Service Carbon is an economical and efficient process for removing chlorine, chloramines and dissolved organic contaminants from incoming water supplies. Our portable exchange units contain virgin carbon to assure maximum water quality and service life of the bed.
Quality Control of the entire process ensures optimal performance of our Service Carbon units, including media selection, product inspection, documented process controls, and tank traceability. Only carbon media of the highest quality is used so that water quality will not be compromised.
Customized Systems allow for greater flexibility in order to achieve the necessary product water quality. We offer flexibility using Service Carbon in combination with Service Deionization (SDI) systems and provide a wide variety of replacement parts; filter cartridges, membranes, and other accessories. We also offer maintenance service contracts.
|Model Number||Max. Flow Rate USgpm (lpm)||Carbon Volume (ft3)||Dimensions WxH (in)||Weight (Wet)
|350CRF||0.71 (2.8)||0.2||6 x 20||18 (8.2)|
|350CR||2 (7.6)||0.2||6 x 23||23 (10.4)|
|360CRF||0.75 (2.8)||0.4||6 x 37||31 (14.1)|
|360CR||3 (11.4)||0.4||6 x 39||36 (16.3)|
|300CRF||0.75 (2.8)||1||8 x 46||66 (29.9)|
|300CR||5 (18.9)||1||8 x 48||71 (32.2)|
|420CR||10 (37.9)||2||12 x 46||123 (55.8)|
|520CR||15 (56.8)||3||14 x 50||202 (91.6)|
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