Brondell -Coral UC100 - Under Counter Water Filtration System

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WQA Gold Seal-Certified filter system packs powerful filtration in a small footprint!

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Coral UC100 - Under Counter Water Filtration System

WQA Gold Seal-Certified filter system packs powerful filtration in a small footprint!

Powerful One-Stage Filtration

The Coral’s powerful one-stage (UC100) filtration system filters physical, chemical, and biological contaminants in your water while leaving behind beneficial minerals. Minerals like potassium, calcium, and magnesium are essential to the human body. Not only do they make your water taste delicious, keeping them in your water is healthier! However, because these beneficial minerals are dissolved solids, they will register on a TDS meter. A low TDS reading does not mean your water is healthy; these meters cannot detect most harmful water-soluble contaminants. The Coral’s filtration capabilities have been tested and confirmed by an independent organization. Review the individual contaminant list and reduction performance below in our Certificate of Analysis.

  • Feature Highlights
    • Superior filtration performance with certified carbon block filter system
    • Designer chrome faucet with integrated LED filter change indicator (included)
    • High-quality filtration good for smaller households
    • Twist & Seal filters make replacement a breeze
    • Double O-ring filter seal to prevent leaks
    • Six-month filter life (300 gallon capacity)
    • Certified for NSF/ANSI Standards 42, 53, & 372 and CSA B483.1
    • Gold Seal certified by WQA (Water Quality Association) for trusted performance
    • One-year warranty

    Brondell water filtration systems are all tested and certified by the Water Quality Association (WQA). Beware of non-certified manufacturer's filtration claims that have not been tested and approved by an authorized agency for water filtration products.

  • What the Coral Filters
    • Bad Taste & Odor
    • Commercial Contaminents (like MTBE)
    • Heavy Metals (like Lead & Mercury)
    • Herbicides (like Atrazine)
    • Industrial Chemicals (like Benzene)
    • Pesticides (like Methoxychlor)
    • TDS (Total Dissolved Solids)
    • VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)
  • Water Quality Association Certified

    Brondell's UC100 & UC300 Drinking Water Systems have been tested and certified by the WQA (Water Quality Association) to NSF/ANSI standards 42 & 53 for the reduction of chlorine, taste and odor, chloramine, particulate Class I particles, cysts, mercury, lead, MTBE, turbidity, asbestos, and a full list of VOCs. The UC100 and UC300 filter systems have also been tested and certified by WQA according to NSF/ANSI 372 for low lead compliance and CSA B483.1 for Canadian requirements.*

*See our Performance Data Sheet for the full list of contaminates reduced

Chloramines

Everyone knows it’s dangerous to ingest lead. But what do we know about the dangers of ingesting chloramines, a substance increasingly found in drinking water throughout the US?

First of all, what is chloramine? Chloramine is the chemical compound of chlorine and ammonia. (Fun fact: the most common use of ammonia is in Fertilizer)

Public water utilities use chloramine in their facilities as a cheap and convenient disinfectant in order to meet EPA requirements, even though its use may have very dangerous and unintended consequences.

  • What’s so bad about chloramine? Here’s a start
    • It is highly corrosive to metal - if it’s a bad idea for your home’s plumbing, it’s a worse idea for your body’s plumbing!
    • The EPA admits there are few studies on how chloramine affects human health. And if the EPA doesn’t know, you don’t either.
    • Chloramines are more stable than chlorine - and therefore more difficult to remove.
  • Tested and Certified

    The Coral UC100 system is tested and certified by WQA (Water Quality Association) to NSF/ANSI standards 42 & 53 for the reduction of 60 different contaminants including:

    • Lead
    • Chlorine - taste and odor
    • Chloramine
    • Particulate Class 1 Particles
    • Cysts
    • Mercury
    • MTBE
    • Turbidity
    • Asbestos
    • 51 Different Volitile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
*See our Performance Data Sheet for the full list of contaminates reduced


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