Shower Filters and Parts

Sprite shower filters clean at least 2.5 gallons of steaming hot shower water every minute through a process called reduction-oxidation, or Redox. 

Most homeowners invest in Sprite shower filters becuase they are recognized as the most effective technology for removing chlorine from shower water. 

Patented Chlorgon technology takes chlorine in both liquid and vapour form and, through chemical processes, converts it to a larger particle that can't be absorbed through your skin.

Why Not Carbon?

Carbon is a cold water filter, and tap/shower water is only cold about half the time. Carbon is less space efficient. While it's good for filtering pitcher water, it would have to be about 60x larger than a pitcher filter to keep up with the flow rate of a shower. Imagine a filter the size of your dresser hanging precariously above your head while you shower. 

Chlorgon filters hot and cold water completely, and requires less space than a water pitcher filter to do so. You don't need to worry about free and combined chlorines, or dirt, sediment, hydrogen sulfide, odours, iron oxides and more. Shower and get really, really clean with the most advanced, effective shower filter technology on the planet. 

Place your order today for a sprite shower filter.

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