Now, you can keep your water protected from 1000+ water contaminants with the help of iSpring RCC7 5-Stage RO system!
It’s small in construction and includes 5 steps of filtration, that we shall understand in detail. This under-sink type model includes a water filter and a softener which is capable of removing 99% of the contaminants.
Installation was easy. You won’t need any additional tool for this purpose but the manual instructions were really confusing to me. But what matters is the effort you put in. I got it done by myself without taking anyone’s assistance.
iSpring RCC7 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis System Review
The compactness of the iSpring RCC7 model gives it a nice fit for all the under-sink installations. There are multiple layers of filtration that keeps your water safe from contaminants including arsenic, chlorine, fluoride, lead, giardia, mercury, hormones, etc.
Well, the first filter has a transparent housing around it, therefore you could do a sediment check whenever you want to.
This will also help you in knowing when to change the filters before the contaminants get into your drinking water!
It is FREAKING EASY to install this iSpring RO model, and it will be much easier and smoother for you if you are already aware of the basic plumbing.
If you are a DIY kind of person, then you can get this efficient reverse osmosis system setup within 2 hours.
Those who are going to try on the installation, like for the first time then check out the installation videos as they will be more useful to you than the written instructions.
The user manual didn’t impress me, steps are not clearly mentioned. Again, the manual doesn’t differentiate the 5-stage and 7-stage iSpring models. To cut in short, no need to refer the manual.
You can check out the videos, or even contact the iSpring customer care team to help you out with the installation. Use a Teflon tape during the installation to ensure that the system doesn’t have any leakage.
Stages of Filtration
iSpring comes with a 5-stages of filtration which means that water is passed through 5 steps before it reaches the final destination. Now, all the filters used up in the process are capable of blocking large as well as small water particles.
To start with, there are 3 pre-filters which can be also called the sediment filter. This filter removes out large contaminants from the water that can cause harm to the RO membrane inside. First, the bigger contaminants are removed so that mild water is passed onto the membrane.
The resulting water from the previous filtering now enters the RO membrane section. This filtering will remove contaminants which are as small as 0.0001-micron size.
Finally, the water undergoes the GAC filter which is the activated carbon filter. They will simply polish the water before it comes out of the faucet for your use.
Now, the resulting water of the system will be clean and drinkable. It will be devoid of any hardness, and there won’t be any sodium too!
What does it remove?
In easy words, iSpring RCC7 removes 99% of all the basic water contaminants which includes lead, fluoride, asbestos, chlorine, giardia, calcium, bacteria, arsenic, viruses, and many more. You will just feel like you are having a bottled water, it will be that clear and safe to use.
- Tested and certified by the WQA
- Filters, Tanks and the tubing comply with the FDA and NSF standards
- Removes a lot of contaminants – small as well as large particles
- Make fresh coffee, tea, and even use the water for ice-cubes!
- Water-efficient model, thus you will have lower water bills.
- Easily fits below the sink area
- Installation may take some time
- Not much Budget-Friendly
So, iSpring RCC7 is a fair choice as per my opinion. It has a fair set of goods and a few drawbacks there. But that’s fine, unless and until it affects the performance. There are no system issues so far, which is great!
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