Single Element Sediment Filter
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- A single element sediment filter will preserve the life of your heater.
- Keep calcium, lime and iron out.
- Increase the lifespan of your heater while maintaining it's efficiency.
- Ships with one replaceable cartridge.
- Perfect filter for all of our tankless water heaters
- NEVER DESCALE YOUR HEATER AGAIN!
This filter is specifically designed for tankless water heaters to maintain the proper GPM flowrate which is crucial to it's performance. A single element sediment filter will preserve the life of your heater by protecting the integrity of the flow switch. The flow switch is vital to a heaters performance and longevity as the heater is switched on and off automatically over five million times in its life. Keeping the flow switch clean and free of debris is of utmost importance and will keep your heater running problem free for many years to come. In addition, this filter will keep calcium, lime and iron out of your heater's heat exchanger thus preventing the buildup of this sediment and increasing the lifespan of your heater while maintaining it's efficiency. This simple-to-install filter will save you time and money as it will enhance your heaters life expectancy and save you from costly maintenance, repairs or replacements in the future. These filters are specifically made to maintain the optimal flow rate to your heater while keeping it free of damaging debris and sediment.
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What size fittings does this filter use?
The single element sediment filter has 3/4" female connections on both sides. We recommend using shark bite fittings in order to connect your filter to either PVC or copper.
How often should I change my filter?
The frequency that you change your filter can depend on a few factors including your incoming water quality, and your frequency of water usage. We typically recommend changing your filter every 6 months. If at the 6 month mark, you notice your filter is very dirty, you may decide to change your filters more often. If at the 6 month mark you notice your filter is still clean, you may decide to give it more time between filter changes.