iSpring WSP-50 WSP-50-Reusable Spin Down Sediment Water Filter-50 Micron, 20 GPM, 1″ MNPT + 3/4″ FNPT, Brass

May 18, 2019 - Comment
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The WSP-50 spin down sediment filter is ideal for filtering out course sediment larger than 50 micron. The stainless steel screen makes the flushing and cleaning process very simple, allowing flushing of the contaminants through the bottom of the filter when the cartridge begins to get clogged. This allows the stainless steel filter cartridge to be used over and over again without needing to be replaced. The 1 inch outlet MNPT fitting provides a maximum 20 gpm flow rate, and the WSP-50 also features 3/4 inch NPT threads on the inlet and outlet. The housing is manufactured with FDA approved grade materials.

Specifications:

Mesh pore rating: 50 micron
Dry weight: 1 lb
Dimensions: 3.5″ width x 9″ height
Suitable temperature range: 40 – 100 °F
Suitable pressure range: 20 – 90 psi

Product Features

  • High impact stainless steel mesh filter screen rated at 50 Micron
  • Ideal first layer of filtration before a larger filtration system
  • Flushable and reusable, takes considerable workload off finer filters that follow behind it; helps create a multi-layer gradient filtration system for better filtration results and longer filter life
  • See through housing offers easy visual monitoring; system body with 1-year
  • Double threads on both ends: 1 inch MNPT and 3/4 inch FNPT, flush out valve has garden hose barb fitting

Comments

Anonymous says:

Documentation is wrong. Think/plan ahead in your setup for best results. Good product and much sturdier than the rukus spin down filter that is made of pure plastic and PVC. Just google spin down filter hammer knock and see how quickly you can have a bad day if this fails.As others have said the demonstration video is WRONG and they installed the filter in the wrong orientation. The narrow point of the triangle / arrow is the OUTPUT on the water flow. Even the paperwork and diagrams that come with this filter is WRONG. The words 123FILTER as read is the…

Anonymous says:

Nice product, works as advertised! My well pushes up a lot of sediment, enough that I have a noticable loss of water pressure after 3 – 4 weeks. I wouldn’t mind having to replace filters every few weeks normally, but all of the plumbing for my well is in a fairly tight crawl space. I decided to give this spin down filter a shot in an attempt to extend the life of my other filters, and save myself a few trips under the house.First impressions were that the filter seems to well made, which was one of the reasons I…

Anonymous says:

Excellent strainer/pre-filter Please also see my review of the iSpring WGB22BM system that this works with for some installation details. However, this works great at filtering out the large particles. You can easily see the sediment in the bottom of the glass bowl and opening the drain valve will flush the gunk out and be ready for another week or so, depending upon the level of contamination.UPDATE: After a month, I have a better understanding of how to best use this.Our well water has a lot of…

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