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GE® GXSM01HWW Shower Filter System

By: GE
$17.49 per system

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GE® GXSM01HWW Shower Filter System



  • Reduces chlorine, rust and sediment in the shower water.

  • Compatible with standard 1/2 inch plumbing.

  • Easily installed, no tools or sealing tape required.

  • Includes 1 system and 1 filter.

Description

GE® GXSM01HWW Shower Filter System

  • Compatible with standard 1/2 inch plumbing.
  • Reduces chlorine, rust and sediment in the shower water.
  • Includes 1 system and 1 filter.

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This GE® GXSM01HWW Shower Filter System improves water quality by reducing chlorine, rust and sediment in the shower water. Easily installed, no tools or sealing tape required.

Purchase one for your shower today!

Specifications

Product Details

  • Filter Capacity: 10,000 Gallons or 6 Months
  • Housing Life: 10 Years
  • Maximum Water Flow: 2.5GPM
  • Dimensions: 5" x 8"
  • Plumbing Connections: 1/2" Standard shower head and pipe connections

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What Does Micron Rating Mean?
A Micron Rating is a general way to indicate the ability of the filter to capture some particles. In general, the smaller the Micron Rating for a filter the better the filter. Thus, a 1 Micron Rated filter is better than a 20 Micron Rated filter.

What is a VOC?
VOC stands for Volatile organic compounds. They are organic chemicals that have a high vapor pressure at ordinary room temperature. Most scents or odors are VOCs.

Arsenic Facts
Arsenic (As) is a naturally occuring contaminant found in many ground waters. It generally occurs in two forms (valences or oxidations states): pentavalent arsenic (also known as As(V), As(+5), or arsenate) and trivalent arsenic (also known as As(III), As (+3), or arsenite). In natural ground water, arsenic may exist as trivalent arsenic, pentavalent arsenic, or a combination of both. Although both forms of arsenic are potentially harmful to human health, trivalent arsenic is considered more harmful than pentavalent arsenic. More information about arsenic and its toxicity can be found on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency website at http:www.epa.gov/safewater/arsenic.html

What do I do if I ordered the wrong filter?
Ordered the wrong filter? No problem! Simply fill out this Return Form and send back the filter. There is no limit on when the return must be processed. For more information see our Return Policy.


What do I do if I ordered the wrong filter? Ordered the wrong filter? No problem! Simply fill out this Return Form and send back the filter. There is no limit on when the return must be processed. For more information see our Return Policy.

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