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This Doulton HCP Countertop Filter System comes complete with a Doulton Ultracarb Ceramic Filter Candle and features a durable plastic housing with the attractive Doulton Logo. The entire system is NSF Certified.
It connects to the faucet easily and includes all parts needed.
Doulton Ceramic Filter Elements have been trusted by relief organizations around the globe for over 150 years. These filters were developed in the 1850's to remove disease causing bacteria from London's Thames River.
The Doulton UltraCarb element is designed to remove suspended solids, pathogenic bacteria, chemical contaminants and lead. 1 Micron Absolute Carbon Filtration with lead removal capability is beneath the ceramic outer shell. This removes chlorine, improves taste, odor and reduces trace contaminants. These filter elements have been tested in accordance with NSF protocols for cyst, turbidity, particulates, and chlorine reduction (Class 1).
|Maximum working pressure||125 psi (8.6 bars)|
|Maximum working temperature||100 °F (37.8 °C)|
|Minimum working temperature||40 °F (4.4 °C)|
|Recommended cleaning frequency||every 6 months or when flow rate is noticeably lower|
|Recommended change frequency||every 12 months|
|Contaminant Removal||The great majority of pathogenic (disease causing) bacteria and cysts are larger than one µ. The pore size of the ceramic filter element is controlled so that it will remove all suspended matter larger than 0.9 µ.|
|Pathogenic Bacteria||Chorela, Typhoid, Salmonella, Serratia, E. Coli, Fecal Coliform: >99.99% removal|
|Cysts||Cryptosporidium parvum and Giardia lamblia: 100% removal (based on tests by Arizona State University)|
|Sediment||Down to 0.9 µ, 100%; 0.5-0.8 µ with a filter efficiency of >99.99% (based on tests by Spectrum Laboratories, Minneapolis, MN)|
|Dimensions:||12" (H) × 3.5" (D)
30.4 cm × 8.9 cm
|Maximum Working Pressure:||125 psig
|Working Temperature:||40 - 100 °F
4 - 38 °C
|Recommended Flow Rate:||0.5 GPM
|Recommended Cleaning Frequency:||Every 3 months or when water flow rate is noticeably lower||Recommended Change Frequency:||12 months or 1,000 gallons, whichever is sooner