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Water Filter Canister Housing - 10 in.
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A high quality 10" filter housing is the central part of the filtering system you are building up from scratch. Whether you're looking to filter your water ahead of brewing or your finished beer prior to bottling/kegging, this housing will be there to hold your filter media year after year.
The same 10" housing found in our FIL32 kit. It has 1/2" FPT ports on both the "in" and "out" of the housing, allowing you to connect hose barbs, valves, or quick disconnects for a fully customized system. Can even be mounted on the wall with our Filter Canister Bracket!
For -pre-brewing water filtration, we recommend a Carbon Block filter.
For Filter Cartridges to filter beer, see our line of BevBrite Filters.
Please Note: This housing is for 10" filter cartridges.  Many cartridge filters are 9.785" long, and will allow some bypass if used with this housing. We recommend BevBright filter cartridges.

Temp range: 40 - 125° F

Max pressure: 125 PSI


Item # FIL32A
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 2LBS
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Traxler L on Feb 8, 2018
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Traxler L on Feb 8, 2018

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Fantastic. This will help me in my small operation with limited space.
January 17, 2018
1 month ago
Seals fine, remember to buy attachments
This is just a big plastic cannister - filter block sold separately. Also remember that this thing has 1/2" FPT connectors, so don't forget to add two more quick-connect devices of your favorite type to your order.

I've been using mine for about a year or so, fairly regularly, as part of my pre-brew water treatment plan. I have chloramine-treated city water, and have been told that running slowly through a carbon-block filter will get rid of most of that, plus my downstairs water tap sometimes spits out rust (rental housing, what can you do?), so this helps on both fronts. The O-ring still seals well, the only drips I ever get are when I forget to seat my quick disconnect hose properly (or if I forget to open the valve on my brew kettle before I turn on the water-- woops!).

It's solid and durable enough to put up with mistreatment. Mine's usually flopped around, loose, between my sink and brewpot, so it falls over all the time.
May 1, 2013
Works well. I use two inline to filter my water. I smashed an oring once by being careless, but have never had any other problems.
May 1, 2013