Colour Removal Filter, Ideal for peaty water Conditions
Tannins are a common class of organic compounds found in upland water and will
normally give the water a yellow/brown tint.
In peaty areas such as parts of Ireland and the Highlands the water can be virtually
Traditional sediment filters are unable to remove
this colour contaminant, this not only looks
unpleasant but can also cause staining to surfaces
and affect the performance of appliances such as
dishwashers and washing machines.
On private water supplies it is often the case that
bacteria treatment is required in order to create a
potable water supply. If too many tannins are present
within the supply, this will effective the performance
of equipment such as Ultra Violet, that require a certain
level of transmittance in order to operate correctly
Our Organic scavenger system uses a specially formulated resin that is able to hold on
to these organic compounds, therefore effectively removing them from the water
The system then periodically automatically flushes these organics to waste using a
brine solution. The resin is then able to continue to produce a tannin free water supply
Inlet/Outlet 3/4" Bsp male parralel
Overflow 1/2" Hose connector
Drain 3/8" O.D tubing
Max operating Pressure 8 bar (116 p.s.i )
Min Operating Pressure 1 bar (14.5 p.s.i )
Max water temperature 30 degree C
Min water temperature Protect from freezing
Height 1190mm - 40 inch
Width 325mm - 12 inch
Depth 520mm - 22 inch
Resin Capacity 25 Ltr
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Standard Delivery by DPD (3-5 working days)
Next Day Delivery by DPD - £15.00
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