Review of AquaFresh RV Fresh Water - Water Filters - A01-1132VP

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AquaFresh RV Fresh Water - Water Filters - A01-1132VP Review


Today we're going to take a look at the AquaFresh exterior RV water filter. This comes as a quantity of two and it's going to help to reduce any chlorine taste or odor as well as reduce any sediment or scale that we might encounter from a water supply. There's going to be granulated activated carbon inside each filter and that's what's going to filter out that chlorine taste and it also is made of KDF material. That stands for kinetic degradation fluxion and basically through a chemical process it's just going to remove any chlorine, lead, mercury, iron, hydrogen sulfate from our water supply so we don't have to worry about any of those things coming through in our drinking water.The KDF material is also going to help our granular activated carbon to last longer. These are both rated to last about six months or for 3,000 gallons of water passing through so if you use one and then the other, that'll last you 12 months total with the two of them. Now these are also going to work at a temperature range from 35 degrees fahrenheit up to 100 degrees fahrenheit.

You just want to make sure that you remove these whenever you get into cold situations. You don't want to let them freeze. They'll also work at an operating temperature of 20 PSI up to 100 PSI.The case itself is going to be welded UV-resistant case so we don't have to worry about it cracking in the sun over time and to install it's going to be pretty simple. There will be a cap at either end that you will need to remove. It just pulls right off and then you'll want to put in a water pressure regulator and then a flexible hose saver and then your filter.

Let it flush for four minutes before you attach a drinking water hose and then attaching it to your water inlet. If you're using this on your RV or boat, you'll want to again, get a water pressure regulator and then your drinking water hose and then attach the filter. Let is flush for four minutes before attaching another hose saver and attaching it to your water inlet.So pretty easy. Just put it in place, flush it out, and it should be good to go. You also want to make note of the arrow.

It's a little hard to see on camera but there is an arrow indicating what direction the water needs to flow. So water comes in here, goes out of the other end. As far as the dimensions on our filters, they're both going to be from tip to tip about 10 and a quarter inch long and the widest diameter is going to be about three inches.And that's going to do it for our look at the AquaFresh exterior RV water filter with a quantity of two.


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