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Culligan HF-360A Whole House Valve-in-Head Water Filter System

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Preserve and protect household plumbing and water-using appliances with the Culligan HF-360A Whole House Valve-in-Head Water Filter System with P5 five-micron sediment cartridge. Installed on the 3/4 in. main water line at the point of entry, this filter housing is designed with a convenient built-in shut-off valve to stop the water flow at cartridge change time. The clear filter housing allows easy monitoring of cartridge life.

  • Temperature range: 40-100 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Pressure range: 30-125 PSI
  • For ease of cartridge change, a housing wrench is included
  • Optional Culligan cartridges are compatible with this filter system: SCWH-5, S1A, CW-F, CW-MF, P5 and P1

Specification Description
Product Type: Water Filters
Batteries Required: No
Capacity: 8,000
LCD Display: No
Microns: 5 micron
Product Height: 13-1/2 in.
Product Length: 5 in.
Product Width: 5 in.
Programmable: No
Manufacturer Part Number HF-360A

what is the flow rate???? Also, what is size (diameter) of intake - output - opening? 1/2" 3/4"? or 1" ???

Asked by: charlie the dog
The Culligan HF-360A valve-in-head clear water filter housing, which comes with the P5 filter cartridge, has a ¾” inlet / outlet and the flow rate of the filter system with the P5 cartridge is 4GPM.
Answered by: JWag
Date published: 2019-02-11

can I put two in line. the first with a basic filter and the second with a finer filter

Asked by: metile
Yes, putting this in a series is not an issue.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-07-30
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