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Culligan HF-160 Whole House Water Filter Housing

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Culligan HF-160 Whole House Water Filter Housing

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The Culligan HF-160 Whole House Water Filter Housing is no longer available.
The Culligan HF-160 Filter System has been discontinued. The Pentek 150071 Filter Housing is the exact same housing and can be purchased. All of the replacement parts and filters for the Culligan HF-160 are still available.
  • Genuine OEM Product
  • Culligan HF-160 Clear Housing Materials of Construction:
  • Housing: Styrene Acrylonitrile (Clear)
  • Cap: Reinforced Polypropylene
  • O-Ring: Buna-N
  • Button Assembly: 300-series Stainless Steel, EPDM, and Polypropylene
  • Culligan HF-160 Whole House Replacement Water Filter Information:
  • The water filter cartridge is not included with the housing. This allows you to purchase the best water filter for your water supply.
  • The water filter cartridge life depends on the water filter cartridge purchased, the quality of your water, and the amount of water used. You will know when to change the filter cartridge when your water pressure drops.
  • Sediment water filters reduce dirt, sand, silt, sediment, rust particles, and scale particles. Choose from one of our sediment water filters at the 10" L x 2.5" W Standard Filter Page.
  • Drinking water filters produce healthier, better-tasting drinking water by reducing chlorine taste and odor and other contaminants. Choose from one of our carbon drinking water filters at the 10" L x 2.5" W Standard Filter Page.
  • Most Popular Water Filters for the Culligan HF-160 Whole House Housing:
  • Sediment Filters:
    P5 5 Micron Sediment Filter
    ECP5-10 5 Micron Pleated Filter (Recommended for chlorinated water only)
  • Carbon Filters:
    CBC-10 0.5 Micron Chlorine Taste & Odor and Cyst Reduction Carbon Block Filter
    GAC-10 20 Micron Chlorine Taste & Odor Reduction Filter
  • Recommended Parts & Accessories:
  • Replacement OR-34 O-Rings. One o-ring is included with the housing purchase, but you should replace the o-ring periodically to prevent leaks.
  • Use silicone grease to lubricate the o-rings to prevent leaking.
  • Use the SW-2 housing wrench to remove the sump. The wrench should NOT be used to tighten the sump back onto the cap. Over tightening may cause damage to the o-ring.
  • Use a single UB-1 stainless steel mounting bracket to mount the whole house housing.