Brita 35530 UltraMax SMART OB24 144-Ounce Water Dispenser
The Brita 35530 UltraMax SMART OB24 144-Ounce Water Dispenser has been discontinued.
Brita doesn't offer a suitable replacement.
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Filter Life & Installation
Brita UltraMax Dispenser OB24 / 35530 Benefits:
- Holds eighteen 8-ounce glasses of clean, great-tasting, chilled water
- Fill port in the front so you can fill it up right in the fridge
- Huge capacity for less frequent fill-ups
- SMART Electronic Filter Change Indicator displays remaining filter life so you don't have to keep track of filter changes
- Package includes dispenser and one filter
The Brita #OB03 replacement pitcher filter cartridge removes the following impurities from your drinking water:
- 99.0% of Lead at pH 6.3
- 98.0% of Lead at pH 8.4
- 96.0% of Mercury at pH 6.6
- 96.0% of Mercury at pH 8.5
- 96.0% of Chlorine
- 95.0% of Cadmium at pH 6.5
- 93.0% of Cadmium at pH 8.6
- 96.8% of Copper at pH 6.5
- 80.0% of Copper at pH 8.4
- 66.0% of Zinc
The OB03 cartridge does not remove Fluoride
This filter is tested and certified by NSF International and the Water Quality Association (WQA) to meet or exceed NSF/ANSI Standards 42 & 53
Brita Pitcher Filter (Model #OB03) Filter Life:
The Brita Pitcher / Dispenser Replacement Filter #OB03 will filter up to 40 gallons of water, and should last about 2 months (for the average family).
Brita Pitcher Filter Installation:
- Remove your used filter and discard
- Open the new filter package and soak the new filter upright in cold tap water for 15 minutes
- While the filter is soaking, hand-wash the pitcher, lid, and reservoir with a mild detergent, and rinse well
- After the filter is done soaking, rinse it under cold running tap water for a few seconds
- To insert the filter into your pitcher or dispenser, line up the groove in the filter with the notch in your reservoir, and press firmly to seal
- Fill the reservoir with cold water
- Discard the first two pitchers of filtered water - or use it to water your plants
- Remember to wash your hands with soap & water before handling a new filter.
- It's normal for a new filter to be wet when you first open the package because all Brita filters are washed during the manufacturing process to prevent them from drying out.
- Abrasive cleaners can scratch your clear plastic pitcher, so try to avoid them.
- You may find carbon dust in the first few pitchers of filtered water. This is normal, and harmless.
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