Size:- 10 inch (25 cm)
Diameter – 2 inch
Micron Rating – 5 Micron
Material - Food Grade Plastic
Brand - Pearl Water
Total Service Life - 6000 L
Easy To Install, Do Self Installation
Country Of Origin - INDIA
Net Quantity - 1
Sediment filters are important components of water treatment systems. As we all know water has dirt, debris, or fine particulates in it. Sediment filters are also useful in ensuring other filters and water filtration equipment can operate efficiently. This Sediment filter has a filtration range of up to 5 microns.
It is safer than tap and bottled water
Removes large sediment particles
Easy to install
Sediment filters classic remove visible particulate matter, and any particles of dirt, sand, dust, and debris that can be caught by its micron-rated capacity. Sediment filters also remove turbidity from water.
Protects RO membrane & UV Filter
Efficient & Low Maintenance required
Pearl Water Sediment Filter Classic can be used in all types of Domestic Water Filter and Purifier.
Easy to replace and install the inline filters.
Change this sediment filter set every 6 months for safe and healthy drinking water.
Provides a healthy environment by giving pure and safe potable water for drinking after purification.
Sediment filter effectively removes various Dirt particles that come from services water pipe such as bits of rust and also protects the membrane to provide your RO Water Purifier a long life.
This Product typically lasts for 3 to 6 months.
Two major reasons to use a sediment filter:-
Protects plumbing & appliances in the house.
Improves UV filters and membrane effectiveness.
Improves lifeline of both Water Softener & RO System.
1. What does the sediment filter remove?
Ans:- Sediment filter effectively eliminates various foreign bodies that come from water pipelines such as bits of rust, sand, and dirt, and also protects the RO membrane. It is used in 1st stage of filtration.
2. How often should you change the sediment filter?
Ans:- Sediment filter needs to be changed every 3 months to 6 months, depending upon the daily water usage and quality of water.