2" x 10" Lead, Arsenic, Fluoride (Highly Selective) Removal Inline Water Filter - Resintech SIR-900 Resin

2" x 10" Lead, Arsenic, Fluoride (Highly Selective) Removal Inline Water Filter - Resintech SIR-900 Resin
Item# 25x10-refillable-inline-filter-sir-900-resin
$23.95, 3 for $64.95, 6 for $107.95, 12 for $199.95
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Product Description

The 2" x 10" Lead, Arsenic, Fluoride (Highly Selective) Removal Inline Water Filter - Resintech SIR-900 Resin is a replacement filter for standard 2" x 10" filters.

This 2" x 10" Lead, Arsenic, Fluoride (Highly Selective) Removal Inline Water Filter - Resintech SIR-900 Resin filter uses high grade filtration media for lead, arsenic, and fluoride removal. The effectiveness of this cartridge depends on contact time with the water - the slower the flow rate, the more effective the filter will be.

ResinTech SIR-900 is a granular aluminum oxide based adsorbent. SIR-900 is supplied as an active oxide media based on porous aluminum oxide. ResinTech SIR-900 is intended for removal of fluoride from water. It can also be used for the removal of arsenate, selenate, and lead from potable water. SIR-900 is supplied in the activated adsorbent form.

As an eco-friendly and wallet-friendly bonus, this filter is refillable and can be refilled with our bulk filtration media, which can be found on our website.

Filter features:

20 Micron Filtration
Dimensions: 2 inches x 10 inches
Made in the USA
Highly selective lead, arsenic, and fluoride removal
Fits directly into the water line

Maximum Flow Rate:

.75 gpm (2.84 L/min.)

Operating Temperature:

33 - 100F (0.6C - 38C)

Min Operating Pressure:

30 psi - (207 kPa)

Max Operating Pressure:

100 psi - (689 kPa)

Estimated Life:

6 months or 500 gallons (1893 liters) depending on water quality and flow rate

This filter should not be used with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality, without adequate disinfection before and/or after the filter.

This filter has been tested by the manufacturer against ANSI/NSF Standard 42 for the reduction of chlorine taste and odor.