RO filter carbon cartridge replacement time.

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RO filter carbon cartridge replacement time.

Post  liquidg on 15th August 2014, 10:40 am

Guys some of you are aware of this already, so this is not for you.
As you can see mine is only a three stage but through testing accounts for all soluble metals to 004 or what ever it was, which is very good.
On average your carbon cartridge should be changed each six months due the extreme damage the cholamine/chlorine does to the RO filter bladder/cartridge. If you protect your RO bladder it should last 4 to 6 years no worries!

Try to always use coconut carbon if you can!
Open container.


My old one next to a new one.


New ones along with a new sediment cartridge to last me two years.


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