In-Line Sediment Filter

  1. Product: In-Line Sediment Filter
  2. DIA:  2.0″ (52mm)LENGTH: 10.5″(262mm+-2mm)
  3. DIA:  2.5″ (64mm)LENGTH: 11″(280mm+-2mm)
  4. MAX FLOW:  0.75GPM
  8. PIPE SIZE:  1/4″


Ozone Spring In-Line Sediment Filter is a closed module that is utilized for filtering out mechanical sediment particles found in water, including sand, silt, soil, rust, incrustations, and dirt. Ozone Spring In-Line Sediment Filter has a high flow rate and can hold a lot of dirt, keeping the pressure drop low, with durable physical resistance, steady flow, and consistent performance for a long time. These filters effectively decrease levels of unwanted particles to maintain drinking water safety for you and your family.

Sediment filters are utilized in different scenarios such as filtering city water in homes, treating well water, in restaurants, commercial settings, and other applications. Sediment filters are utilized in well water filtration systems for residential wells as well. Remember that while sediment filters can lower sediment and turbidity levels, they are unable to eliminate heavy metals, chemicals, or enhance the taste and smell of water.

Why use In-Line Sediment Filter

In-Line Sediment Filter are essential for various reasons, primarily to ensure the cleanliness and usability of water in homes, businesses, and other applications. Here’s why people need these filters:

  1. Protection of Plumbing and Appliances: Sediment in water can be highly abrasive and damage plumbing systems and water-using appliances. Over time, sediment buildup can lead to inefficiencies, increased maintenance costs, and eventual breakdowns. Sediment filters protect these systems by capturing sand, dirt, rust, and other particulate matter before they can cause harm.
  2. Prevention of Clogging: Sediment can clog water fixtures like faucets, showerheads, and valves, leading to reduced water flow and increased wear. By filtering out these particles, in-line sediment filters help maintain consistent water pressure and extend the life of your fixtures.
  3. Enhanced Water Treatment: For homes with additional water filtration systems, such as carbon filters or reverse osmosis units, sediment filters act as a crucial first stage of filtration. They prevent larger particles from reaching these more sensitive systems, which are designed to remove smaller contaminants like chemicals and bacteria. This not only protects the finer filters from getting clogged too quickly but also enhances their efficiency and lifespan.
  4. Improved Water Quality: Sediment can make water appear cloudy and unappealing, and sometimes even impart a slight taste or odor. A sediment filter ensures that the water looks clear and is more pleasant to use for drinking, cooking, and bathing.
  5. Essential for Well Water Users: Well water often contains higher levels of sediment compared to municipal water because it is directly pumped from the ground where it can collect particulates. In-line sediment filters are particularly crucial for well water users to prevent sediment from entering the home water supply.
  6. Supports Commercial and Industrial Applications: In commercial and industrial settings, clean water is often critical not just for consumption but for processes that require water of certain purity standards. Sediment filters help achieve and maintain these standards, preventing costly downtimes and maintenance.
  7. Cost-Effective Maintenance: Using sediment filters can significantly reduce maintenance costs over time. By preventing sediment from entering the system, they reduce the frequency and cost of repairs and replacements needed for plumbing and water-handling equipment.

Overall, in-line sediment water filters are a relatively low-cost investment that can provide significant benefits in terms of protecting plumbing systems, extending the lifespan of more sensitive filtration systems, and ensuring high-quality water.

In-Line Sediment Filter


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