The Seychelle Dual Alkaline Replacement Filter for Large PH2O Pitcher filter increases the pH of drinking water from 7.0 up to 9.5*. The filter removes up to 99.99% of Chlorine, taste, and odor, Chemicals (DDT, MTBE, Benzene, THM's, Chloroforms), Heavy Metals such as Arsenic, Lead, Mercury, Copper, Zinc, Aluminium and Chromium 6, and Radon 222. It also removes up to 90% of Fluoride leaving pure, high-quality pH water to better hydrate your body.
When you first receive your Seychelle Replacement Filter for the large PH2O Pitcher you need flush them to get any loose carbon dust rinsed off, it also activates the filters. You should also keep the flushing bulb for future use, if the flow rate slows way down you can try flushing them to regain the flow rate. If this does not help then it is most likely time to replace the filters.
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Can this filter SEYCHELLE DUAL ALKALINE REPLACEMENT FILTER FOR LARGE PH2O PITCHER be used in the seychelle dual water filter pitcher
Yes it can.
These need to be replaced every 6 months on average? Or once a year? I have the large Seychelle ph2o double pitcher.
They need to be replaced every 4 to 6 months.
do they fit small pitcher
Yes, they will fit the small pitcher.
Does this filter remove the sodium? Do I need to add some salt to the water?
No, they do not remove sodium.
Wonderful quick and easy to order, got here in a decent time and the product is amazing put them to use right away.I love drinking tea and it makes it so much better I can’t imagine having water without it being filtered by one of these awesome filters.It gets out the garbage and pH balanced also. Thank you so much. Lance Walker
Not only affordable but so easy to get non acidic water at home. I've been using Seychelle PH Water Pitchers over a year. With less aches and stiffness I love the way it helps keep inflammation out of my joints. No one ever mentions how plaque seems to be non existent when going for a teeth cleaning. Skin looks better as overall health has improved. 72 and people think I'm in my lower 60's.