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Drinking Water Contaminant Glossary
Alachlor, Asbestos, Atrazine, Bacteria, Benzene, Carbofuran, Chlorobenzene, Chlorine, Class, Cysts, Dichlorobenzene, Endrin, Ethylbenzene, Fluoride, Hardness, Lead, Lindane, Mercury, Micron, MTBE, Particulates, pH, Nitrates / Nitrites, Sediment, Simazine, Tetrachloroethylene, Toxaphene, Turbidity, TTHM, VOCs, 2,4-D.

Alachlor

Alachlor is a herbicide used to control annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in crops like corn, sorghum, and soybeans. Like other herbicides, Alachlor enters surface-water as a result of runoff, and enters underground-water by leaching - that's when water from rain, irrigation, or other sources flows through the soil, dissolves the chemicals in it, and carries them down into the groundwater that supplies wells and springs.

Short-term exposure to Alachlor can cause slight skin and eye irritation, while long-term exposure can cause damage to the liver, kidneys, spleen, lining of the nose & eyelids, and cancer.

Alachlor is removed by: WF2CB, MWF, 4396710, 4396711.

Asbestos

Asbestos is a very durable, heat resistant Mineral Fiber found in a variety of building materials like insulation, floor & ceiling tiles, roofing, exterior siding, and fireproof boards. It can also be found in some appliances including toasters, broilers, slow cookers, waffle irons, dishwashers, and refrigerators.

Long-term exposure to Asbestos can cause chest & abdominal cancers and lung diseases.

Asbestos is removed by: UKF8001AXX, 12527304, MWF, DA29-00003B, DA29-00012A, 4396510, 4396548, 4396710, 4396711.

Atrazine

Atrazine is a herbicide used to control broadleaf and grassy weeds. Like other herbicides, Atrazine enters surface-water as a result of runoff, and enters underground-water by leaching - that's when water from rain, irrigation, or other sources flows through the soil, dissolves the chemicals in it, and carries them down into the groundwater that supplies wells and springs.

Short-term exposure to Atrazine can cause:

Congestion of the heart, lungs, and kidneys
Low blood pressure
Muscle spasms
Weight loss
Damage to the adrenal glands
Long-term exposure to Atrazine can cause weight loss, cardiovascular damage, retinal & muscle degeneration, and cancer.

Atrazine is removed by: UKF8001AXX, 12527304, WFCB, WF2CB, MWF, DA29-00012A, GSWF, LT600P, 4396510, 4396548, 4396710, 4396711.

You can test your drinking water for Atrazine with the WaterSafe All-In-One Home Drinking Water Test.

Bacteria

Bacteria are everywhere. They are on everything we see and touch, in the air we breathe, and even in the water we drink. In fact, right now, the bacterial cells on (and in) your body actually outnumber your own cells. Much of this bacteria is beneficial, helping us to digest our food, fight off sickness, and even keep our breath fresh. "Good bacteria" also helps to displace, or crowd out, the bad bacteria, which when found in drinking water can cause symptoms like nausea, diarrhea, cramps, and headaches. that can cause things like pneumonia, syphilis, cholera, and infections like Strep and Staph.

You can test your drinking water for Bacteria using the WaterSafe Home Drinking Water Test for Bacteria.

Or, test for Lead, Bacteria, Pesticides, Chlorine, Hardness, Nitrates, Nitrites, and PH with the WaterSafe All-In-One Home Drinking Water Test.

Benzene

Benzene is a chemical compound used in the manufacture of plastics, rubber, resins, and synthetic fabrics like nylon and polyester. It is also used as a solvent in the printing, paint, and dry cleaning industries.

Short-term exposure to Benzene can cause temporary nervous system disorders, immune system depression, and Anemia. Long-term exposure can cause chromosome aberrations and cancer.

Benzene is removed by: MWF, LT600P, DA29-00003B, DA29-00012A, 4396508, 4396510, 4396547, 4396548, 4396701, 4396702, 4396710, 4396711.

Carbofuran

Carbofuran is an insecticide used to control beetles, nematodes, and rootworm on crops like alfalfa, rice, corn, grapes, etc. Like other insecticides, Carbofuran enters surface-water as a result of runoff, and enters underground-water by leaching - that's when water from rain, irrigation, or other sources flows through the soil, dissolves the chemicals in it, and carries them down into the groundwater that supplies wells and springs.

Short-term exposure to Carbofuran can cause:

Headaches
Sweating
Nausea
Diarrhea
Chest pains
Blurred vision
Anxiety
Muscular weakness
Long-term exposure to Carbofuran can cause damage to the nervous and reproductive systems.

