ROSave.Z Depth Sediment Filter - GE Water Technologies
2.5" x 10" - 1 Micron Premium ROsave.Z Sediment Filter - GE Water Technologies
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2.5" x 10" - 5 Micron Premium ROsave.Z Sediment Filter - GE Water Technologies
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Why does BRS recommend this?
GE produces one of the best sediment filters with true progressive fibers. They will last longer and outperform almost any other sediment filter in its price range. GE specializes in water treatment and is what we use in our RODI systems for the best performance.
ROsave.Z Depth Cartridge Filters is a revolutionary Z.Plex filter engineered by GE. These filters are specifically made for reverse osmosis pretreatment applications and other filtered water applications.
ROSave.Zs' Z.Plex technology provides great performance:
- Up to twice the life of conventional depth filters
- Up to 50% lower pressure drop
- Up to 100% greater dirt holding capacity
- Superior SDI reduction
- Melt-bonded exterior ensures no media migration
- Provides lower total cost of filtration operations
- NSF 42 certified, FDA compliant
ROSave.Z cartridge filters are made from thermally bonded fibers of polypropylene. GE Water & Process Technologies certifies that it uses no resin binders, lubricants, antistatic or release agents or other additives in the manufacture of these cartridges and that the resin used for manufacturing the filter media meets the food contact requirements of U.S.FDA 21CFR regulations. When required, specify only FDA compliant sealing materials and end-adapters.GE filter cartridges are designed and manufactured for resistance to a wide range of chemical solutions. Conditions will vary with each application and users should carefully verify chemical compatibility.
|Product Name||ROSave.Z Depth Sediment Filter - GE Water Technologies|
|SKU||GE ROSave.Z Sediment Filter|
|Filter Dimensions||10 in. x 2.5 in. (Standard)|
|Micron Rating||1, 5|
No they are not. These are standard 10x2.5" size filters.
Not really a pressure drop more than 1 PSI with the sediment filter. When these clog you will notice more than 5% drop in pressure.
The 1 micron filter will remove most particles smaller then 1 micron, compared to 5 with the 5 micron filter. In theory a 1 micron filter will remove more stuff but the downside is that for most folks they clog a lot faster so most folks use 5 micron filters as they offer the best balance between cost and performance. Everyone's water supply is a bit different though, so if you can use a 1 micron filter and not have it clog rapidly on your water supply then use the 1 micron.
Both of these products are made in the United States. Have a great day!
This filter will remove roughly twice the amount of sediment before clogging compared to the regular filters.