10PK of Big Blue 1 Micron 20" x 4.5" Sediment Water Filter Cartridge by CFS

$110.24
  • 20 x 4.5 Inch. 1 Micron Whole House Polypropylene Sediment Water Filter Cartridge Benefits:

    20" x 4.5" Big Blue Whole House Sediment Filter is made of fine melted polypropylene, which is blown and spun in a cylinder-like form. The main function of sediment filter is to remove large and fine particles from a drinking water, such as sand, dirt, silt, and rust particles. These filters have graded density layers, meaning the outer layers are more porous, catching larger particles, while the inner layers are a finer micron catching smaller particles. Each cartridge is individually shrink-wrapped. This whole house polypropylene sediment filter is compatible with: American Plumber (WDGD-2501-20, 155360-43), Ametek (DGD-2501-20), Bunn (S5-30), Clack (DG2501209HC), Culligan (DGD-2501-20), Everpure (DGD 2501, DEV9108-40), Hydronix (SDC-45-2001), Liquatec (SDF-45-2001), Pentek (DGD-2501-20), ShurFlo (15-052-02), USFilter / US Filter (DGD-2501-20), Valuetrex (VX01-20BB), Watts (FPMB-BB1-20), as well as most other brands of water filters. This filter cartridge fits most brands standard 20" x 4.5" big blue housings (Ace Hardware, Ametek, American Plumber, Culligan, Cuno, Everpure (EV9336-52 PARALLEL 202 Prefilter Kit with Tank), Flowmatic, Fulflo, Liquatec, Master Plumber, Omni, Pentek 20" Big Blue filter housings (#20 Big Blue), Sears, Teledyne, Water Pik and Watts).
    Primary Filter Media: Spun Polypropylene (Melt Blown)
    Removes/Reduces: Sediment (sand, dirt, silt, rust, and scale particles)
    Size: 20 x 4.5 Inches
    Fits: Standard 20" Big Blue/Full Flow Filter Housings
    Capacity: 20 000 Gallons
    Micron Rating (Nominal): 1 Micron
    Flow Rate: 5 GPM
    Temperature Rate: 39°F~125°F (4°C~52°C)
    Pressure Rate: Up to 90 PSI
    Used In Brands: American Plumber, Ametek, Bunn, Clack, Culligan, Everpure, Hydronix, Liquatec, Pentek, ShurFlo, USFilter / US Filter, Valuetrex, Watts compatible
    Lifetime: 6 month (Replace once or twice times a year, depending on the water quality)