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Aquaversa MP750SB Carbon Block Under-Sink Water Filter - Includes Faucet

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  • # NSF/ANSI certified to standard 42 and 53 and certified by the state of California.
  • Easy to install and convenient to use
  • Filters your water for approximately (1 Year) 750 gallons
  • Enjoy healthier, better tasting water at a fraction of the cost of bottled water
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Technical Details
Part Number MP750SB
Item Weight8.9 pounds
Product Dimensions16.5 x 11.5 x 8.1 inches
Item model numberMP750SB
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0017I95SW
Best Sellers Rank #27,193 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMarch 19, 2008
  
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Product Description

Enjoy cleaner more delicious water with the Stainless Steel MP750SB Under Sink Water Filter. It is tested and certified to reduce a wide range of contaminants of health concern. This undersink water filter is mounted on the cabinet wall with a bracket. The system uses its own chrome designer faucet which is installed directly on your sink, requiring little space. It may be connected to an icemaker using an icemaker tee, and it may be converted to a countertop unit with the purchase of a conversion kit. water filters use a solid carbon block filter that is considered to be the most effective way to reduce a wide rang of contaminants that may be present in your water. The carbon is compacted into a dens structure so every molecule of water is forced through microscopic pores of carbon. The Stainless Steel under sink water filter will filter your water for approximately (1 Year) 750 gallons it is recommended that you replace the cartridge when the following occurs: 1 annually, 2 the units rated capacity is reached, 3 when the water flow slows down or the filter becomes saturated with bad tastes and odors. Benefits of the Stainless Steel Under Sink Water Filter: Easy to install and convenient to use, and provides great tasting healthier drinking water whenever you need it. Your coffee, juices, tea and any other drinks you might use with your water will taste better. Highest quality water for cooking you will enjoy better pasta, sauces and soups. You will have better quality water for mixing baby formula and cereal. The Under Sink Water Filter is backed by a 90 day guarantee and a lifetime warranty. Enjoy healthier, better tasting water at a fraction of the cost of bottled water. NSF/ANSI certified to standard 42 and 53 and certified by the state of California.

Customer Reviews

Great water quality and easy to install.
Harry
The stainless steel body also looks much cleaner, but being under the sink, that's minor.
topchem
Consumer Reports also ranked this unit well.
Nate

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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Ron on December 8, 2012
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I bought the unit installed under the sink with a dispenser valve mounted on the sink - MP750SB.

First the good news. The stainless steel canister and filter element seem top notch and designed to last "forever." The sink mounted valve and nozzle also look pretty well built, if just a bit more floppy then I like (see the updated story on this valve below).

Now the bad news. The hardware and plumbing fittings were defective. First the brass and plastic wing nut that screws onto the threaded brass tube that holds the sink mounted faucet in place was not completely threaded. So, when I went to assemble it, laying very uncomfortably on my back under the sink, it went half on and then locked up! When I tried to remove it, the threaded tube in the faucet assembly then unscrewed! After some struggling I finally got the things apart. Then I re-threaded the brass insert in the plastic wing nut (using a tap size most folks do not have in their home tool kit) and was finally able to mount the valve onto the sink. What should have taken 5 minutes after the hole was drilled, took an hour or so.

More bad news followed. The tubing connectors that screw into the top of the filter were also defective, but not so you would notice at first. The Teflon tape covered up a molded-in step in the threads (part line because of misaligned mold in manufacturing), leaving a small slot across all the threads. That meant one of the fittings leaked when pressure was applied. No amount of tightening would stop the leak. So, stop the installation for the evening, and go out and buy new fittings the next day. (Home Depot: Watts Quick-Connect PL-3004 Adapter 1/4" OD x 1/8" MIP or 8 mm x 3 mm) or (Grainger part number 4HN10 or John Guest part number PI010821S 1/4" x 1/8 nptf).
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61 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Becca on May 25, 2011
After intensive research, I bought this under the sink water filter to reduce herbicides, and industrial solvents from getting into my body through our water.

However, several agricultural states including State of California
State of Iowa, State of Wisconsin, and State of Massachusetts have certified this water filter to do what the Multi-Pure says it will do --reduce a amount of specific herbicides, industrial chemicals and volatile organic compounds, and certain metals in our tapped water whether it comes from a municipal water treatment system or a private well. It doesn't mean that all the contaminants that the filter will reduce are in our water, but if we have them in our water, they will be reduced up to 99% or whatever Multi-Pure says they will be reduced. Some water filter companies are not as truthful about their products, so I wanted one certified by NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) to do what it says it will do. I contacted NSF and contacted Multi-Pure until satisfaction on my part was achieved. Then, I made the purchase.

The water is delicious, and recommendations of others have born true as long as the filters are changed regularly once a year or after 750 gallons.

No water filter, contrary to the propaganda in the marketplace, will remove all contaminants, there are not regulations or standards on all contaminants, but Multi-Pure does a good job reducing those it claims.

I wish we could reduce the risk of cancer and other health damage from herbicide drinking agriculture, since our government is protecting the agrochem industry rather than public health.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dejure on January 6, 2012
After living on a Western Washington farm with a 300' deep well, then the outer reaches of Pacific Northwest coast, with a five home, community well, I and my family were accustomed to the taste of pure, untreated water. Visitors often commented they liked the water, even after we began to take it for granted.

After moving to Tumwater and Olympia, Washington, with their chemically treated water, we missed our well water and began searching for a means of plentiful, quality water.

Initially, I purchased simple filters that screwed onto the tap. They helped, but just didn't quite produce the quality we were looking for. Too, they were clumsy to use. We progressed to little more expensive counter-top units. Again, an improvement, but not the end solution.

I began more serious searches and, after hours of on-line research, I selected the MULTI-PURE under-counter water filter. It required a hole in the sink to install the on-demand faucet. Initially, I drilled one, but since have used the spray nozzle hole in rentals. From day we installed it, it was a hit. Now, regardless of where I live, the filter system goes with us.

It costs about sixty a year, but that seems little for water I know is 99% pure and that is far and away more convenient than bottled water.
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I purchased this filter after doing a lot of research and I’m very happy with the overall quality of the unit. As a Quality Engineer I’m impressed with the construction of the filter housing and I also appreciate how easy it is to replace the filter cartridges. I would rate this a 5 except for the faucet that comes with it. Ours failed in less than 2 years and couldn’t be repaired so I was forced to replace it. I found out that the replacement part number advanced from MC650 to MC651 so I contacted Multipure to find out what changed. They said it’s the same construction, but now has no hexavalent chrome due to new regulations. (hexavalent chrome does not refer to the finish, you can still get a chrome MC651 faucet) I wasn’t about to purchase the same faucet so I surfed the internet and found a chrome FCT-905-CH Tomlinson 905 non-air gap, listed for $39.00 ($44.95 with S&H) at Freshwatersystems.com and bought it. First impressions are this is a much better facet than the MC651. It has a replaceable ceramic cartridge, the chrome finish is far superior to the Multipure, and it looks nicer. If I was purchasing the Multipure water filter today, I would try to buy it without the faucet and order the Tomlinson separately.
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