Quick Change Triple Action Water Filter reduces scale, dirt, rust, chlorine, chemicals, bad taste, and odours.
Replacement for Insinkerator, CC351, CC151, AP9350, AP9351 water filters and systems.
Smaller substitute filter for AP9100, AP9112, and AP9000
Suitable replacement for F-601 and AQ35
With traditional filter systems, you have a filter cartridge that goes into a filter housing, which can be transparent or not. Transparent housings have the benefit of allowing you to monitor and check the condition of the cartridge. When replacing these cartridges, you must prepare for water spilling out and there’s usually some contact with used filter material.
Quick Change Water Filters simplify this whole process by being designed in a way that eliminates the need to take out cartridges from their housing and deal with used filter media.
A quick-change cartridge is replaceable in its entirety without having to separate the cartridge from the filter housing.
This not only makes it easier to replace the cartridge, but you don’t need to deal with water spilling out or touching used filter media.
Most importantly they’re affordable and easy to manipulate, also offering a safe and clean filter changeover experience.
Insinkerator is a product known as the Food Waste Disposer which is revolutionising food waste disposal in household kitchens. Garbage disposal has never been made so easy than with this ingenious device that liquefies food waste down the kitchen sink and passes it through the sewage network using water.
EcoAqua EWF-8005A Specs
Capacity of 13250 litres or 12 months
Rated at 1-2 microns
Max pressure 827 kPa
235mm overall x 85mm
Flow rate 3.8 litres per min/1 gallons per minute
What is an Insinkerator?
Known as a Food Waste Disposer, is revolutionising food waste disposal in household kitchens. This device liquefies food waste down the kitchen sink which passes it through the sewage network using water.
Above all, a micron is short for micrometer or one millionth of a meter. Now that’s a very tiny unit of measure!
The micron rating refers to the distance between pieces of filter media.
This determines the size of particles that the filter will allow to pass through.
In other words the lower the micron level of a filter, the more contaminants it can catch and purify from your water..