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    DIY Senior Member Mikebarone's Avatar
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    Default Information on a reusable whole house water filter:

    My parents are on a well that produces a lot of sand and silt. They had installed a typical whole house water filter, but because of the amount of sand and silt in the water, they had to change the filter about every five days.
    I found this washable and reusable bag type filter on the internet. The manufacture states that you can wash it in the washing machine over 100 times. You can order different filtration size filters; my parents ordered a 25 micron, and a 10 micron, and are using the 10 micron now. The filter has been installed for about a month now and so far, so good. I did install two pressure gages, one on the inlet side, and one on the out let side. This is so a reading difference between the two can be done, and therefore they can tell when the filter is getting full.

    Hope this info is helpful for someone,

    Mike

    Here is the web site:

    http://us.bookmarks.yahoo.com/pages/...Khkd%252BQAl1A
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    Can you post a direct link -- not via Yahoo?

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    DIY Senior Member Mikebarone's Avatar
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    Default Web site to the whole house filters and more...

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    Can you post a direct link -- not via Yahoo?
    Sorry about that, it's:

    http://www.purewaterexpress.com/wholehouse.htm

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