R5 Water Filters - 10" Stainless Steel Single-Stage 3/4" BRASS Outlet/Inlet
Stainless Steel upgrade of the R5 10" Single-Stage Water Filter with ¾” Brass Outlet/Inlet.
Single-Stage Housing($93.43 )
Sediment Filter($3.99 )
Chlorine Removal($15.98 )
Chloramine Removal($16.98 )
Well Water($15.98 )
Fluoride & Heavy Metal Removal($17.98 )
Discoloration Removal($15.98 )
- Firebrand™ Coconut GAC 12x30 AW - for chlorine removal
- Firebrand™ Catalytic GAC 20x50 - for chloramine removal
- Firebrand™ Wood-based GAC 8x16 - for well water
- Firebrand™ Bonechar 8x24 - for Fluoride and Heavy Metal removal
- Firebrand™ Anthracite GAC 4x10 - for Discoloration removal
- Firebrand™ Catalytic GAC 12x40 - for Sulfur Odor/Taste removal
- Firebrand™ PP cartridges – a sediment pre-filter
Starting out you can:
Purchase a pre-filled Refillable Cartridge with the media of your choice. Or
Purchase the Empty Refillable Cartridges and then choose the filter media that best matches your water contamination.
- Simply remove the end cap, the retainer, and add the right media.
- The universal ¾” Inlet/Outlet Brass Ports will accommodate all standard types of water connections.
- Also included: a wall-mounting bracket and the canister wrench.
Many municipalities add chlorine or chloramines to the water supply, which, in addition to having an unpleasant odor, can damage and dry your skin and hair. By filtering chlorine, chloramines, and other contaminants, you'll enjoy cleaner, spring-like water from every tap in the house.
Today's worldwide water supply is becoming increasingly contaminated with hundreds of different pollutants and toxins. Conservation of our fresh water supply has never been so important. R5 Water Filters™ insure:
- Great tasting water
- Better than bottled water from every tap in your home
- At a fraction of the cost
- Better tasting food
- Does NOT waste water
- Requires NO electricity
- NO drain required
- Easy installation (inside or outside)
- 90-day satisfaction guarantee
- Limited Lifetime warranty on housing and parts
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