Filter Sets

When it comes to water filtration systems, you know that reverse osmosis (RO) filters are only useful if their filters are in tip-top shape, so you can trust that at FilterCentral.com you’ll find the set of filters your system needs to get your water clean enough to use and drink in minutes. From solid materials to chemicals found in tap water, little units or whole-house systems, if your water’s not tasting, feeling, or smelling right, we’ve got all the filters you need it’s time to swap out some or all of them- all in convenient all-in-one package sets!

When your water’s tasting a little metallic chances, chances are your system’s carbon filter is running low. Thankfully, you can come to us and find sets of carbon filters that will clear out chloramines, iron, hydrogen sulphide and heavy metals. A new carbon filter will also help reduce the presence of chlorine, mercury, and lead in your water- all with simple (yet effective) coconut shell material.

When your system’s not giving you the amount of water you know its capable of, it’s likely that the sediment filter is clogged and won’t let water pass through. Replacing the sediment filter when it stops working will help prevent dust, dirt, and other particles from clogging up your system.

But while salt, iron, and dust are filtered out, you need to be sure all that run-off that seeps in to the ground (and eventually gets in to water supplies) isn’t entering your drinkable/usable water. Activated carbon helps clear up deep-seated particulate impurities, sludge, rust, color adsorption, odor, pesticides, detergents and other organic pollutants that are effects of run-off from machines like cars.

The filters in your reverse osmosis water filter require scheduled maintenance and replacement to ensure your drinking water is constantly clean and great tasting. Changing your filters regularly will extend the life span of your membrane. Below is a general guideline for the frequency they should be changed, however these are just recommendations and its best to check with your manufacturers specified filter life span.

  • Prefilter - Change every 6 - 12 months
  • Post Filter - Change every 12 months

So when it’s time to replace more than one or two filters, you can find what you’re looking for here. But if you’re looking for a single filter, click here to see all of our singular filters.