Inline Shower Filter in Chrome finish, Slimline design fits any shower and reduces levels of Chlorine and Heavy metals from the water using Carbon and KDF filter media. KDF also has antibacterial properties which can help prevent bacterial build-up in shower heads and also can help reduce scale.
No more shower rooms with the swimming pool smell!
When you take a hot shower, chlorine in the shower water may vaporise which gives off the chlorine smell. Our shower filter reduces levels of chlorine, heavy metals, and helps to reduce scale and bacterial build up. Leaving you with a clean, refreshing shower every time.
Features and Benefits
Carbon & KDF filter media. KDF removes upto 10x more chlorine than carbon alone and is still effective in hot water. KDF also releases a powerful anti- bacterial which helps reduce bacterial build-up in the showerhead and also reduces heavy metals/contaminants.
Easy Fit No specialist skills required. It just screws directly onto your shower, between the shower unit and the shower hose, compatible with standard shower fittings. - See video below for details.
3000 Gallons Filter Life* - dependent on local water quality.
Installation video: Installed in just 20 seconds!!
|Fitting Size||Standard Shower Hose Fittings|
|Product Type||Shower Filter|
|Filter Type||Water Filter|
|Filter Media||KDF & Carbon|
Not suited to gravity fed showers.I purchased one of these shower filters on a whim and have to say it was a mistake. My shower is connected to the bath taps and fed by the house hot water system, with header tank, and a dedicated cold water header tank. My first problem when trying to connect this filter was its diameter of 50mm, which, given the proximity of the taps to the wall, was nearly too thick to allow the filter to be screwed on to the outlet on top of the bath taps. In fact it would have been too thick had I not been able to angle the filter slightly using the ball joint at its inlet end. Once I had it in place the second problem became obvious: the filter impeded the raising of the plunger that has to be lifted to switch from taps to shower. With the filter in place I simply could not use the shower. I cured this by purchase of a non-return shower valve from Screwfix, which I used as a spacer between the outlet on the taps and the filter. However this was not the end of my problems because when I had everything connected and turned the water on only a dribble emanated from the shower hose. I tried turning the flow up, well beyond what I would normally need to shower, but although a little more water came through it was totally insufficient. Having not looked inside the filter before fitting I took it apart to check that there wasn't any internal packing blocking the flow. I couldn't see anything but removed the filter cartridge and reassembled the unit without it. Now flow was back to normal. I tried reinserting the cartridge and once more I could only get a dribble from the shower hose.