Everpure Water Treatment System

Catalog Item # 4140

Get cleaner, clearer water anywhere.


Everpure Water Treatment System uses a superchlorination/dechlorination process to disinfect your RV water system and can protect you from waterborne bacteria, viruses, mold and algae. Exclusive Micro-Pure filter considerably reduces the taste and odor of chlorine, dirt, rust, cysts and asbestos. 1/2 gallon per minute flow rate. Quick change cartridge lasts up to one year. Features water shut-off valve and 3/8" fittings. Includes chlorine test kit, disinfectant dispenser, ADC cartridge and installation kit. NSF, WQA and CSA certified. Mfr. one year warranty. USA.

Technical Specifications

3.4 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 8 reviews (5 Based on 8 Reviews)

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RV & home

by Joe S. Schreier – December 02, 2003
5 out of 5 stars

We live in a 4 seasons area so we pull the cartridge for winter storage, and it goes to our ice maker/drinking water spigot in hou

The best and easiest water filter

by Anonymous – March 10, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

I have this filter on my diesel coach and although I did not install it myself, it works great. We are in our coach 8 months a ye

Everpure Water Treatment System

by Anonymous – August 28, 2012
4 out of 5 stars

I received the product in a timely manner. The product was not exactly what I had expected. I was expecting a different model fo

Filter issues

by John – May 23, 2008
5 out of 5 stars

We had some difficulty installing the original filter cartridge because of where it was installed, but once we understood how i

Works great use it in Mexico

by Fredrick Bartlett – February 26, 2007
5 out of 5 stars

Yes, change out can spill water I just put a bucket under during the change out. I have drank the water in Mexico and no Montezum

by Jim – August 24, 2015
Yes, this filtration system will help remove odor and taste from the water.

An FYI, sulfur smell and taste in an RV water system many times leads to a water heater that is in need of cleaning and/or replacement anode rod. Checking the water source before going in to the RV will help determine if the water heater is part of the problem. Suburban WH Q&A Atwood Care & Maintenance Brochure
by Camping World – August 25, 2015

This is an interior filter kit.
by Camping World – January 19, 2015
by 2Ps in a pod – October 22, 2014
This has a maximum flow rate of 0.5 GPM and operating pressure range of 10-125 PSI.
by Camping World – October 22, 2014

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