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A "must" in every house­hold - for optimum protec­tion and maximum quality in mains water instal­la­tions

On the long journey from the water treatment plant to your home, particles such as dirt, sand or rust can get into the water supply and thus into your domestic water installation. This can be as a result of new connections or maintenance work on the public supply system. If you get your water from your own well or spring, the problem of impurities can be even greater in some cases. A drinking water filter as part a total drinking water solution enables you to protect your home against water-borne foreign particles and help ensure a supply of fresh hygienically untainted water.

No more unwanted intruders

Installing a whole house drinking water filter makes sense because it forms a barrier against the undesirable elements that can spoil the taste and quality of your water around your home.

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Installation in domestic water systems

A whole house water filter is installed down­stream of any water meter and stops impu­ri­ties from entering the home's water supply ideally at the point where it enters the house

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Protection against particles and impurities

Dirt parti­cles in your water can lead to drip­ping taps, damaged pipes and house­hold appli­ances. In a worst case scenario, pipework may even rupture due to corro­sion

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Optimum water quality

Parti­cles deposited in pipeing are an ideal breeding ground for bacteria. A protec­tive filter help keeps out foreign bodies and thus helps ensure clean pipes and safer water

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Take control of the quality of your drinking water

Can water 'go off'?

More than half of those surveyed were not aware of the fact that even the best water can 'go off' on its way through the pipes in their home to the glass.*

*see the study carried out by Marktagent.com on behalf of Forum Wasserhygiene e.V. , May 2017

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BWT whole house filters improve water quality

Installed as close to your stopcock as possible a BWT filter will make it easier than ever for you to enjoy fresh clean drinking water all a round your home.

Whole House drinking water filters can be relied on to keep dirt out of domestic installations. When used with specialist filter cartridges or as part of a larger system they can also be used for more specific tasks like reducing limescale or removing bad tastes and odours.

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Product Overview

E1 HWS 1" single-lever filter

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R1 backflush filter RSF 3/4"

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E1 single-​lever filter - water quality made simple!

The BWT E1 single-lever filter will convince you with its ingenious concept and ease-of-use: The hygiene vault, the filter cup containing the filter element, can be replaced in a matter of seconds. The water can be shut off directly on the device in just one action - without requiring tools and without splashing water everywhere.

If you register your product, BWT offers a 10-year guarantee and an automatic reminder service by e-mail - ensuring you don't forget to replace the hygiene vault.

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Flex­ible filter hous­ings to meet your needs

The NP1 and NDL2 are filter hous­ings, designed for instal­la­tion on cold potable water supplies.

Filter hous­ings can be used with a variety of filter cartridges to protect the incoming water supply, indi­vidual appli­ances or other water treat­ment devices such as water soft­eners or ultra violet disin­fec­tion units.

Supplied without a filter cartridge the installer has the freedom to choose the right one to match the local water condi­tions.

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BWT – Your Partner for Special Applications

For self-sufficient customers that rely on a private water source and for those customers that have a water supply that does not always meet the statutory standards BWT have a range of products that can help.

The composition of private water sources can change and In all such cases BWT strongly recommend that the water is regularly tested by an authorised laboratory to ensure any water treatment solution in use is still appropriate. Our experts will be happy to advise on the best options available once the quality of the local water is known.

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BWT Quality

Our promise of quality

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All BWT drinking water filters are produced in accor­dance with the strict stan­dards of hazard analysis and crit­ical control points (HACCP)

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The E1 single-​lever filter has won numerous awards for its high quality, ease of use and func­tion­ality

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ISO 90001 Quality systems

The BWT S Series range of UV's are manu­fac­tured in the UK under strict ISO 90001 quality systems

How does a drinking water filter work?

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How it works

In whole house filters, the filter element works like a fine sieve: dirt parti­cles and suspended matter larger than the open­ings in the sieve are held back on the filter surface and can no longer get into the water pipe. The water is cleaned mechan­i­cally. The performance of the filter is spec­i­fied in μm (microme­tres). BWT stan­dard drinking water filters have a performance rating of 90 μm. By way of compar­ison: the average diam­eter of a human hair is approx. 100 μm while the BWT range of replace­able 10” cartridges can be spec­i­fied with filtra­tion levels from 25 to 1 micron.

