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    Default High Temp. Filter for Dishwasher

    I'm looking for a water filter for the hot water line to the dishwasher to filter out minerals from hard water.

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    stephanie is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by FiltersFastEmailQuestions
    I'm looking for a water filter for the hot water line to the dishwasher to filter out minerals from hard water.
    Thank you for your email. There are a couple of different systems that we offer that would reduce the minerals in your water. The best system would be a reverse osmosis system such as the RO-3500: http://www.filtersfast.com/Pentek-RO...sis-filter.asp. We also offer the WS-10 filter: http://www.filtersfast.com/Pentek-WS...ing-filter.asp that you could use with either of these housings depending upon your water line size:
    3/8" http://www.filtersfast.com/Pentek-15...er-Housing.asp
    3/4" http://www.filtersfast.com/Pentek-15...er-Housing.asp
    Neither of these systems are resistant to high temperatures. The system that we do have that will resist high temperatures will only remove chlorine and sediment:
    http://www.filtersfast.com/InSinkEra...ter-Filter.asp. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for choosing Filters Fast!

    Stephanie Wilson
    Filters Fast
    866-438-3458
    www.filtersfast.com

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    Andy CWS is offline Moderator
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    Can't quite follow your set up? Is the water you want treated hot or cold? What minerals are looking to remove? If the water is heated, how is it heated? in other words, a standard 30-gallon water heater, an instant hot continuous heater, etc.? Does you washer use cold water as well?

    What kind of dishwasher is it? Conveyor-type? how many loads per day does it wash?

    What is the hardness and iron content?

    Most minerals that inhibit dish washrs is iron and calcium both of which can be taken out by a softener. I know of one softener that is actually designed to work on hot water if you are unable to place on BEFORE the water heater.

    It is difficult to answer your question adequately without all the pertenent information.

    Let us know more.

    Andy Christensen, CWS

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