Water Filters for Charity (How do we afford donations on all orders?)
Water Filters and Home Water Filter Systems Water Filters and Home Water Filter Systems WaterFilters.NET | One of the Inc. Magazine 500 fastest growing companies in America.

1-888-801-PURE(7873)
M - F 7am - 7pm CST
Water Filter Low Price Guarantee
Water Filtration Search
Water Filter Free Shipping

Home†>†Water University†>†Water Filter Videos†>†Pentek P25-20 Sediment Filter Video

Pentek P25-20 Sediment Filter Video




Pentek P25-20 Sediment Filter Video Transcript

Hey everyone, Tony the Filter Doctor here. Today weíre looking at the Pentek P25-20. This is an industry standard size cartridge, approximately 20 inches long by 2 Ĺ inches in diameter, which means itís going to fit into a vast selection of industry standard size filter housings, like for example the one that you see here. Now, the P25-20 is a 25 micron, resin bonded polypropylene spun sediment filter. At 25 microns it will capture sediment approximately the size of a speck of milled flour. Now, depending on your unique circumstances it might be sufficient to capture your fine sediment, but in some cases this will only capture the large particles and youíll need a 5 or a 1 micron cartridge after this cartridge in order to get the really fine sediment. But in many cases it serves as an excellent pre-filter for a multi-stage system. Now, because it is a polypropylene filter, itís perfect for untreated water because the polypropylene is bacteriostatic, meaning microorganisms canít live and grow on the filter media. And itís also highly resistant to chemical attack, making it a great choice for commercial and industrial applications. Now, it does pretty good in high temperature applications, up to 145 degrees Fahrenheit, but if youíre looking for better high temperature performance, you need to look to the Pentek PD series of thermally bonded polypropylene filters. Those have a much higher temperature rating. Now, determining filter life for the P25-20 is very difficult, because it depends entirely on your unique circumstances. If you have a heavy load of sediment or you use a great deal of water you will certainly burn through cartridges much faster than someone who doesnít have either of those conditions. So the best way to determine filter life is simply to install one and then pay attention to filter life. When it seems like itís exhausted, make a note of either the amount of time or the number of gallons that the filterís been in use, and next time around youíll have a good mark of filter life for the new cartridge. Again, this is the Pentek P25-20, and Iím your host Tony the Filter Doctor. Thanks for watching.

See detailed specifications and purchase the Pentek P25-20 here.