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Home Master Whole House Three Stage, Fine Sediment, Iron and Carbon Water Filtration System

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  • Well water filter with pressure performance
  • High flow rate for whole house
  • Simple DIY service for well water systems

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The Home Master Whole House Three Stage Filter is great for well water with iron, manganese, and sulfur problems up to 3 PPM combined. Have your well water analyzed before buying (for city water, consider model #HMF2SmgCC). The Home Master Filter Pressure Performance Series uses oversized filters, housings and fittings to ensure your water pressure never falls short. Larger filters require less frequent service, which saves you time, money and inconvenience. The system treats sediment, turbidity, iron, manganese, sulfur smell, pesticides, herbicides and other chemicals to deliver clean, clear water to every faucet and bath in your home without significantly drawing down water pressure. The first stage is a 4-layer depth polypropylene sediment filter: 25-micron surface, 10-micron layer, 5-micron layer and 1-micron inner core, designed for purity with bacterial and chemical resistance. It typically lasts 12 months depending on usage and sediment quantity. The second stage reduces iron, manganese and sulfur: the radial flow design provides excellent filtration with minimal pressure drop (less than 1 PSI) to effectively reduce iron, manganese and sulfur smell in water up to 3 PPM combined contaminant load. The third stage features a radial flow granular activated coconut shell carbon that removes chemicals, taste and odor up to 100,000 gallons. Included is the Home Master Filter System with filters, steel mounting bracket with bolts, housing wrench and instructions.

  • Massive filter housings with 1 in. ports for the strongest water pressure possible, up to 15 GPM
  • 4-gradient density replaceable sediment filter produces finer filtration and greater dirt holding capacity with filtration down to 1 micron
  • Great for well water; for city water, consider model #HMF2SmgCC
  • Excellent purification removes up to 95% of iron, manganese, sediment, chemicals and other contaminants that create foul tastes and odors; treats iron and manganese up to 3 PPM combined load
  • Oversized filters improve flow rate and reduce maintenance frequency
  • Check your installation space before ordering; system dimensions: 27 in. H x 24 in. W x 9 in. D
  • Operating conditions-pH: 7-10; iron: 0-3 PPM; iron bacteria: none; manganese: 0-1 PPM; hydrogen sulfide: 0-1 PPM; feed water: PSI: 20-90; feed water temperature: 40-100F max; total dissolved solids (TDS): 2000 PPM

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Dimensions

Fitting size (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
27 
Product Width (in.) 
24 

Details

Chlorine reduction (%) 
95 
Color/Finish 
while 
Features 
No additional features 
Filtration Method 
Carbon Spun Fiber 
Filtration method 
Carbon Spun Fiber 
Fitting style 
Threaded 
Includes 
Hardware 
Lead reduction (%) 
Maximum feed water pressure (psi) 
90 
Maximum feed water temperature (F) 
100 
Maximum filtered water flow (gallons per min.) 
15 
Minimum feed water pressure (psi) 
20 
Minimum feed water temperature (F) 
40 
Number of filters included 
Number of stages 
Product Weight (lb.) 
48 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Water Filtration System Type 
Whole House 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
Manufacturer Warranty 
2 year limited parts 

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Does the filtration system come with a filter already with it?

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Yes. The unit comes with the three filters listed, Sediment, Iron, and Carbon. Read the instructions for the order of installation.
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May 12, 2016
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The Perfect Water Technologies Home Master Whole House Three Stage, Fine Sediment, Iron and Carbon Water Filtration System comes with a complete set of filters included.
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May 12, 2016
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Yes all of our products ship with filters.
Included is the Home Master Filter System with filters, steel mounting bracket with bolts, housing wrench and instructions.
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May 12, 2016
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Yes all of our products ship with filters.
Included is the Home Master Filter System **with filters** steel mounting bracket with bolts, housing wrench and instructions.
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May 12, 2016
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Yes all of our products ship with filters.
Included is the Home Master Filter System **with filters**, steel mounting bracket with bolts, housing wrench and instructions.
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Does this system require backwashing or flushing?

