Carbon filter cartridges are widely used in the reduction of chlorine, chloramines, orgaincs, taste & odour and colour from water supplies in a wide range of applications.
The activation process during the manufacturing process produces a huge network of cracks and pores and creates a huge surface area. Contaminants such as chlorine are adsorbed by chemically binding the impurities to the carbon while the physical structure of the carbon traps particles matter.
Carbon Block cartridges are moulded from granulated activated carbon and compressed to form a tight block to contaminants and offer excellent chlorine and chloromine reduction while also providing advanced sediment reduction.
Cyst Reduction - Some carbon block cartridges are rated to remove some cysts due to their fine micron performance.
Antibacterial - Some carbon block cartridges are available as a Silver-Carbon option which inhibits the growth of bacteria in the carbon media
Granular Activated Carbon cartridges are assembled from loosly packed granular carbon and are often used for taste and odour reduction and colour removal. Water passes through a pre-filter, then through the bed of carbon granules, and finally through a final pad filter to the outlet of the housing.
Supplied in a range of standard and large diameters, with lengths from 10" to 40", these cartridges suit standard housings supplied in Australia.