Our 'Pond Fresh' PF-100 and PF-200 pond water filters instantly remove chlorine, chloramines and other heavy metals, from your hose water, which eliminates the need for costly chemical de-chlorinators. Just attach to your garden hose, turn on the water and you can now fill up or top off your pond with ease. These water filters were designed specifically for pond owners. Remove harmful chemicals from tap water, including:
45 other VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds
Provides drinking quality water for your pond and fish! Designed for easy installation onto any standard male hose thread fitting will effectively filter the majority of harmful chlorine and chloramines from city water.
Pond Fresh garden hose filters have a high-tech alloy media and specially treated carbon to reduce both chlorine and chloramines. If there is sediment in the water, it is highly recommended that you pre-filter the sediment with a simple sediment filter to prevent PF filter from clogging. It takes time for these chemicals to absorb onto the surface of the medias. If the filters clog, you may back flush it to remove accumulated sediment. To back flush the unit use 1/4" x 3/8" adaptor to attach the garden hose adaptor to the outlet end of your filter. This back flushing process is effective unless the water contains a high amount of very fine sediment. Very fine sediment cannot be back flushed out.
Rated by the manufacturer for 1,000 gallons for chloramines reduction and 15,000 - 20,000 gallons for chlorine reduction, or 12 months after first use, whichever occurs first - and should always be replaced annually! Designed to operate at a flow rate not to exceed one Liter Per Minute (LPM) for chloramines reduction. The filter will be effective at a higher flow rate for the reduction of chlorine (3LPM.) Flow rates must be monitored! To test flow rate, adjust faucet so that flow takes 30 seconds to fill a 1 liter bottle.
Rated by the manufacturer for 2,000 gallons for chloramines reduction and 20,000 - 30,000 gallons for chlorine reduction, or 12 months after first use, whichever occurs first - and should always be replaced annually! Designed to operate at a flow rate not to exceed two Liters Per Minute (LPM) for chloramines reduction. Adjust the flow rate to 2 LPM or less to insure optimum performance.