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The eSpring Water Purifier is certified by NSF International (NSF/ANSI Standards 42, 53, 55B and 401) and has earned the Gold Seal from the Water Quality Association.
- Improves taste, odor, and clarity.
- NEW! Testing shows eSpring® effectively reduces pharmaceuticals Atenolol and Ethinyl Estradiol (17-alpha ethynyl estradiol), which could potentially be in your drinking water.
- The filter cartridge is designed to serve the average cooking and drinking water needs for a family of six for one year or 5,000 gallons, whichever comes first.*
- Cost-effective: The cost per litre in the second year is 0.05 cents.
- Patented monitoring system lets you know the carbon filter and UV bulb are working and when it's time for the annual cartridge change.*
- Changing the cartridge is simple and requires no special tools.
- The UV bulb inside the cartridge switches on only when you turn on the tap, so water flows cold, not warmed by the UV light.
- Comes with a three-year warranty.
- 100% Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed – get a refund within 120 days of your purchase if you're not completely and utterly satisfied.**
*Actual filter life depends on usage and water quality.
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AdvisoriesNote: The UV lamp in the filter cartridge contains mercury. Please dispose of according to local, state/provincial, or federal laws.
Housing height: 12-3/4 in. Diameter: 6-3/4 in.
Materials: All materials meet U.S. FDA requirements for use in transmitting fluids for human consumption. Constructed of durable, high-impact plastic.
or use with potable water supplies.
Maximum pressure: 125 psi.
Minimum pressure: 15 psi.
Maximum water temperature: 86 degrees F (30 degrees C).
Electrical requirements: 120v, 1.8A/50-60 Hz.
|Improves||Chlorine taste, odor, clarity|
|Delivers||Up to .9 GPM of purified water|
|Monitors||5,000-litre capacity system|
*Actual filter capacity depends on usage and water quality.
Frequently Asked QuestionsCan I connect my Below Counter eSpring® UV Water Purifier (10-0189) to my refrigerator’s ice maker?
Yes. You’ll need to purchase the Single Line Faucet / Ice Maker Conversion Kit (10-1398). This kit includes a pressure regulator and all the fittings you’ll need to connect your eSpring® UV Water Purifier to your refrigerator’s ice maker, except for pressurized 1/4 inch (6 mm) OD tubing, available from almost any local plumbing supply or hardware store. Be sure to use tubing that is certified for use in drinking water applications and follow the instructions in the Owner’s Manual.
Can I still continue to use the unit without changing the filter when I’m supposed to?
It is not recommended. The filter life is determined based on performance testing. Failure to maintain the unit as recommended may impair the performance.
Can water damage the UV bulb?
No, the UV bulb is completely sealed in a quartz sleeve within the carbon block and is not directly in contact with the water. It uses a wireless (inductive coupled) connection to power the lamp, much like the recharging unit for an electric toothbrush. An added feature users will appreciate: The light comes on only when water is flowing through the unit, so the treated water is not warmed by the light.
Can ultraviolet light make the water radioactive?
No. While the water in the eSpring® UV Water Purifier is exposed to ultraviolet light, ultraviolet light is not radioactive. Therefore, it is impossible for the water to become radioactive.
Does the eSpring® unit change the taste of water?
The taste of water depends on what’s in the water. The eSpring® UV Water Purifier will effectively reduce many impurities, like chlorine, that affect taste and odor, and will improve the clarity of water.
Where is the eSpring® unit installed?
It is installed under the sink and connected to a dedicated faucet.
I’m not mechanically inclined, so I’m not sure I could install the unit myself. How difficult is installation?
The Below Counter model has a dedicated faucet that you can insert into any available opening in your sink, such as an opening for a soap dispenser. Installation may require a plumber as you need a connection to your cold water pipe under the sink. It also requires an outlet with continuous power.
How will I know when it’s time to change the filter?
You’ll know just by looking at the LED display on the unit. It shows you at a glance the filter’s remaining life on an indicator that resembles a gas gauge on a car. When it’s time to change, the unit beeps and the display flashes “replace cartridge.”
Is it hard to change?
No. The patented, easily replaceable eSpring® replacement cartridge screws in like a lightbulb and lasts for up to 5,000 litres or one year, whichever comes first.* And the eSpring® unit monitor automatically resets itself when the filter is replaced. It’s simple.
*Actual filter life depends on usage and water quality.
I have the Ice Maker Hookup Kit attached to my Below Counter eSpring® unit. How do I flush my new filter after a change with this setup?
You will first need to disconnect the line from the refrigerator at the tee. Then, flush your cartridge into a bucket, as outlined in the instruction manual, before reconnecting.
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Does the eSpring® UV Water Purifier reduce pharmaceutical by-products?
The eSpring® UV Water Purifier has been third-party verified to reduce two pharmaceuticals that may be present in drinking water supplies. These pharmaceuticals are:
- Ethinyl Estradiol (17-alpha ethynyl estradiol) or EE2.