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iSpring UVF11A 10-INCH UV Ultraviolet Filter with Smart Flow Control Switch 11W, 110V

  • Smart flow sensor switch turns the UV unit on and off automatically with water flow, saving power and lengthening the life of the UV lamp.
  • Suitable solution to filtering well water and other problem water sources like water from lakes and streams.
  • 11W UV lamp in a stainless steel chamber. Includes Philips lamp made in Poland
  • Complete ADD-ON Kit, can be added to most RO systems as a final stage to the system
  • Flow rate: 1.0 GPM; Lamp lasts 8,000 hours
  • 100% SATISFIED CUSTOMERS: Extended manufacturer with lifetime personalized support from Atlanta GA. 123filter DOT com
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    • iSpring Ultraviolet UV Filter

      The UVF11A UV Water Filter is a complete add-on kit that can be added to most RO systems as a final stage. Combining a Reverse Osmosis filtration system with UV Filter provides the most complete method of water filtration available.

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      The Featuress of iSpring UV Systems

      • Double ended Philips UVC lamp
      • UV is a green alternative to chlorine disinfection.
      • Save Money - Annual lamp replacement.
      • DIY Maintenance - No disposal

    • ispring ultraviolet water filter system
      At iSpring, we look beyond technology to make drinking water accessible for all households. We provide our customers with professional water solutions to any water concerns they may have.

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      Philips UV lamp are double-ended UVC (germicidal) lamps that offers almost constant UV output over their complete lifetime.
    • uv water sterilizer
      Water resistant 304 Stainless steel housing with standard universal connection size. Compatible with most RO systems as an add on stage. Smart flow sensor turns the UV light on when you need it, off when you don't.

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      Step 1

      Plug both ends of the Philips lamp into the power sockets of the green wires.

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      Step 2

      Insert the Philips lamp into the pre-installed quartz sleeve and attach the black rubber cap to the end.

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      Step 3

      Snap the housing onto the clips.
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      Step 4

      Connect the inlet/outlet to the designed water pipes and fill with water to test for leaks.


    Product Description


    The UVF11A UV Water Filter is a complete add-on kit that can be added to most RO systems as a final stage. Combining a Reverse Osmosis filtration system with UV Filter provides the most complete method of water filtration available.
    The UVF11A features an 11 watt UV lamp shielded in a stainless steel housing versus the 6 watt lamp commonly found in other products. A flow sensor switch turns the UV unit on and off automatically with water flow, saving power and lengthening the life of the UV lamp.
    What's included:
    • Stainless steel housing with Quartz sleeve
    • 11W Germicidal UV lamp
    • 110V Electronic ballast with Smart Flow Control Switch and Rubber O-ring
    • 2 quick-fittings
    • 2 brackets to hang the filter on the wall
    • User Manual

    Why iSpring?
    iSpring Water Systems LLC is a family owned company located in Georgia, USA specializing in reverse osmosis water filtration systems. With over a decade of experience, our products include top of the line residential and commercial reverse osmosis (RO) systems, whole house water systems, ultrafiltration systems, shower, faucet, and counter top filters, filter cartridges and housings, kitchen faucets and fittings. Our aim is to make high quality drinking water accessible for all households. We hope to assist in bringing you great water for many years to come.

    • Availability: In Stock
    • Model: UVF11A
    • Manufacturer: iSpring
    Andy Blass | 5 out of 5 Stars!
    2018-06-16

    Just what I wanted, great product.
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    Biwater Inc | 5 out of 5 Stars!
    2020-01-28

    Great addition to a home-scale RO system.
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    pam smith | 5 out of 5 Stars!
    2019-12-31

    Were very pleased with this purchase! Along with the fact that the item arrived three days before the earliest projected delivery date, the actual assembly and installation of this iSpring UV system worked great.The instructions that come with the UV system are written expecting integration with a more sophisticated ballast. Our installation only uses the simple ballast supplied with this unit. If youre just going to be using the ballast with this unit, you can skip a bulk of the assembly steps outlined in the users manual.Most of trying to figure out how to assemble and install this unit required understanding how it works. At first, I thought perhaps I needed to undo the end of the unit where the black cap installs (see picture). I didnt understand that inside the unit, the glass chamber is already installed. Theres no need to disassemble anything! Just take out the UV lamp, open the bag with the green wire, and attach the wire connectors to either end of the lamp. Connect power and then press the black cap over the end of the assembly. This part of the installation is complete.This unit does not come with the 1/4" tubing. If you dont have any handy with your existing system, youll need to purchase it separately. The tube connectors are fantastic! Theres nothing to do to ensure a leak-free connection. Be sure you cut proper lengths first and do NOT expect to dry fit them! Once you press them in the fittings, they cannot be easily removed! I cut the proper lengths for our installation, pressed them between the flow control and the inlet, and then the other end of the flow control going to the water source. I then connected the faucet tube to the outlet. Once thats complete, youre done! Just mount the ballast, be sure the UV chamber is installed in a stable location, and then let the water flow!I experienced a very minor, slow leak at the elbow fittings. A simple twist to tighten them (theyre threaded into the stainless steel housing), and the leak was fixed.To ensure things are working, look at the right-angle fittings where the flow control is connected. When you turn the water on, youll hear a quiet "click" as the flow control initiates the ballast to turn the light on. Youll see the right-angle connector illuminate blue after the ballast clicks. When you turn the water off, the light goes off. Once you see the light go on and off with the water flow, you know youre installation was successful.I recommend writing on a Post-It note the date the UV light went into service and sticking it to the unit so youll know when you need to order a replacement lamp. The lamp youll need is a UVB11, and it should be replaced every 12 months.Ill explain a little bit about our installation, in case it might benefit others in a similar situation.Our installation replaced a much cheaper UV chamber attached to a three-stage filtration system. The unit we replaced was a plastic assembly with a 4W lamp that illuminated 24 hours a day. Because it was constantly on, it heated the water to a hot degree, which required us to turn the water on and wait a minute or so for the hot water to flow out. This was a waste of water and a waste of power! One tip: if you look on the Internet, youll see this unit selling for less. BE CAREFUL! This unit *is* sold for less, but without the flow control device. I strongly recommend purchasing this unit with the flow control, as shown on Amazon. Without the flow control, your UV lamp will illuminate 24 hours a day, like our old unit did. This iSpring UV system is an 11W system that blasts the water with a more powerful dose of UV light. Once you turn your water on, it disinfects more efficiently than many other cheaper units. The unit we replaced had a proprietary light and wire harness the company wanted $100 to replace each year. This was a ridiculous price! The iSpring unit youre looking at now allows for *you* to replace just the light itself, painlessly, for far, far less money (about $35 or less, at the time of this writing)!We highly recommend this unit. If we run into any problems with it, Ill post an update here. If you see no update, then you can be sure its still functioning properly.
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    Jaime Sodusta | 5 out of 5 Stars!
    2019-09-12

    Great product.
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