Reverse Osmosis Systems
Aqua Elite RO Replacement Filters
Aqua Elite reverse osmosis replacement filters and manuals
The Aqua Elite series by Nelsen Corporation are updated styling to the Aqua Classic, designed with white filter housings and white steel tank. The various models of the Aqua Elite RO system feature a 3.2 gallon steel tank, a long-reach, non air-gap faucet, and automatic shut-off feature. Some models also have an additional "Extended Contact Carbon Adsorption Filter" for additional water treatment with carbon. We sell parts and filters compatible with the Aqua Elite reverse osmosis drinking water systems.
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Aqua Elite RO Frequently Asked Questions
How do I order replacement filters for my Aqua Elite drinking water filtration system?
Start by clicking on the photo of your Aqua Elite system above. From there, you can add the needed filters to your cart. Remember that the reverse osmosis (RO) membrane usually only needs to be replaced every 2 years, while the sediment and carbon filters are replaced every 6-12 months depending on water usage and source water quality.
Will these compatible filters work directly with my Aqua Elite RO filtration system?
Yes, the high-quality compatible filters are designed to fit your Aqua Elite RO system. If you're unsure about which filters to order, our customer support team is happy to answer any questions you might have. 877-377-9876 Mon-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm CT.
What contaminants will Aqua Elite-compatible filters remove?
The filters compatible with your Aqua Elite reverse osmosis filter system can remove common pollutants from water including fluoride, nitrates, lead, pesticides, sulfates, pharmaceuticals, arsenic and more. The carbon filter will also remove chloramines and chlorine.
Learn more about what contaminants can be removed with reverse osmosis filtration.
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