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3M™ Aqua Pure™ Whole House Large Diameter Replacement Filter, Model AP814-2, 5599403

3M ID 7000050735UPC 10016145814201
  • Helps protect home's piping system and plumbing fixtures
  • Effective filtration of unwanted chlorine taste and odour (CTO)
  • 50 nominal micron rating
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Specifications
Brand
Aqua-Pure™
Filter Type
Drop-in Cartridge
Flow Rate (Imperial)
45 Gallons per Minute
Flow Rate (lpm)
227.1 L/min
Flow Rate (metric)
60 L/min
Industries
Home
Micron Rating
50 Absolute, @ 95%
Net Weight (Imperial)
2 lb
Net Weight (Metric)
900 g
Overall Diameter (Imperial)
4.5 in
Overall Diameter (Metric)
11.43 cm, 11.43 cm
Overall Length (Imperial)
20 in
Pressure Range (Imperial)
25 - 125 psi
Pressure Range (metric)
172 - 862 kPa
Product Category
Replacement filters
Reduction Claims
Sediment
Replacement Interval
6 mo
Segment
Residential Water Solutions
Temperature Range (Celsius)
4.4 - 37.8°C
Temperature Range (Fahrenheit)
40 - 100°F
Units per Case
4
Details
  • Helps protect home's piping system and plumbing fixtures
  • Effective filtration of unwanted chlorine taste and odour (CTO)
  • 50 nominal micron rating

Large capacity, 50 micron replacement cartridge that helps improve the taste of water by reducing undesirable chlorine taste and odour (CTO) and particulate.

The 3M™ Aqua Pure™ Filter Cartridge is a sediment cartridge made from an exclusive Progressive Porosity Process that entangles and entraps larger sediment particles toward the outer diameter and progressively smaller particles toward the cartridge core. This allows even loading for maximum cartridge life. In addition, the unique square-grooved surface provides more sediment-trapping surface area than ever before. Unlike string-wound and pleated paper cartridges, the rigid, sturdy construction of 3M™ Aqua Pure™ cartridges are able to withstand variations in water pressure.