iSpring WGB21B+AH12MN16X2 2-Stage Whole House Water filter system w/ 3/4 inch Push-Fit Braided Stainless Steel Hose Connectors and Ball Valve

  • Features Odor & Chlorine Removal
  • Two Stages of filtration - removes up to 95% of VOCs, TOCs, sediment, chlorine, and other contaminants that cause foul tastes and odors.
  • 50,000 gallon capacity - replaceable carbon filter provides a full year of clean water for a family of four.
  • Standard replacement cartridges 4.5" x 10"
  • The system comes pre-assembled onto the mounting bracket for a streamlined, DIY installation. Two 12 inch 1'' MNPT X 3/4'' push-fit hoses are included to provide a hassle-free installation to any 3/4'' pipe, including Copper, PEX, or CPVC pipes.
  • Pressure release valve (allows for release of built-up pressure when changing filters). After filtering, water could be used for drinking directly, if the city water supply is already in high quality, it will bring the water quality even higher
  • Package includes - black metal bracket, two housings with caps, two filter cartridges, a 4.5 inch housing wrench, two 1'' MNPT X 3/4'' push-fit hoses, plumber's tape and a removal tool.
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    • iSpring Multi-layer filtration allows for less clogs and minimal pressure loss.

    • iSpring carbon block filter uses high quality coconut shell carbon and highly compact fabrication tech for maximum filtration efficiency and filter life.

    • Equipped with two of 12'' braided stainless steel hoses with brass valves, this iSpring Whole House system can easily be connected to copper, PEX, and CPVC pipes in any combination.
      Simply apply some plumber's tape on the male threads to connect to an iSpring Whole House Water Filtration System and push in the Copper, PEX, or CPVC pipe on the other end.
      The integrated ball valve provides quarter-turn, single handle shut-off to the water supply.

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

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: With this whole house system, do I still need to install a water softener if my water is very hard?
    A: Yes, a water softener is needed if your source water has a high level of hardness, usually with TDS higher than 700 PPM. Hard water can reduce the lifespan of whole house water filter cartridges. The harder the water, the greater amount of scale buildup occurs, and the sooner the filters get clogged.
    This whole house water filter can remove 95% of sediment, chlorine, rust, pesticides, herbicides, industrial solvents, VOCs, and various other contaminants that a regular water softener can't, although it does not soften your water. It is recommended that you install this WGB32B whole house system after your water softener to achieve optimal performance if you have hard water.
    To determine which product best suits your need, it is recommended that you get a professional water test done prior to purchase to identify the main issue of your source water.
    NOTE: Water Softeners and whole house systems usually do not lower the TDS level of the water. An additional Reverse Osmosis system may be necessary for your drinking water. Please consult iSpring professionals prior to purchase if you are unsure of which product will meet your needs.


    Q: What type of Whole House Water Filter do I need?
    A: If you are on municipal water that isn't contaminated with heavy metals like iron, manganese and lead, the WGB22B or WGB21B is the system to go with. Naturally occurring metals are a commonplace in most well water sources however, and that is where the WGB22BM or WGB22B-PB earns its keep.
    If you are on well water or have heavy metals in your municipal water supply, you may want to consider the WGB22BM or WGB22B-PB over the WGB22B. For removing the common contaminants found in the majority of municipal water supplies, however, the WGB22B fits the bill.


    Q: What flow rate should I look for?
    A: Measured in gallons per minute (GPM), flow rate determines the amount of water available to run your shower, toilet, hot water heater, dishwasher, etc. When calculating your requirements look at the demand ratings printed on your appliances and toilet. Depending on the size of your house and family your water flow rate requirements may range from 5 to 40 GPM.



    Highlight Features


      • 50,000-gallon capacity replaceable highly compact coconut shell activated carbon filter provides over half year of clean water for your entire family.


      • This whole house system removes up to 98 percent of sediment, chlorine, chloramines, chemicals and other contaminants that create color, foul tastes and odors. (Tested by SGS, 2018)


    • The WGB21B whole house filtration system is the ideal 'point of entry' filtration system for cleaning up water supplies to a home or business on contaminated municipal (city) water or chlorine-treated well water. (Tested by independent third-party to meet NSF/ANSI Standards: 42, 53 for drinking water treatment units, 2018)


    Product Description


    Style:Fine Sediment and Carbon

    The WGB21B is a great "point of entry" filtration system and excellent alternative to the larger WGB22B (4.5"X20") for smaller homes or where limited space may be a concern. Unlike "point of use" systems the WGB21B will filter water directly from your source. This means that water from every outlet in your home will have passed through this filter, providing up to 50,000 gallons of clean water for the entire family.

    The first stage of this system houses a 5-micron high-capacity polypropylene sediment filter (FP15B). This filter is responsible for removing dirt, rust, and most suspended solids, to protect and extend the life of the CTO carbon block filter.

    The second stage houses the 5-micron CTO coconut shell carbon block filter (FC15B). Block carbon is more effective than other forms of carbon in that it is finely ground up carbon packed into a solidified block. This means they have a higher density than other types of carbon filters, and are therefore more effective in removing their targeted contaminants. The carbon block filter knocks out bad tastes and odors, removes over 90% of sediment and chlorine from the water, and is highly effective on organic chemicals (VOCs) like pesticides, herbicides, and industrial chemicals.

    If you are on city water, your local water utility must meet very strict Federal and State standards for purity. Almost all municipally treated water is chlorinated, and this can affect taste and create odors in the water. The WGB21B filtration system will remove these tastes and odors. If you are on a private well or spring, you should have your water tested. You may also want to contact our technical staff in Alpharetta GA at (678) 261-7611 for help in selecting the best filter system for your water chemistry.
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Model: WGB21B+AH12MN16X2
    • Manufacturer: iSpring

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