Brita 36178 Ultramax Filtered Water Dispenser, 18-Cup
Ideal for busy families, sports teams and the office, the convenient, 18-cup Brita® Ultramax can't be beat. A sticker indicator will let you know when it's time to replace the filter, and since it's designed to fit on the counter or in the fridge, you'll always have great-tasting water that's ready to drink.
- 18 cup capacity
- Easy-fill lid
- Sticker filter indicator
- Largest capacity system
- Fits in refrigerator & has spout for dispensing
- Comes with 1 brita filter
- Suggest replacing filter every 2 months for average family
- System reduces chlorine, mercury, copper & more
- Better for the environment than water bottles
- More economical than bottled water
- Taste: Filter out odors and impurities
- Health: Hydrate with clean filtered water
- Value: Ditch disposable bottles and save
- Sustainability: cut plastic bottle waste for good.
- Item Dimension: 14.37 L x 5.67 W x 10 H
What it filters:
- Your Brita® water dispenser helps reduce the amount of chlorine, copper, cadmium and mercury — all of which may be found in tap water. See the User’s Guide for more details.
How Often Should I Change My Brita® Filter?
- For optimum performance of your Brita® product, it's important to change your Brita® Dispenser filter every 40 gallons or 2 months. Users with hard water should increase filter changes.
How Do I Prepare And Change The Filter In My Brita® Dispenser?
Just a few simple steps and you're on your way to enjoying healthier, great-tasting water with your Brita® Dispenser – no more need to soak! Brita® Dispenser Filters (no need to soak)
- Wash hands with soap and water, then remove Brita® filter from bag
- Handwash Brita® Dispenser, lid and reservoir with mild detergent
- Hold Brita filter upright under cold, running tap water for a few seconds
- Line up the Brita® filter groove with reservoir notch, and insert
- Press firmly to ensure a tight seal
- Discard (or water plants with) first 2-3 of filtered water.
What Is The Shelf Life Of The Brita® Filter?
- The shelf life of an unused, packaged filter is indefinite. Filters should be kept in the sealed Brita® bag and stored in a cool, dry place until you’re ready to use them.