Excellent value for lower cost

The CX9000 delivers excellent filtration at a reduced cost. This product provides the same 0.5-micron filtration as the TX9000 without the extra stage of activated carbon for VOC/THM reduction, thus offering greater longevity at a lower cost. The CX9000 is designed and NSF certified for a flow rate of 0.5 gallons / minute and should be used with a dedicated filtered water faucet. It is the perfect choice to make a dramatic difference in drinking water quality when cost is a vital factor.

Cartridge: Replace periodically.


System: First-time purchase includes head assembly.


Pharmaceutical-grade 0.5-micron membrane filtration. (See below for what this takes out.)

Near-total reduction of cysts, oxidized iron, manganese, sulfides, and asbestos fibers.

Requires a dedicated dispenser.

Estimated cartridge longevity: 6 months.

See below for NSF certified (Standards 42 and 53) contaminant reduction claims.

Good to know

What it filters

How it works

The CX9000’s rated capacity of 1500 gallons is based upon 200% NSF-certified claims.  This means you will get a lot of use out of a single cartridge.
This product is NSF certified for near total reduction of:

  • Chlorine, Chloramines, Chlorine taste and odor.
  • Lead (below the Federal Action Level of 15 ppb.)
  • Near-total reduction of cysts (including Cryptosporidium, Giardia, and Entamoeba), oxidized iron, manganese and sulfides, and asbestos fibers.

Through Everpure’s exclusive precoat process, water flow automatically coats the unique Micropure® filter membrane, a proprietary blend of ultra-fine activated carbon. The CX9000’s Ultrafiltration Membrane Chamber flow removes virtually all particulates down to 0.5 micron (at least 999 parts per thousand). 


Technical Specs & documentation

Operating pressure
10 - 125 psi
Operating temperature
35 - 100°F (2 - 38°C)
System: 15¾”H x​​ 4”W x 4½”D
Cartridge: 14¾”H x 3¼”W x 3¼”D

  • Always allow minimum 2.5" clearance below the installed system to accommodate cartridge replacement.
  • Note: All filters are designed to operate in municipal water conditions -- which is how most people in the US get their water.  If your water source is a private well, these filters are not what you need.  Let us know if you need further assistance on this topic.