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Pentek 151122 O-Ring for Big Blue and Heavy Duty Housings


Pentek 151122 O-Ring for Big Blue and Heavy Duty Housings
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Product Information

The Pentek 151122 is compatible and interchangeable with the Culligan OR-100 and W10-OR, and is constructed from durable Buna-N; which means that the 151122 is resistant to a variety of liquids and temperatures. As o-ring maintenance is vital to preventing leaks, loss of pressure and damage to equipment, Pentek recommends replacing o-rings on a regular basis; especially, if you notice signs of wear or cracks.

Pentek 151122 Filter Specifications:

  • Part Number: 151122
  • Dimensions: 5-3/4" (Outside Diameter)
  • Bead Size: 0.170 inches
  • Thickness: 4mm, 0.157 inches
  • Material: Buna-N
  • Not compatible with Big Clear Housings

The Pentek 151122 o-ring fits standard size Big Blue/HD housings with model numbers:


  • HD-10-R50, BBS

American Plumber

  • 152014, 152015, 152016, W2015-PR, W15-PR, W2010-PR, W10-PR, WHCF-DWHBB, WWHC, 152017, 152022


  • HD-950, HD-950A


  • 150237, 150239, 150469


Customer Reviews:

Total Reviews: 4 | Average Rating: 5.0 / 5.0

Every three mouths change filter

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good product, no problems

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Buy food grade silicon spray and lube the O-rings and sump threads before assembly. If lubed, the O-rings are reusable. You should still have spares. Especially if you don't have a bypass and need to get water back on in the house!

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Marty is correct in everything he says above.

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