Filters for Icemakers
These wonderful icemaker filters filter out bad taste, odor and chlorine and are quick and easy to replace. They can help you to have great tasting ice that won't make your drinks taste bad, or change their flavor. Looking for more filters and filtration products? Click here
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Quick Change Icemaker Filters
- Quickly change the filter with just a 1/4 turn - reduces water spilling and speeds up the filter changing process
- Reduces lead, cysts, lindane, atrazine, chlorine taste & odor, and sediment
- 1/4 compression connections work great with copper, plastic, or flexible tubing
- WIC-600 system includes one (1) 600R 0.5 micron water filter cartridge
- Includes installation hardware
- View all components here
- View mounting bracket here
- Ideal for refrigerator icemakers and water dispensers, coffee makers, and other inline applications
- Ganular activated coconut carbon reduces chlorine taste & odor and bad taste and odor from water
- WICSA includes phosphate crystals to prevent lime/scale build-up
- 1/4" NPT (WIC)
- Quick-connect fittings on WICa, and WICSa
- Max temperature: 100°F
- Pressure rate to 125psi
• WIC: 3,000 gallons with estimated life of 12 months
• WICa: 3,900 gallons with estimated life of 12 months
• WICSa: 1,350 gallons with estimated life of 6 months
Model WICSa must be installed in the horizontal position (or the water might not flow through it)
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "I just installed a new icemaker filter and my water is cloudy/white?"
A. After you install a new filter (this is the case with any/all brands of filter cartridges) you should run it for a few minutes. Generally cloudy or white water indicates air in the line and this is natural and normal with a replacement of a cartridge. Air will enter in the lines and cartridge. Just run the water for a few minutes and the cloudy conditions will go away (unless you have VERY cold water in which case it is the oxygen in the water that could be making the water look cloudy). It is always a good idea to run the water free flowing for a few minutes after installing any brand or type of new filter.
Q. "While installing this filter, I realized the fittings on my tubing won't fit the quick connects that come with the filter. How do I proceed with installation?"
A. In order to complete this installation, you need to cut the tubing to remove the old fittings (cut tubing as close to the old fitting as possible). Once they are removed from the 1/4"o.d. tubing, the tubing will push into the quick connect fitting supplied with the filter.
Q. "I would rather use stainless steel braided connectors to install a new icemaker filter, but all the filters seem to come with 'quick connect' fittings. Can you help me?"
A. In order to use stainless steel braided connectors you will need to purchase an icemaker filter that has female pipe threads. We offer the # WIC made by American Plumber and the #AP717 made by AquaPure® which both have 1/4" fips (female iron pipe size) inlets and outlets.
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