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Top-Selling Whole House Water Filters Choose Comparisons
Water System Brand: Pelican PC600Aquasana EQ-300LifeSource 1620Kinetico Q237-77RainSoft QRS 1054 E W S
Removes Chlorine & Chemicalsyes - 99.9% yes - 99.9% yes - 99.9% yes - 99.9% yes - 99.9% yes - 99.9%
Retains Healthy Mineralsyes no yes no yes yes
Testing & Certification
(Certified Capacity)
no UL WQA none WQA none
Automatic Self Cleaningno no yes yes yes yes
Certified Capacity0 300,000 Gal. 2,228,396 Gal. 0 200,000 Gal 0
Claimed Filter Capacity600,000 Gal. 300,000 Gal. 2,228,396 Gal. 700,000 Gal. 200,000 Gal 1,000,000 Gal.
Total Monthly Cost (Based on 15-year Ownership)$27.98/Month $44.41/month $21.05/month $52.22/month $118.75/month $35.37/month
Total Cost of 15-year Ownership*$5,037 $7,995 $3,390 $9,400 $21,375 $6,366.25

Average monthly cost is based on a family usage of 100,000 gallons of water per year multiplied by a 15-year service life. Also included in the cost, if applicable, is a $600 installation fee per system.

The information comes directly from certification forms provided by independent third party groups. If there was no third party verification provided, we used the claims they made on their websites. The independent resources we focused on include the Water Quality Association, the Underwriters Laboratories, and the National Sanitation Foundation.

Our research was conducted by studying detailed information about different consumer water products. We tried to look at the most popular options in the market to help make it easier for consumers to make a decision. Most consumers lack the time or knowledge of what to look for in certification statements, so we have compiled our findings in the chart above.

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