But not all whole house filters are the same! A distinc­tion is made between replace­able filters and back­flush reusable filters.

Replace­able filter

In the case of replace­able filters, cleaning is carried out by replacing the filter element. To ensure a high degree of drinking water quality the filter element should be changed at least every six months.

In the E1 single-lever filter, BWT has devel­oped a completely new type of filter. Thanks to its unique design and the single-lever oper­a­tion, changing the filter unit is extremely conve­nient and easier than with most any other filter.

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Back­flush filter

In the case of backflush filters, cleaning is triggered by opening a flushing valve. Part of the filtered water is diverted and flows through the filter element in the opposite direction. So the particles of dirt are loosened and flushed out via the drain. Depending on the model, backwashing can be triggered automatically or manually and should be done every two months.

All BWT backflush filters - such as the BWT R1 - work with 2-phase back flushing: Coarse particles are washed out in the first phase, while the fine filtering of the filter element takes place in the second phase.

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Frequently asked questions about drinking water filters

Can corrosion in water pipes cause damage to health?

Corrosion processes can cause heavy metals of the pipe material to enter the drinking water and impair the water quality. These metals can lead to health impairments, especially for infants, the sick and the elderly.It is always therefore recommended to allow the water to run freely to drain for several minutes after periods of non-use.

How often do I have to service my drinking water filter?

According to the standard, the filter element of the E1 single-lever filter or a spin-on filter must be replaced every 6 months. For backwash filters, the filter should be cleaned every 2 months.

What is a water filter?

Read in the section "Worth knowing" our magazine article what a water filter is and which advantages it brings with it.

What is limescale ?

Read in the section "Worth knowing" in our magazine article what limescale is and how it gets into drinking water.

Are water suppliers obliged to provide clean water?

Your water supplier is the guarantor that you get drinking water delivered to your home. The strict principles for this quality are laid down in the Drinking Water regulations. However, in your domestic water network this quality can be lost through heating, different materials etc. - problems such as limescale and corrosion can develop. The responsibility for the drinking water changes when it enters your home from the supplier to the house owner. Thus the "operator of a drinking water system" is responsible and influence the quality of the water at the tap.

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Why is my filter not filling up with water? ›

Chances are your tank is not filling up with water. Because your filters are too clogged. And it

Do I really need a whole house water filter? ›

Contaminants can be absorbed through the skin and inhaled from our lungs, so it is extremely important to be protected throughout the entire home. If you have no special water contaminant issues then a whole house carbon filtration system is recommended for general multi-purpose whole house purification.

What do the numbers mean on a water filter? ›

This determines the size of particles that the filter will allow to pass through. A 50 micron rated filter will allow larger particles to pass through than say a 5 micron rated filter. Common micron ratings for filters are 100, 75, 50, 25, 10, 5, 1 and 0.5.

Which water filter removes the most contaminants? ›

Reverse osmosis systems are some of the best options for your water. The Reverse osmosis system in the 4 stage design is a design that will help you remove the maximum number of contaminants from your water.

How long does it take for a water filter to work? ›

A properly working filter can take anywhere from 5 to 35 minutes to pass a full top reservoir of water. The filter has a firm outer layer of filtration media that is densely packed.

How do I get rid of an airlock in my water purifier? ›

Airlock or air binding is caused by air being trapped in a system. The only remedy is to get rid of the air. Find a way to vent the air or to pre-fill the system. Possibly by disconnecting a fitting at the highest point in the system and allowing water to flow out before reconnecting the fitting.

What is the average cost of a whole house water filtration system? ›

Most homeowners pay $1,400 – $2,100 for water filtration system installed by a pro. The cost ranges from about $360 for a basic DIY system to more than $3,500 for a professionally installed system with advanced filtration features.

What is best water filtration system for a home? ›

Our Recommendations
  • Best Overall: Big Berkey Gravity Fed Water Filter.
  • Best Under Sink: Frizzlife Under Sink Water Filter System.
  • Best for Faucets: Pur Plus Faucet Mount Water Filtration System.
  • Best Whole House: Express Water 3 Stage Whole House Water Filtration System.
  • Best Pitcher: Pur Classic 11 Cup Water Filter.
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What are the disadvantages of filtered water? ›

The Cons of a Water Filtration System:
  • Speaking of cost, initial installation is more expensive than other filtration methods. ...
  • You can't pick and choose what gets filtered. ...
  • Fluoride and your teeth: If you choose a whole house water filtration system that removes ALL chemicals, you will also be removing fluoride.
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How many microns should my whole house filter be? ›

The micron rating refers to the sediment size that the filter will capture. Typically a 30 to 50 micron filter is best for household applications. These types of whole house water filters will be able to catch debris, but still allow normal flow of water through the filter.

