APEC KDF55 2.5"x10" GAC Water Filter Chlorine, Heavy Metal and Bacteria Reduction
- Specializes in Reduction of chlorine, heavy metals and inorganics
- Effectively remove organic matter, taste, and odor
- Treats up to 15,000 gallons
- Spa-quality fresh water for shower, bath and sauna
- Improves quality of all cleaning, laundry & home water applications
Clean and Clear Water
Our FI-KDF55 filter cartridges have superior taste and odor reduction capabilities. There are two types of media in these types of filters: the KDF media in this cartridge specializes in the reduction of inogranics, heavy metals and chlorine and the granular coconut shell activated carbon reduces organic compounds.
KDF Process Media are high-purity copper-zinc granules that reduce contaminants in water using oxidation/reduction (redox) reaction. KDF 55 process medium is an effective chlorine removal agent used in point-of-entry (POE) treatment of municipal water supplies. This unique, innovative and environmentally responsible media consists of high purity copper-zinc granules that use redox (the exchange of electrons) in patented products to effectively reduce/remove chlorine, iron, hydrogen sulfide, heavy metals, and control microorganisms in potable water without the use of chemicals. What's more, KDF 55 media is highly efficient and tank size requirements are modest for more economical system engineering and installation.
This is an excellent choice if you are looking for a filter that will reduce a wide range of contaminants and can be effectively used as either a pre or post filter. The KDF media controls scale, bacteria and algae. KDF media causes cellular damage to microbiological organisms which reduces bacterial growth and protects the activated carbon from fouling to extend the life of the filter.
The KDF55 10" filter (2.5"D x 10"L) fits in all 10" Standard RO Housings.
Warning: Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or with water of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system.
Note: Calculated capacities and flow rates are for reference only. Various chemical and physical conditions can significantly alter the provided estimates herein. Filter cartridges should be changed every six to twelve months or when acceptable effluent ceases, whichever occurs first.