PSI-014S with Matrikx ™ PB1 cartridge, 0.5 micron rating for treatment of Giardia and cryptosporidium cysts as well as lead and other heavy metals treatment, a must if you have children.
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PSI-014S $191.00 with Matrikx™Pb1 cartridge, 0.5 micron rating for treatment of Giardia and cryptosporidium cysts as well as lead and other heavy metals treatment, a must if you have children. Rated for 24,000 litres chlorine & 10,000 litres lead. Now with Chloramine & VOC reduction
This cartridge is independently tested and certified for performance claims. 3 year warranty
Replacement cartridge price with us $51.50 (set) or (replacement cartridge set if ordered with unit $40.00) set
Filter system dimensions: 36cm high, 26cm wide and 14cm deep
What is in the box?
2 x Aqua-Pro 10" housing to Australian Standards AS3497 with 1/4" NPT threaded ports
1 x Twin wall mounting bracket, stainless steel with required screws
3 metres of Genuine John Guest tubing NSF certified food grade, 230 psi pressure rated.
2 x Genuine John Guest PI010822S 1/4" tube to 1/4" NPT speed fit fittings.
1 x 350KPA pressure limiting valve with John Guest fitting, complies to Watermark and Australian standards
1 x AGA pressure rated 1/4 turn brass ball valve and watermarked
3 x John Guest locking clips
1 x roll plumbers thread tape
1 x housing spanner to undo housings when required
1 x NSF listed polyspun sediment filter cartridge
1 x Matrikx pB1 carbon cartridge
1 x Instruction manual
1 x mains fitting instructions
System is pre-assembled
Product comes complete, ready for installation.
Do you know how to choose a twin undersink filtration system?
There are several factors to consider. First, you need to choose a system that uses the correct kind of filter. Price is the second factor you need to consider. This is especially true when you have a tight budget in the first place. The carbon based filtration system is very convenient to use because you are only required to replace the filters once a year. The third factor to consider is the flow rate of water produced from the system. Some water filters are only able to produce slow and thin trickles of water, and this might cause delay and annoyance. In general, a good water filter should be able to produce 2 to 4 litres of purified water per minute.