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- Doulton W9361122 Stianelss Steel Gravity Filter System:
- The Doulton W9361122 SS Gravity Filter System is made from polished stainless steel.
- The Stainless Steel Gravity System is portable and easy to keep hygienically clean.
- W9361122 Stainless Steel Filter System requires no power, as it uses gravity to filter the water.
- To use the Doulton W9361122 Filter System, simply pour water into the top reservoir.
- The Doulton SS Gravity Filter System uses 2 Super Sterasyl 7 Inch Filter Candles.
- The upper reservoir holds 2.11 (8 liters) gallons of untreated water. The lower reservoir holds 2.11 (8 liters) gallons of treated water.
- Doulton W9361122 SS Gravity Filter System Contaminant Reduction:
- The Doulton W9361122 Filter System uses 2 Doulton Super Sterasyl Ceramic Filter Candles which will reduce:
- Pathogenic bacteria: Cholera, Typhoid, Salmonella, Serratia, E. Coli, Fecal Coliform >99.99% removal
- Cysts: Cryptosporidium Parvum, Giardia Lamblia >99.99% removal
- Sediment: Down to 0.9 micron absolute; 0.5 - 0.8 micron with a filtration efficiency of >99.99%
- Organic Chemicals: Pesticides, herbicides and organic solvents removal
- Metals: Lead, Iron, Aluminum removal
- Taste & Color: Hydrogen Sulphide, Iron, etc. removal
- Lead Removal: Lead is seldom found naturally in domestic water supply but can result from the dissolution of lead pipes which may still be in use in old water systems. The zeolite metal ion reduction medium in the Ultracarb element effectively reduces the lead content in drinking water.
- Doulton W9361122 Stainless Steel Gravity Filter Systems Specs:
- Approximate Dimensions: 19.5" Tall X 8.5" Diameter - Uses 7" Super Sterasyl Filter Candles with 1 1/4" thread mount
- Micron Rating (Absolute): .9 µm
- Maximum working temperature: 100.4° F
- Minimum working temperature: 41° F
- Capacity: 2.11 Gallons of untreated water and 2.11 Gallons of filtered water
- Maximum working pressure: 125 psig
- Recommended flow rate: 0.4 - 1.2 gpm
- Recommended cleaning frequency: when flow rate is noticeably lower
- Recommended filter change frequency: 6 months or 600 gallons
- Manufacturer: Doulton W9361122
- Doulton W9361122 Stainless Steel Gravity Filter System:
- Comes with 2 7" Super Sterasyl Filter Candles with long thread mount.
- The Doulton W9361122 Gravity may also be used with 2 7" Sterasyl Filter Candles or 2 7" ATC Super Sterasyl Filter Candles, both with long thread mounts.
- Doulton W9361122Gravity Filter System Ceramic Filter Candle Matainence:
- The ceramic shell of the water filter is designed to filter fine particles, bacteria and other contaminants from your water. In doing so, the outside of the ceramic shell can eventually need cleaning which will become evident when water flow from the filter becomes reduced. When this occurs, simply remove, clean and replace the cartridge as follows:
- 1st: Wash your hands with filtered water.
- 2nd: Remove the ceramic cartridge according to the instructions of your particular filter housing (Handle with care. Wet cartridges are fragile!)
- 3rd: Take a clean scouring pad, or slightly abrasive cloth, and give the ceramic a light scrub under running water. Apply gentle pressure uniformly, take care that the cleaning of the ceramic is not concentrated in one area. This will remove surface particles from the water filter as well as an outer layer of ceramic, restoring and refreshing the water filter to it's original water flow.
- 4th: Replace cartridge in filter housing.
- 5th: Wash hands thoroughly after handling the ceramic cartridge.
- Important: Care must be taken at all times to prevent contamination of the end of the cartridge mount from unfiltered water and/or dirty hands from cleaning the cartridge surface. You may wish to cover the end with a plastic bag and rubberband to make handling easier. Do not use soap or detergents.
- Cleaning can be done over 50 times before replacement of the water filter cartridge will be necessary.
- The carbon core, more than likely, will become exhausted before the outer ceramic layer begins to thin, unless you are filtering sediment heavy water, and cleaning is done often.