Omnipure K2333-KK Video Transcript

Hey everyone, Aquaman here with FilterDoctor.com. Today we’re looking at the Omnipure K2333-KK. This is a basic inline filter. They call it an inline filter because it literally goes in the water line, one water line in this end and one water line out this end to whatever you’re using it on. This is a granular activated carbon version. These are extremely versatile filters. You could use this as a stand-alone filter, one water line in, one water line out up to a drinking water faucet. That’s it. When the filter goes bad, remove it and throw the whole thing away and stick a whole new one in its’ place. It could be used as an external refrigerator filter, that water line feeding into your ice maker; one water line in, one water line out to the fridge. And they are very commonly used as the last filter, a polishing filter, on reverse osmosis systems just before the water gets to the drinking water faucet. This one comes equipped with integrated 3/8 inch female quick connect fittings. But before you can get to the quick connect fittings, you need to remove these yellow dust caps. These are just placed there after the manufacturing process to protect the carbon inside from contaminants while it’s being shipped and stored in a warehouse. You simple pop those out, and then as is common with all quick connect fittings, you literally stab a water line in and it sort of magically holds itself in place. They’re really versatile. This one is NSF Standard 42 certified for chlorine taste and odor reduction, and has an approximate filter life of 1,000 gallons, but that can depend some on your unique circumstances. If you have a lot of contaminant, a lot of sediment, you may need to change it more frequently than that. Again, this is the Omnipure K2333-KK, and I’m your host Aquaman with FilterDoctor.com. Thanks for watching. 

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