what filter do you use for drinking water?
(02-21-2023, 09:18 AM)woodworker501 Wrote: Also keep in mind that replacement filters that need replacing every year or less might be hard to find.

Yes I am also considering that and will build up a supply of 2-3 years of filters and keep them rotated because they do have a shelf life. I've done that before at my old house without issues.
I found one that lasts for one million gallons or ten years, but it's pricey and it kinda gives me the ickies thinking about drinking that water after a few years of filtering.
I installed the Omni filter in 95 when I replumbed the well and well house.
I only use the debre filters.


The Revos apparently are designed to clamp railroad ties and pull together horrifically prepared joints
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