The 1 Micron Sediment Filter can be used in standard 2.5″ x 10″ filter housings within a UV steriliser system to reduce sediment, dirt, scale and rust. Rain water can carry various outdoor elements such as clay, soil and sand that can make its way into your underground water supply. A borehole water filter works to remove any physical particles whilst UV rays decontaminate the less visible bacteria. This allows pure, sterilised water to flow through, providing clean drinking water into your home.
Regular cleaning of the filter cartridge will allow it to continue working at full capacity and help prolong the need for replacement. Borehole water filter performance should be monitored every 6 months, cleaning or replacing parts if necessary.
Ideal for use as a UV pre-filter, there are multiple ways to know when the filter needs changing. Keep an eye out for any leaks or visible contamination. Also, take note of any change in taste, smell and water flow from the tap. These are more obvious signs of contamination and need immediate attention. If unsure when cleaning or replacing the 1 Micron Sediment Filter, a variety of videos and tutorials are available via the QR code on the UV steriliser system.