Carbofuran is removed by: MWF, DA29-00003B, DA29-00012A, 4396508, 4396547, 4396841, 4396842.

Chlorobenzene

Chlorobenzene is a chemical compound with an almond-like smell. Chlorobenzene is used in the manufacture of chemicals & insecticides, and as a solvent for adhesives, drugs, rubber, paints, and dry-cleaning.

Short-term exposure to Chlorobenzene can impair the function of the liver and kidneys, while long-term exposure can cause liver, kidney, and central nervous system damage.

Chlorobenzene is removed by: 4396710, 4396711.

Chlorine

Chlorine is a chemical element - you may remember it from high school chemistry as atomic number 17 from the periodic table. Chlorine has been used by water treatment plants in the U.S. since the early 1900's because it is a very powerful disinfectant. It kills deadly germs and microorganisms that might otherwise cause life-threatening waterborne diseases such as cholera, typhoid, and dysentery.

So, Chlorine is a good thing... as long as you don't mind the bad taste and odor that comes along with it - remember the last time you swam at the neighborhood pool? The good news is that your refrigerator filter will remove the Chlorine just before you drink the water. It's the best of both worlds really... your drinking water is safe AND tasty!

Chlorine is removed by all of the refrigerator filters we sell.

You can test your drinking water for Chlorine with the WaterSafe All-In-One Home Drinking Water Test.

Class

What are the Filter Classes?

Particulate/Sediment
Note: Particulate reduction is divided into six classes:

Class I - 0.5 to < 1 micron in size
Class II - 1 to <5 microns in size
Class III - 5 to <15 microns in size
Class IV - 15 to <30 microns in size
Class V - 30 to <50 microns in size
Class VI - >50 microns in size

Water filters with a Standard 42 (aesthetic effects) certification are designed to minimize non-health related contaminants such as chlorine, taste and odor, and particulates. These filters sorted by classes of performance. For all other claims, there is only a pass or fail.
For taste & odor, the classes represent chlorine reduction efficiency:
Class I, a minimum of 75% chlorine reduction.
Class II, 50% reduction.
Class III, 25%.

For mechanical filtration, the classes represent particle size ranges that are removed with a minimum 85% efficiency:
Class I, ˝ -1 micron.
Class II, 1-5 microns.
Class III, 5-15 microns.
Class IV, 15-30 microns.
Class V, 30-50 microns.
Class VI, 50+ microns.

It’s important to note a Class I or Class II rating does not imply cyst reduction. In order for a water filter to qualify for cyst reduction, it must have a 99.95 percent minimum filtration efficiency for 3-4 micron test dust particles, 3.000 micron micro-spheres, or live cryptosporidium oocysts.

 

Cyst

A cyst is the survivable form that parasites take on when they leave the host (you, me, your dog, etc...). The parasite goes dormant and grows a thick covering like an egg which allows it to survive in water or soil for long periods of time. The covering even allows it to survive the chlorine-based disinfectants typically used by the water treatment industry. The most common types of cyst that cause disease in humans are Giardia and Cryptosporidium.

These intestinal parasite cysts "hatch" when ingested by humans and cause intestinal disease. The diseases are not life threatening if treated, but can be dangerous to people with weakened immune systems.

Symptoms Include:

Diarrhea
Abdominal cramping
Nausea
Vomiting
Fever
Headache
Loss of appetite
Cysts are removed by: UKF8001AXX, 12527304, WFCB, WF2CB, MWF, DA29-00012A, MXRC, GSWF, LT600P, UKF7003AXX, 4396510, 4396548, 4396710, 4396711, 8171414, 8171788.

Dichlorobenzene

Dichlorobenzene is a colorless organic compound with a pleasant, aromatic odor. Dichlorobenzene is used in the manufacture of agricultural chemicals & herbicides, and as a solvent for things like wax, gum, resin, wood preservatives, and paints. It's also found in some insecticides, dyes, coolants, deodorizers, and degreasers.

Long-term exposure to Dichlorobenzene can cause nervous system damage, as well as damage to the liver, kidneys, and blood cells.

Dichlorobenzene is removed by: MWF, DA29-00003B, DA29-00012A, 4396508, 4396510, 4396547, 4396548, 4396701, 4396702, 4396710, 4396711, 4396841, 4396842.

Endrin

Endrin is an insecticide used to control insects, rodents, and birds on field crops such as cotton, corn, sugarcane, rice, cereals, and ornamentals. Like other insecticides, Endrin enters surface-water as a result of runoff, and enters underground-water by leaching - that's when water from rain, irrigation, or other sources flows through the soil, dissolves the chemicals in it, and carries them down into the groundwater that supplies wells and springs.

