3 Stage Under the Sink System 10 Stage Filter, Lead & Heavy Metal Remover(MR-2031)

SKU: MR-2031
Sale Price $144.95 Listed Price $188.44
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  • Provides advanced water filtration by removing heavy metals, sediment, chlorine, and other harmful contaminants.
  • The heavy metal reduction cartridge reduces lead, iron, mercury, manganese and other heavy metals, providing you with the peace of mind that your water isclean, safe and healthy.
  • Removes foul taste and odors, sediments, chlorine, chloramine, pesticides, benzene, radon, VOCs, and other harmful chemicals.
  • Designed, manufactured, and assembled in the USA with high-quality parts and components that comply with NSF/ANSI standards, ensuring that you receive areliable and long-lasting product.
  • Easy to install and comes with all the necessary components and instructions, making it a hassle-free process.
  • Provides cost-effective water filtration. Save money on bottled water and reduce your carbon footprint by reducing plastic waste.
  • Lead-free, sleek designer faucet included.


This advanced 3-stage under-the-sink system features a sediment filter, carbon block, and a heavy metal reduction cartridge, all working together to provide you with the cleanest, safest water possible. Our system is designed to remove harmful contaminants like heavy metals, chlorine, sediments, and more. Plus, with easy installation and low maintenance, this system is both convenient and cost-effective. Trust us to deliver the best in-home water filtration and experience the peace of mind that comes with knowing you're drinking the safest water possible.

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What is an under the sink water filter system?

An under the sink water filter system is a filtration system that is installed directly beneath the kitchen sink to purify the water used for drinking and cooking. It consists of a filter cartridge or multiple stages of filters that remove impurities, such as sediment, chlorine, bacteria, and other contaminants, providing clean and safe drinking water.

How does an under the sink water filter system work?

Under the sink water filter systems typically use a combination of filtration technologies to purify the water. These may include activated carbon filters, sediment filters or other specialized filters. The water flows through the filters, which trap and remove impurities, ensuring that the water coming out of the faucet is clean and safe to consume.

What are the benefits of installing an under the sink water filter system?

Installing an under the sink water filter system offers several advantages. It provides access to clean and great-tasting drinking water at any time, eliminating the need to rely on bottled water. It removes various contaminants, including chlorine, heavy metals, pesticides, and volatile organic compounds, improving the taste and odor of the water. Additionally, it can be a cost-effective and eco-friendly solution compared to buying bottled water.

How often do I need to replace the filters in an under the sink water filter system?

The frequency of filter replacement depends on the specific model and the quality of your water. Generally, filter cartridges need to be replaced every 4 to 6 months. However, some filters may have a shorter lifespan, especially if your water is heavily contaminated. It is recommended to follow the manufacturer's guidelines for filter replacement to ensure optimal performance.

Can I install an under the sink water filter system myself?

The installation of an under the sink water filter system can vary depending on the specific model and your plumbing setup. While some systems are designed for DIY installation and come with detailed instructions, others may require professional assistance. If you are not confident in your plumbing skills, it is recommended to hire a professional plumber to ensure proper installation and avoid any potential issues.

Do under the sink water filter systems waste a lot of water?

The under the sink systems do not produce waste water