1000 GALLON REPLACEMENT FILTER Suitable for both Countertop AND Under Counter models. Filter capacity is guaranteed to 1000 gallons (4000L), and should be replaced after reaching this capacity. A cartridge that has reached the end of its life would be indicated by a reduction in the quality of the filtered water with respect to taste. The cartridge should be replaced in accordance with the rated service capacity. Doulton filters are a trusted name in water purification for millions of discerning homeowners in over 150 countries around the world. Reduces up to 99% of soluble lead, iron and hydrogen sulfides.
Exclusive carbon-block technology reduces >99.99% of particles 1/2 micron (absolute ANSI standard) and larger in size, including pathogenic bacteria. Reduces asbestos fibers, dirt, chlorine taste and odor, mold, spores, algae and removes 100% Cryptosporidium and Giardia. Dramatically improves the taste of your water and anything made with it. Cartridge replacement is as easy as changing a light bulb.
Offers an economical alternative to bottled water, reverse osmosis, distillation and ultra-violet technologies. Certifications: ISO 9002 International. Doulton holds Certification, Accreditation, or Membership with the following Agencies: ISO 9002 Quality Standard National Sanitation Foundation standards 42 and 53 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Water Quality Association Department of Health (Toronto, Canada) Spectrum Labs (Minneapolis, USA) Water Research Council (UK) British 5750 Quality Standard England's Water Research council (WRc) Performance Standards California Department of Health Over 50 Independent Laboratories Worldwide
REPLACING YOUR FILTER CARTRIDGE: Cartridge replacement is as easy as changing a light bulb. A cartridge that has reached the end of its life would be indicated by a reduction in the quality of the filtered water with respect to taste. The cartridge should be replaced in accordance with the rated service capacity of 1000 gallons (4000 Litres). A household of three adults should replace their filter every year to year-and-a-half, depending on usage (using only for drinking water vs. drinking water, cooking, etc), and local water quality (lower quality results in a reduced lifespan of the filter).