Will a 1 micron filter reduce water pressure? ›

The smaller the micron size, the longer it takes for water to pass through it. So while smaller micron filters will remove more contaminants, they are also more likely to decrease your flow rate and water pressure.

What water filter goes in first? ›

The water should first go through a sediment water filter to reduce sand, dirt, rust, and other sediment. You want to have the water go through a sediment filter first so it does not clog up the carbon filter, which is more expensive. The sediment filter will prolong and protect the carbon filter.

What's the healthiest water to drink? ›

Again, the healthiest water to drink is water that's free of pathogens and contaminants, yet rich in key minerals. But, if there was one water option to pick, it's likely going to be spring water or clean artesian water—water that still contains healthy mineral content and is free of pathogens.

Can water filters cause health issues? ›

The moist environment in the pitcher filter is perfect for multiplication, so bacteria can reach higher concentrations. This can make you sick if you continue to use the old filter.

What filtration system is most effective? ›

A reverse osmosis system is the most effective type of filter for drinking water.

How can I tell if my water filter is working? ›

The most effective way to determine if your water filter is working properly is to test your water before and after it passes through your filter. Such analysis is called performance testing because it tests the effectiveness of your filter in reducing or removing potentially harmful contaminants that pass through.

How much water should I run through a new filter? ›

Once your filter is replaced, run four gallons of water through the line to properly flush the new filter.

Do I need to run water through a new filter? ›

It is recommended that you flush your filter after installing a new one. Flushing your filter means to run water through it several times before using the filter for consumption.

How do you release air trapped in water pipes? ›

Turn on both the hot and cold water to about 1/8th of the way on all the faucets. Leave the water running for about two minutes. Start from the lowest faucet in the house to the highest faucet. This allows the water pressure of the system to force all of the air from the pipes and out through the faucets.

Will an airlock clear itself? ›

Airlocks do sometimes fix themselves, but it isn't a risk worth taking. Airlocks occur when air becomes trapped in the hot water or central heating system. Vapour becomes caught in a high point of the pipework because the gas is less dense than the water in the system.

How do you know if you have air in your water pipes? ›

The loud gurgling and prolonged vibrating noises are nothing to worry about! This is simply an indication that there is air caught in your water pipes. There are several reasons why there may be air in your pipes and sputtering out of your faucets.

How long does water filtration system last? ›

Quality of your water treatment system.

Some water systems are designed with quality in mind. These systems will last from 15 to 25 years. Others, which are designed with low upfront cost in mind, will last from 5 to 15 years.

How long do water filters last? ›

Filters used in commercial settings should be changed every 4 to 6 months. Filters in residential settings should be changed every 6 to 12 months. Reverse osmosis, membranes, and additional alkalisers only need to be changed ever 2 years or 4 years, respectively.

Where should a whole house water filter be installed? ›

Usually, the best place for a whole house water filter is near your main water shut-off valve, which is usually located in a basement or on the perimeter of the house in a utility closet or other such area if you don't have a basement.

Does a whole house water filter reduce water pressure? ›

Disadvantages of whole house water filtration systems:

May decrease water pressure: The water supply runs through the filter at a certain speed. If you are taking a shower, doing laundry, and running your dishwasher at the same time, you may notice a decrease in water pressure.

Are water filters worth it? ›

Filtered water reduces corrosion and improves pH levels also extending the life of household fixtures. It not only aids in preventing rust stains in sinks, tubs, dishwashers, and toilets, but offers softer, brighter and longer lasting clothing. A carbon filter effectively removes chlorine, chloramines, and odor.

How many gpm does a house need? ›

The average household needs 100 to 120 gallons per person per day, and a flow rate of about 6 to 12 gallons per minute.

