- Full Name: Christopher Roy
Gently used Pentek inline water filter housing in great condition. Mounting bracket, filter wrench and 3 brand new 5 micron sediment filters included.
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The Pentek 158204 filter housing has 1/2-inch NPT inlet/outlets. The Pentek 158204 slim design reduces space required for installation without sacrificing capacity. FDA Grade. The Pentek 158204 has a leak-proof seal with a top-seated o-ring. The housing has four bosses molded into the cap for mounting purposes. The Pentek 158204 Slim-Line filter housings are an excellent choice for low flow applications and when space and chemical compatibility are concerns. The Pentek 158204 is molded from rugged reinforced polypropylene. The Pentek 158204 can be used in undersink, in countertop residential filtration, in pre- and post-reverse osmosis filtration, recreational vehicle filtration, and food service and humidifying systems. The Pentek 158204 housings have a black, reinforced polypropylene cap with a pressure release button. The Pentek 158204 filter housing uses 20-inch L x 2.5-inch W water filters. Two number 20 Slim-Line housings can be connected with a pipe nipple or pipe union. There are several pipe nipples available that can be used to connect two number 20 Slim-Line Housings. Use the NP-12 pipe nipple to connect two number 20 Slim-Line Housings with 1/2-inch inlet/outlets.
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