Pura Quick Change Semi-Annual Filters

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Pura Quick Change Semi-Annual Filters

$59.99

Pura Annual Filter Replacement Kit for QCRO includes the replacement pre and post filters

SKU: 41407011 Category:

Description

This Pura Annual Filter Replacement Kit for QCRO Reverse Osmosis Systems includes the replacement pre and post filters needed for your Quick Change Reverse Osmosis System for a year. This filter bundle does not include the membrane which can last up to three years. This bundle includes the two pre filters to be replaced every 6 months and the four pre/post filters to be replaced at 12 months. If you prefer to change all the filters, including the membrane, please see this filter bundle.

[checklist icon=”fa-check” iconcolor=”” circle=”” circlecolor=”” size=”small” class=”” id=””] [li_item icon=”fa-check”]Complete set of pre and post filters[/li_item] [/checklist][checklist icon=”fa-check” iconcolor=”” circle=”” circlecolor=”” size=”small” class=”” id=””] [li_item icon=””]Includes two 41407001 sediment Prefilters and three 41407002 carbon block filters[/li_item] [/checklist][checklist icon=”fa-check” iconcolor=”” circle=”” circlecolor=”” size=”small” class=”” id=””] [li_item icon=”fa-check”]Replace pre filters every 6 months, post filter ever 12 months[/li_item] [/checklist]

Pura Sediment Filter
Purpose: Sediment Removal
Type: Polypropylene
Micron: 5
Capacity: 2000 gallons
Minimum Flow Rate @ 60psi: 0.5 gal/min

Pura Carbon Block Filter – 5 Micron
Purpose: Chlorine Taste and Odor
Type: Carbon Block
Micron: 5
Capacity: 2000 gallons
Minimum Flow Rate @ 60psi: 0.5 gal/min

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