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Cintropur Activated Carbon


Cintropur Activated Carbon

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Each pack of Cintropur activated carbon contains 3.4 litres

  • NW25TE = 0.85 l, approx. 4 refills per pack
  • NW32TE = 1.7 l, approx. 2 refills per pack
  • CTN = 0.57 l, approx. 6 refills per pack

Water treatment carbon has large pore volume and pore size, making it suitable for the removal of odor, chlorine, ozone, micro-pollutants such as pesticides and other dissolved organic particles.

Due to its very high adsorption capacity, you have the guarantee to work with one of the most efficient activated carbon available on the market.

Contact time between the treated water and the activated carbon will definitely influence the treatment efficiency: with the CINTROPUR TE-CTN models, the water will of course go through all the activated carbon volume, from the bottom to the upper side.

The important quantity of activated carbon used in the Cintropur TE-CTN guarantees optimal results as well as an optimal lifespan. The lower the flow rate, the better the result.
The carbon's lifetime depends on its application: for drinking water, it's recommended to change the carbon every 3 months (max. 20.000 filter volumes) otherwise at least every 6 months.

Due to the particular intern mechanism, it's possible to maintain very good flow rate/pressure drop values.

Attractive cost of the activated carbon refills.

Packaging especially designed for an easy filling of the filter.

In order to preserve the adsorption capacity of activated carbon, the installation of a sediment filter before the activated carbon to filter out all the suspended solid particles (earth, sand, rust, etc.) is highly recommended.

It is recommended to change the activated carbon every three months especially on drinking water, or at least after each 6 months on all other kinds of water such as rainwater or well water.