Tier1 40 inch x 2.5 inch Whole House Sediment Water Filter (1 Micron)

Price $17.99
Availability: Out of stock
Fits housings able to hold 40 x 2.5 inch filters
  • Cost effective filter
  • Greater dirt holding capacity
  • Can be used on a variety of applications
  • Made of spun wound material perfect for capturing sediment
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The Tier1 40 inch x 2.5 inch whole house sediment water filter (1 Micron), Tier1-P1-40, is a cost effective sediment filter, that captures sediment down to 1 microns in size. The large size of this spun-wound filter at 40 x 2.5 inches, ensures a greater dirt holding capacity than most string wound filters. Conveniently you can use this filter for a wide variety of applications such as ice machines, reverse osmosis filtration systems and deionization systems. Not only is the price right, the quality is reinforced by using NSF 42 certified materials. Order the Tier1-P1-40 today!
Package Qty 1
Used In Brands Hydronix, Tier1
Manufacturer's Id P1-40
UPC 799932614699
Advertised Size (in) 40 x 2-1/2
Actual Size (in) 40 inches (length) x 2 1/2 inches (outside diameter)
Actual Size (cm) 101.6 x 6.35
Media Spun Wound Polypropylene
Primary Filter Media Polypropylene
Filter Life (months) 3 months
Micron Rating (Nominal) 1
Operating Temperature (°F) 40 - 145
Operating Temperature (°C) 4.4 - 62.8
Flow Rate (gpm) 20
Flow Rate (lpm) 75.708
Color White
Certifications NSF/ANSI Standard 42
Warranty Guarantee Unconditional Product Guarantee for Life of the Product
Primary Filter Media Polypropylene

The TIER1-P1-40 is comparable with the following part numbers



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

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