Is filtered water better than tap water? ›

In conclusion, filtered water is healthier. A quality water filter independently tested for the type of tap water in your household will reduce risk and thus likely have long term health benefits.

Is home filtered water better than bottled water? ›

Although both filtered water and bottled water can provide healthier, better-tasting water, the cost-effectiveness and smaller environmental impact of filtered water beats out bottled water at every turn.

Which is better filtered water or spring water? ›

Which is better? If you're wondering which type of water to choose, rest assured that both are excellent choices. Both spring water and purified water must meet strict safety standards set by the FDA and EPA, making them safe for you to drink.

What is better 5 micron or 1 micron? ›

The smaller the micron number the better. Try imagining microns like a sieve. A 5 micron water filter will sieve out particles that you can see – but all the other smaller particles will pass through it into your drinking water. By contrast a 1 micron filter will remove particles not visible to the naked eye.

How many microns is a human hair? ›

A human hair is approximately 70 microns, give or take 20 microns depending on the thickness of a given individual's hair.

What micron filter is best for drinking water? ›

One micron would be a better choice for you. If all you're trying to do is get rid of some dirt from the water because it's clogging up the screen in your washing machine or something like that, then a 25-micron filter will work just fine.

What will a 1 micron filter remove? ›

The absolute 1 micron filter will more consistently remove Cryptosporidium than a nominal filter. Some nominal 1 micron filters will allow 20% to 30% of 1 micron particles (like Cryptosporidium) to pass through. Filter manufacturers may pay to have their filters tested to see if they remove Cryptosporidium or Giardia.

What can pass through a 1 micron filter? ›

For example, if bacteria in your water are 1 micron and you have a filtration system with a micron level of 1; it will be able to filter out that bacteria (as well as anything larger than 1). However, any filter with a micron level greater than 1 will allow the bacteria to pass through and remain in your water.

Is higher or lower micron better? ›

When filtering solids from liquids, the smaller the micron rating, the more effective the filter and the greater the number of particles that are removed from the final filtrate.

What is the order in 3 stage water filter? ›

A standard RO system is equipped with 3 separate filter stages. Sediment, carbon, and reverse osmosis. Each filtration stage plays an important role on their own and also complement one another to achieve the best water filtration possible.

What is the best 3 stage water filter? ›

Best for Well Water: iSpring WGB32BM 3-Stage Whole House Water Filtration System. The best option for filtering well water is the iSpring WGB32BM 3-Stage Filtration System. It uses robust carbon and sediment filters to eliminate organic particles often found in underground wells, like dirt, sand, and rust.

Is boiled tap water better than bottled water? ›

Plastic bottles are bad for the environment, however, you do feel much safer drinking bottled water versus boiled water because bottled water doesn't have any contaminants. Boiling water kills a lot of bacteria, however, it doesn't remove dissolved chemicals or particulates.

What is the purest bottled water? ›

Best Natural Water: Icelandic Glacial Natural Spring Water

Sourced directly from Iceland's legendary Ölfus Spring, one of the world's purest ecosystems, this water has a low mineral content and a naturally alkaline pH of 8.4. There are no harmful minerals, silica, or heavy metals, and no bacteria either.

Is fridge water better than tap water? ›

Refrigerators are a better choice over plastic bottled water. Most people prefer to drink water from their refrigerator instead of buying a filter for their kitchen faucet or keeping up with a filtered pitcher. Unfortunately, refrigerators are not as clean as we would like them to be.

Do water filters grow bacteria? ›

The microbiological quality of filtered water in a commercial water filter system (Brita) was tested in households and in two laboratories. In 24 of 34 filters used in households, bacterial counts increased in the filtered water up to 6,000 cfu/ml.

Is it bad to drink filtered water? ›

Tap water that's been properly filtered is equally safe as bottled water and provides you with essential minerals you may not get from bottled water. Even though it's usually safe to drink tap water, it's still a good idea to keep an eye out for local water advisories in your area.

What water filter removes the most contaminants? ›

Reverse osmosis filter systems are some of the strongest, most effective filters for drinking water. They are known to remove more than 99% of most dangerous contaminants in the water. That includes heavy metals, herbicides, pesticides, chlorine and other chemicals, and even hormones.

What are the two most common water filtration systems? ›

The two most common types of filtration systems for residential use are systems using reverse osmosis or activated carbon filters. Both of these systems are effective at removing contaminants, but the exact type of contaminants they remove are different.

