OmniFilter CBF3 Undersink Filter System (Series C)
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Note: The CBF3 Series B is now the Series C. The old CBF3 units used 1/4" tubing, and these lines will fit the new CBF3 Series C connections. This unit uses integrated quick connect fittings for 1/4" plastic water tube.
The OmniFilter CBF3 Undersink Water Filter System (Series C) reduces rust and sediment, Abstestos, Chlorine, Chloramine, Lead, Cysts, Mercury, MTBE and VOC's from your drinking water. The OmniFilter CBF3 Undersink Water Filter System comes comlpete with all necessary hardware, filter housings, long reach lead free faucet that fills pitchers easily and filter cartridge (CB3 carbon block filter). The CBF3 an easy installation system that provides great tasting, clean water for beverages and cooking and allows for easy filter changes.
The OmniFilter CBF3 Undersink Water Filter System is easy to install and is backed by a 5 year warranty. The CBF3 Series B and C uses the OW30 filter wrench, whereas the older CBF3 Series A uses the OW1 wrench.
The OmniFilter CBF3 Undersink Water Filter System a CB3 filter is rated for
- Micron Rating - 0.5
- Flow Rate - 0.5 Gallons per minute
- Filter Life - 550 Gallons or 3-6 months
- Connections: 1/4" Quick Connect
The OmniFilter CBF3 Undersink Water Filter System a CB3 filter reduces
- 97.50% of Chlorine
- 98.60% of Lead
- 99.99% of Cysts
- 99.60% of Volitale Organic Chemicals (VOCs)
- 99.99% of Asbestos
- Chloramine Taste and Odor
- 84.4% of Mercury
This product was known previously as model number CBF3-R-02 and is now known by model number CBF3-S-05.
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CBF3 Undersink Filter
Tony - New Jersey
Installed this filter system today. Was using the old U600 system and didn't need the extra rust and sediment filter in the U600, plus the newer CB3 cartridges will not fit the U600.
Just a few cons to the CBF3. It should also be sold without the cheap faucet that is enclosed in the box. Would probably make the unit a little cheaper. The filter housing should be sold as a stand alone unit and if you wanted the faucet you could buy it separately. The other con is that they should NOT use quick-connect fitting to attach the supply lines. When I first connected the water supply to the filter housing I had a leak. Once the plastic tubing is inserted in the housing it is a bear getting back out. I did get the plastic tubing out and re-inserted it again. This time no leaks. Not sure how long this type of connection will be leak-free. I like the connection type used on the old U600 which was a screw in type of connection. After I was all done, the water was delicious as always using the CB3 filter cartridge.