|商品尺寸||33.02 x 10.16 x 10.16 cm; 1.22 公斤|
Culligan 康丽根 RC 4 EZ-Change 高级滤水更换滤芯，白色，500加仑（约1892.71升）
- RC-EZ-4优质过滤替换滤芯可用作Culligan US-EZ-1，US-EZ-3和US-EZ-4的替代滤芯
- RC-EZ-4滤芯经美国国家卫生基金会NSF / NSF / ANSI标准42测试和认证，以减少氯味和气味，氯胺和Nominal颗粒Class 1的美学要求。标准53用于减少胞囊，汞，铅 ，VOC，MTBE和浊度
Premium EZ替换滤芯为饮用和烹饪提供干净，美味的饮用水。 RC-EZ-4基本过滤筒与Culligan US-EZ-1,3和4系统兼容，可以持续6个月过滤500加仑。 避免更换传统墨盒的麻烦，并消除了桶，毛巾，扳手和其他工具的需要。 包括管材和安装硬件。
Culligan RC-EZ-1 EZ-Change Replacement Cartridges
Culligan A Market Leader
For over 80 years Culligan has been providing water filtration solutions around the world. Using industry-leading technology and complying with the strict NSF water filtration standards Culligan produces quality products that can be trusted.
Culligan Premium Replacement Filter RC-EZ-4 for all EZ Change Water Filter Systems
Premium EZ Change water filter provides clear, clean, great-tasting water and ice for drinking and cooking for your refrigerator icemaker and water system. This filter will fit into all Culligan EZ change water filter systems regardless of which model that was originally installed, including inline icemaker, RV and under-sink models.
Culligan goes the extra mile by filtering your drinking water keeping your hair and skin healthier.
Features & Benefits
Twist-on, twist-off filter mechanism is easy to change out when the filter needs to be replaced. The quick connect fittings make installation easy; no need to hire a professional plumber.
Have clean, pure drinking water for your entire family. Culligan refrigerator and icemaker water filters are less expensive and less hassle than bottled water. Enjoy more flavorful coffee and drinks.
Independently Certified by the NSF
The RC-EZ-4 is tested and certified by NSF International to NSF/ANSI Standard 42 for the aesthetic reduction of Chlorine Taste and Odor, Chloramines and Nominal Particulate Class 1. Standard 53 for the reduction of Cysts, Lead, Mercury, VOC, MTBE and Turbidity.
Why Use A Water Filter System
From bad taste, chlorine and even lead, tap water is not always safe. Filtering your water removes contaminates and provides clean, better tasting water. Using a drinking water system is a more effective way to provide cleaner, better tasting water for your household.
For higher filtration level needs, you can easily upgrade the cartridge in all Culligan EZ Change under the sink filter systems. The RC-EZ-1, RC-EZ-3 and RC-EZ-4 are all interchangeable allowing you to find the filter that best fits your water filtration needs.
What You Get
The RC-EZ-4 includes:
- Basic Replacement Filter for Culligan EZ Change water filter systems: IC-EZ, RV-EZ and US-EZ.
|Basic Replacement Filter Fits all EZ Change Systems||Advanced Replacement Filter Fits all EZ Change Systems||Premium Replacement Filter Fits all EZ Change Systems||Culligan EZ Change Advanced RV Drinking Water Filtration System||Culligan EZ Change Basic Under Sink Water Filteration System||Culligan EZ Change Advanced Icemaker and Refrigeration Filtration System|
|Removes bad taste and odor||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Removes aesthetic chlorine taste & oder||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Removes chloramine taste & odor||✓||✓|
|Removes lead and cysts||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Removes MTBE, VOCs and Mercury||✓||✓|
|Flow Rate||0.5 GPM||0.5 GPM||0.5 GPM||0.5 GPM||0.5 GPM||0.5 GPM|
|Filter life depending on usage||12 months, 3,000 Gal.||6 months, 500 Gal.||6 months, 500 Gal.||6 months, 500 Gal.||12 months, 3,000 Gal.||6 months, 500 Gal.|
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Looking on Amazon I found a number of filters of varying prices and ultimately I decided to take a chance on this Culligan unit because the price was decent, the name is well known to me, and it had pretty good reviews. So far in the month or so that I've had it installed I'm quite satisfied with it. The water comes out at a very decent pressure, far better than my old on the faucet based filter.
The kit comes with a plastic bracket that fits to the wall, some plastic tubing, a little adapter to put in-line with your cold water feed, some screws, the filter cartridge and the faucet.
The faucet is not a super high quality item. It's mostly plastic, but it feels pretty solid for my needs. It actually comes in several pieces that you put together during the installation.
I started my installation by drilling a hole in the sink. Make sure you have a sharp drill bit of the right size. The size they ask for is 5/8" which is one size larger than you'll find in most off the shelf drill bit sets. I thankfully had a 3/4" bit laying around from a different project, but my bit was fairly dull after that previous project so drilling was a bit of a challenge for me. I compared my 1/2" bits to the threaded stem on the base of the faucet and decided it just was not worth the risk of making too small a hole. The threads on the stem are all plastic and could be easily damaged by jamming the works into a hole that wasn't big enough. So do yourself a favor and get the right size drill bit before you start.
After I had the hole drilled I unscrewed the wing nut from the base of the faucet and removed the metal plate. This left a plastic gasket on the base of the faucet that came off and I had to put back in place. After looking at the pictures I finally realized that the handle is supposed to go on the side of the faucet so I set the faucet in the hole and then reached under the sink to put the metal plate on and thread on the nut. Be careful not to over-tighten this as you could easily strip those plastic threads. Once it was snugly on the base felt pretty solid. I then took the neck of the faucet and attached it to the base and it looked pretty sharp, with no sign of the mangled hole I had drilled to put this in place.
Next I shut off the cold water and proceeded to disconnect the feed line from the cold water connection on my faucet. I applied a little nylon plumbers tape to the connection and screwed on the plastic connector that came with the kit. A little more plumbers tape on the bottom and I reconnected the cold water feed line.
After that I took the plastic bracket and using a sharpie clearly market the in and out sides so I wouldn't get confused later and hung it on the back wall with the included screws.
Once all the major pieces were in place I took the plastic hose line, this is the same diameter as the kit that feeds my ice maker on my fridge, and carefully measured and cut two sections. On the base of the faucet you'll have a little plug that goes into the tube and a collar that goes over the hose. This threads onto the base of the faucet and once snugged down creates a good connection. The other end you simply wet and insert into a friction lock on the plastic bracket. The other line is even easier as it uses the same friction locks on both the hose line adapter and the plastic bracket.
Finally I took out ye olde sharpie and wrote the date on the filter to remind me when I had installed it and connected it to the bracket by twisting it into place. Once it was snugly connected on went the water and after a quick check for leaks I turned on the faucet and a jet of water came streaming out. The instructions say you have to let it run for about ten minutes or so to let it flush out material from the filter. After the directed time I filled up a cup of water and tasted the sweet tasteless taste of success.
The best part is that there is absolutely no impact to the water flow on my regular faucet and the new faucet provides water at pretty much full pressure. I'm sure this will go down over time but it is much better than my old filter.
Looking at this solution I can see where if I ever so desired to step up to the two or three cartridge solution I could easily swap out the bracket by simply removing the plastic hoses from the friction locks. So if you are questioning whether you need the single cartridge or three cartridge solution know that you should be able to easily upgrade.