Short-term exposure to Endrin can cause tremors, difficulty breathing, mental confusion, and convulsions, while long-term exposure can cause liver damage.

Endrin is removed by: 4396710, 4396711.

Ethylbenzene

Ethylbenzene is a chemical compound with an gasoline-like smell. Ethylbenzene is primarily used to make the chemical compound Styrene, which is used in the manufacture of a variety of plastics. Ethylbenzene is also used as a solvent, and to make some rubber and plastic wraps.

Short-term exposure to Ethylbenzene can cause drowsiness, fatigue, headaches, and mild eye and respiratory irritation. Long-term exposure can cause central nervous system damage, as well as damage to the liver, kidneys, and eyes.

Ethylbenzene is removed by: 4396710, 4396711.

Fluoride

Fluoride is the common name for a group of chemical compounds containing the element Fluorine. In the US, Fluoride is added to things like toothpaste, mouth-rinse, and drinking water because studies show that it helps strengthen tooth enamel.

Fluoride is only removed by reverse-osmosis filters.

Hardness

If you've ever washed your hands at a friends house and you just can't get the soap to lather up, then you've experienced "hard water". Hardness is the measure of the mineral content of water, and hard water typically contains excessive amounts of dissolved Calcium, Magnesium, Bicarbonates, and Sulfates. Hard water shouldn't pose any health concerns, but it can sometimes make drinks like coffee and tea taste bitter.

You can test the hardness of your drinking water with the WaterSafe All-In-One Home Drinking Water Test.

Lead

Lead, symbol Pb (for the Latin word Plumbum) from the periodic table, is extremely toxic to humans. Unfortunately, the toxicity of Lead wasn't truly understood until it had been used for many, many years in things like paint, solder, water pipes, brass plumbing fixtures, gasoline, and pottery. In fact, 75% of the houses built before 1978 contained lead based paint, and before 1987 the solder used for plumbing typically contained 50% lead. Contact with water slowly corrodes the inside walls of the pipes & fittings, as well as the solder used to connect them. As this happens, the dissolved metals flow through the pipes and out through the faucet.

The health effects of lead exposure are most severe for infants and children. For them, exposure to high levels of lead in drinking water can result in delays in physical and mental development, learning disorders, behavioral problems, and reduced attention span. Lead can also cause abnormal fetal development in pregnant women. For adults, exposure can cause damage to the kidneys, central nervous system, and brain, as well as high blood pressure.

Lead is removed by: UKF8001AXX, 12527304, WFCB, WF2CB, MWF, MXRC, GSWF, LT600P, UKF7003AXX, DA29-00003B, DA29-00012A, 4396510, 4396548, 4396701, 4396702, 4396710, 4396711, 8171414, 8171788.

You can test your drinking water for Lead using the WaterSafe Home Drinking Water Test for Lead.

Or, test for Lead, Bacteria, Pesticides, Chlorine, Hardness, Nitrates, Nitrites, and PH with the WaterSafe All-In-One Home Drinking Water Test.

Lindane

Lindane is an insecticide used on pets, livestock, fruits, vegetables, cotton, wool, tobacco, and various other plants & trees. It's also used as a wood preservative, and for treating head lice & scabies on humans. Like other insecticides, Lindane enters surface-water as a result of runoff, and enters underground-water by leaching - that's when water from rain, irrigation, or other sources flows through the soil, dissolves the chemicals in it, and carries them down into the groundwater that supplies wells and springs.

Short-term exposure to Lindane can cause high body temperature and pulmonary edema, while long-term exposure can cause damage to the liver and kidneys.

Lindane is removed by: UKF8001AXX, 12527304, WF2CB, MWF, DA29-00012A, GSWF, LT600P, 4396710, 4396711.

Mercury

Mercury is a shiny, silver-gray, liquid metal named after the closest planet to the Sun. Symbol Hg (for the Latin word hydrargyrum which means "liquid silver"), Mercury is used in things like thermometers, barometers, fluorescent lamps, and batteries. Mercury has also been used since the early 1800's in dental fillings, commonly known as Amalgam - an alloy containing Mercury, Silver, Tin, and Copper.

Exposure to Mercury can cause neurological & kidney damage.

Mercury is removed by: UKF8001AXX, WF2CB, MWF, LT600P, DA29-00003B, DA29-00012A, 4396508, 4396510, 4396547, 4396548, 4396701, 4396702, 4396710, 4396711, 4396841, 4396842.

