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Comparison of iSpring Top Three Whole House Water Systems

Posted On 05/21/2020 By iSpring Water Systems
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Water is the main ingredient of life and every single person has the right to clean drinking water. Unfortunately, tap water in many households is untreated and full of contaminated metals such as chlorine, MgS04, CaCO3 and other sediment particles that are harmful. This same tap water is used in cooking, gardening, and other household chores.

There is a significant chance that all of these metals and contaminants are making their way into your house in one way or the other. Your water filtration system should not only purify your drinking water, but should also be cleaning the water running from all of the taps and showers in your home.

Benefits of Whole House Water Filtration Systems

  • Installation of a whole house water filtration system purifies the water flowing from every tap, ensuring that it is clean, healthy, and odor-free.
  • Chlorine, magnesium, and dirt sediments leave a bad smell and taste. A good filtration system eliminates these impurities from water; making your water completely odorless, light, and drinkable.
  • Filtered water keeps your dishes contaminant-free; removing all the impurities that untreated water leaves behind on your utensils.
  • Untreated water makes your skin dry, resulting in possible hair loss, and can leave stains on your bathroom appliances such as bathtubs and toilets. Filtered water will keep your skin and hair healthy and your home equipment clean.
  • Using impure water to wash your clothes may result in unnecessary wear and tear. On the other hand, using filtered water in your laundry will increase the lifespan of your clothes and keeps the fabric soft and new for a longer period of time.
  • When you use filtered water to clean your house you reduce the number of acidic ions in the air of your home. This will keep you and the overall atmosphere of your home healthier.
  • The home appliances that use water for cleaning or washing often become rusty and stained due to the chemicals in the unfiltered water. Purified water keeps your appliances clean and durable for a longer period of time.
  • Whole house water filtration systems also ensure that every faucet in your house has a flow of pure and healthy water. No matter which room you are in you will be able to pour yourself a fresh glass of water without having to rush to a specially designated water dispenser.
  • Your house plants also need pure water and a filtration system will keep your plants healthy and growing.
  • Filtered water also keeps your swimming pool cleaner than unfiltered water will.
  • We trust that our whole-house filter systems will make a lasting contribution to the health of you and your home. We have listed our top three systems with their key features below. Order them from our website now and step up your lifestyle!

    Comparison of The Top Three Whole House Water Systems by iSpring

    All three models come in three versions - a basic version with sediment and carbon filters, and two advanced versions with either an iron and manganese reducing filter or a lead reducing filter. They are all easy to maintain and remove up to 95% of all contaminants from your water.

    iSpring WGB21B series

  • Compact and space-efficient. Dimensions of only 10”x4.5”. Two stage filtration system.
  • Has a 50,000-gallon capacity and will provide you with clean water for almost six months.
  • WGB21B (sediment filter + carbon filter): captures dirt, sand, silt, dust, rust, and scale particles. Knocks out cloudiness as well as bad tastes and odors, and removes over 90% of chlorine.
  • WGB21BM (carbon filter + iron & manganese reducing filter): removes chlorine, cloudiness, bad tastes and odors, and reduces iron (max 3.0 -> 0.01 ppm) and manganese (max 1.0 -> 0.01 ppm).
  • WGB21B-PB (carbon filter + lead reducing filter): removes chlorine, cloudiness, bad tastes and odors. Has a filtration capacity of 80k gal at 100 ppb for lead.
  • iSpring WGB22B series

  • A similar model to the WGB21B, but with a larger size (20”x4.5”) and a larger capacity - 100,000-gallons. This series also has two stages of filtration.
  • The larger capacity will provide clean water for your entire family.
  • WGB22B (sediment filter + carbon filter): captures dirt, sand, silt, dust, rust, and scale particles. Knocks out cloudiness as well as bad tastes and odors, and removes up to 99% of chlorine.
  • WGB22BM (carbon filter + iron & manganese reducing filter): removes up to 99% chlorine, cloudiness, bad tastes and odors, and reduces iron (max 3.0 -> 0.01 ppm) and manganese (max 1.0 -> 0.01 ppm).
  • WGB22B-PB (carbon filter + lead reducing filter): removes chlorine, cloudiness, bad tastes and odors. Has a filtration capacity of 150k gal at 100 ppb for lead.
  • iSpring WGB32B series

  • 3-stage whole house water filtration systems with 20" x 4.5" filters
  • It has a 100,000-gallon capacity; enough to supply a family of four with clean water for a full year.
  • WGB32B (sediment filter + dual carbon filters): captures dirt, sand, silt, dust, rust, and scale particles. Knocks out cloudiness as well as bad tastes and odors, and removes up to 99% of chlorine. This filter is the best option for source water with a heavy chlorine taste or smell.
  • WGB32BM (sediment filter + carbon filter + iron & manganese reducing filter): captures dirt, sand, silt, dust, rust, and scale particles. Removes up to 99% chlorine, cloudiness, bad tastes and odors, and reduces iron (max 3.0 -> 0.01 ppm) and manganese (max 1.0 -> 0.01 ppm).
  • WGB32B-PB (sediment filter + carbon filter + lead reducing filter): captures dirt, sand, silt, dust, rust, and scale particles. Removes chlorine, cloudiness, bad tastes and odors. Has a filtration capacity of 150k gal at 100 ppb for lead.


  • All three products are top-notch, but which one caught your eye and why? We would love to hear from you. Visit us at www.123filter.com for more information!

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