Replacement Filter Set for Hypurkleen includes all 3 stages of filter. The easy twist-lock feature allows you easily replace your filters.
The easy twist-lock feature allows you easily replace your filters.
Filter #1 removes all sediment, rust, and particles
Filter #2 is a new kind of carbon from coconut shells and bamboo
Filter #3, the super compressed carbon block with silver wrap membrane
Replacement Filter Set for Hypurkleen includes all 3 stages of filter. The easy twist-lock feature allows you to easily twist out your old filters, and twist-in your new ones. So easy, grandma can do it!
Installing the Hypurkleen is simple most people can do it. It connects directly to the cold water line underneath the sink. This avoids having to install a separate faucet. You can also install it on the countertop.
The filters on your Hypurkleen last an average family 1 year from the date of installation, approximately 5,000 gallons. It’s important to change it at least once per year as the filters will degrade under pressure over time.
Changing the filters on your Hypurkleen system is a breeze. All you have to do is twist out the old filters, and twist in the new ones. It requires zero plumbing.
Yes. Just hook the faucet diverter up normally, but instead of plugging the line directly intothe ionizer, plug it into the in side of the Hypurkleen™ triple filter then connect the ionizer to the out end of the filter.
Yes absolutely! We designed the Hypurkleen triple filter system to be used with water ionizers. Because our system filters out contaminants while retaining the healthful minerals, it’s the ultimate water for ionization.
Yes the Hypurkleen is designed to work with both city and well water! The unique combination of filter technology including compressed carbon block make it ideal.
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