Micron

One micron is one millionth of a meter or approximately 1/25,000 of an inch. For comparison, a human hair is about 70 microns thick.

Typically, water filters are rated by the smallest particle they can remove. Most filters can remove particles as small as 10 or 20 microns in size, but the best filters are able to remove particles smaller than 1 micron. Just remember, when it comes to removing particles, smaller is definitely better.

MTBE

Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether, or MTBE, is a volatile, flammable, colorless liquid that smells a bit like turpentine, and dissolves easily in water. MTBE has been used in low levels since 1979 to increase the octane level in gasoline - which helps reduce engine damage caused by premature combustion, or "knocking". In 1992, levels of MTBE were raised significantly as a result of the Clean Air Act - since MTBE also increases the oxygen content, and helps the gasoline burn more completely. MTBE enters underground-water primarily as a result of leaking fuel storage tanks and pipelines.

Nitrates / Nitrites

Nitrates and Nitrites are simply chemical compounds containg Nitrogen and Oxygen. To be more specific, a Nitrate is 1 Nitrogen atom and 3 Oxygen atoms, while a Nitrite is 1 Nitrogen atom and 2 Oxygen atoms. Seems harmless enough, right? Well, the problem is that excessive amounts of Nitrates and Nitrites in the body can reduce the bloods ability to carry oxygen. They can also combine with protiens found in some foods & medicines to form Nitrosamine - a substance which has been shown to cause cancer.

Nitrates are most troublesome to infants... particularly once they've been ingested and the body converts them to Nitrites - where they reduce the oxygen-carrying capacity of the infants blood. If untreated, the so-called "blue baby" disease is very serious, and can be fatal. Long-term exposure can cause hemorrhaging of the spleen, and diuresis - excessive formation of urine.

You can test your drinking water for Nitrate & Nitrite with the WaterSafe All-In-One Home Drinking Water Test.

Particulates

The term "Particulates" refers to particles of rust, dirt, sand, and sediment found in drinking water. Water that contains Particulates is typically cloudy, and as you might expect, tastes and smells "dirty". By themselves, Particulates are not known to cause any adverse health effects, but they can sometimes carry other harmful organic, inorganic, and microbiological contaminants through the drinking water system.

Particulates are removed to some extent by all of the filters we sell. In general, better filters will remove finer particles. Each filter's ability to remove particulates is measured against a certain "particulate class", or particle size.

Class I - 0.5 to 1 micron
Class II - 1 to 5 microns
Class III - 5 to 15 microns

Where one micron is one millionth of a meter or approximately 1/25,000 of an inch.

For example, if a filter is rated to remove "95.1% of Particulates (Class II)", that just means that it will remove 95.1% of all particles that are between 1 and 5 microns in size.

pH

pH is a measure of how acidic a liquid is. A liquid with a low pH is very acidic, while a high pH indicates alkalinity. Acidic water can be quite corrosive, leaching metals like Lead, Copper, Iron, and Zinc from the plumbing pipes and fixtures in your home. As you might expect, these metals flow down the pipes, and into your drinking water. Alkaline water is typically "hard" - meaning it contains a lot of dissolved minerals. Hard water isn't considered a health concern, but it can give drinks like coffee and tea a bitter taste.

You can test the pH of your drinking water with the WaterSafe All-In-One Home Drinking Water Test.

Sediment

Sediment is nothing more than dirt and rocks that settle on the bottom of lakes, rivers, and streams. Dredging, floods, or even bottom-feeding fish can sometimes stir sediment back into the water, and cause turbidity. Sediment doesn't cause any adverse health effects, but like particulates, sediment can carry other harmful organic, inorganic, and microbiological contaminants.

Sediment is removed to some extent by all of the filters we sell. In general, better filters will remove finer sediment.

Simazine

Simazine is a pre-emergent herbicide used to control broad-leaf and grassy weeds on crops like corn, asparagus, beans, oranges, and artichokes. Like other herbicides, Simazine can enter surface-water as a result of runoff, and underground-water by leaching - that's when water from rain, irrigation, or other sources flows through the soil, dissolves the chemicals in it, and carries them down into the groundwater that supplies wells and springs.

Short-term exposure to Simazine can cause changes in the blood, and weight loss, while long-term exposure can cause tremors, cancer, mutation of the genes, and damage to the testicles, liver, kidneys, and thyroid.

You can test your drinking water for Simazine with the WaterSafe All-In-One Home Drinking Water Test.

Tetrachloroethylene

Tetrachloroethylene is a chemical compound used mainly in aerosol dry-cleaning products and metal degreasers, and to a lesser extent in rubber coatings, solvent soaps, printing inks, adhesives, sealants, polishes, lubricants, and pesticides.

