OTAYO- 10 PLUS SPUN FILTER 160 GMS
OTAYO- 10 PLUS SPUN FILTER 160 GMS Description
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Features of OTAYO- 10 PLUS SPUN FILTER 160 GMS:
- Negligible residues
- Robust construction
- Simple installation
- Perfect packaging
Specification of OTAYO- 10 PLUS SPUN FILTER 160 GMS:
- MODEL: 10 INCH 110 GMS
- FILTER MEDIA: 100% PP
- PORE SIZE: 5 MICRON
- OUTER DIAMETER: 66 MM
- INNER DIAMETER: 28 MM
- LENGTH: 254 MM
- WEIGHT: 160 GMS
- MAX OPERATING TEMP: 60 C
FAQS of OTAYO- 10 PLUS SPUN FILTER 160 GMS:
What is the utilization of turned channel?
Conventional Turned Channel is made of fine liquefied polypropylene, which is blown and turned in a chamber like structure. The primary capability of dregs channel is to eliminate huge and fine particles from a drinking water, like sand, soil, sediment, and rust particles.
What is cartridge channel?
A cartridge channel is a piece of rounded filtration hardware that can be involved across different enterprises for a variety of filtration necessities. A cartridge is encased inside a lodging or a packaging and used to eliminate undesirable particles, poisons, and synthetics from fluids.
How truly do turn channels work?
Not at all like a fine micron dregs channel, a twist down channel is intended to trap huge pieces of flotsam and jetsam and sand. Water comes in the highest point of a twist down channel and twists in a divergent movement. The plan of the head redirects water into the chamber in a design that flows the water through the channel lodging.
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