WaterChef® Premium Refrigerator Filter Cartridges
Great Tasting Water from Your Refrigerator
WaterChef® Premium Refrigerator Water Filters provide you and your family with great tasting water from your refrigerator for a fraction of the cost of OEM fridge filters!
WaterChef Premium Refrigerator Filter Replacement Cartridges utilize high purity, activated carbon block technology and have a capacity of 300 gallons or 6 months per cartridge under typical water quality and usage conditions.
The WaterChef WCG-18 Premium Refrigerator Water Filter replaces the following refrigerator filters: GE: MSWF, 101820A, 101821B, WR02X12345, WR02X12801
Based on testing data with typical water contitions. Actual performance may vary.
This refrigerator filter works the same as my original filter did for so much less. I will definitely be ordering my filters from WaterChef in the future!
Discover the Difference
- Superior Chlorine Reduction & Taste
- Low Cost per Gallon (Filter more. Spend less!)
- 300 Gallon or 6 Month Rated Capacity
- Tested & Certified - NSF/ANSI Standard 42 (Trusted performance.)
- Beneficial Minerals Pass Through Freely
- BPA Free
- Quick and Easily Install (No tools needed!)
- Additional 15% OFF with Auto-Ship! (contiguous U.S.)
- FREE SHIPPING & RETURNS! (contiguous U.S.)
- 5-Star Customer Care! (We stand behind our products AND our customers!)
Because the Details Matter
300 Gal. or up to 6 Months
High Purity, Activated Carbon Block
NSF/ANSI Standard 42 for Chlorine Reduction, Material Safety & Structural Integrity
GE: MSWF, 101820A, 101821B, WR02X12345, WR02X12801
40 psig - 120 psig
34º F - 100º F (1º C - 38º C)
0.5 gal/min (1.89 L/min)
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The WaterChef WCG-18 refrigerator filter has a certified capacity of 300 gallons or up to 6 months under typical usage and water conditions.
Every filter has a limited amount of capacity for contaminant reduction. Even though water is still flowing through it and may still taste fresh, there comes a point when it is no longer providing the performance it had when new. Therefore, it is important to change the filter on time to get the best performance from it. There is nothing wrong with changing it ahead of time if you notice a return of off taste or odor similar to the tap water. A sudden or temporary change may be normal with seasonal factors or activities of the municipal water provider.
NO. Beneficial minerals (such as calcium and magnesium) pass freely through the filter, leaving you with water that is both great tasting and naturally balanced.
NO. TDS is a poor measure of water quality. TDS in drinking water is usually attributed to the amount of calcium, potassium, and magnesium that is present in your water supply. These are beneficial minerals that are known to support good health. WaterChef systems have been specifically designed to reduce unwanted contaminants while leaving these beneficial minerals in.