Long-term exposure to Tetrachloroethylene can cause liver problems and may increase the risk of getting some types of cancer.

Tetrachloroethylene is removed by: 4396710, 4396711.

Toxaphene

Toxaphene is an insecticide used on cotton, vegetables, livestock, and poultry. In the past, it was also used to kill unwanted fish in some lakes. Like other insecticides, Toxaphene enters surface-water as a result of runoff, and enters underground-water by leaching - that's when water from rain, irrigation, or other sources flows through the soil, dissolves the chemicals in it, and carries them down into the groundwater that supplies wells and springs.

Short-term exposure to Toxaphene can cause restlessness, hyperexcitability, tremors, spasms, and convulsions. Long-term exposure can cause degeneration of the liver and kidneys, damage to the central nervous system, suppression of the immune system, and cancer.

Toxaphene is removed by: UKF8001AXX, WFCB, WF2CB, MWF, DA29-00012A, 4396508, 4396510, 4396547, 4396548, 4396710, 4396711, 4396841, 4396842.

Turbidity

Turbidity is a measure of how clear the water is. Water with a lot of suspended solids, appears murky, and has a high level of Turbidity. Suspended solids can be anything from microscopic floating plants like Phytoplankton, to clays and silts, or even sediment that's been stirred back into the water by dredging, floods, or bottom-feeding fish like carp. These suspended solids can sometimes carry toxic organic contaminants, pesticides, and heavy metals like cadmium, mercury, and lead.

Turbidity is removed by: UKF8001AXX, 12527304, WFCB, WF2CB, MWF, MXRC, DA29-00012A, GSWF, LT600P, UKF7003AXX, DA29-00003B, 4396510, 4396548, 4396710, 4396711, 8171414, 8171788.

TTHM (Total TriHaloMethanes)

Trihalomethanes (TTHM or THM) are the by-products of the water disinfection process. Typically, disinfectants like Chlorine react with the naturally occurring organic matter in the water they are disinfecting. This process produces things like Chloroform, Dibromochloromethane, Bromodichloromethane, and Bromoform. Fortunately, the health risks of TTHMs are very small compared with the risks of inadequately disinfected water.

VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds)

VOCs include chemicals that are both man-made and naturally occurring. The VOCs we're most likely to be exposed to come in the form of pesticides, herbicides, or insecticides that enter the water supply as a result of runoff. Other VOCs enter the water supply through the disposal of industrial waste. This can include things like total trihalomethanes (TTHM), a by-product of the chlorination process.

2,4-D

2,4-D is a herbicide used to control broad-leaf weeds in crops like wheat and corn, and on pasture and rangelands. It's also used to control woody plants along roadsides, railways, and powerlines. Like other herbicides, 2,4-D enters surface-water as a result of runoff, and enters underground-water by leaching - that's when water from rain, irrigation, or other sources flows through the soil, dissolves the chemicals in it, and carries them down into the groundwater that supplies wells and springs.

Short-term exposure to 2,4-D can cause damage to the nervous system, while long-term exposure can cause damage to the liver and kidneys.

2,4-D is removed by: 12527304, WFCB, WF2CB, MWF, DA29-00012A, LT600P, 4396510, 4396548.

 

 

 

1 Micron - 10 Micron - 20 Micron - Water Filters 

What's the Difference?

For household water filter needs: 

 

Beach Sand needs 40 micron to 500 micron filters (if you can see sand only)
Fine grit needs 20 to 40 micron filters (if you see or feel grit and sand)
Silt 5 to 20 micron filters  (discolored and muddy)
Cryptosporidium & Giardia Cysts needs 0.5 micron filters (not visible to the naked eye)

Paper, String and Poly Spun for Rust and Sediment -  from 5 to 40 microns.
Carbon block is 0.5 microns 

 

For city water and other chlorinated water supplies. 
RS1 20 Micron   or   TO1 10 Micron 
RS7 40 Micron   or   RS2 5 Micron 

For well water systems
RS3 20 Micron   or   RS2 5 Micron 
TO3 10 Micron    or   RS7 40 Micron

Carbon Wrapped for taste and odors.
TO1 10 Micron - City Water   /   TO3 10 Micron - Well Water 

Carbon Block for taste and odors plus reducing bacteria. Cryptosporidium and Giardia cysts: 
CB1 0.5 Micron   or  CB3 0.5 Micron - plus metals and VOCs

 

What are the Filter Classes?

