Sediment Filters

What a sediment filter?

In the presence of various kinds of sediments or suspended particles, a sediment filter serves as a protective barrier. Physical pollutants such as dust, dirt, sand, silt, clay, and other solid particles are sieved or held back by the filter.

How often should you change a sediment filter?

every six to nine months.

You should replace your water filter every six to nine months, depending on the quality of the water in your region. To be sure, if you see that the water flow has slowed or that the color has darkened, make the necessary changes as soon as you can.