Puricom Ivory GAC KDF Inline Shower Filter Replacement Cartridges (2)

SKU: 289603

£27.50

Replacement filter for the Puricom Ivory GAC KDF Inline Shower Filter (2 Pack) This is the replacement filter for the Puricom Ivory GAC/KDF Shower Filter. The filter is the replaceable filter component inside the shower filter casing which can be easily removed and replaced in seconds. Each filter lasts for approximately 5 month... More description

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Replacement filter for the Puricom Ivory GAC KDF Inline Shower Filter (2 Pack)

This is the replacement filter for the Puricom Ivory GAC/KDF Shower Filter. The filter is the replaceable filter component inside the shower filter casing which can be easily removed and replaced in seconds. Each filter lasts for approximately 5 months in a two person home.

The shower filter has consistently shown to help alleviate bad reactions to chlorine making it ideal for people with sensitive skin, including people with eczema, psoriasis and dry skin conditions. For people without these conditions, the shower filter leaves you with a moisturised feeling after showering by protecting your skin and hair from the oxidant elements in tap water, preserving the skins natural proteins.

A unique feature of shower filter is the removable cartridge system, enabling you to easy change the internal filter.

This shower filter provides an effective media to remove chlorine in high temperature shower water for chlorine free showers. Fitting is ever-so simple and almost as easy as screwing on a light bulb!

  • Reduces up to 99.99% of chlorine
  • Reduces chemical absorption and vapour inhalation
  • Reduces up to 98% of water soluble heavy metals
  • Less damage to hair and skin
  • Contains bacteriostatic media KDF 55

Puricom Ivory GAC KDF Inline Shower Filter Replacement Cartridges (2)  289603

Specifications

Model Replacement Filter for the Puricom Ivory GAC KDF Inline Shower Filter (2 pack)
SKU 289603
Brand Puricom
Filter Parameter Chlorine, Sediments, Heavy Metals
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Working Parameters

Temperature: between 4°C and 60°C
Maximum Pressure: 6 KG/cm2
Maximum flow for optimum filtration: 3.78 litres per minute
Body Material: ABS

The internal replaceable filter cartridge will last for approximately 5 months in a two person home. This is based on compliant water quality within the UK.

The shower filter uses natural coconut shell carbon and the patented KDF copper-zinc alloy, which both provide the most effective media there is to remove chlorine in high temperature shower water.

KDF’s performance actually improves the higher the water temperature.

With this technology, our filter has been shown to effectively remove 97+% of this damaging chlorine, for up to 1 full year (for 2 people) – 2 to 3 times longer than other shower filters.

KDF can also remove iron and other heavy metals, sulphur, and it controls the mould and mildew in your shower.

This KDF Shower Filter installs in minutes, with no tools on any shower arm with standard 1/2″ pipe threads. Simply unscrew your shower head from the shower arm, attach your shower head to the end of the filter, and install the filter on the shower arm. It’s as easy as screwing on a light bulb!

Product Benefits:

Chlorine can have a strong odour (swimming pool smell) and can cause irritation to skin and to the scalp, especially to those people with skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema.

The body of the Shower Filter is guaranteed not to rust or corrode. The time between changes is dependent on the amount of water used and the amount of chlorine or other ingredients in the water. As a rough guide, the Shower Filter will need changing every 6-12 months. We will also send you reminders of when they are due every 6 months.

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