Particulate/Sediment
Note: Particulate reduction is divided into six classes:

Class I - 0.5 to < 1 micron in size
Class II - 1 to <5 microns in size
Class III - 5 to <15 microns in size
Class IV - 15 to <30 microns in size
Class V - 30 to <50 microns in size
Class VI - >50 microns in size

 

Carbon Wrapped for taste and odors plus reducing bacteria.

Carbon Block for taste and odors plus reducing bacteria will be 0.5 microns to 1 microns.


PolySpun

String Wound


Carbon Wrapped


Carbon Block

 

 

Replacement water filter cartridges for your Omni Water Filter
Need a replacement cartridge for a filter not listed? Call: (855) 855-1976
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If you know what replacement cartridge you want, choose the model number below:
See a chart comparing these cartridges for easier selection.

800R 1100R BF7 Mounting Bracket CB1    CB3  OR CB3A CB6
FRC1 GAC1  K11 / K12 faucet PF300S

NEW - Cleanable
RS19

R200 R400 R500 RO2000 Filter Replacement Kit 
(choose filters, membrane or both)
RO2050 Filter Replacement Kit 
(choose filters, membrane or both)
RO6

 

 Easy Change - Quick Change Cartridges: 1500R quick change cartridge 1750R quick change cartridge 2000R quick change cartridge kit

RO2000 Faucets  

All Replacement
Faucets

RS1 RS2 RS3 RS4 RS5
RS6 RS7 RS12 RS14 RS18         RS19
SF100 TO1 TO3 TO6

TO8

TC3 Older CB3

If you need the specialty filter for the Omni Mite, find replacements here.      And other Older OmniFilter Water Filters Here

 

Sort by Omni filter housing model number for options (find o-rings and wrenches here too)

Filter Model #

Newest
Replacement Unit

Cartridge Model #  O-Ring Wrench or Accessories
        Complete Set of Orings Universal Tank Wrench
Basic - OmniBasic U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19       (get help choosing 1) U24PLU  O-Ring  or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
BF6 BF7 Series A RS6  or  TO6  or  CB6  or  TO8  or  RO6  or CB6 or RS15 or  RS18  or RS22      (get help choosing 1) OK7 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW6 Tank Wrench
BF7 BF7 Series A RS6  or  TO6  or  CB6  or  TO8  or  RO6  or CB6 or RS15 or  RS18  or RS22     (get help choosing 1) OK7 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW6 Tank Wrench
BF7 Series A     RS6  or  TO6  or  CB6  or  TO8  or  RO6  or CB6 or RS15 or  RS18   or RS22     (get help choosing 1) OK50 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW50 Tank Wrench
BF70   BF7 Series A   RS6  or  TO6  or  CB6  or  TO8  or  RO6  or CB6 or RS15 or  RS18  or RS22      (get help choosing 1) OK50 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW50 Tank Wrench
BF9   BF9C RS6  or  TO6  or  CB6  or  TO8  or  RO6  or CB6 or RS15 or  RS18   or RS22   (get help choosing 1) OK 8 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW60 Tank Wrench
BF9C     RS6  or  TO6  or  CB6  or  TO8  or  RO6  or CB6 or RS15 or  RS18 or RS22  (get help choosing 1) OK 8 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW60 Tank Wrench
BF35   RS6  or  TO6  or  CB6  or  TO8  or  RO6  or CB6 or RS15 or  RS18 or RS22      (get help choosing 1) U35 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW50 Tank Wrench
BF36   BF35 RS6  or  TO6  or  CB6  or  TO8  or  RO6  or CB6 or RS15 or  RS18   or RS22     (get help choosing 1) OK50 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW50 Tank Wrench
BF8         OK50 O-Ring OW50 Tank Wrench
BF55 TO8-20" or RS6-20" OK50 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW50 Tank Wrench
BF56 BF55 TO8-20" or RS6-20" OK50 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW50 Tank Wrench
BC1 USM2 CB1A - Original Size  (CB1 replaces BC1)  OR CB1 U24PLU  O-Ring  or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
CBF1 CBF1 Series C CB1A  - Original Size  (or CB1C for California Residents) K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW1 Tank Wrench
CBF1 Series A  CBF1 Series C CB1A  - Original Size  (or CB1C for California Residents) K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
CBF1 Series B CBF1 Series C CB1A  - Original Size  (or CB1C for California Residents) K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
CBF1 Series C   CB1B K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
CBF2 US 1750 1100R NA NA
CBF3 CBF3 Series C CB3A - Original Size   Or  (CB3C for California Residents) K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW1 Tank Wrench
CBF3 Series A  CBF3 Series C CB3A  - Original Size   Or  (CB3C for California Residents) K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
CBF3 Series B CBF3 Series C CB3A  - Original Size   Or  (CB3C for California Residents) K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
CBF3 Series C   CB3B K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
CBF20   CB3A (is slightly smaller for older units)   RS5    OR CB1 K4 O-Ring OW1 Tank Wrench
CCF1 - Clarity Cube   R200 NA NA
F1 - Faucet Mount   FRC1 NA NA
House - OmniHouse U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19       (get help choosing 1) U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
Mite - Omni Mite U25  (or  U30 but call first) Mite Cartridge    
OB1 OB1 Series A TO1 or TO3  or   RS1  or  RS2  or   RS3    OK25 O-Ring if your Oring is black

