You connect it to cold water. Then it provides hot water at the temperature that you have it set to. The manual should tell you the temperature range it can be set to. Typically it is set just under boiling.
Hi Janice, we cannot make any claims that our filters remove or reduce PFAS. Here’s the product specs for your reference - https://insinkerator.emerson.com/documents/f-201r-filter-replacement-specifications-en-us-5929884.pdf.
Yes, you can hook the output of the filter to provide filtered water through both the hot and cold taps.
Cord is about 24" more or less.
Yes it did
Since the only difference in the hot and cold water from the dispensers and the sink is the hot water tank in the Insinkerator Hot Water System, I suspect that the filter was not completely flushed, when you put it in service and that some of the fines from the new filter ended up in the tank. Try flushing a lot of water through the hot water tank. If the tank has a drain on it, try draining and flushing it (with the heating element off), or disconnect and remove the tank to flush it out.
Hi JAC, this instant hot water dispenser is factory preset at near-boiling 200˚F. The temperature is adjustable from 160˚F to 210˚F.
Yes. I connected an RO system (with a small tank) between the insinkerator filter and the insinkerator hot water heater/dispensor. Just confirm you have enough incoming water pressure to drive the filter and the RO system.
It sounds like the temperature setting is too high and your water supply is constricted. You are boiling off what little water is in the tank. You should be able to hold the dispenser valve open and eventually get running water that isn’t super heated. If not, your supply is restricted.
I am not sure which model the H3300 is, but I think I have a similar system. I did not like the style of hot water dispenser that came with the system; so I purchased one of the contemporary faucets. These things, in my mind, are ridiculously expensive; however, they match the décor in my kitchen and they have available faucets with both hot and tap water dispensing. Plumbing in the faucet was easy - install the filter, tee the tap water line out of the filter, run one of the lines to the hot water heater then to one side of the faucet dispenser and then run the other side of the tee to the tap water side of the dispenser. I am sure you can think of several ways you can plumb this is. The Insinkerator folks included some soft plastic tubing, but it was not enough for my installation. I had to purchase additional tubing and snap-on tee for the split. While I was looking for the additional parts, I ran across an on-off valve that I installed before the filter. That way, when I leave for a period of time, I can turn the entire system off and have no worries about the plastic lines bursting. The type of soft plastic tubing is very easy to work with - cut the tubing with a knife or scissors and the fittings just snap together. In all, installation took about an hour (Plus the trip to HD).