iSpring RCC7P Under Sink 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filtration System with Pump and Water Softener

  • iSpring 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis water filtration system. This under sink mounted water filter and water softener removes up to 99% of over 1,000 contaminants, including lead (removes up to 98% of lead), chlorine, fluoride, arsenic, asbestos, calcium, sodium, and more.
  • Do you have low water pressure? Reverse Osmosis requires standard water pressure to force the impurities out of the water. Delivering actual performance for an RO system, this pump-boosted version is the ideal solution. Operating only when needed.
  • Clear see-through 1st stage housing.
  • For indoor use only. Extended Manufacturer upon registration, support at 123filter dot com, Atlanta GA USA
  • $299.99
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    RCC7P Performance

    The RCC7P is a pressure-boosted, multi-layered filter system that can removes over 1,000 different types of contaminants, including arsenic, asbestos, chlorine, fluoride, lead, mercury, sodium, and more. Boosting the water pressure helps Reverse Osmosis filter stage increasing water production speed and reducing waste water. This is a suitable option when the home water pressure is low (below 40 PSI).

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        Reinforced Transparent 1st Stage Housing
        Provides a way to visually inspect the sediment filter. With the transparent housing you will know it is time for a filter change before a problem occurs.
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        5-Micron, Layered Protection
        The advantage of having both 5-micron GAC & CTO filter is that the loose carbon (GAC) can trapping large contaminants, leaving only smaller ones to the CTO carbon block filter. This allows the CTO filter and RO membrane to function longer.
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      Leak-Free System & Online Supporting Videos
      Push to connect fittings and color coordinated tubings simplify the installation process, and our DIY installation video and customer support are both readily available if needed.
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      Live Phone Support
      We offer technical phone support Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8:30am to 5:30pm Eastern time. Contact our expert support team for personal assistance in selecting the right system for your water filtration needs. Now, and years from now, we will be right here and ready to help.

    iSpring ro water filter system

    Product Description

    The system consists of 5-stage, layered filtration built around reverse osmosis (RO) technology that removes over 1000+ different kinds of contaminants.

    The RCC7P model of the iSpring RCC7 line of products is equipped with a booster pump for situations where inlet/house water pressure is low – below about 40 PSI. Reverse Osmosis requires standard pressure to force the impurities out of the water.

    Designed for do-it-yourself installation by most users, the entire system fits under a standard kitchen sink. All parts necessary for installation are included.

    Replacement filters are standard sized. A lead-free, solid brass faucet with brushed nickel finish is included with the system and is usually mounted on the counter as the primary source of drinking water, but output lines can also be connected to your ice maker, coffee maker, etc.

    The whole system is backed by a 1-year money-back guarantee, a 1-year manufacturer warranty and iSpring's lifetime technical support provided right here in the USA in Atlanta Georgia.

    Incoming Water Pressure: 30 PSI - 70 PSI

    Operating water temperature range: 40 – 100 °F

    Maximum TDS: 750 ppm
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Model: RCC7P
    • Manufacturer: iSpring
    Pericombobulation53 | 5 out of 5 Stars!