K4 O-Ring if your Oring is blue

OW1 Tank Wrench
OB1 Series A   TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19       (get help choosing 1) OK25 O-Ring OW40 Tank Wrench
OB3 USM2 GAC1  or  CB1  or  CB3  
        (get help choosing 1)
K4 O-Ring OW1 Tank Wrench
OB5 WH5 TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19       (get help choosing 1) OK25 O-Ring WC79-2P Tank Wrench
OB5 Series A WH5 TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19       (get help choosing 1) OK25 O-Ring OW40 Tank Wrench
OB5 Series B  
&  WH5
 
WH5 TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19       (get help choosing 1) OK25 O-Ring OW40 Tank Wrench
         
OCT2 - Counter Top Countertop TO1  or TO3  or  GAC1  or  CB1  or  CB3         (get help choosing 1) K4 O-Ring OW1 Tank Wrench
OM 36 KCS Water Softener      
Omni Basic U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19       (get help choosing 1) U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
Omni Deluxe OT32 Series E  or US2000 GAC1-CB3A Kit      (uses 2 cartridges)
install GAC1 closest to water intake
U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
Omni House U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19 (choose 1) U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
Omni Mite U25  (or  U30 but call first) Mite Cartridge
Omni PRO 900-901 U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19 (choose 1) K4 O-Ring OW1 Tank Wrench
Omni PRO 902 U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19 (choose 1) OK25 O-Ring OW1 Tank Wrench
Omni PRO 903 BF7 Series A   RS6  or  TO6  or  CB6  or  TO8  or  RO6  or RS18  (choose 1) OK7 O-Ring BF7 Mounting Bracket
OW1 Tank Wrench
Omni Regular U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or TO3  or   RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or RS4  U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
Omni Super USM2 GAC1 U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
OT32 OT32 Series E  or US2000 CB3A & RS14 Kit
(uses a kit of 2 cartridges)
or CB3 Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)  OR CB1
K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW1 Tank Wrench
OT32 Series A  OT32 Series E  or US2000 CB3A & RS14 Kit
(uses a kit of 2 cartridges)
or CB3A - Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)  OR CB1
K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
OT32 Series B  OT32 Series E  or US2000 CB3A-RS2 Kit    OR   CB3A-RS14 Kit
(uses a kit of 2 cartridges)
or CB3A - Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)  OR CB1
K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
OT32 Series C  OT32 Series E  or US2000 CB3A & RS14 Kit
(uses a kit of 2 cartridges)
or CB3A - Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)  OR CB1
K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
OT32 Series D  OT32 Series E  or US2000 CB3A & RS14 Kit
(uses a kit of 2 cartridges)
or CB3A - Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)  OR CB1
K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
OT32 Series E   CB3B-RS2 Kit    OR   CB3B-RS14 Kit
(uses a kit of 2 cartridges)
K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
OT2 OT32 Series E  or US2000 GAC1-CB3A Kit  OR  CB3A & RS14 Kit
uses a Kit of 2 cartridges (install GAC1 or the RS cartridges closest to water intake)  CB3 Replaces the TC3
or CB3A -  Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)  OR CB1
U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
OT5 OT32 Series E  or US2000 RS2-GAC1-CB3A (uses 3 cartridges)
install RS2 closest to water intake, then the GAC1 & then CB3)
U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
         
R12 U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or TO3  or   RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or RS4 (get help choosing 1) K4 O-Ring OW1 Tank Wrench
R12 Series A U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or TO3  or   RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or RS4 (get help choosing 1) K4 O-Ring OW1 Tank Wrench
R14 U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or TO3  or   RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or RS4 (get help choosing 1) K4 O-Ring OW1 Tank Wrench
        NA
R200 - Fridge/Ice maker   R200 NA NA
R400 - Fridge/Icemaker   R400 NA NA
R500 - Fridge/Icemaker   R500 NA NA
R800 - Fridge/Icemaker R 1500 800R NA NA
R1100 - Fridge/Icemaker US 1750 1100R NA NA
         
