A pool or spa water filter that uses a replaceable porous element made of paper or polyester as its removal system.
A filtration system that uses a fine mesh material to remove suspended contaminants from the water. This type of filter requires a 30 minute cleaning with a garden hose six to ten times per year.
A filter that utilizes a porous element that acts as a filter medium. The cartridge is disposable.
filter with a pleated element which traps debris. Looks like a giant oil filter.
A cartridge filter is a filter that uses a paper cartridge (similar to a car air filter) to filter out dirt and debris from swimming pool water.
a type of filter that utilizes a porous, pleated component or bag to remove particles.
The most widely used spa water filter. Uses paper or fabric-like cartridges as its removal system.
A filter, which utilizes a replaceable element and does not require back washing.
Disposable filter device that has a filter range of 0.1 micron to 100 microns.
Pre-assembled filter media which has been fluted, convoluted, and/or made in cylindrical or canister form.
A pool water filter that uses paper or polyester cartridges as its filtering agent. Similar in principle to the oil or air filter in your car.
A filter for pool water that uses paper or fabric-like material to remove suspended matter.
Filter that uses replaceable filter elements.
A pool or spa water filter that uses paper or fabric-like pleats as a filtering agent.
A filter that uses replaceable paper or fabric-like cartridges as the filtration medium.
A filter device, usually disposable. For a detailed description see end of this booklet.
a pressure filter where paper or fabric cartridges are installed inside a cylindrical housing (pressure vessel) and the filtered liquid is pumped through the cartridge walls. Liquid flow is usually from the outside of the cartridge wall through to the inside core - dirt is deposited on the OD of the cartridge. These pressure vessels must be ASME coded.
A filter that utilizes a pleated, porous medium as a filtering material.
An air pollution control device that traps gas-borne particulates by forcing the gas through filter element cartridges. The cartridges are typically made with pleated non-woven media. Recently, 100% spun bond synthetic media filters have been developed.