What should I look for in a water filter? ›

What to Look For in a Water Filtration System
  • Point of Use / Point of Entry. Point of Use or undersink filtration systems filter your water where you use it. ...
  • Contaminants Reduced. ...
  • Dedicated Filtered Water Faucet. ...
  • Types of Filters and Filter-less Systems. ...
  • Filter Change Indicator Light. ...
  • Working with Water Softener Systems.

Why is my canister filter not sucking water? ›

The most common issue when there is no suction in the filter is that there is a clog somewhere along the line. If you can hear the filter motor running, but you can see no visible suction, then chances are that you have got yourself a clogged intake tube, impeller, or outtake tube.

How do I know if water filter is working? ›

The most effective way to determine if your water filter is working properly is to test your water before and after it passes through your filter. Such analysis is called performance testing because it tests the effectiveness of your filter in reducing or removing potentially harmful contaminants that pass through.

How do you prime an aquarium filter? ›

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What are the common problems in filters? ›

Common performance problems associated with metallic filters

Frequent filter replacement, contaminated product, analytical test failures, and sub par flow performance are all symptoms of 3 basic filter problems. Corrosive fluids may attack the filter, causing damage and eventual failure of the filter element.

Why is my filter not making bubbles? ›

If there are no bubbles, the mechanical filter may not be working. The filter's air pipes could be disconnected, and you may need to repair the filter or replace it. Cleaning your filter is crucial to maintain a steady airflow.

What is a filter impeller? ›

How To Fix Broken, Stopped, Rattling, Noisy Filter Pump in Aquariums and ...

Why does my filter stop working after I unplugged? ›

Remember, an aquarium filter not working can be caused by blockages, unplugged wires, damaged motors/impellers, and faulty power, so be sure to check for these problems!

How often should you replace a whole house water filter? ›

Whole House Water Filter

It is installed on the main supply line, delivering clean water to every faucet. Though it costs more to install a whole house water filter, you won't have to think twice about the water quality throughout your home. A whole house water filter should be changed every three to six months.

How do I know if my water filter is clogged? ›

A slow decrease in water pressure.

If water pressure in the fixtures around the house has dropped steadily, you may have a filter that is completely clogged up and needs to be replaced. The drop in water pressure can come from other sources, such as extensive leaking.

How often should a water filter be replaced? ›

To maintain the highest quality of water, it is recommended to replace your filter every 12 months, or when you notice a decrease in flow rate. All Everpure residential systems and cartridges include a timestrip filter monitor to remind you at 11 months to think about ordering a replacement cartridge.

How long does it take to prime a filter? ›

How Long Should You Prime a Vape Coil For? It's always recommended to leave your coil to prime for as long as possible - anywhere between 5-30 minutes. The longer you leave it the better, but most coils should be ready to vape after around 5-10 minutes.

Do I need to prime my fish tank filter? ›

For water filtration pumps, you will need to prime the system to get the water moving. Very few aquarium filter pumps are self-priming. To prime means to place water in the portions of the filter that should be filled with water during normal operation before you turn on the motor.

What is self-priming filter? ›


The S9 self-priming respirator is a reusable face mask designed to KN95 standards. This means that it will block > 95% of all particulate matter in the air larger than 2 µm in size. The mask employs inexpensive replaceable filters.

Do water filters restrict flow? ›

For drinking water via a filtration system, filtered water will flow at a slightly slower rate than unfiltered water, because the filter media restricts the flow of the water. This restriction helps the filter trap unwanted contaminants.

How do I know if my air filter needs changing? ›

6 Signs It's Time to Replace Your Car Air Filter
  1. A Dirty or Discolored Filter. One of the easiest ways to spot a filter that needs changing is to actually take a look at it. ...
  2. Odd Engine Noises. ...
  3. Check Engine Light. ...
  4. Poor Performance. ...
  5. Weak Fuel Economy. ...
  6. Black Smoke from the Exhaust.
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How do canister filters work? ›

Canister filters are aquarium filters that remove the water from the fish tank through an intake tube, sieve, or valve, run it through filter media in a pressurized canister, and then pump the filtered aquarium water back into the fish tank via spill way or spray bar.


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