ClearChoice CLCH100 | Our#: 180390

ClearChoice Replacement for Whirlpool 4396508 Filter, 2-Pack

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ClearChoice CLCH100 | Our#: 180390

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  • Certified to the NSF/ANSI 42 Standard for the reduction of chlorine taste and odor.
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This aftermarket filter by ClearChoice works to remove impurities from your water and provide you with a clean, refreshing, better-tasting indoor water supply.  The ClearChoice CLCH100 is used in side-by-side refrigerators by Whirlpool, Kitchenaid, Amana, Thermador, and other models.  Designed to replace the OEM part #4396508, this refrigerator water filter is a high quality, inexpensive alternative to the factory original filter.  Easy to install and easy to use, the CLCH100 reduces the taste of chlorine in your water supply and improves its quality.  Better tasting, clean water can be made readily available to you with this premium fridge filter.


In your indoor water supply, foreign contaminants such as rust, mold, bacteria, chlorine, and other impurities can seep into your tap water.  These substances, if left unchecked, can be potentially hazardous to your personal health.  To combat these impurities, the CLCH100 filter removes the substance by using a scientifically-tested filtration method.  As water enters your fridge via your tap water supply, the refrigerator filter is filled with water.  This water then enters a carbon-filled chamber inside the inner filter.  As water is pushed through this inner chamber, impurities and foreign matter are captured by the carbon and clean, clear water is produced.  This water is then available to you for clean, better-tasting consumption.


To ensure that your filter is working at maximum capacity, you should make routine filter changes.  The carbon chamber inside the filter begins to degrade after extended use.  This can lead to a decrease in water quality, and an increase in health risks and concerns.  In order to make sure that your home water supply is safe from contamination, make routine filter changes every six months so that your home or office is supplied with clean and healthy water.
 

Features:

  • High quality - inexpensive alternative to factory original filter
  • Easy installation and operation
  • Helps reduce chlorine taste and odor
  • Helps reduce contaminants found in tap water and improves its quality

 


IAPMO & UPC Certified
When used in the CLCH100-S system, certified by IAPMO R&T to NSF/ANSI 42 for the reduction of Chlorine, Taste & Odor. Also certified to NSF/ANSI 372 for Lead Free compliance. See performance data sheet for individual contaminants and reduction performance.

Activated Block Carbon Technology

The CLCH100 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.