Available as kits, treatment units against unpleasant tastes or odors settle under the sink or near a faucet.
Easy to install and compact, a filtration station reduces harmful substances in the water. It can filter both chlorine, nitrates, lead and pesticides. For this, it is often equipped with interchangeable cartridges that each respond to a specific problem. It is essential to replace them before they are saturated, to avoid any risk of discharges of impurities into the water.
The equipment proposed here acts by microfiltration (45μm) and filters both chlorine and lead bacteria... The cartridge changes every six months.
After shutting off the general water supply, screw the plate onto the system and then onto the wall.
Calculate the width of the connection tee and cut the water inlet pipe with a hacksaw.
Weld with a torch with a dragon's head (propane), the free nuts used to fix the tee.
Put the tee in place and finally tighten the nuts with a wrench.
Fix the valve on the appliance that is to be installed as close as possible to the water supply.
Fix the hose connecting the treatment unit to the water inlet on the connection tee.
At the other end, connect the hose on the unit with a wrench to the water inlet.
Then introduce and connect the second hose that connects the appliance to the tap serving the sink.
Position the tap on the worktop. Fit the seals and nuts.
After attaching one end to the device (photo 8), screw the hose onto the valve.
Reconnect the general water supply.
Then open the filter supply valve.
Open the tap on the work surface to purge the air in the filter. The system is operational.