Yesterday we mentioned that health officials suspected that a college community’s water supply may have gotten contaminated with bacteria (Bacteria Found in College Water Supply) and gave examples of undersink and countertop filters that effectively reduce levels of such as bacteria (i.e. E.Coli, Cholera, Shigella, Salmonella, etc.) cysts (i.e. Giardia, Cryptosporidium, etc.), chlorine, lead, and undissolved particles (i.e. dirt, sand, sediment, etc.)
Today we’d like to bring a very popular Culligan Faucet Filter to your attention — because it certifies and tests to the NSF 53 and will not break the bank in the process!
We recently saw the Culligan FM-15A faucet filter in-stock at the Filters Fast web site for under $20 with replacement Culligan FM-15RA Filters priced below $15.
What can this Culligan water filter do for me?
The Culligan Faucet Filter FM15A reportedly produces delicious, filtered drinking water from tap w/in minutes of installation, a process Culligan says requires no tools or plumbing knowledge. As an added bonus, the unit can get installed in both right and left-handed configurations for convenience.
Inner workings of the unit, or the part most people call the filter element (Culligan FM-15RA), reduces much more than most faucet filters which use only granulated activated carbon (GAC). Besides removing bad taste and odor as well as the undesirable taste and odor of chlorine, the Culligan FM15A also reduces sediment, turbidity (cloudiness), atrazine, lindane, particulates (class 1), cryptosporidium cysts and giardia cysts.
So if you want to improve the quality of your water w/o spending a fortune, climbing under your sink to install a filter, or using valuable counter space for a water filter, you will definitely want to take a look at the Culligan FM-15A Faucet Filter!