Pre-solid carbon block water filter 1 5 μ m  

  • •【Powerful Filtering】This filter is made with innovative sintering technology, which helps to remove 99% of chlorine, taste, and odor. This filter can remove finer particles and sediment.
    •【Extra Long Service Life】Can be used continuously for 3 to 6 months or 2500 gallons. The details depend on the volume of water and frequency of use.
    •【Strict Standards】Hee Yoo brand has high requirements for products, and every product that is manufactured must go through 5 inspection and testing stages.
    •【Manufacturer Experience】Hee Yoo Purification has many years of experience as a professional water treatment manufacturer dedicated to R&D, manufacturing, and sales.
    •【OEM & ODM】OEM and ODM order are accepted, and any kind of logo printing or design are available.

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Universal carbon block filter - 10 inches
Correct replacement for water system
The carbon filter is manufactured by an experienced expert team to ensure clean drinking water for your family. Replacing the filter element will reduce harmful impurities in domestic water, and is designed for quick and convenient replacement to maintain the normal operation of the system.


Flow Rate: 2.5-5GPM (flow rate varies based on the regional water pressure/quality)
Filter Dimensions: Length: 10 inch, Diameter:2.5 inch
Operating Temperature: 4-52℃/39-126℉
Max. Operating Pressure: 100 psi

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