GE FXWSC Universal Whole House Replacement Water Filter Cartridge

Item #: FXWSC by General Electric Company

UPC #: 084691236375

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GE FXWSC Universal Whole House Replacement Water Filter Cartridge

Item #: FXWSC by General Electric Company

UPC #: 084691236375

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Product Width (in.)

2.25

Brand/Model Compatibility

GE

Product Height (in.)

9.85

Pack Size

1

Product Depth (in.)

2.25

Warranty

30 day limited

Manufacturer Warranty

30 day limited

Certifications

NSF

UNSPSC

40161502

The GE Household Replacement Filters (2-Pack) has water filter has a string wound construction that catches sand, soil, silt, sediment and rust at the main water supply to help reduce buildup inside water heaters, pipes, dishwashers and other appliances. These filters are designed to fit most heavy-duty household filters with 2-1/2 in. x 10 in. sumps. These filters are compatible with systems GXWH04F and GXWH20S.

  • Universal fit - Fits most 10" whole house drop in style filter systems from major brands including GE, Culligan, Dupont, Brita, Whirlpool and others
  • Basic filter - Reduces sediment, sand and rust
  • NSF/ANSI 42 - certified by NSF
  • Filters down to 30 microns - The lower the microns, the more contaminants are caught and reduced
  • Whole home filtration - Filtered water at every tap
  • Protect appliances & plumbing - sediment reduction helps equipment last longer
  • Double Pack - Includes two filter cartridges
  • Decide where you will install the system (preferably on the main water line before your water heater and softener
  • Easy to install
  • Filters down to 30 microns, the lower the micron the more contaminants are caught and reduced