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Sediment filters remove suspended matter in water that in the absence of turbulence it would eventually settle to the bottom. Sediments in drinking water could include sand, dirt, rust, loose scale, clay or organic material such as decomposing vegetation. Sediment can damage plumbing and appliances over time.

For example, rust particles can cause brown, yellow or orange spots on clothing, fixtures, and toilets. A scale can build up in hot water heaters and washing machines, reducing the flow rate and shortening appliance life. Sediment can also negatively impact the taste and quality of your drinking water.


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