Pentek US-1500 Monitored Filtration System
The Pentek US-1500 is an intelligent water filtration solution that includes an electronic reminder for when it is time to replace the NSF certified filter that reduces 43 different VOCs, lead, cysts, mercury, asbestos, in addition to chlorine taste and odor. Under the sink and out of sight, clean water for use during cooking or drinking is always within reach.
Pentek US-1500 replacement for the following:
- Culligan SY-2650 Undersink Drinking Water Filter System.
Pentek US-1500 specifications:
- Dimensions: 9.18"x4.70"x12.72"
- Flow Rate: .6 GPM
- Min/Max Temperature: 40-100 Fahrenheit
- Capacity: 1,000 gallon; 6 months
- Cold water use only
Pentek US-1500 removes/reduces:
- Reduces 99% of dissolved lead
- Removes over 99.95% of cysts (Giardia & Cryptosporidium)
- Reduces chlorine taste odor and odor
- Reduces sediment and particulates
- Reduces mercury, chemicals, VOC, pesticides, and herbicides
The Pentek US-1500 includes the filter system, P-250 cartridge set, installation hardware (mounting screws, T-adaptor, and quick-connect elbows), the SW-5 housing wrench, 9 volt battery for electronic monitor, a lead-free faucet, and 1/4" plastic tubing. Part number 160288.
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good price point
JD - Virginia
This model costs half as much as the other 11 systems I priced: under $50 per year to treat 1000 gallons of water, assuming the unit lasts seven years. The American Plumber WLCS-1000 is comparable. Both have also been independently tested and certified by California's residential water filter certification program. I read web claims that bacteria like to grow on carbon filters (whether carbon block or GAC) however, that doesn't help me choose what water filter to buy, because all 11 of the filters that California certified will remove the contaminants in my water use carbon. One uses UV as well, supposedly to kill any bacteria that could grow in the carbon and sediment. I would like that feature, but it bumps the price up to $193 per year. Instead I'm going to change the filter twice as often as the manufacturer recommends, which will cost me only an extra $20 per year.