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Watts RO Replacement Filters

Find RO replacement filters and manuals by selecting your Watts system below

Watts holds a prominent position in the water industry as a leading manufacturer of reverse osmosis (RO) systems. Over the years, Watts has introduced many new filtration systems using cutting-edge innovation and commitment to contemporary water filtration needs. Whether you're looking for replacements for earlier obsolete models or parts for a newer Watts system, you can find replacement filters and parts for your Watts RO drinking water system here.

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Watts RO Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of installing a Watts Reverse Osmosis system?

A Watts reverse osmosis drinking water system is synonymous with superior water filtration. Harnessing the power of advanced RO technology, Watts systems filter out a vast array of contaminants, including VOCs, fluoride, sulfates, pesticides, heavy metals, etc., delivering water that's not only pristine but also fresh and delicious. Investing in an under-sink RO system means prioritizing the health and well-being of your household. In addition, the taste of beverages like tea, coffee, and even plain drinking water is noticeably enhanced. With a Watts RO system, households can enjoy consistent access to clean, refreshing, and high-quality drinking water.

How do I order replacement filters for my Watts RO drinking water filtration system?

Start by clicking on the photo of your Watts system above. From there, you can add the needed filters to your cart. In some cases, you can save time by ordering all of the needed filters in one "filter kit" (not available for all Watts models). Keep in mind that the RO membrane usually only needs to be replaced every two years, while the sediment and carbon filters are replaced every 6-12 months depending on water usage and water quality. For help installing your replacement filters, select your system above and you'll be taken to a page that includes a PDF of install instructions. General RO filter replacement instructions are available here.

Which Watts membrane or filters do I need for my RO filter system?

Select your Watts RO unit from the list above. You will be taken to a new page that shows the available membrane and filters for your RO system. Be sure to select the correct membrane size (listed in GPD or gallons per day). If you have any questions, please call our customer support team at 877-377-9876. We're available Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm Central Time.

What contaminants will a Watts under-sink reverse osmosis system remove?

Watts reverse osmosis filters and membrane can remove common pollutants from water including lead, pesticides, sulfates, fluoride, nitrates, pharmaceuticals, arsenic and much more. The RO system's carbon filter will also remove chloramines and chlorine.

Learn more about what contaminants can be removed with reverse osmosis filtration.

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