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Stage 1 / Pre-filter - At the first
stage, the raw water enters a 10 micron prefilter cartridge to remove any heavy
sediment. Then, the raw water enters the distribution tube and travels through
the distribution basket.
Stage 2 / Main Filter Tank - From
here, water is dispersed through the KDF media which removes inorganic
contaminants such as lead and other heavy metals, chlorine a function which
carbon alone cannot do.
Stage 3 / Main Filter Tank - In the
third stage, chlorine, volatile organic chemicals (VOC's) such as THM's bad
tastes and odours, are removed by adsorption into the bed of granular activated
carbon (GAC). These granules form a maze of torturous paths through which the
water flows. These serve as "parking spaces" for the contaminants.
Stage 4 / Post-filter -
Finally, the filtered water exits the main chamber and passes through a 5 micron
post-filter which catches any carbon fines that might leave the unit upon
initial flush. Clean, fresh water is then ready to use throughout your entire
Dual Media - Point of Entry System
features. Media is a combination KDF 55 with other medias and is
unparalleled in Chlorine removal and heavy metal reduction. Consisting of a high
purity copper-zinc formula, it's an NSF approved media that drastically extends
the life of a carbon based filter. It is 100% recyclable and has no chemical
KDF 55 Media is used in chlorine removal
applications in conjunction with granular activated carbon. KDF 55 strips the
chlorine from the water before the water contacts the carbon. The carbon, not
being burdened with the job of chlorine removal is then free to perform higher
level carbon filtration. Such as removal of chemical contaminants including
Volatile Organic Chemical (VOC's) and Trihalomethanes (THM's). Using KDF media
in conjunction with granular activated carbon extends the life of the media bed
significantly over using carbon alone. That means longer service runs before
replacement of the media is required.
Point-of-Entry (P.O.E.) -
Fresh, filtered water from every tap in your home. Shower in chlorine-free
water. Makes all beverages enjoyable and taste natural. Eliminates the need to
carry home or bring in bottled water. Plus, whole house water filter systems
help to prolong the life of plumbing components and fixtures.
1. Check that your pressure does not exceed 8 bar. (If your pressure is
above 8 bar, a pressure reducer needs to be installed before the unit)
2. Have a plumber install the unit as seen in the picture on page 1 (a filter
bypass can be installed by your plumber- recommended)
3. If your unit is supplied with a manual backwash head move the handle to
backwash position-( if your unit does not have a backwash handle continue to
4. Open water inlet valve and the vessel will start in backwash mode. Run the
unit for approx 5 minutes to backwash the unit
5. Close inlet valve
6. Move the handle to rinse position.
7. Open inlet vale and the unit will go into rinse mode. Rinse for 15 seconds.
8. Close inlet valve.
9. Move the handle to filter position.
10. Open inlet valve
11. Filter will now be in filter mode.
12. Open outlet/shutoff valve this will allow water to pass through to where it
13. Some black carbon dust may still come through your pipes at initial start
up. This should clear up in few minutes. This carbon dust should be discarded
but is not harmful to your health if swallowed or digested
14. Your water is now ready to use.
Units that do not have a backwash valve do not need to be backwashed. (Units
that do not have backwash valves are normally installed on clean municipal water
were backwash is not necessary.
A backwash should be done once every month or earlier depending on water
quality. If a drop in flow is noticed a backwash should also be done (step 3 –
Pre and post filters
Need to be changed once a year. Or if a backwash is done and the flow rate still
does not increase.