CARELUX C2Y Filter: Carbon Block Filter 10″ x 4.5″, 5 Micron

$45.00

Time to change your filter? Replace your carbon filter with the CARELUX C2Y Filter.

The CARELUX C2Y Filter has 5 micron pore size and measures 10″ in height and 4.5″ in diameter. This filter goes in the second stage of most filtration systems. This is because, this carbon filter will be covered in dirt and will stop adsorbing chlorine if its installed in the first stage. Therefore, needs a sediment pre-filter to work efficiently.

This carbon block filter removes taste and odours whilst removing chlorine from your drinking water.

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Description

Time to change your filter? Replace your carbon filter with the CARELUX C2Y Filter.

The CARELUX C2Y Filter has 5 micron pore size and measures 10″ in height and 4.5″ in diameter. This filter goes in the second stage of most filtration systems. This is because, this carbon filter will be covered in dirt and will stop adsorbing chlorine if its installed in the first stage. Therefore, needs a sediment pre-filter to work efficiently.

This carbon block filter removes taste and odours whilst removing chlorine from your drinking water.

  • Model: CARELUX C2Y Filter
  • MPN: C2Y
  • Applications:  Town water or Tap water
  • Compatible with: Suit 10″ x 4.5″ Housing Sumps (Blue, Grey, White Casings)
  • Filtration Media: Coconut Shell Activated Carbon Block
  • Size: 10″ x 4.5″
  • Contaminant Removal: Chlorine, Taste and Odours
  • Micron Rating: 5 Micron
  • Certified by NSF 42 and FDA CFR Title 21
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Brand

Life in Every Drop

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Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 25.4 × 11.4 × 11.4 cm
Flow Rate

30LPM

Temperature Rating

40°F – 100°F (4.4°C – 37°C)

Initial Pressure Drop

<1psi typical

Maximum Pressure

125 psi

Carbon Filter Type

Carbon Block

Filter Size

10″ x 4.5″

Micron Rating

5

Reduction Claim

Chlorine, Taste and Odours

Replacement Frequency

Depends on water quality (Recommended every 6 months)

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