Filters

CARBON FILTER

AVAILABLE IN 5, 10, 20 INCHES.
Carbon filtration is effective in removing chlorine, chloramines, odor and VOCs to provide chemical free water

CARBON-BLOCK

AVAILABLE IN 10, 20 INCHES.
Its sintered porous structure made of powdered carbon, thermoplastic binders and other additives, allows for the removal and retention of both sediment and organic chemicals in just one filter.

PLEATED SEDIMENT FILTER

AVAILABLE IN 10 INCHES AND 20 INCHES. Pleated filters are the best method for filtering dirt, sand, silt and sediment or as a pre-filter for a larger system. These outperform other depth type sediment filter elements because they have dramatically increased surface area, which means they deliver much longer life.
5 MICRON AND 50 MICRON

SEDIMENT FILTER

AVAILABLE IN 5, 10, 20 INCHES.
Sediment filter acts as a sieve to remove these particles. The important thing to keep in mind about sediment filters is that they reduce sediment. They don't remove chemicals or heavy metals or make the water taste or smell better. In general, sediment filters are rated by a "micron" number.
FILTERATION STRENGHT: 1 MICRON, 5 MICRON, 10 MICRON.

CARBON FILTER

10 INCHES.
Carbon filtration is effective in removing chlorine, chloramines, odor and VOCs to provide chemical free water​

ANTI BACTERIAL FILTER

These filter cartridges are usually found in multi-stage filter systems such as reverse osmosis systems or other undersink filter systems, which usually feature high-durability cartridges that are replaceable less often than ordinary cartridges.

SEDIMENT FILTER

10 INCHES.
Pleated filters are the best method for filtering dirt, sand, silt and sediment or as a pre-filter for a larger system. These outperform other depth type sediment filter elements because they have dramatically increased surface area, which means they deliver much longer life.

SEDIMENT FILTER

AVAILABLE IN 5, 10, 20 INCHES.
Sediment filter acts as a sieve to remove these particles. The important thing to keep in mind about sediment filters is that they reduce sediment. They don't remove chemicals or heavy metals or make the water taste or smell better. In general, sediment filters are rated by a "micron" number.
FILTRATION STRENGTH: 1 MICRON, 5 MICRON, 10 MICRON.