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May 24, 2016
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No, it does not require any ongoing backwashing. When the system is new, and after filter changes, you will flush it.
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May 24, 2016
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No it does not.
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Powhatan, VA and SW Florida
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No. This is a self-contained in-line system that does not require backwashing or flushing. Actually, there are no ports for either. All you need to do is replace the filters them when the deteriorate/degrade.
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No. The system, when installed, requires no backwashing or flushing. Filters should be changed at least yearly or sooner depending on incoming water quality.
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How much are the filters and how often do they need to be changed?

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It will be about $250 for the replacement filters with out shipping/tax.
Before you put the filter in you should try to clean your pipes and well as best as you can by using bleach or hydrogen peroxide food grade and let it sit for 24 hours in your pipes, tank and your well. If you don't you can have the problem we had were the filters only lasted a month before our smell came back.
$20 on bleach or
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It will be about $250 for the replacement filters with out shipping/tax.
Before you put the filter in you should try to clean your pipes and well as best as you can by using bleach or hydrogen peroxide food grade and let it sit for 24 hours in your pipes, tank and your well. If you don't you can have the problem we had were the filters only lasted a month before our smell came back.
$20 on bleach or $200 on hydrogen peroxide
Also I can't stress this enough to use allot of lube or else the filters will not come off, or you will get leaks.
It clearly states to NOT use petroleum jelly, but as long as you use allot, the O rings will stay in great shape and it will be easy to remove. We just bought a huge jar and it sits next to the filters.
So everything should come out to be about $300-$315
For changing the filters it depends on how much sediment, iron, and sulfur you have as well as how many people live in your house hold.
*If you never got your water tested then the following doesn't matter, you will just need to wait until your smell, iron taste, or sediment water comes back
6 ppm iron = 3 ppm manganese = 1 ppm H2S
The have a approximate life cycle for iron only
Formula would be X = ion, y = mag, and z = h2s
X + (Y x 2) + (Z x 6) = ppm
See chart for details
Chart was on product makers website.
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The cost of the filters depends on which filters that you put in there. This system is customizable. All three canisters are identical. You usually start with the sediment filter and there are several options there. I also use two different carbon filters for my specific needs. You can search around for 20" Big Blue filters and select the ones that you want for your situation.
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That depends on how dirty your water is, how much water your family uses, and how picky you are! The "normal" schedule is annually. You'll have to adjust based on your needs. I have municipal water yet the sediment filter is pretty dirty after 6-9 months. I hope that helps.
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April 16, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Please see the product overview below which contains the estimated life of the filters. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Home Master 3-stage whole house filter - great for Well water with iron, manganese, and sulfur problems up to 3PPM Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Please see the product overview below which contains the estimated life of the filters. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Home Master 3-stage whole house filter - great for Well water with iron, manganese, and sulfur problems up to 3PPM combined. Have your well water analysis before buying. For city water consider #HMF2SmgCC. The Home Master Filter Pressure Performance Series was designed with your comfort and convenience in mind. Its uses oversized filters, housings, and fittings to ensure your water pressure never falls short. Larger filters require less frequent service, which in turn saves you time, money, and inconvenience. System treats: sediment, turbidity, iron, manganese, sulfur smell, pesticides, herbicides, and other chemicals. Delivers clean, clear water to every faucet and bath in your home without significantly drawing down water pressure. 1st Stage: Four layer depth polypropylene sediment filter - 25 micron surface, 10 micron layer, 5 micron layer, 1 micron inner core - designed for purity with bacterial and chemical resistance - typical life 12 months depending on usage and sediment quantity. 2nd Stage: Iron, Manganese and Sulfur Reduction - Radial Flow design provides excellent filtration with minimal pressure drop (less than 1 psi) - Effectively reduces Iron, Manganese and Sulfur smell in water up to 3PPM combined contaminant load. 3rd Stage - Radial flow granular activated coconut shell carbon - chemicals, taste, and odor removal -100,000 Gal. In the box: Home Master Filter system with filters, steel mounting bracket with bolts, housing wrench, instructions.
•Massive filter housings with 1 in. ports for the strongest water pressure possible - up to 15 Gal. per minute
•4 gradient density replaceable sediment filter produces finer filtration and greater dirt holding capacity, filtration down to 1 micron
•Great for well water; for city water consider model#HMF2SmgCC
•Excellent purification - removes up to 95% of iron, manganese, sediment, chemicals and other contaminants that create foul tastes and odors, treats iron and manganese up to 3PPM combined load
•Oversize filters improve flow rate and reduce maintenance frequency
•Check your installation space before ordering - system dimensions: 27 in. high x 24 in. wide x 9 in. deep
•Operating conditions: pH: 7 to 10. iron: 0-3 PPM, iron bacteria: NONE, manganese: 0- 1 PPM, hydrogen sulfide: 0- 1 PPM, feed water: psi 20 - 90 psi, feed water temperature: 40 to 100 (F), max. total dissolved solids (TDS): 2000 PPM
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Does the HMF3SdgFeC have metal fittings/threads or plastic?

