20-inch 3 Stage Slimline Whole House Filter with GAC/KDF 85 for Iron & Hydrogen Sulfide (Sulfur) Removal
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This 20" slimline whole house filter system features 3 stages of filtration, a 5 micron sediment filter, 5 micron carbon block filter, and a GAC/KDF 85 filter on a heavy-duty steel mounting bracket. These filters combined will remove sand, particles, chlorine, chloramines, tastes, and odors from the water. Additionally, the KDF 85 enables the removal of iron and hydrogen sulfide, which has a rotten egg smell and is commonly called sulfur.
Housings with 3/4" In/Out
2.5" x 20" Sediment Filter (5µ)
2.5" x 20" Carbon Block Filters (5µ)
2.5" x 20" GAC/KDF 85 Filter
Designed for homes with 1-2 bathrooms
2.5" diameter slimline filters
Removes sediment and particulates, providing cleaner, clearer water
Filters out a wide range of tastes, odors and chemicals, including chlorine, herbicides, & pesticides
Removes chloramines, iron and hydrogen sulfide, which has a rotten egg smell and is commonly called sulfur
3/4" NPT connection is standard size in most homes
Allows for quick and easy filter changes
Provides simple pressure let off to reduce water spray when changing filters
System comes built on a white, powder-coated, heavy-duty steel mounting bracket.
Simple in/out connection and installation instructions allow most home owners to install these systems on their own
Remove a wide range of contaminants with a single system! The sediment and carbon filters used in this system are capable of removing sediment, chlorine, chloramines, pesticides, herbicides, organics, MTBE, and THM. It also removes most other chemicals, tastes and odors, and is an excellent system for general filtration. Plus, with the GAC/KDF 55 filter, you will removes iron AND hydrogen sulfide.
3 canister system provides cleaner, safer water, without electricity or waste water. Complete system includes 3/4" NPT inlet/outlet filter housings, mounting bracket, filters, shut off valve, and filter housing wrench.
DIY Installation - We provide detailed installation instructions that allow most homeowners to install this system themselves. All it takes is some basic plumbing skills and some common knowledge! If you don't feel confident installing it yourself most plumbers can install it in about 1-2 hours.