Sprite Showers High Output Cartridge HOC


  • Recyclable Contents
  • Reduces harmful contaminants that may be in your water
  • Works for cold and hot water
Sprite Showers Replacement Filter Cartridges
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Replace the cartridge in your high output shower filter with the Sprite High Output Cartridge HOC.



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Additional information

Cartridge Life

6-12 Months

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  • Sprite Industries are the manufacturers of Shower Water Filters in Idaho, USA.
  • Their filtration technology includes KDF and Chlorgon for efficient reduction of  Free Chlorine (Cl-), Combined Chlorine (Sodium Hypochlorite), Hydrogen Sulfide (rotten egg smell), Iron oxide (rust water), Dirt, sediment and Odors from your shower water.
  • Sprite products are NSF Certified by NSF/ANSI Standard 177 for Free Chlorine Reduction.
  • Shower Water Filters work efficiently at a flow rate of 2.5 GPM (9.4635 LPM).
  • Sprite Shower Filters work with hot water temperatures that range from 85-105 degrees (F).
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How does the filter works?

How does the high output cartridge works?

The High Output Cartridge has CHLORGON & KDF inside. Chlorgon converts free chlorine and some combined chlorines, such as sodium hypochlorite (liquid swimming pool chlorine), to a harmless chloride. Also, works well in a variety of temperatures from hot to cold.

Kinetic Degradation Fluxion, or KDF, converts free chlorine to a harmless chloride. KDF is 100 percent recyclable and contain no chemical additives. Also, removes free chlorine, iron oxides and hydrogen sulfide.

How do I replace the filter?

Is it time to replace the filter? Find out here how you should do it!

How do I replace the High Output Cartridge?

  1. Open the shower filter housing by unscrewing the two Shower Filter Halves counter clockwise
  2. Remove and replace the used filter with the new Replacement Cartridge. Check that the O-ring located inside each of the Shower Filter Housing Halves is properly seated in the O-ring Channel. (Note: A small amount to vaseline applied in the O-ring Channel will hold the O-ring in place)
  3. Close the shower filter housing by screwing the Shower Filter Halves clockwise

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