Bath Spout Diverter Kit - Sprite Shower Filter High Output - Chrome Plastic

For customer convenience we have compiled a kit for easy install of a bath filter with option to attach your own shower hose to, especially handy when bathing a baby or just a relaxing chlorine free bath 

Kit Includes

  • 1 x Chrome Plastic Sprite High Output Shower Filter
  • 1 x Sprite High Output Cartridge (Included)
  • 1 x Chrome Plated Diverter Bath Spout 
  • 1 x Chrome Plated 45' Adaptor (hand tighten knurling grip for any angle plus for quick and easy removal)
  • 1 x Roll Thread Tape (Apply to wall fitting to fit spout and 45'elbow into filter only needed)

Installation; Please see product images for dimensions plus filter has 1/2" male to attach your own shower hose to for convenience

 1/2" BSP Thread Size to screw onto shower head and shower arm (common size)

Dimensions; Overall Length Including Thread 113 mm & 79 mm Housing Width

NSF Approved KDF and Chlorgon Material



This is the genuine Chrome Plastic Sprite High Output Shower Filter. Filter cartridge may be reversed to prevent backlogging and restore water flow  (Reversal at six months is recommended to extend filter life to a full 12 months)
Filter media is NSF approved the Sprite High Output shower filter uses a 50/50 blend of Chlorgon and KDF. The 
KDF addresses free chlorine neutralization while freeing up the Chlorgon to reduce certain types of combined chlorine.

      Our filtration media makes it possible…

      Redox reactions can be chemically complex. Simply stated, during a Redox reaction electrons are transferred between molecules, creating new elements. For instance, when free-chlorine comes in contact with the filtration media, it is changed into a benign, water-soluble chloride. This reaction changes free-chlorine to a larger chloride molecule. This new salt-based molecule requires more energy (heat) to evaporate than a water heater at industry-standard maximum temperatures allows and is too large to be absorbed by the skin. It is then carried harmlessly through the water supply.


      …is one type of Redox filtration media. Researched, developed and patented by David Farley, CEO of Sprite Industries, Inc., Chlorgon converts free chlorine and some combined chlorines to a harmless chloride salt. A proprietary blend of Copper, Zinc and Calcium Sulfide, Chlorgon works well in a variety of temperatures from hot to cold. It is also the active ingredient for Sprite’s Mediterranean Blue: De-chlorinating Bath Salts.

      All Sprite filtered shower products contain Chlorgon. 

      Why Not Carbon?


      • The temperature of tap water ranges from 60 - 75 degrees (F) 15.5 - 23.8 (C)
      • Showering temperatures typically range from 85-105 degrees (F) 29.4 - 40.5 (C)

      Carbon is a cold water filter. It is most effective at temperature ranges of 50-80 degrees (F) 10 - 26.6 (C). At higher temperatures, carbon becomes ineffective. It will “off-load” and release contaminants into the water. Sprite shower filtration media was designed for hot water, becoming more efficient as the water temperature increases.

      Flow Rate


      Of course, you don’t shower in cold water and wouldn’t use a 60 lb. shower filter. And we wouldn’t cut a carbon filter in half and expect it to adequately filter shower water. Instead, Sprite invested a great amount of research in developing a line of realistic catalytic shower filters that filter both free and combined chlorines, dirt, sediment, odors, hydrogen sulfide, iron oxides, and more, from your shower water.


      Test results for 100% chlorine removal by Sprite Industries

      To keep updated on current certified models visit www.nsf.org

      What do Sprite units remove from the water?

      Our Chlorgon filtration media removes:

      • Free Chlorine (Cl-)
      • Combined Chlorine (Sodium Hypochlorite)
      • Hydrogen Sulfide (rotten egg smell)
      • Iron oxide (rust water)
      • Dirt, sediment
      • Odors

      …plus, it’s pH balanced! Our units have been NSF Certified to Standard #177 for free chlorine removal. To learn more about the reduction-oxidation process Sprite filters utilize, 

      While free chlorine is converted to a harmless chloride, our filters handle iron oxide filtration slightly differently. Iron oxide in a shower setting is often described as “brown or rust water” and deposits onto the filtration media, where it will remain until the next shower. We recommend flushing the filter in warm water for a minute or two at the beginning of each shower to “reset” the media. If there is a high concentration of iron oxide in your water, a whole-house filtration system designed specifically for iron removal may best suit your needs.