Tier1 Iron and Manganese Reducing Replacement Water Filter

SKU
TIER1-MANG-IRON
Price $48.99
Availability: In stock
Fits 20 x 4.5 inch Big Blue filter housings
  • Efficiently reduces Iron and Manganese levels to 0.01 ppm
  • Most effective in water with no more than 3 ppm Iron
  • Fits standard sized housings which require a 20 x 4.5 inch filter
  • Long filter life of 45,000 gallons or up to 6 months
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The Tier1 iron and manganese reducing replacement water filter use cation exchange resin to remove minerals such as iron and manganese from your water. Cation exchange resin exchanges ions with the minerals in water to capture and reduce contaminants. In a softener this process can be repeated for longer stretches of time since the resin beads will be regenerated, however with a replacement cartridge like this, you won't have to worry about replacing salt or wasteful backwash cycles to regenerate the resin. This can be seen as a preferable economic trade-off for some homeowners. Tier1 is ready to protect every drop.

NOTE: It is recommended that a sediment pre-filter be installed to help extend the life of the iron and manganese reducing filter.
Package Qty 1
Used In Brands Tier1
Manufacturer's Id MANG-IRON
UPC 810004473973
Advertised Size (in) 20 x 4-1/2
Actual Size (in) 20 inches (length) x 4.5 inches (width) x 4.5 inches (height)
Media Cation Exchange Resin
Filter Life (gallons) 45,000
Filter Life (months) 6 months
Operating Pressure (psi) 20 - 100
Operating Temperature (°F) 40 - 120
Flow Rate (gpm) 4.5
Warranty Guarantee Tier1® Protect Every Drop Guarantee
Primary Filter Media Ion Exchange Resin

Instructions

  1. Turn off the water supply. Press the red pressure-relief button (if present).
  2. Unscrew housing. Remove large o-ring, wipe clean and set aside.
  3. Discard used filter cartridge. Wash housing with dish soap and warm water using a nonabrasive sponge or cloth. Rinse thoroughly.
  4. Fill 1/3 with water. Add about 1 tablespoon of bleach and scrub to disinfect. Rinse thoroughly.
  5. Lubricate o-ring with clean silicone grease. Change o-ring if any damage cuts or degradation are present. Insert o-ring in groove.
  6. Insert the new filter cartridge.
  7. Screw housing onto the cap and hand-tighten. Do not overtighten. Make sure cap standpipe slips into cartridge.
  8. Turn on the water supply. Press the pressure-relief button (if present). Check for leaks before leaving installation.

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