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Tier1 RO-QC-450-CBRF 4-Stage Carbon Block Quick Change Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Replacement

Price $26.99 List Price Price $38.99 Save 30%
Availability: In Stock
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  • Replace every 6 months or 2,000 gallons
  • Provides high-quality drinking water
  • Reduces chlorine taste and odor
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The RO-QC-450-CBRF 4-Stage Carbon Block Quick Change Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Replacement by Tier1 is recommended that you replace the filter every 6 months or 2,000 gallons for a high-quality drinking water at a great cost. This product is a replacement filter for QCRO and QCUF systems. Designed to reduces chlorine taste and odor that may be found in your drinking water. Order the RO-QC-450-CBRF today for fast shipping!
Package Qty1
Used In BrandsTier1
Manufacturer's IdROQC4-CBRF
MediaCarbon Block
Filter Life (gallons)2,000
Filter Life (liters)7,570.80
Filter Life (months)6 months
Micron Rating (Nominal)5
Operating Pressure (psi)30 - 100
Operating Temperature (°F)40 - 100
Operating Temperature (°C)4.4 - 37.8
Flow Rate (gpm)0.5
Flow Rate (lpm)1.8927
Flow Rate (gpd)50
Country of ManufactureUnited States

Reduced Contaminants

The TIER1-ROQC4-CBRF reduces the following contaminants:

  • Chlorine Taste & Odor

The TIER1-ROQC4-CBRF fits the following model numbers



  1. Life old cartridge toward you
  2. Rotate old cartridge counterclockwise 1/4 turn and pull it out
  3. Insert new cartridge into the filter head and rotate clockwise 1/4 turn
  4. Return cartridge to vertical position
  5. Check for leaks. If leads occur, repeat steps 1-4. If leakage persists discontinue use and call technical support
  6. Flush filter for 5 minutes before use
  7. Empty tank prior to first use