SpringWell Whole House Water Filter System Review

Urban residents have the luxury of treated water at their homes. However, due to aging infrastructure, increasing water pollution and the presence of new types of contaminants in water, you need additional protection and filtration at your homes. SpringWell provides an excellent filtration solution for you in the shape of a Whole House Water Filter System. Its latest, effective and efficient technology ensures that you get pure, healthy, odorless, and better-tasting water right at your taps.

In this review, we will examine the whole house filtration system designed specifically for city residents.

Whole House Water Filter System Review

  • Filtration Capacity: 1,000,000 gallons/10 years
  • Flow rate: 12 GPM
  • Best for: suspended particles, chlorine, chloramines, PFOA, PFAS, PFOS, pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, VOCs, and chemicals

More Features: It comes with a bigger water tank to generate more flow rate with great pressure. So, you get an excellent flow rate to enjoy your shower.

SpringWell Water Filter

Filtration Capabilities

The unit can remove suspended particles, chlorine, chloramines, PFOA, PFAS, PFOS, pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, VOCs, chemicals, and other harmful contaminants from water.

Filtration Mechanism

The system uses a 4-stage filtration mechanism with the help of 2 tanks to remove the contaminants from the water. The filtration design is different from the majority of the filtration systems available in the market. This unique design adds value and effectiveness to your system and results in the best quality of water. The 4 stages of the system are explained below

Stage 1: Sediment Filtration Stage – The first stage in a small separate tank uses a 5-micron filtration media to remove suspended particles like sand, silt, dust, rust, and any other sediment in the water.

Stage 2: KDF Filtration Stage – It consists of a copper/zinc filtration media which removes chlorine and heavy metals. This stage ensures that your water does not have chlorine taste and smell in the water. Municipal treatment centers add chlorine for disinfecting the water. Heavy metals also add color and odors to your water.

Stage 3: Coconut Shell Carbon Filtration Stage – At the 3rd stage, organic contaminants like chemicals, fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides, and other harmful VOCs are removed from the water.

Stage 4: Flex Bed Filtration Stage – The 4th stage increases the contact time to remove channels from the water and any residual chlorine. It polishes your water to taste better, remove odors, and produce water with a consistent taste.

Filtration Capacity

The filter has a capacity of filtering 1,000,000 gallons of water for 10 years. You need to replace/change the main tank’s filtration media after filtering 1,000,000 gallons of water or 10 years (whichever comes first). The pre-filter (sediment filter) needs to be changed every 6-9 months, depending upon the quality of water and your usage. 

Flow Rates

Depending upon your usage, you can select from three different types of models. We will discuss the flow rates in relation to the number of washrooms in your home.

  • Model # 0948
  • Number of Washrooms: 1-3
  • Flow Rate: 9 Gallons per minute
  • Tank Width: 9 inch
  • Tank Height: 48 inches (52 inches with head)
  • Model # 1054
  • Number of Washrooms: 4-6
  • Flow Rate: 12 Gallons per minute
  • Tank Width: 10 inch
  • Tank Height: 54 inches (58 inches with head)
  • Model # 1354
  • Number of Washrooms: 7+
  • Flow Rate: 20 Gallons per minute
  • Tank Width: 13 inch
  • Tank Height: 54 inches (58 inches with head)

Heavy models have a bigger tank height and width. It helps in generating more flow rate and power. SpringWell has ensured that every washroom in the house gets an excellent flow rate, so you get to enjoy your shower. With such powerful flow rates, you can also work in the kitchen conveniently at the same time.

Technical Details

All the variants can handle a pressure of 25-80 PSI and operate at a temperature of 36-120 F.  The first two models listed above have a connection size of 1 inch; the last model has a connection of 1.5 inches. It helps in generating more flow rate.

Installation

Installing the system is not a difficult thing to do. You can manage a DIY installation if you have basic knowledge about the plumbing and piping system of your house. All the things needed for installation are included in the box. You will get the following:

  • Pre-filter housing
  • A 5-micron sediment filter
  • O-rings
  • Mounting bracket
  • Spanner wrench
  • Hose bib assembly
  • Bypass valve
  • 1-inch MNPT fittings

A detailed written installation guide can be downloaded from here:

Refer to the video below to see a real-time installation of the SpringWell whole house filtration system.

Warranty

SpringWell offers a lifetime warranty on fittings, filtration media, tanks, housings bypass valves, and in/out heads. They are covered for material and workmanship under normal use. Warranty is not valid in case of any modification, mishandling, or abuse of the system. A lifetime warranty is an excellent feature to consider while buying the filter because it increases the value of your money and gives you peace of mind.

Benefits of SpringWell Whole House Filtration System

  • Better tasting water
  • Soft skin and healthy hair
  • Better tasting food and beverages
  • High Flow Rate
  • Excellent filtration capacity
  • Can be used with a UV purification system
  • Lifetime Warranty

Well water problems? Check out this: SpringWell Whole House Well Water Filtration System Review

Our Opining and Verdict

SpringWell has always been on the front foot when it comes to producing quality filtration systems. It is time to say goodbye to water problems for urban residents. All you have to do is to install the system, change the pre-filter every 6-9 months, and leave the rest to SpringWell. You will be amazed by the excellent results it will give you and then further astonished by its durability and reliability. We rate this product at 9.6 out of 10.

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