ProOne®/Coldstream Countertop

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850024056404
$189.00
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ProOne®/Coldstream Countertop Faucet Water Filter

  • Designed to fit most standard faucets with a removable aerator. Installs in just minutes without any tools.
  • Ideal for great tasting filtered water on demand.
  • Includes our latest ceramic filter technologies such as “scrub through” usage indicator, scrub, and reuse, and built-in pre-sediment outer layer. Helps reduce/remove a broad range of over 220 contaminants including VOC’s, lead, heavy metals, pesticides, SVC’s, bacteria, viruses, cysts, inorganic non-metallics, herbicides, pharmaceuticals, PFOA, PFOS, GenX, and microplastics. Tested to NSF/ANSI-42 & 53, P231, and P474 standards. See Independent Lab Report for details.

Convenience, value, and performance you can trust. We offer a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee and a one-year limited warranty.

ProOne®/Coldstream Water Filter Features:

  • Single-stage design
  • Premium quality BPA Free ABS plastic housing and fittings
  • Full 3/8″ polyethylene tubing
  • Includes new ProOne®/Coldstream “all-in-one” water filter element
  • Includes wrench
  • Optional adapter available for other round aerator faucet types
  • No electricity required
  • Easy to replace filter element
  • Includes diverter valve allowing you to switch between filtered and direct faucet water
  • Overall size is 4 1/2″ x 13″
  • Replacement Filter: POC-737-RF

Note: Not intended for use with pull-down type faucets

ProOne® Countertop Faucet System Specifications:

  • Type of installation: Countertop
  • Maximum Working Pressure: 100psi
  • Minimum Working Pressure: 20psi
  • Maximum Working Temperature: 38° C (100° F)
  • Minimum Working Temperature: 5° C (41° F)
  • Recommended Flow Rate: 0.2 – 1.0 GPM
  • Contaminant Reduction: Refer to Lab Report
  • Filter Life Expectancy: Up to 2600 gallons*
  • Replacement filter: POC-737-RF

*Subject to your specific water chemistry

Coldstream Filter Lab Report

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