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The fittings and threads are plastic but we had no problems with them.
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plastic
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It has plastic threads.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 115 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is a really great filtration system We have well water with a fair amount of sediment and iron among other things. We also had a problem with hydrogen sulfide. Since installing the filtration system, (which was pretty easy) we have had zero problems with our water. It continues to taste great and we no longer have any issues with staining on our water fixtures. Also, we have not had to change the water filters on our refrigerator water dispenser or our coffee system, since the water coming into the house has been so pure. We were also pleased that installing the water filtration system has not had an impact on our water pressure at all as this was an initial concern of ours. I have also been impressed with the life of the filters. April 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by What a difference!!! Can't believe we waited so long to purchase a system. After researching different systems we chose this one. Very pleased, would highly recommend it! May 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Major improvement Our main goal was to find a system that was NOT a salt based water softener system that still required an OS system. And this is part 1 of what we came up with. This filtration system does exactly what it says it does. Which means takes care of everything except the hard water/scale issues (calcium and magnesium). No more smell or brown particles in the water which was huge! (Before & after pictures of toilet water!) It was not designed to be a water softener or conditioner but it does take all the other things like iron and pesticides out of the water. (It's quite heavy so we built a frame for it to be installed on instead of the side of our manufactured home. See picture) FYI: Part 2 is the water conditioning system. We bought the ScaleBlaster which is also sold by Home Depot. I'll be writing a review on that after I've had it installed for a month or so, which is what the manufacturer says it takes to clear out all the scale buildup in the water pipes for the whole house. Hopefully this will take care of the scale issue which is unbelievable here in Mohave Valley, AZ. (Our water is so hard that when I ran the dishwasher the first time everything came out with baked on white scale. I've had to Brillo everything to get it off!!!). So the dishwasher test will make or break the ScaleBlaster! November 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Home system The system seemsto be working great so far. The wall unit does not seem to support the weight that well so a good brace is needed. The water tastes great and the out and in valves leaked a bit but make sure to add extra tape to the treads. May 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solved a 40 year water old problem at beach house ! Our existing complex system was very costly to maintain. Never could even consider putting in a clothes washer or dishwasher. Always drank bottled water. But now great water quality. I plumbed unit in temporarily with 1/2 " PEX to some convenient tap off points just in case it didn't work and I had to revert to to the old system. But will now tear out the old system and plum in the new with 1" lines! Check out the color of water going in and combing out, which you can see through the PEX lines. Had the water tested before hand. No rotten egg or particulate issue. Number one is Tannen, giving the brown color; about 5 ppm. We are up here 90 days a year and even if I end up replacing cartridges at start of each season this product is a winner. July 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ahhh......clear, odor free water! So far we have been free of orange, stinky water! We are even drinking from the tap again! I have done one load of "whites", and they stayed white. Still not sure how long the filters will last w our challenging well water! April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very happy This water filter has changed the quality of our well water in a way that exceeded our expectations. It is no longer cloudy or tasting of sulfur. September 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GOOD VALUE We had the filter installed by our plumber a week ago and it took a couple of hours. He needed to flush the system for quite a while until the water ran clear. So far we have noticed that the chlorine odor is less pronounced. We are on a community well and the water has never been discolored, so I can't comment on that but we know that in this area of NC, the water is high in manganese and iron, and this unit is supposed to filter that out. I didn't give 5 stars because it's really too soon to judge but we certainly feel that this purchase gives us peace of mind in terms of improving our water quality without breaking the bank, so overall a good value. January 27, 2015
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