Pure-Pro RS3000 Replacement Filters Set

SKU: Pure-Pro RS3000 Replacement Filters Set

£47.25

PurePro RS3000 Replacement Filter Set The RS3000 filters use the latest technology and represent a 100% improvement over the older models. The filters effectively remove and reduce chlorine, lead, chlorine, asbestos and other impurities often found in water supplies and safely and effeciently remove micro-organisms like Giardia... More description

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PurePro RS3000 Replacement Filter Set

The RS3000 filters use the latest technology and represent a 100% improvement over the older models.

The filters effectively remove and reduce chlorine, lead, chlorine, asbestos and other impurities often found in water supplies and safely and effeciently remove micro-organisms like Giardia and Cryptosporidium from your water protecting you and your family from parasitic illnesses caused by these contaminants.

Changing the filters couldn’t be easier and does not require the use of any tools. Simply shut the water off at the saddle valve tap and then twist the filters off and the new ones simply twist on.

 

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Specifications

Model Pure-Pro RS3000 Replacement Filters Set
SKU RS3000BD
Brand Pure-Pro
Filter Parameter No
In Depth RS3000 – cartridge filters
(Stage 1) 5 Micron Sediment Filter :
With only five micron rating. It is effective in removing dirt, rust and sand particles.
(Stage 2) Granular Activated Carbon Filter:
It takes out 99% of the chlorine and organic chemicals. It provides enhanced reduction of taste, and odour.
(Stage 3) Granular Activated Carbon Filter :
It takes out 99% of the chlorine and organic chemicals. It provides enhanced reduction of taste, odour, and colour.

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