Aqua Systems AQPC-35 Premium Compatible Goes Green Replacement RO Reverse Osmosis Water Filters and Parts. Premium compatible replacement water filters for your Aqua Systems RO Reverse Osmosis system. Carbon and sediment filters for easy homeowner replacement. See our parts department for other system replacement parts such as tanks, faucets and more. Also see our installation guide for information on how to properly service your Aqua Systems RO Reverse Osmosis drinking water system.
Replacement water filters for:Aqua Systems ®* AQPC-35 S7128 Carbon Block Water FilterAqua Systems ®* AQPC-35 S7125 GAC Carbon Water FilterAqua Systems ®* AQPC-35 S7206 Inline Post Water Filter Aqua Systems ®* AQPC-35 S1448RS RO Reverse Osmosis Membrane Aqua Systems ®* AQPC-35 S7111 Sediment Prefilter Water Filter
IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR AQUA SYSTEMS AQPC-35 RO REVERSE OSMOSIS DRINKING WATER SYSTEM
Use the Omnipure K-2333 in place of the S7206W inline post filter. Many of these systems were installed with 3/8" tube connections, but measure yours to be sure you order the correct size.
How to Select Water Filter Connector Sizes.
Service And Installation Guide - Water Filter Change Instructions, more.....
Microline - Clack Filter Housing Spanner Wrench - Fits standard Microline and Clack Systems. #3072. Only for use in loosening filter housings, never to tighten. Overtightening may cause damage to the O-rings and make re-opening VERY difficult. Hand tighten only. For really stubborn filter housings our technicians will use two wrenches together for maximum power where one wrench might break or not do the job when opening stuck filter housings. Place the handles of two wrenches pointing in opposite directions, use both hands and it will apply force evenly. Two filter housing wrenches work better than just one. Our techs know the tricks.
SS Stainless Steel Reverse Osmosis 4.4 Gallon Total Capacity Tank
This is one of the finest RO tanks we have ever seen. The patented O-ring seal on the air stem assures "set and forget" pressure settings. Keeping the pressure in the tank set correctly is an important factor in operating your RO system. Approximately 14" high (without the tank valve) X 11" in diameter.