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- ST05 Water Filter
ST05 Water Filter
Sediment is any particulate matter that can be transported by fluid flow and which eventually is deposited as a layer of solid particles on the bed or bottom of a body of water. In water these particles may be rust flakes from the water pipes, sand grains, small pieces of organic matter, clay particles or any other small particles in the water supply. A sediment filter acts as a sieve to remove such particles.
The ST05 sediment filter has a 5 micron rating, and is designed to fit most standard sized filter housings and can be fitted to all standard water filtration units including Reverse Osmosis Systems that use 10” water filters. The ST05 employs a quick change cartridge design, is shrink wrapped, clean and reliable. It is recommended that the ST05 sediment filter be replaced every 12 months.
- ST33 Water Filter
ST33 Water Filter
Carbon filtering is a method of filtering that uses a bed of activated carbon to remove contaminants and impurities, using chemical absorption. Celtic Water Solutions recommends the use of an ST33 is a compact carbon filter. This filter will remove bad tastes and some colour from the water, along with chlorine and it’s by products.
- Water Filter Housings
Our specialist expertise in filter housing means we can provide our customers with a wide range of filter housings and mounting brackets in 10” 20” and 20” Jumbo to suit ¾”, 1” or 1.5” BSP. These come in blue, white or transparent and are available with brass thread or plastic ports. Mounting brackets and spanners are available for all sizes of Water Filter Housings.
- Sediment Filter
Sediment filters remove suspended matter such as sand, silt, loose limescale, clay or organic matter from your tap water. Untreated water passes through a filter medium, which traps suspended matter on the surface or within the filter. These materials can be the cause of turbidity or cloudiness in the water. Sediment filters can also remove insoluble or suspended iron and manganese. Cartridge sediment filters are generally point-of-use devices that can be installed under the sink, attached to a tap, or used as a pre-filter for other water treatment processes to increase their longevity. Sediment filters consist of a housing, usually plastic, surrounding the filter medium. The filter medium can be made from a variety of materials. The most common materials used are paper, ceramic, polypropylene, acrylic fibre, glass fibre, polyester, spun cellulose and rayon. Wrapping or corrugating the material creates a larger filter surface area for contact with untreated water.
In the sediment filtration process, pressure from the water line forces the water through the media or fibre wraps of the medium into the inner cylinder, which leads out of the filter into the water line. Contaminants strained from the water are retained on the surface of the medium or are trapped within it.
The size of the particles retained depends on the pore size or the space between media fibres or granules. Most filters list an average pore size and are rated by the manufacturer according to the smallest particle they can trap. For example, a 10 micron (ten thousandths of a millimetre) filter would trap contaminants 10 microns in diameter or larger. Celtic Water Solutions currently stock sediment filters in 5 micron, 10 micron, 20 micron and 25 micron.
Water flow through a filter is greatest when a new or replacement cartridge is installed. As trapped material accumulates in the filter, it increases its effectiveness by assisting in the filtration process. Water flow gradually decreases as trapped material continues to accumulate. Eventually the filter must be replaced. When a noticeable drop in water flow through the filter occurs, clean or replace the cartridge.
- Carbon Block Filter
Homeowners are increasingly concerned about contaminants in their water supply and how they may affect their health, or cause taste and odour problems. Sources of these contaminants can include solvents, pesticides, industrial wastes, etc.
Fortunately there are water filters that remove many of the impurities found in the water. Two predominant types of carbon filters available on the market today are carbon block filters and granular activated cartridges (GAC). Carbon is a substance that has a long history of being used to absorb impurities, and is perhaps the most powerful absorbent known to man. Celtic Water Solutions are leaders in the carbon filter industry and can offer a host of carbon block and granular activated carbon filters. More details below
- Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) Filter
Granular Activated Carbon is made from organic materials with high carbon content, such as wood, lignite and coal.
GAC filters are a very reliable solution to a variety of water treatment challenges, and more homeowners are adopting these filters every year. GAC filters are efficient and cost-effective means for the removal of organic contaminants found in both surface and ground water.
Most importantly, GAC filters provide homeowners with a single process to solve multiple problems.
We sell and supply all types of replacement water filter Cartridges, for Reverse Osmosis Systems, Fridge Filters and any other type of water filter available. We supply;
- 10″ Carbon Block Water Filters
- 10″ Sediment Water Filters
- 10″ Washable Water Filters
- In-line Taste & Odour Water Filters
- In-line Dirt & Sand Water filters
- In-line DI Water Filters
- In-line Re-Mineral Water Filters
- 10″ GAC Water Filters
- 10″ Refillable Water Filters
- 10″ Reverse Osmosis Membranes
- 20″ Sediment Water Filters
- 20″ Carbon Block Water Filters
- 20″ Jumbo Water Filters
- 20″ Washable Water Filters