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Aquaboon Spin Down Sediment Filter, AB-PF50M Reusable Whole Hous

$21

Aquaboon Spin Down Sediment Filter, AB-PF50M Reusable Whole Hous

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Product description

Aquaboon 50 Micron Whole House Prefilter 1" MNPT + 3/4" FNPT

Aquaboon Whole House Prefilter is the first protection level for your home water system. 50 micron filtration rate will safe your plumbing system from sediment, rust, dirt and sand. It will will increase the service life of your washing machine, water purifier and other water-related equipment and appliances such as faucets, shower heads etc.

Standard connection sizes which are 1-inch MNPT and 3/4 inch FNPT on both ends will make installation of Aquaboon Whole House Prefilter fast and easy. It's reusable, so it will serve you for many years.

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