Filter Housings and Housing Parts

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Filter Housings and Housing Parts

Filter Housings and Housing Parts Standard Size 2.5" Filter Housings. Available in 10" (most common) and 20" sizes. Flow rate maximums are 38 litres/min for the 5" and 10" housings up to 76 litres/min for the 20" housing flow rate to 160 litres/min. 

Our filter specialists make sure that we stock only the best Filter Housings, and that is why you can order for your water filter system from us with confidence. Because of our bulk purchasing arrangements with Filter Housings suppliers, we get a great discount on every order, a discount that we pass on to you in the form of lower prices for every Filter Housings that we carry. Coupled with our renowned customer service and $7 flat rate shipping Australia wide, it is easy to see why so many trust us when they need to order their Filter Housings. You want not only low prices but excellent service, and that is what we promise to provide when you order a Filter Housings or other part from our extensive catalog. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you today, and we invite you to contact us if you have any questions about your Filter Housings or other water system component. You can also click on Filter Housings on this page to get more specifications on it. Water Filter for Fridge has a large range of water system products s available at the best price that suit almost all systems.

Water Filter for Fridge stocks water system products from leading manufacturer including LG, Miele, Maytag, Amana, Samsung, Jennair, Kleenmaid, Daewoo, Bosch, GE, Westinghouse, Samsung, Electrolux, Fisher &Paykel,Doulton®,FiltaMate Apex Valves and Whirlpool. We are the leaders in fridge filters, supplying only quality original and Korean made generic filters. Some of our filter models include Aqua Blue H2O, Clean & Clear, PuriClean II, Cuno, 3M, GE Smartwater, Eco Aqua, Water Sentinel and many more. If you are looking for a fridge filter then you have come to the right place. Remember your fridge is an important asset, therefore it is recommended that you replace your fridge filter every six months or when the change filter light comes on.

If you cannot find what you are looking for, simply contact us on 1300 767 072 or 02 9695 7740 and will be very happy to assist you in finding the right fridge filter for you. Fridge Filters Sydney - Refrigerator Water Filters Sydney - Fridge Filters Gold Coast - Fridge Filters Brisbane - Fridge Water Filters Melbourne- Fridge filters Adelaide.

Reconsider your water source. Not all drinking water is created equal. Water tastes differently depending on its source, and perhaps your impression of water is based on having only tried one or two specific types. Some differences are subtle, some are obvious immediately, while some take a bit of faith that there is something "special" about the water according to your beliefs or preferences. Here are some of the principal sources of water:[3]

  • Mains or tap water: This water is usually treated and you can often taste the chemicals. Chlorine is the most well-known treatment agent and few people enjoy its distinctive after-taste. Chlorine kills microorganisms in the water but it can also deplete your body of certain vitamins and harm your beneficial intestinal flora.[4]Filter such water before drinking it. Note that while boiling water will kill most germs, it won't remove chemicals. However, as the chlorine used in water treatment is generally in a gaseous form, one easy way to reduce the chlorine content is to refrigerate the water overnight. The chlorine gas is released and the water tastes better chilled.
  • Filtered water: Filters can go directly on a tap (faucet) or the water can be filtered through a jug, watercooler, or other system. Filters tend to be charcoal and reverse-osmosis, though there are other types. Most filters need to be changed regularly to ensure effectiveness. This water usually tastes much better than water straight from the tap. See How to choose a home water filter for more information.
  • Well water: Provided you know that the source of this water is pure and clean as clean, this can be a fantastic way to get the trace minerals your body needs. However, well water is extremely easily contaminated so you need to be constantly vigilant and test it often. If it's confirmed good, then enjoy it as it will usually be very pleasant tasting water.
  • Distilled water: This water has been heated into steam and then collected and condensed back to water. It's great for an iron and machinery but it's not good as drinking water. Distilled water has no minerals and will pull minerals from your body and cooked foods.[5] While it's fine to drink it if you have no choice (such as camping or traveling), don't drink it regularly or you may find your essential minerals have been depleted.
  • Spring or mineral water: This water is usually collected from underground water springs containing soluble matter (minerals) and bottled for home use. It is usually chosen because is has a superior taste and is filled with minerals. Provided the company is subject to tests, you are also reassured that the quality of the water is excellent; if you own your own spring, test it regularly to ensure its purity. Whether or not this is a good choice is dependent on quite a number of factors. Do you know if the company has treated the water post collection? If so, how (e.g., filtration, chlorination)? Has anything more been added to it (e.g., carbonation for bubbles)? And what containers has it been placed in for transportation and storage? Plastics and water are considered a bad combination, as plastics may leach. If you have your own spring, or you have a commercial source of good repute, spring water can be a great tasting water source.
  • Bottled water: Similar to spring water in some respects, some even claiming to be spring or artesian sourced, bottled water is now considered a bit of a pariah in the water supply industry. The use of plastics, the worries about chemical leaching, the landfill problems with disposed bottles, and the ridiculous bottling of municipal water and selling it for a hundred times its original cost have placed a dent in this way of consuming water. However, there are good points to consider too - in some places, bottled water is the only safe source of drinking water and when traveling, this water will keep you hydrated and away from contamination problems. There are also more eco-friendly bottle options, such as glass and safer plastics, so be a savvy consumer and make a good choice to weigh up the real costs behind consuming bottled water. On the whole, most bottled waters will taste fine, although if the plastic has a strong odor, it's likely the water will also taste of it (and that should worry you).
  • Hard water with water softener added: Hard water concerns householders as the high level of minerals stop shampoos and soaps from lathering well. The problem resides in the solution – by adding water softener to the system, your soap starts showing suds again but the high sodium content makes this water less than optimal for regular consumption. Consider this when worrying about hard water!