Designed with the unique Micro-Pure® technology, the H-104 offers healthful, great tasting water through the reduction of the following contaminants:
- Lead to below the Federal Action Level of 15 ppb
- NSF/ANSI Standard 53 certified to reduce cysts such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia by mechanical means.
This system also reduces:
Chlorine taste and odor
Dirt and cloudiness
Mold and algae
Reduces particles as small as 0.5 micron in size by mechanical means.
Exclusive Micro-Pure filtering material coats the entire pleated surface inside the cartridge – removes particles 1/2 micron (1/50,000 of an inch) and larger for the entire rated life of the cartridge
The Pentair Everpure signature metal canister delivers commercial- grade durability and quality and
protects the filter system from splitting or bursting. It’s lined with a food-grade polymer that prevents the water from coming in contact with the metal.
Built-in water shutoff
Our systems leave vital minerals found naturally in water, so you get the best tasting water possible
Scale inhibitor blended into Micro-Pure material reduces mineral build-up in water-using appliances**
Adsorbs common earthy, moldy, fishy tastes, and odors
A lower operating cost that is below the price of bottled water
NSF Certified under NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53
Flow rate controlled at 0.5 gpm
Temperature – 35-100° F (2-38° C),
cold water use only
Pressure – 0-125 psi (0.7-8.6 bar),
Capacity – 1,000 gal. (3,780 L)
Height of cartridge body: 12.75″
Overall Dimensions: 14.5″H x 3.25″Ø
Change cartridges at least annually
Change cartridges when capacity is reached or when pressure falls below 10 psi
Service flow rate must not exceed 0.5 gpm
Always flush the filter cartridge at time of installation and cartridge change
A full year warranty against defects in material and workmanship is provided by the manufacturer.
Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system.
Installation Manual: H Series Systems (EV307043) (PDF 1733 Kb)