RO2000   RO2000 Filter Replacement Kit 
(choose filters, membrane or both)
K4 O-Ring RO2000 Faucet
OW1 Tank Wrench
RO2050   RO2050 Filter Replacement Kit 
(choose filters, membrane or both)
K4 O-Ring RO2050 Faucet
OW1 Tank Wrench
PF500 - Pitcher   PF300S NA NA
SF100 - Shower   SF100 - discontinued NA NA
         
SFM2 USM2 GAC1 or  CB1A K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW1 Tank Wrench
SFM2 Series B USM2 GAC1 or CB1A K4 O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
SFM2 Series C (USM2) USM2 GAC1 or  CB1A K4SU O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
SFM3   800R None K12 Faucet
No wrench needed
TC3 USM2  with CB3 CB3A   (CB3 replaces TC3)  OR CB1A
(is slightly smaller for older units)
U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
Total 2 OT32 Series E  or US2000 GAC1-CB3A Kit   TC3   (uses 2 cartridges)  OR CB1A
 or CB3A (is slightly smaller for older units)
U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
Total Plus OT32 Series E or US2000 GAC1-RS2-CB3A Kit     (uses 3 cartridges)  OR CB1A
or CB3A - Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)
U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
U22 U25  or  U30 TO1  or TO3  or   RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or RS4 or RS19   U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
U24 U25  or  U30 TO1  or TO3  or   RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or RS4 or RS19   U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
U25 U25 Series E TO1  or TO3  or  RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or  RS4 or RS19   OK25 O-Ring OW2 Tank Wrench
U25 Series A U25 Series E TO1  or TO3  or  RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3  or  RS4  or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14 or RS19  (get help choosing 1 U25 O-Ring OW2 Tank Wrench
U25 Series B U25 Series E TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14 or RS19  (get help choosing 1) U25 O-Ring OW2 Tank Wrench
U25 Series C U25 Series E TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14 or RS19  (get help choosing 1) U25 O-Ring OW2 Tank Wrench
U25 Series D U25 Series E TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14  or RS19 (get help choosing 1) U25 O-Ring OW2 Tank Wrench
U25 Series E   TO1  or  TO3   or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19 (get help choosing 1) U25 O-Ring OW40 Tank Wrench
U26 U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or  TO3   or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19 (get help choosing 1) U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW2 Tank Wrench
U26 Series A U25  (or  U30 but call first) TO1  or  TO3   or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19 (get help choosing 1) K4 O-Ring OW30 Tank Wrench
U30   TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14   or RS19 (get help choosing 1) K4 O-Ring OW30 Tank Wrench
U400 USM2 GAC1 U24 if your oring is Black
K4 if your oring is Blue
OW1 Tank Wrench
U450 USM2 CB1A U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
U500 OT32 Series E  or US2000 GAC1-CB3A Kit   TC3  (uses 2 cartridges)  OR CB1
or CB3A - Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)
U24 if your oring is Black
K4 if your oring is Blue
OW1 Tank Wrench
U600 OT32 Series E  or US2000 GAC1-CB3A Kit    TC3   (uses 2 cartridges)
or CB3A - Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)
U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
UC2 OT32 Series E  or US2000 GAC1 - Double Pack  
(uses 2 - GAC1 cartridges)
or CB3A - Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)
U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
UC2 USM2 GAC1 U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
U700 OT32 Series E  or US2000 GAC1-CB1A-CB3A Kit    (uses 3 cartridges)  
or CB3A - Alternate (is slightly smaller for older units)
U24PLU  O-Ring or U24 OW1 Tank Wrench
US 1750   1750 R None Needed  None Needed
US 2000   2000 R None Needed None Needed
USM2 (SFM2) USM2 GAC1 or  CB1A K4SU O-Ring K12 Faucet
OW30 Tank Wrench
WH5    TO1  or TO3  or    RS1  or  RS2  or  RS3    or  RS5 or RS7  or RS12  or RS14 (choose 1) OK25 O-Ring OW40 Tank Wrench
         
Oring Lubricant

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Closeouts and Discounted Defects Complete Set of Orings Universal Tank Wrench
  10-27-2014     

 

WCF2 We're sorry. This item is no longer available.
K11 / K12 Universal water faucet for use with Omni units: SFM2, CBF1, CBF3, OT32. Will not work with the Reverse Osmosis Unit RO2000.
RO2000 Faucet Universal water faucet for use with Omni RO2000 units
BF7 Mounting Bracket Mounting Bracket for use with the Omni BF7 Units

 

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