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EcoAqua EFF-6033A | Our#: 192706

EcoAqua Replacement for GE GXRTQR Inline Filter, 2-Pack

EcoAqua EFF-6033A | Our#: 192706

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  • Replacement inline filter for GE part # GXRTQR
  • Features push-in fittings
  • Product Details

    Replacement inline filter for GE part # GXRTQR. Compatible with GE GXRTQ system. Mates with APC-style quick coupling fittings (now discontinued by GE).


    • Uses advanced activated carbon technology
    • Produces better tasting drinking water
    • Cost effective alternative to factory original filter
    • Reduces chlorine taste and odor


    Operating Temperature Range:
    40 - 100 F
    Operating Pressure Range:
    30 - 100 PSI
    2000 gallons
    Flow Rate:
    0.5 GPM

    Length x Diameter

    11-1/2" x 2-1/8"
    Plumbing Connections:
    Filtration Claims:
    Chlorine Taste & Odor

    This filter fits these models
    Brand Model or Part Number Type

    This filter replaces these part numbers
    Brand Model or Part Number
    AquaCrest AQF-GXRTQR
    Brita RF-104
    GE 215C1107P002
    GE 251B6036P001
    HDX HDXIR220
    Tier1 IN-WF0170

    What our customers have to say

    Activated Block Carbon Technology

    This filter uses activated block carbon technology. Carbon is one of the most adsorptive substances, and its numerous and microscopic pores make it capable of adsorbing many microscopic contaminants. Adsorption is a chemical bond between the surface of the carbon and a molecule (contaminant).

    • Activated carbon is a carbonaceous, highly porous adsorptive medium that has a complex structure composed primarily of carbon atoms. The networks of pores in activated carbons are channels created within a rigid skeleton of disordered layers of carbon atoms, linked together by chemical bonds, stacked unevenly, creating a highly porous structure between the carbon layers. Activated carbon is able to attract and capture a whole host of contaminants, including chlorine and other organic chemical compounds.
    • Activated carbon means that the carbon has been treated at 1000°C with steam molecules to selectively burn holes into the carbonized raw material, creating a multitude of pores inside the carbonaceous matrix. This process creates so much surface area that a teaspoon of activated carbon has roughly the same surface area as a soccer field!
    • Activated block carbon, then, with its use of adsorption, is one of the most effective water filtration methods in use today.