Pretty Much Everything You Need to Know About Everpure H 300 Filters

Everpure H 300

For those of you thinking about investing in a drinking water system to improve the safety, taste, and overall quality of your family’s drinking water, Everpure water filters, which are easy to install and replace, and which are affordable and effective, may be a great choice.

For many homeowners, the Everpure H 300 may be just right. Here’s just about everything you need to know about it.

Features: How the Everpure H 300 Filter Cartridge Works

The Everpure H 300 features a bacteriostat to control the growth of microbes, and the inside of the cartridge is coated with a special Micro-Pure filtering material that removes particulate contaminants down to as small as .5 microns by mechanical means.

The filter canister is made of commercial-grade, durable metal which is protected against splitting and bursting. The inside of the canister is also coated with a food-safe polymer that prevents the water from contacting the metal canister.

All-in-all, it has a 300 gallon capacity at a flow rate of ½ gallon per minute, making it ideal for many domestic uses - particularly as a tap water filter. It also features a built-in water shutoff for convenience.

They Satisfy NSF Standards 42 and 53

The Everpure H-300 drinking water system is also a great option for reducing contaminants like lead and microbes.

It is NSF/ANSI Standard 53 certified to reduce cysts of dangerous microbes, such as Entamoeba, Cryptosporidium, and Giardia by mechanical means.

The same standard also applies to the reduction of lead in drinking water. It’s capable of average reductions in lead levels of between 98.7% and 98.8%.

The Everpure H 300 also satisfies NSF Standard 42, which applies to aesthetic effects for the reduction of chlorine taste and odor, as well as particulates.

This filter system is also capable of removing particulate matter down to .5 microns, helping to reduce turbidity and off-putting odors.

It’s also effective at removing mold, algae, dirt, and other particulate contaminants that can adversely affect water quality and even potentially cause a threat to health.

At the same time, the H-300 retains vital minerals found naturally in water, so you and your family get the best-tasting water possible.

They Produce Better-Smelling, Better-Tasting Water and Are Great for Homeowners

Everpure H-300

The Everpure H-300 filter also delivers a variety of other benefits in addition to those listed.

In addition to removing lead and cysts such as Cryptosporidium, the H300 is also rated to remove asbestos fibers, and volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, like THMs that sometimes present as a result of water treatment processes.

It can also reduce concentrations of oxidized iron, manganese and sulfides that can adversely affect water taste and quality, and which can leave unsightly stains on appliances.

Speaking of stains, the Everpure H 300 can also reduce scale; it contains a special additive that helps prevent limescale accumulation in appliances that use water, extending their lifespans and preventing unsightly deposits.

It’s also sized right for most homes: only 20” tall by 5” wide, the H-300 will fit in most spaces under a faucet. Of course, you should measure the dimensions of the space, regardless, to ensure it’s a proper fit.

How Often Do You Need to Change an Everpure H 300 Filter?

Unfortunately, there is no easy, set answer to this question. How often you will need to purchase and install replacement cartridges is ultimately a product of three factors which are unique to your setting: how dirty your water is, the influent pressure, and of course, frequency of use.

Everpure recommends changing your filter cartridge at least once per year to ensure the quality of your water and convenience of the flow rate.

However, you may need to change your filter more frequently. A good rule of thumb is to change your filter whenever you notice a substantial, prolonged reduction in flow rate. This may signal that the filter has become obstructed by particulate matter and should soon be changed.

With that said, on average these Everpure filters tend to last about a year, so that’s a decent benchmark you can use.

Still Have Questions About the Everpure H 300?

The Everpure H 300 filter system removes contaminants from your water to ensure the health benefits and delicious taste mentioned here.

We covered most of the important features and benefits of these systems in this article, but if you have additional questions or concerns before you buy and install a filter system for your home, don’t be afraid to contact us.

We carry many other filter systems besides the H-300, including RO systems, and would be more than happy to field your questions.

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