Omica’s New Anti-Scale Water Filter is designed to remove harmful limescale from your water. Improve your water’s taste and feel, protect yourself, your family and your home’s pipes and appliances.
Prevent scale from attacking the base metals of your plumbing and fixtures while allowing the cleaning process to remove existing hard scale build-up. Our Anti-Scale Filter is a single cartridge system that attaches quickly and easily, inline with other water filters.
• Can be used for whole house treatment or with a water heater (temperatures up to 122°’F/55°C).
• Indoor or outdoor use.
• Easy installation – just two connections.
• Save energy and 50% less soap/detergents in laundry.
• Prevent hard water stains.
• Remove the slippery feel of your water.
• Salt-free. No sodium added.
• Zero waste water.
• Made in U.S.A.
Omica’s water filter products are Made in America. Thoughtfully engineered with a robust housing structure; high flow, high-pressure tested components and standard 1” connections.
For replacement cartridges and more information about this and any other product:
1-800-613-6311 (toll-free), or [email protected]
Water filter cartridge replacement intervals and instructions are available on the Directions tab.
Water By Omica Organics is dedicated to providing you and your family with the best water available.
Proudly Made in the U.S.A.
Anti-Scale Water Filter – 1 pc
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Owner’s Manual – 1 pc
Anti-Scale Water Filter Replacement Intervals
|Cartridge # 1||12 months|
FILTER REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS:
We recommend having a professional (plumber) assist with changing the filter cartridges.
1) Turn off the water supply line (running through the descaler and any connected water filtration system) and release the water pressure by opening a faucet/spigot downstream and allow all of the water to empty.
2) Carefully unscrew and remove the cartridge filter housing for the filter you are replacing. You may use the included cartridge housing wrench.
3) Remove the old, internal filter and discard.
4) If necessary, lubricate the O-rings on the new filter with a food-grade silicone lubricant (grease) and install in the filter housing cap.
5) Wipe away any dirt, grime, or excess water from the exposed threads of the cartridge housing, then lubricate the O-rings (or threads) on the cartridge housing and re-install by screwing it to the filter cap. Make sure the connections are secure and tight.
6) Open a faucet downstream from the descaler and any other connected water filters and turn on your water supply to allow water to fill the system. It may be necessary to let the water run for a few minutes to remove any air and carbon sediment from the new filter. When the water runs clear it is ready to use.
Remember to check for any leaks!