10" High Temperature Water Filter Housing is a very good alternative to stainless and carbon steel hot water filters. Durable glass-reinforced nylon base. This chemical compatibility makes Pentek Hot Temperature housings an ideal choice for a wide variety of industrial applications including those involving organic solvents, sea water, alcohol, petroleum and vegetable oils.
10" Hot Water Filter Housing specifications
Housing and Cap materials: Glass-Reinforced Nylon
O-Ring material: Viton
Maximum Temperature: 160°F (71.1°C)
Initial ΔP (psi)
Flow Rate (gpm): <1 psi @ 8 gpm (< 0.1 bar @ 30 L/min)
Maximum Pressure: 125 psi (8.62 bar)
Dimensions: 12-1/8" x 5-1/8" (308 mm x 130 mm)
3/4" inlet/outlet for easy installation
We stock two different sizes, 10" and 20" from two manufacturers - Pentek and Kemflo, another US-based manufacturer. Pentek housing has to use Pentek UB-1 bracket. Kemflo housings have a Butress Thread design, which provide a superior sealing and greater security. They can also use either Pentek UB-1 or Pentek 244043 L-shape bracket. Let us know if you prefer one or the other. NOTE: We have both red housings and Pentek black housing available. Let us know if you need a specific one as we ship at random.
Alternative Product Numbers:
Pentek 150015 Hot Water Housing
PWFHHW2510 10 Inch Hot Water Filter High Temperature Housing
Replacement Cartridge Size: 10"x2.5" ( typical cartridge dimention is between 9.5 and 9 7/8 inches long by 2 1/4 to 3 inches in diameter).
10" O-Ring is included.
A filter Cartridge is NOT included! This high temperature water filter housing accepts standard-size 10"x2.5" replacement cartridges. Ideal cartridges for this housing will be (see related products below):
Cotton or Polypropylene Wound 5 micron sediment cartridge (or other micron rating)
Pleated Sediment cartridge (up to 125°F)
If you are trying to treat a Calcium problem appearing in Hot water line (especially after Instant Hot heaters), the best approach (and the one that may be required by Instant Hot heater manufacturer to retain the warranty) is to treat calcium at the main, which is a cold water line, with a water softener