Osmio 4.5 x 10 Inch Triple Full Flow Housing

SKU: JFW10FFT-BSP

£149.95

Osmio 4.5 x 10 Inch Triple Full Flow Water Filter Housing A 4.5 x 10 Inch Triple Housing for high capacity whole house filtration applications Our under counter filter housings are manufactured from the highest quality, FDA grade, 100% polypropylene and acrylic styrene.Reliable leak-proof sealing is achieved by compression again... More description

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Osmio 4.5 x 10 Inch Triple Full Flow Water Filter Housing

A 4.5 x 10 Inch Triple Housing for high capacity whole house filtration applications

Our under counter filter housings are manufactured from the highest quality, FDA grade, 100% polypropylene and acrylic styrene.Reliable leak-proof sealing is achieved by compression against a top seated EPDM o-ring located in the housing’s sump.

Thick wall and added ribs make the housings ideal for a wide range of applications and the polypropylene construction provides excellent chemical resistance with most acids, alcohol, ammonia, oils, plating solutions and many aggressive chemicals.

The housings are supplied with pressure release valves, bracket and a spanner. 1″ connection ports

Rated for temperatures to 125°F (52°C) and pressures to 125 psid (8.75 bar).Please note that this is the housing assembly only

Specifications

Model Osmio 4.5 x 10 Inch Triple Full Flow Housing
SKU JFW10FFT-BSP
Brand Watts
Filter Parameter No
In Depth

Port size: 1 Inch (28mm) Female BSP

Osmio Black Line filter housing with buttress threads for 10 in.

Full-Flow (B-B) filter cartridges.

Made from NSF® and FDA grade materials.

Dimensions:

Width: 60 cm
Depth: 35 cm
Height: 61 cm

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