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GXRLQK GE SmartWater Inline Filter System

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GXRLQ
Price $72.99 List Price Price $103.99 Save 29%
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Fits any 1/4-inch plastic or copper water line
  • Quick-connect fittings work with standard 1/4 inch (plastic or copper) water lines
  • Easy, tool-free, no-mess filter replacement
  • Filtered ice for your beverages
  • Filter should be replaced at most every six months for best filtration results (Replacement Filter:FQK1K)
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  • Quick-connect fittings work with standard 1/4 inch (plastic or copper) water lines
  • Easy, tool-free, no-mess filter replacement
  • Filtered ice for your beverages
  • Filter should be replaced at most every six months for best filtration results (Replacement Filter:FQK1K)
In the old days, we would have called this the "Cadillac" of in-line water filters. Seriously, it has everything. Tool-free do-it-yourself installation, a built-in valve that automatically shuts the water off while you're changing the filter, a replacement filter you can change with a simple quarter-turn, and a long list of contaminants.
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Package Qty 1
Used In Brands GE
Manufacturer's Id GXRLQK
UPC 084691805885
Actual Size (in) 11.4 inches (length) x 3.4 inches (width) x 3.4 inches (depth)
Filter Life (gallons) 750
Filter Life (months) Filter's should be replaced based on usage and filter condition. Filter life is an estimation of expected performance based on typical filtration conditions.x Filter's should be replaced based on usage and filter condition. Filter life is an estimation of expected performance based on typical filtration conditions.x 6 months
Micron Rating (Nominal) The smallest size at which particles are retained by the filter. One micron is equivalent 1/1000th of a millimeter.x The smallest size at which particles are retained by the filter. One micron is equivalent 1/1000th of a millimeter.x 0⋅5
Operating Pressure (psi) 20 - 125
Operating Temperature (°F) 33 - 100
Operating Temperature (°C) 0.6 - 37.8
Flow Rate (gpm) Flow rate is the volume of water that passes through a filtration system measured in gallons per minute. A filter's flow rate indicates the maximum recommened flow for optimum filter performance. x Flow rate is the volume of water that passes through a filtration system measured in gallons per minute. A filter's flow rate indicates the maximum recommened flow for optimum filter performance. x 0.50
Flow Rate (lpm) 1.89
Fitting Type Quick Connect
Fitting Size (inches) 1/4 inch
Color White
Country of Manufacture United States
Includes Installation Kit
Certifications Voluntary national standards that establish minimum requirements for the safety and performance of filtration equipment.x Voluntary national standards that establish minimum requirements for the safety and performance of filtration equipment.x NSF/ANSI Standard 42, NSF/ANSI Standard 53

Reduced Contaminants

The GXRLQ reduces the following contaminants:

  • Asbestos
  • Atenolol >95%
  • Atrazine 94.5%
  • Bisphenol A 94.8%
  • Carbamazepine 93.1%
  • Chlorine Taste & Odor 97.2%
  • Cysts 99.99%
  • Estrone 95%
  • Lead 99.3%
  • Lindane 98.5%
  • Linuron >96.3%
  • Mercury 96.2%
  • Nonylphenol 95.3%
  • Particulates (Class I)
  • Toxaphene >93.1%
  • Trimethoprim >96.5%
  • Turbidity 98.1%

The GXRLQ is comparable with the following part numbers

AP3415434
GXRLO
GXRLQ
GXRLQK
PS651144

Installation Guide

Instructions

  1. The GE GXRLQK water filter can be installed on copper or plastic tubing
  2. The GE GXRLQK filter system comes with quick connect fittings for easy installation
  3. Installation Kit included
  4. You should replace the GE SmartWater GE FQK1K Replacement Filter every 750 gallons or six months, whichever comes first. You may need to replace your GE water filter earlier if your water has a bad taste or odor