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Sediment- & Aktivkohle Ersatzfilter für das BIGGREEN Kalkschutzfiltergerät.
- Order number: 1874
- EAN 4260728215537
Sediment & activated carbon replacement filter for the patented BIG GREEN ™ combination water filter from the Canadian manufacturer CANPRO.
Thanks to the two-stage high-flow filtration (20 µm sediment / 10 µm activated carbon filter) it can reliably remove microplastics, chlorine, drug residues and pesticide residues. Reduce or even remove hormone-like substances. The taste of your water is also optimized and unpleasant odors are also significantly reduced.
How the BIG GREEN ™ works
After your house water has been pre-filtered, in the BIG GREEN ™ it first flows through the outer filter cartridge (sediment & activated carbon and then enters the TAC filter. Microscopic seed crystals now form on the surface of the TAC granulate. These crystals envelop the im Dissolved limescale in water without chemically changing it. With this process, the limescale in pipes and devices no longer adheres so strongly and, in a continuous process, existing limescale deposits in pipes and devices are removed Protect your entire piping system as well as large appliances such as washing machines, dishwashers and other hot water devices from limescale deposits without using salt.
Maintenance & cartridge change
The device is almost maintenance-free and should only be cleaned every time the filter is changed. The service life of the sediment & activated carbon unit is normally 6-12 months.
Scope of delivery
Sediment & activated carbon cartridge
Weight: 2.3 kg
Height / diameter: 35cm / 15cm
pH range of use: 6.5-8.5
Hardness: 1300ppm CaCO3
Iron: <0.3mg / l
Manganese: <0.05mg / l
Copper <1.3 mg / l
Sediment filter: 20 µm ((dirt absorption up to 1 kg)
Chlorine reduction **: 189,000 liters at 11.34 lpm
Prevention of deposits *: 3 years or 189,000 liters
* According to the specifications of the carbon filter manufacturer
** depending on the existing water chemistry on site