DIY Multi Stage Water Filtration system

DIY Multi Stage Water Filtration system



Build your own multi stage water filtration system from easy to buy parts. No special tools required. Total cost around $150 with replacement filters available at your local store.

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Filter Housing
Pressure gauge
Brass Fitting
1/4″ NPT tap
10 Micron filter
30 Micron filter
Torch
MAP gas cylinder
Emery cloth
Pipe cleaning brush
Solder
Flux
Flux brushes

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Homemade Water Filter - DIY water filtration - (clear/clean water when you need it!) - simple design

Homemade Water Filter – DIY water filtration – (clear/clean water when you need it!) – simple design



Homemade Water Filter. DIY water filtration. simple design. needed: plastic bottle, sand, gravel. small piece of cotton and activated carbon (can be found at walmart/pet stores and wherever aquarium supplies are sold). filter should last 2 to 4 weeks before you have to change carbon. remember to rinse activated carbon before using it (or water will have a blackish color). when SHTF in an emergency be ready.

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How To Clean Water Filter Ceramic Easily At Home || Water Filter Cleaning Tricks

How To Clean Water Filter Ceramic Easily At Home || Water Filter Cleaning Tricks



Water can contain dirt, minerals, chemicals and other impurities that make it smell and taste bad. Some of these contaminants can endanger your health, especially when they include microscopic organisms and bacteria that can cause serious illness. Filtering water can help purify water, removing these impurities and making it safe to drink, while often improving its taste.

But We feel problem when it become dirty. In the video we are showing the easy tricks of cleaning the filter and its ceramic. We just use lemon to clean the filter.

Watch the full video to clean your water filter very easily at home.

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How to Install iSpring RCC7AK Six Stage Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water Filtration System + Review

How to Install iSpring RCC7AK Six Stage Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water Filtration System + Review



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iSpring 6 Stage Filter:

I’ve had this one for two years. I give you a quick review, and then show you how to install it. If you find this video helpful, please consider using the links below to buy, it really helps my channel. Thank you!

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Water Filtration Experiment

Water Filtration Experiment



Construct your own sand water filter and learn about water filtration systems with this easy science project.

List Of Items:
1/2 L of swamp water (or tap water with mud or dirt added)
2 L soda pop bottle with its lid
2 L plastic soda pop bottle—one with its bottom cut off, the other with its top cut off (have an adult help with cutting)
1000 ml beaker
2 empty 20 oz cups
1 tbsp of Alum (Aluminum potassium sulfate)
2 cups of fine sand
1 cup of coarse sand
1 cup of small pebbles
1 Coffee filter or Filter Paper
1 rubber band
1 Spoon (for scooping the Alum)
1 Large spoon for stirring
Stopwatch or timer

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DIY Water Filter - Homemade "High-Volume" Water Filter - Easy DIY (makes tap water taste great!)

DIY Water Filter – Homemade "High-Volume" Water Filter – Easy DIY (makes tap water taste great!)



DIY Water Filter. Homemade “High-Volume” Water Filter. Easy DIY. Fast Filtering – makes a glassful in seconds (whole gallon in just over 3 minutes). low cost ~ only $7.00 for supplies ($6 for the carbon and $1 for the coffee filters). with proper maintenance it should last for years. removes virtually all sediment, any bad odors/smells/tastes and over 200 chemical contaminants (including herbicides, pesticides, pharmaceuticals etc.). i constructed it mainly to make my tap water taste good (it’s so full of chlorine and other junk, i can barely keep it down). use the filtered water for drinking, cooking, making ice etc. works perfect with any tap water (rain water too). can also be used with pond/river water (just boil it first, to remove any pathogens) then put it thru the filter. tips: construct using a one liter bottle and the whole carton of carbon for maximum filtering. double up the screen inside the bottle cap if necessary. use a new coffee filter between uses. when done using it, discard the coffee filter and remove diffuser to dry.

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How to Install a Whole-House Water Filter | This Old House

How to Install a Whole-House Water Filter | This Old House



This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows how to ensure clean water for your entire home. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)
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Shopping List for How to Install a Whole-House Water Filter:
– whole-house water filter
– ball valves, used to shut off water before and after filter
– solderless brass fittings, for joining cold-water line to copper pipe and filter housing
– copper pipe, for connecting filter to cold-water line
– teflon tape, for sealing threaded fittings
– plywood panel, used to attach the filter’s mounting bracket

Tools for How to Install a Whole-House Water Filter:
– pliers, for tightening plumbing connections
– pipe wrench, for tightening plumbing connections
– ratchet wrench and sockets, for fastening the filter’s mounting bracket
– close-quarter hacksaw, used to cut water pipes
– cordless drill, for screwing the plywood panel to the wall

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HOW to HACK YOUR FRIDGE to take CHEAP Water Filters!!

HOW to HACK YOUR FRIDGE to take CHEAP Water Filters!!



Here’s a quick diy video on how to hack your GE Smart Fridge that uses the expensive RPWFE water filters. This hack will allow you to save around $60-$75 per year! Links below for what you will need:

Dista DWF 36 Replacement Filters (2-pack)

GE Plug Bypass with RFID chip

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