Whole House Water Filter System + UV

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SKU#: PC1000-PUV-14-P

Whole House Water Filter System + UV (4-6 Bathrooms)

Ideal for homes with 4-6 bathrooms, the Pentair Whole House Water Filter System with UV reduces chlorine, while the UV system treats your water using as little energy as a low-watt lightbulb.
  • Certified filtration to reduce 97% of chlorine
  • UV does not negatively affect the taste, color, or odor of your water
  • Simple and convenient installation when purchased withInstall Kit(InstallSinglePUV714-P)
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Whole House Water Filter System + UV (4-6 Bathrooms)
Whole House Water Filter System + UV (4-6 Bathrooms)
SKU#: PC1000-PUV-14-P


Comprehensive Control with a Combination System

Chlorine is a commonly used water treatment method used to kill things like parasites, cysts, bacteria, and viruses. But, when used in higher doses, chlorine can leave behind its signature foul taste and odor in your drinking water. Or you might also experience dry, itchy skin when you get out of the shower. With a Pentair Whole House Water Filter System + UV, you can enjoy the peace of mind that your filtration system is reducing sediment, dirt, and debris from your water while also reducing levels of chlorine or other disinfection byproducts (DBPs). This water filter is ideal for those on a city water supply. Other benefits of this combination system:

  • Does not waste water
  • Does not negatively affect the taste, color or odor of your water
  • Sediment prefilter prevents dirt and debris from entering your home’s water system
  • UV uses nothing but ultraviolet light and does not affect the taste, color, or odor of your water
  • Durable stainless steel design


Enjoy Better Tasting, Smelling Water


Improve Food and Drink Quality


Enjoy Clearer, Sediment-Free Water


Hassle-Free Maintenance

How it works

cut out image of system, 1 on prefilter, 2 toward top of filter tank, 3 towards middle of filter tank, 4 on uv system

5 Micron Prefilter System

The prefilter system reduces debris, sand, silt and sediment in the water supply down to 5 microns (imagine 20 times smaller than a human hair) in size. The prefilter helps protect plumbing and water-using appliances from excess sediment, increasing their effectiveness. With average use, the prefilter will last approximately 6-9 months before needing replacement.

Catalytic Granular Activated Carbon Media (GAC)

Pentair uses a high-grade mesh blend of coconut shell based activated carbon in its whole house carbon filters. The carbon media filters common water contaminants like chlorine, chloramines, and industrial solvents, among many more.

Copper and Zinc Oxidation Media

This stage aids in the reduction of chlorine, chloramines, and other disinfection byproducts (DBPs) and extends the GAC carbon’s life.

UV Disinfection

UV disinfection does not affect taste, color, or odor of your water.



Item #ImageWater ProblemEst. Filter Life
PC1000-PUV-14-P Chlorine Taste & Smell, Sediment/Debris, Bacteria & Virus 60 months
PC600-PUV-7-P Chlorine Taste & Smell, Sediment/Debris, Bacteria & Virus 60 months

What’s Included

  • Prefilter with Mounting Bracket
  • Carbon Filter System
  • UV System
  • Bypass Valve / Fittings
  • Owner’s Manual / Installation Guide

Installation Information

Location: Indoor/Outdoor.
Convenient and simple installation when purchased with an Install Kit.

Do not install outdoors if you live in an area exposed to freezing temperatures. See Owner's Manual for details.


Prefilter: Every 6-9 months

Carbon Tank Media Replacement:

  • Every 5 years or 650,885 gallons (PC600-P) or 1,301,770 gallons (PC1000-P)
  • UV bulbs typically last for one year

Water Education Center

Beyond taste and odor, the volatile chemical nature of chlorine means it can react and form potentially harmful byproducts. But, how much chlorine is ‘safe’?

Learn About Chlorine

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Chloramine is a disinfectant that consists of five parts chlorine and one part ammonia. So, in a sense, it’s kind of “chlorine plus.” Find out how it gets into your water and how you can treat it.

Learn About Chloramines

Soft water doesn’t have to be hard. Learn about what causes hard water and identify solutions to help reduce the related water woes.

Learn About Hard Water

Learn more about common water problems and how to tackle them in our Water Education Center.
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