Just like chemical water treatment with water care products, physical pool water cleaning is one of the most important care measures. Fully assembled and plug-in cartridge filter systems are often used in private pools. Cartridge filters are uncomplicated and easy to use, even for the layman.
How does a cartridge filter work?
A skimmer placed on the surface of the pool sucks water at the first stage of cleaning. Coarser contaminants are retained by the skimmer pre-screen. The water is then forced into the cartridge filter - the second cleaning stage begins. At this stage, the water is cleaned of even the finest dirt and debris, which are deposited on the filter, and clean water is returned to the pool via a return pipe.
Why is a cartridge filter the right choice for you?
The fine-pore non-woven plastic filter system is the basis for the particularly high efficiency of filter cartridges. The very setting up of the cartridge filter and its handling is very simple, and does not require a large investment of time or money.
Thanks to the high degree of separation of filter cartridges, they also filter the finest impurities from the pool water. In addition, cartridge filters do not require backwashing during cleaning, thus avoiding the loss of pool water.
How often should I clean the cartridge filter and how do I do it?
The service life of the filter is based on the capacity of the pool and the amount of water in the basin. The filter will fill up with dirt over time. If you notice that the level of dirt in the filter is high, it should be replaced or cleaned, depending on the cartridge system.
To clean the cartridge filter, remove it from the cylinder with the circulation pump off, and rinse it under running water. Regular cleaning intervals prevent clogging of the filter, and ensure its proper functioning. We recommend replacing the pool filter cartridges every 3-4 weeks.
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