20″ X 4.5″ 10 micron String Wound Sediment Filter
- Multiply Industries M20E
- Economic string wound sediment solution.
- Big Blue 20″ x 4.5″ style filters
- 10 micron rating
- Made in Taiwan
The String Wound Filter Cartridge is designed to meet the most demanding filtration duties. They offer a compact, easily installed and maintained filtration system for the removal of particulate from liquid. They are an economical solution for the reduction of fine sediment including sand, silt, rust and scale particles in domestic and small commercial applications.
The string roving is made from cotton which is wound over a slotted polypropylene core for extra strength. The roving is wound in a precise pattern around the core providing a greater surface area. The result is a filter with a high dirt loading capacity and minimal pressure drop. The String Wound Filter cartridge has been on the market for many years and has a proven record of consistent performance.
Features & Benefits
- Highly Price Competitive
- High Dirt Holding Capacity
- Excellent Filtering Performance
- Individually Wrapped and Sealed
- Light Industrial
- Micron Rating (Nominal): 10
- Length: 20”
- Outside Diameter: 4.5″
- Temperature Ranges: 4.4°C – 72°C
Do not use the filter for drinking water with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system. Filters are designed to fit most Big Blue (TM) type household and commercial or industrial housings. Performance claims are based on independent lab results and manufacturer’s internal test data. Actual results obtained will vary with various combinations of organic contaminants, changes in pH or other conditions encountered in actual use. All information presented here is based on data believed to be reliable. It is offered for evaluation and verification but is not to be considered a warranty of any kind. Flush new cartridges until water runs clear prior to use.
Recommended cartridge change at a maximum increased pressure differential of 69kPa (10psi) across the filter array.