I've been lookig at the big box store's two stage under sink water
filters- the GE GXSV65F and the Whirlpool WHED20.
What I'm wondering, since I really want to mount the filters in the
basement under the kitchen, and tee the icemaker into the filtered
water line to the sink, is can I do the same filtering job using
standard filter housings and cartridges, and maybe get a little longer
between cartridge changes, and not be tied to GE or Whirlpool
OK, I guess I didn't ask the real question- what type housings and
cartridges will qive me equivalent performance to the ones I
mentioned? From what I've been able to see in the catalogs
(Grainger), it looks like a 5 micron and a .5 micron carbon block
would be equivalnet, but I'm really just guessing based on reading
what the above units calim to reduce, and what the cartridges claim to
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