The Hydronix 10" Big Blue Sediment Filter is an economical equivalent of the Liquatec SDF-45-1001 Big Blue Filter. This Hydronix 1 Micron filter is also known as part number SDC-45-1001. Made of 100% pure polypropylene, this filter is resistant to chemicals and reduces waterborne contaminants like sand, silt, rust and sediment. The Hydronix Big Blue Sediment Filter provides a higher particulate filtering capacity compared to standard spun polypropylene and string wound water filter cartridges.
By utilizing the 4 separate layers of micron filtration, the outside-in flow allows the outer layer to trap larger sized particles, which results in a much lower pressure drop compared to conventional filters. The coreless design of this Hydronix 4 1/2x10 Sediment Filter is a cost-effective solution to pre-filtration for reverse osmosis systems and post-filtration for granular activated carbon filters (also known as GAC filters). This Big Blue Sediment Filter is ideal for residential, industrial, commercial and food service applications.
Hydronix Big Blue 1 Micron Filter specifications:
1 Micron Filter
High chemical resistance
Flow rate: 1 psi @ 10 gpm
Dimensions: 4 1/2" x 9 7/8"
Higher dirt holding capacity
Multi-stage sediment depth filtration
Liquatec SDF-45-1001 Filter Replacement
Adhesive free, binder free, surfactant free
Fits filter housings requiring 10" Big Blue media
Certified NSF International to ANSI/NSF Standard 42
The Hydronix Sediment Filter fits industrial and whole house Big Blue water filter housings requiring 10" x 4 1/2" Big Blue filter media. It is tested and certified by NSF International to ANSI/NSF Standard 42 for material requirements only. For optimum performance, replace your Hydronix Sediment Filter every 6 months, depending on usage and water quality. The operating temperature range for this Big Blue Filter is 40 degrees to 145 degrees Fahrenheit (4.4 to 62.8 degrees Celsius). Do not use this sediment filter with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection.