Bosch replacement water filter BT-644548, AP3962558, REPLFLTR10, 9000077095, KWF1000, RF280013 100% recyclable, and made in U.S.A. and Canada SGF-BO90
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- Industry certified to meet NSF/ANSI 42 & 53 standard, Swift Green Filters reduces Volatile organic compounds (VOC), Chlorine Taste & Odor (CTO), pesticides, waterborne parasites, lead, Cyst mercury, asbestos and other contaminants
- Made in the U.S.A using ONLY certified NSF/ANSI lab tested raw material for its quality & performance. “100% Guarantee for Highest Performance in its class and Capacity in the Industry”. Buy with confidence. Our Raw Material are BPA, Lead, Arsenic free
- Our mission is to Save Health !! Great alternative to expensive refrigerator branded filters. Does not remove minerals which may be beneficial to health
- 100% satisfaction guarantee; Outstanding quality; Easy filter replacement; DIY, no tools required to replace this water filter. Replace every 3- 6 months for best performance.
- Eco friendly filter uses coconut shell carbon (Renewable Resource), the earth’s most powerful natural filter while keeping plastic water bottles out of our landfills water
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We aim to provide you with the cleanest and healthiest water filtration for your home and business by making sure the materials we use in our products are environmentally conscious while being cost effective.
We are the green alternative to the conventional filter. Our activated carbon is produced using a new technology that carbonizes dried coconut shells in an enclosed self-sustaining system. This process captures and converts the emissions into useful thermal energy. We offer a variety of filters that are compatible with all leading brand refrigerators. Coconuts are a renewable and sustainable source of charcoal. Grown in over 80 countries, coconuts have a total production of 61 million tons per year. All those husks are being tossed or burned as waste! We take those husks and use them to create the charcoal for our carbon filters. Coconut carbon is superior to other sources of activated carbon. It has 50% more micro-pores for capturing contaminants.
For more information please visit the Swift Green Website website.
Swift Green Filters SGF-BO90 Refrigerator Water Filter made in USA and Canada
REPLACEMENT FOR: Bosch: BT-644548, AP3962558, 9000194412, 9000077104, 9000077096, REPLFLTR10, 9000077095, 1014430109, 9000194412, 9000101443, 9000077104, 9000077096, 9000077095, REPFLTR10, BT-644845, 644845, 1017320109, KWF1000, RF280013
• Reduces chlorine taste
• Reduces sediment, dirt and rust
• Reduces lead, mercury, cysts and turbidity up to 99%
• Filter Capacity VOC: 300 gallons
• Filter Capacity CTO: 2000 gallons
• Change Frequency: 6 months
• Flow Rate: 0.5 gpm
• Operating Pressure: 20-100 psi
• Temperature Rating: 33-100° F
• Filter Applications: Sediment, dirt and rust, chlorine taste and odor, lead, cysts, turbidity, asbestos, atrazine, mercury
• Filter Media: Coconut Shell Carbon Block
• Certification: WQA Gold Seal, meets NSF Standard 42
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I've had products I could have reviewed as a '6' (if allowed.) I've now seen the other end of the spectrum. I've definitely used the reviews of others. I find that my lack of objective comments in the past may have provided other potential purchasers with useful comments (he typed vainly.) Lesson learned.
So basically I'm out the money paying to return the item and the cost they are deducting the shipping cost from the amount I paid. Don;t waste your time. Buy the manufacturer's filter and forget about wasting your money on this one.
Bought for my parents at a fraction of the price of the Bosch filters and it works fine easily removing chlorine taste from water. What's not to like about working the same at a fraction of the price?