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MR-1011 Countertop Water Filter Reduces Chlorine, Industrial Chemicals & Sediments

SKU: MR-1011
Sale Price $60.99
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● Effectively removes up to 99% of chlorine and reduces chloramine, pesticides, benzene, radon, VOCs, sediments and other impurities commonly found in tap water.
● Improves the taste of the water, making it more refreshing and enjoyable to drink.
● No need to drill holes or hire a plumber. Simple twist-on installation. Fits most standard faucets with a 55/64" thread. Comes with four additional faucet adapters. If none of the adapters fit your faucet, APEX EXPRT technical support will try to diagnose and provide additional adapters to complete your installation.
● Compact and portable, making it perfect for travel, small kitchens, apartments, homes, dorms, RVs and anywhere a faucet is available..
● Designed, manufactured, and assembled in the USA with high-quality parts and components that comply with NSF/ANSI standards, ensuring that you're getting the best quality water filtration system possible.
● Long-lasting and cost-effective, with a filter lifespan of up to 4-6 months. (This may vary based on the quality of the feed water)

NOTE: This system does NOT lower TDS or PPM readings. If TDS or PPM removal is desired, a reverse osmosis filter system is required.

The MR-1011 countertop water filter removes up to 99% of chlorine, pesticides, benzene, radon, VOCs, sediments, and other impurities that can impact your health and the taste of your water. With its do-it-yourself installation, you don't need special tools or a plumber to set it up. Our countertop water filter is perfect for renters who want clean water without making permanent modifications to their space. Experience the convenience and benefits of the MR-1011 countertop water filter.

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How does a countertop water filter system work?

A countertop water filter system uses various filtration methods, such as granular activated carbon, KDF-55 and ceramic, to remove impurities from tap water. The water passes through the filtration media, which captures contaminants like chlorine, heavy metals, pesticides, and bacteria, providing you with cleaner and healthier drinking water.

What contaminants can a countertop water filter system remove?

Countertop water filter systems can effectively remove common contaminants found in tap water, including chlorine, sediment, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), lead, mercury, cysts, and other harmful substances. The specific contaminants removed depend on the type of filtration technology used in the system.

How often should I replace the filters in a countertop water filter system?

The replacement frequency of filters varies depending on the quality of the feed water and the usage. Generally, carbon filters should be replaced every 3 to 6 months. It's essential to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for filter replacement to maintain optimal filtration performance.

Can a countertop water filter system remove fluoride?

The countertop systems cannot remove fluoride. To reduce fluoride, you will need a reverse osmosis system. Also our 3 stage under the counter system(MR-2033) is capable of reducing fluoride up to 90%. Our 3 stage whole house system(MR-3030) can also reduce fluoride for the entire home.

How do I install a countertop water filter system?

Installing a countertop water filter system is typically straightforward and does not require professional plumbing. Most systems connect directly to your existing faucet using a diverter valve or an adapter. You will usually need to follow the provided instructions. We also have a YouTube tutorial.

Are countertop water filter systems cost-effective?

Countertop water filter systems are generally considered cost-effective compared to other types of filtration systems. They are often more affordable upfront than under-sink or whole-house systems. However, it's important to consider the long-term costs associated with filter replacements. It's recommended to compare the initial purchase price, filter replacement costs, and expected lifespan of the system to determine the overall cost-effectiveness for your specific needs.

How much alkaline is added to the water from the RF-1050 cartridge?

4 ppm of calcium, magnesium and potassium with an average of 21.8 mg/l

Can the RF-1015 (fluoride reduction cartridge) be used with a single stage countertop?

No, you cannot. The activated alumina makes the water cloudy, so you need to have a carbon block after the RF-1015 to remove the cloudiness. The RF-1015 can only be used with a dual countertop.

Why are there small black particles in my water?

The small black particles are loose carbon particles. Sometimes particles of carbon can get into the water. To fix the issue, simply leave the system running for about 10-15 minutes. This will thoroughly flush the system and get rid of the loose carbon.