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Water Filters, Systems and Cartridges

Water filters are devices designed to remove impurities and contaminants from tap water, making it safer and more enjoyable to drink. With the increasing concerns over tap water quality, investing in a good water filter has become a necessity.

Types of Water Filters:

- Pitcher filters: These are affordable and easy to use. Simply fill the pitcher with tap water and let the filter do its job.

- Faucet-mounted filters: These filters attach directly to your kitchen faucet, providing filtered water with just a flip of a switch.

- Under-sink filters: These filters are installed under your kitchen sink and provide a steady supply of filtered water for drinking and cooking.

- Whole-house filters: These filters provide filtered water throughout your entire home, from every faucet and showerhead.

Benefits of Using a Water Filter:

- Improved taste: Filtered water tastes better, making it more enjoyable to drink.

- Better health: Filters remove harmful contaminants like lead, chlorine, and bacteria, improving your overall health.

- Environmentally friendly: Filtering your own water reduces the need for plastic bottled water, reducing waste and helping the environment.

- Cost-effective: Investing in a water filter saves money in the long run, as you no longer need to purchase bottled water.

Investing in a good water filter is a wise choice, providing numerous benefits for your health, wallet, and the environment. With so many different types of filters available, finding the right one for your needs has never been easier. Choose a water filter today and start enjoying cleaner, healthier, and better-tasting water.

KleenWater Consumer Water Filter Selection Guide

How to Choose a Water Filter

Kleenwater™ has put together this brief guide, for consumers, to help simplify the water filter selection process. There are many variables to consider when choosing a water purification system or replacement filter cartridge. The following information is our attempt to help simplify your decision making process.

Whole House or Point of Entry Water Filters

The purpose of a whole house water filter is to treat all water to a dwelling by installing a water filter where the main water source enters the home. This type of filtration is great for treating all the water sources in a property but it requires a filter system that can handle large amounts of water without restricting the flow. If the system is too small or if you try to filter fine particles and chemicals you may find the flow rate measured in gallons per minute (GPM) will become severely reduced. You may also need to replace filters more often. It is important to choose the correct size and type of filter according to your filtration needs.

Point of Use Water Filters

A point of use water filter is installed to directly target a particular area or problem. This commonly includes under sinks, showers, refrigerators and dishwashers. There is less water usage in these areas which allows for smaller filters and smaller particle filtration.

Common Water Problems

Home water filtration problems commonly include chlorine, rust, staining, corroded pipes, clay, cysts, dirt / sediment, iron, acid, rotten egg odor and bad tasting water. Solving a water problem is best done by choosing the most appropriate type of water filter cartridge. Cartridges use different filtration techniques, materials and media to purify water.

Types of Water Filter Cartridges and Cost

The less expensive melt blown polypropylene, string wound and pleated filters are most often used to filter dirt, rust and sediment. Carbon block filters are good for chlorine, odor and chemical removal. They are generally more expensive because they use more expensive media and are more complicated to construct. Hybrid filters which can solve all of the above problems are generally the most expensive.

Cartridge Micron Ratings

The most common filter cartridge ratings range between .5 to 100 microns. 5 micron cartridges are by far the most popular. They provide superior filtration while allowing a reasonable GPM flow rate. Smaller micron ratings mean better entrapment capability. A smaller micron rating will also mean a filter may have to be changed more frequently along with providing a slower gallon per minute flow rate.

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