    We've had three RO units thus far - a Kinetico, which was ridiculously overpriced, then the very common Whirlpool WHER25, which is frankly a pretty good value and lasted for years until the spigot broke and we got a bad membrane, which kinda ticked me off. Now finally we're on to this model from iSpring, which is by far the best RO unit we have had yet. It was the easiest to set up, had the best instructions, and best overall workmanship. The chrome spigot is much more attractive than either the Kinetico or Whirlpool, and it does not have the annoying air gap that the Whirlpool used. To clarify - the WHER25 routed the waste water up to the spigot, along a parallel line to the drinking water. There was a small air gap inside the spigot base, and then the waste water continued on to the drain. I guess the point was to prevent water from your sink drain from backing up into the RO unit. Good idea in principle, until the air gap would start gurgling and eventually get plugged and leak water. Anyway, it's water under the bridge, so to speak, because the iSpring has no similar contraption for the waste line. You simply drill a hole in the kitchen drain line and attach the flexible train tubing, using the supplied saddle. I positioned ours in the basement, in an area right under the kitchen sink. I would highly recommend doing this if you can, because it makes the system so much easier to service, and it frees up space under your sink. I also installed a dedicated copper tee, gate valve, and riser for the feed water, rather than using the included adapter. This is not necessary, but it's a bit more elegant, and I can turn off the feed water to the entire system simply by operating the gate valve. If you know how to solder copper pipes, it's well worth doing. I had to buy some extra 1/4 inch tubing at the local Hommedeepot to get everything positioned where I wanted it in the basement, but I love this setup. So much better that cramming everything under the sink. See picture. Anyway, the system works extremely well. Our well water is pretty bad. It goes through several stages of treatment to soften it and remove iron, and it still has very high TDS. It's so bad that I'm embarrassed to say how high. OK fine, you twisted my arm... 1450 ppm! Yep, that's right - our water contains around 1450 ppm of total dissolved solids. So you're probably wondering what is the TDS after going through the iSpring? Drum roll please! .... 42! You read it right folks - the iSpring RO brought our TDS down from 1450 to 42. That's pretty impressive! This model includes an electric pump, which seemed like a good idea because low flow is a common complaint among RO users. The pump does indeed keep the water flowing at a steady rate, but if you're expecting it to come blasting out of the spigot, then you're expecting too much. Really, what the pump seems to do is to keep the flow rate consistent. This kit comes with everything you'd need to install it and then some. Extra fittings and bits and pieces in case you lose something, plus a water detection sensor which I have not hooked up because as you can see, my system basically hangs from the basement ceiling. If you install yours under the sink, then the water detector should alert you if something leaks. Anyway, nicely done, iSpring! Don't change a thing!

    J. SOWARD | 5 out of 5 Stars!

    Had the unit for about 7 months now, and just completed the first filter change ( 3 of 5 filters ), so I can deliver and informed review by now. I bought the unit for multiple purposes: Drinking water, Aquarium & Plant use, deep cycle battery maintenance, and misc other uses where pure water is beneficial. The water quality in my area is good, but has a high mineral content. My home is a bit older, and the water pressure at the kitchen sink leaves a bit to be desired, so I went with the electric pump assisted unit, I would recommend this unless you have _very_ high water pressure, as it will reduce the amount of waste water and potentially extend the life of the RO membrane. Installation was really pretty simple, and the documentation is clear. Took me a moment to get my head around how the pressurized storage tank works as it has only one line leading into it, which serves as both input and output. The tubing is all color coded and easy to work with; I'm reasonably 'handy', but plumbing is definitely not my forte, but from unboxing until first water was about 2 hours, which included cleaning under the sink and removing an old instant hot water system. ( Which failed to to calcium build up, though if fed from this filter would probably still be working ) That did mean that I had a pre-drilled hole in the sink for the faucet, as well as a below sink GFCI outlet. If not, drilling the hole for the faucet could be a bit of a chore, depending on your sink. The unit does require a fair amount of space, so wherever you are installing check the dimensions and be sure you have enough space for the unit and to reach in and work, you'll need access to change the filters periodically as well, which involves using a plastic wrench on the filter holders. I hung it on the side of the cabinet but left lots of play in the hoses so I could lift it off and pull it out into the open to change the filters. I also put a board under the filters to take some strain off the frame. TDS readings with a cheap tester run from 170-200 on my tap water, bounce around from 2-5 after it comes out of this filter, where they were always over 100 out of my refrigerator with its built-in filter. I did connect my refrigerator after the initial install, and you can tell the difference in the water and the ice both. The pump is pretty quiet, the main sound is the waste water in the drain, which is minimal. The filter cans are a standard size and fit, so alternative branded filters can probably be used, but no real reason since the iSpring ones seem to be a good quality at a reasonable price. But if you are worried about iSpring not being around in 5 years and being stuck with an unusual system, don't be, it's all modular and standardized. If I had an negatives, it would be that the frame could use some stiffeners on the corners so it doesn't flex under the weight of the water filled filter canisters. If I have some spare time, I might try to design and print some plastic corner braces for it, but it's not a huge deal. It's also impossible to change the filters w/o water going everywhere. This isn't unique to iSpring or this model, there's just generally no way to drain the water form the filter cans, so some is going to spill out as you detach them. So just fine a pail or tub that can sit under the unit when you change it. Perhaps a drain plug in the bottom of them would let one drain it in a controlled fashion, but that might be overkill!


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