If you like shopping at Sears and you are interested in filtration, then you should browse their selection of Sears reverse osmosis water systems.
They offer a wide variety of under sink water filters for residential and commercial purposes.
These filters will provide a complete filtration and reduce a high percentage of contaminants from your water.
The price of the systems will range from $169 for a simple home system to $6,000 for a commercial setup.
This system has three filters: pre filter, r.o. membrane and a post filter.
For only $170, the Kenmore Under sink Filter can reduce lead, chlorine, nitrate, cysts, sodium and other contaminants in tap water. Anyone can change the filter cartridges and no tool is required.
The storage tank holds 4 gallons, this is one gallon more than the norm.
Filters last a little under 1,000 gallons before the change, so you just need to change your cartridges every year or so.
Most under counter r.o. systems have 3-5 stages but the Pelican has 6 stages. There are four pre filter stages, the membrane and then a post filter.
This 50 gallons per day system has a 3-gallon storage tank.
The unique design allows for all the systems to be packed together, thus saving space under your counter.
Reduces chlorine, bad taste, odor, lead, pesticides, nitrates, cysts, sodium, and arsenic.
A Sears reverse osmosis system also removes ammonia from the water. A high level of ammonia in your water can kill fish in your aquarium and also affect plant life.
Changing your filter is made easy by a simple twist and pull filter design. No tools required to replace the cartridge.
To install the filter you first have to remove the old filter by turning anti-clockwise then slightly pull out the filter. To install, push in the filter then twist it clockwise.
Three (3) filter mediums: pre filter, filter membrane, and post filter. Sears reverse osmosis water filter comes with two standard filters that should be changed every 3 months and the reverse osmosis filter that lasts 1 to 2 years depending on how much water you use.
Electronic filter changing notification that lets you know the lifespan of your filter cartridge. Whenever you push the knob on your faucet, the filter will show green, yellow or red. Green means the filter is ok and has a lot of life left. Yellow means that you will soon need to change the filter and red means that the filter is not good and should be changed immediately.
Sears Reverse Osmosis Water Systems are NSF certified for the removal of chlorine among other contaminants. NSF is the ultimate certification and this proves that Sears is not just making a claim about filtration because their reverse osmosis systems have been tested and approved.
Sears reverse osmosis water systems are some of the most affordable water filter systems on the market.
They reduce a lot of harmful contaminants and provide complete filtration process with the addition of a pre and a post filter.