|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.2 x 6.6 x 15.9 inches|
|Item model number||WH-S200-C|
|Color||clear, black, blue|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||1 water filter|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
CULLIGAN WH-S200-C Whole House Sediment Water 3/4" WTR Filter System clear, black, blue
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Culligan Whole House Standard Duty Filtration System WH-S200-C
Removes Dirt, Sand, and Silt from Your Water Supply
The Culligan Whole-House Sediment Water Filter Housing makes sure your family has a clean, fresh water supply throughout the house. This filtration system works to reduce dirt, sand, and silt buildup in plumbing lines. Your kitchen, laundry room, bathroom, and outdoor water comes out clean and fresh to help keep your family healthy.
Prolongs the Lives of Your Water-Using Appliances
Humans aren't the only ones who benefit from clean water-machines also run more smoothly, and longer, when the water they take in is fresh and dirt free. Because the Sediment Water Filter Housing limits the amount of dirt and grime introduced into your appliances, your home's water-using devices are likely to last longer and perform at their best.
- 3/4" inlet/outlet for increased water flow
- Packaging include: housing wrench, mounting bracket, filter life monitory and filter battery monitor
- Temperature Range: 40°F - 100°F
- Pressure Range: 30 - 125 psi
|Compatible Filters||P5, CW-F, CW-MF and S1A-D||R50-BBSA, CW25-BBS, CP5-BBS, CW5-BBS, RFC-BBSA||S1A, CW-MF, CW-F, SCWH-5, P5 and P1||R50-BBSA, CW25-BBS, CP5-BBS, CW5-BBS, RFC-BBSA||S1A, CW-MF, CW-F, SCWH-5, P5 and P1|
|Temperature Range||40°F - 100°F||40°F - 100°F||40°F - 100°F||40°F - 100°F||40°F - 100°F|
|Pressure Range||30–125 PSI||30-100 PSI||30–125 PSI||30-100 PSI||30–125 PSI|
|Inlet/Outlet System Size||3/4-inch||1-inch||3/4-inch||1-inch||3/4-inch|
|Style||Standard Duty||Heavy Duty||Standard Duty||Heavy Duty||Standard Duty|
3/4", whole house sediment water filter system, clear sump, stainless steel reinforced inlet/outlet, bypass valve with shut off valve, pressure relief button, mounting bracket included, removable filter timer included, integrated bracket design, wrench included, installs easily on 3/4" main water line, includes P5 filter, uses 3/4"compression x 3/4" male iron pipe fitting TV #467-621, not included, for replacement cartridges use TV #'s 529-286, 583-393, #583-401 or #614-800, not included, certified to nsf 42.
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They seem to be extremely well made, except for one big part: The threads on each side that you use to connect to the water system. From the picture, it looks like they would be metal. But I can assure you, these threads are not metal, they are plastic. Normally, the male threaded connections that you will be attaching these filter systems to are going to be metal. This poses a large problem. I have found that Sharkbite connectors with male threading will sometimes not find the threads and instead cut into the plastic and start cutting it's own threading. This results in a seal that is not water-tight and basically breaks the system, due to the original threads being cut through. The plastic threading is so soft, that you won't really 'feel' that this is happening until it's too late and the threads are damaged permanently.
Anyway, be aware of this and hopefully you won't have this problem.
Looking back, my first clue that there was a problem was just after getting them out of the box and trying to turn the 'Filter-Bypass-Off' leaver at the top of the unit. All three units wouldn't turn easily. The instructions tell you to use the wrench - DO NOT. Basically all three of these units didn't have any silicon lubricant on the seals. Using the wrench to turn the leaver at the top of the unit either shredded the seal or bound it up in the valve.
If you receive one of these and the leaver at the top does not turn some what easily, either send it back or take the valve apart and use some food grade silicon grease on the valve face and 2 smaller o-ring seals. Since I needed this for a weekend project, after diagnosing the issue I had to run around town looking for compatible seals and only found close ones - even from Culligan dealers. My system is now limping along but I will be looking for true replacement seals so I don't have to be concerned when I turn the leaver. Either way, I bought the more expensive filter housing and had to pay even more to make it work as it should. :(