Water Filter by:
Watts
Version:
WH-LD
Price:
$41.19

Reviewed by:
Rating:
5
On May 22, 2014
Last modified:March 23, 2016

Summary:

If you're looking for a whole house water filter that is reasonably priced but can help you reduces sediment, dirt, and rust, then the Watts WH-LD Premier Whole House Filter System is what you need. It is of high quality and comes with metal inserts to screw in the plumbing fittings. The O-Ring Seal is Outstanding and the unit seats without leaks with minimal effort after filter replacement. The Unit is clear so you can see the condition of the filter at all times. It has a built in bypass valve as well as a shut off so you can still have running water while you are changing the filter.

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Watts WH-LD Premier Whole House Filter System [Review]

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The Watts WH-LD Premier Whole House Filter with Integrated By-Pass lessens Sediment, Dirt, Corrosion, & Suspended Particles.This water treatment system treats all of the water entering your home, taking out sediment and various other particles that could harm your water conditioner, prematurely foul a carbon filter or destroy the plumbing fixtures and valves.With the built in bypass shutoff system upkeep is and simple and does not call for closing off the water to the house in order to complete.Here’s what some customers have to say about the Watts WH-LD Premier Whole House Filter:

“The install was easy and the filter works great.” – Kenneth”Changing filters in this unit is VERY simple – – just turn the valve on top to “Off”, and using the spanner wrench unscrew the clear housing.” – R.H.”Water quality is clean and clear and now I don’t have to take apart faucets to remove clogging rust particles during the year.” – Ed Caputo”I bought this filter to replace an older filter that had a leaking pressure relief valve. The shutoff/bypass valve is easy to turn even under pressure. The clear filter cup is very usefull. I have well water and I’ve always known my filters don’t last long. Now with the clear filter cup I can see how bad the incoming water is.” – Kenneth

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Features:

  • Reduces Sediment, Dirt, & Rust
  • Built in By-Pass Valve
  • Includes 3 filters and Wrench
  • Stainless Steel inserts for easy installation
  • NSF Tested & Certified

FAQs:

Q: What else do you need to order to install this?Ans: You can use the Culligan UB-1 Mounting Bracket and the Watts 5 micron five count filter pack for about $14.  Each filter is good for about 6000 gallons (about 3 months).  I think the product number on the Watts filters are 500299.  I bought the filter and bracket both on AmazonQ: Does this filter get rid of chlorine in the water?Ans: As the other people have said, you need charcoal to remove chlorine. A filter without charcoal such as the one that comes with product will only take out sediment and rust. It is not advisable to use a charcoal filter for a whole house water filter anyway. Chlorine inhibits bacterial growth. If you remove chlorine, it is possible to get growth of bacteria in the water lines. especially lines that don’t get used very often. It’s fine to put a charcoal filter on the tap you drink water out of or the special shower head ones, but not for the whole house. Also, you would probably need a larger whole house filter than this since a charcoal filter that would fit in this housing would restrict flow well below what you would need. The 50 micron filter that comes with this is the smallest you probably would want. I think it rated at about 10 to 12 gallons per minute.Q: What is the flow rate of the unit, and what would the typical residencial home need?Ans: Not sure of the flow rate maybe their site can tell you that specific info. I have a pressure gauge on my line and tested before and after installation, and there was no drop in pressure or flow. I have city water and I replace mine every three months. With that schedule there is never a flow issue.

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Amazon Price: $47.35 $39.25 You save: $8.10 (17%). (as of August 22, 2017 5:43 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

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