In order to keep cartridges and bags in a variety of configurations and measurements, Netsol Water develops single cartridge filter housing. Additionally, our engineers provide a product line that is incredibly diverse to support usages, across the board of any potential process application.
How to replace a Single Cartridge Housing?
The system needs to be depressurized and disconnected from live power before you replace any cartridges. Before starting step 1 of the procedure, a tiny drop tray is advised to catch any spilled water.
Step 1: Using a wrench, remove the filter sump.
Step 2: Dispose of the filthy cartridge and thoroughly clean the sump.
Step 3: Reinstalling the cartridge and making sure the replacement cartridge adheres, to system requirements. The replacement of these cartridges is advised for system operators every 30 days, or when the differential pressure reaches 10 PSI.
Your system should be thoroughly cleansed once a year.
Steps for cartridge replacement
· Close the shut-off valve that manages the system's flow.
· To release the pressure, turn on the faucet where the filtered water is released.
· By hand or with a housing wrench, loosen the filter housings. The filter housing should be kept upright with care because it contains water.
· Take out every housing and cartridge.
· The filter housings' O-rings are visible. Some producers advise replacing o-rings annually. To enable thorough cleaning of the o-rings and their groove, take them off.
· Make sure the o-rings are securely inserted when replacing them in the groove. If the O-ring is absent or is not correctly positioned, a positive seal will not be possible.
· Before throwing away used filter cartridges, check them for an excessive build-up of silt. You may need to replace the cartridges more frequently if there is excessive sediment found, or you may want to think about adding a cheap sediment pre-filter cartridge to your system.
· With a brush and warm, soapy water, clean the filter housings. Additionally, rinse and clean the filter housing caps.
· In a clean bucket, prepare a sanitising solution using 1 gallon of clean water. Add one cup of this sanitizing mixture to each filter housing sump.
· Reassemble housing sumps without using cartridges and sanitising solution on the caps.
· Allow the housings to fill with water by opening the shutoff valve.
· Close the faucet after water begins to come out of it.
· Allow the housings, lines, and faucet to come into contact with water and bleach for 30 minutes.
· Use the above-described process to remove the filter housing sumps after 30 minutes
· Shut off the valve, remove the housings, and throw away the sanitising solution to drain.
· No matter what order your cartridges are already in, when utilizing these cartridges, put the GAC cartridge (with plastic casing) in the second housing, and the Carbon Block cartridge (with netting) in the first.
· To flush and activate the filters, open the valve and let water flow through the cartridges for five minutes.
· Check for leaks while the faucet is closed.
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The single cartridge filter housing from Netsol Water is designed to operate safely, and needs minimal user maintenance. A batch number is also included in each housing for fault tracking. The extensive selection of designs, ports, and sizes available including incredibly flexible housing ranges, are ideal for your particular demands.
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Your inquiries and concerns will always be addressed by our courteous, professional engineers and staff. Each of our WTP is built with all membranes, pumps, controls, manuals, filters, operations, cartridges, and piping installed and ready to use, making them plug-and-play systems.