Claryum® Direct Connect

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Aquasana

Claryum® Direct Connect

AQ-MF-1

Easy to install, fast-flowing filter connects directly to your existing faucet to reduce 78 contaminants.

Best Price*
Cost Per Gallon*
$0.10
System
$124.99
Replacement
$80.00
Performance
Total Contaminants Reduced
78
Certified
NSF 42, 53, 401
Capacity
784 gal
Flow Rate (gpm)
1.5

Claryum Direct Connect is Aquasana’s easy to install, fast-flowing water filter that connects directly to your existing faucet for instant access to clean, healthy water for 784 gallons or up to 6 months. Aquasana’s Claryum filtration technology is IAPMO certified to NSF/ANSI Standards 42, 53, and 401, for the reduction of over 97% of chlorine and chloramines, 99% of microplastics and lead, and 96% of PFOA/PFOS. It’s also certified to reduce mercury, chlorine-resistant cysts, herbicides, pesticides, VOCs, pharmaceuticals, and more. In all, it tackles 15X more contaminants than the leading pitcher filter. Claryum’s selective filtration technology retains naturally occurring beneficial minerals found in water like calcium, potassium, and magnesium for healthier, more delicious water. One large, powerful filter combines activated and catalytic carbon with ion-exchange and sub-micron filtration, so water is expertly filtered to reduce 78 contaminants while retaining beneficial minerals. One filter replaces more than 6,250 plastic water bottles. Get instant access to filtered water from any existing faucet – no dedicated faucet required. Claryum Direct Connect attaches to your cold water line to filter water for drinking, washing vegetables, watering plants, and more. With easy installation, this is the perfect filter for DIYers.

Key Contaminants Removed:
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Lead
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Chlorine/Chloramines
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PFOA/PFOS
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Pesticides & Herbicides
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VOCs
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Pharmaceuticals
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Cysts
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Microplastics
Other Benefits:
  • Eco-friendly
  • 90-day satisfaction guarantee
  • 1-year warranty
  • Easy install
  • Replacement subscription option
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