Jumbo Water Filter Cartridges - (4.5" x 10") or (4.5" x 20")

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We Supply a range of 4.5" x 10" or 4.5" x 20" Jumbo Filters:

  • Pleated Filter - 20 micron
  • Poly Spun Filter - 10 micron
  • Poly Spun Filter - 5 micron
  • Poly Spun Filter - 1 micron
  • Carbon Block Filter - 5 micron
  • Granular Carbon Filter - 25 Micron
  • KDF Long Life Granular Carbon Filter


  • TREVOLI filter for Jumbo 10" housings
  • Suitable for all 10 inch Big Blue, Big White or Jumbo sized Housings.
  • Further savings are provided because our 100% synthetic filter media is washable

More Information:

Pleated Filters: 

  • Suitable for tank water
  • For the removal of sediment
  • Temperature range: 40 - 140°F (4.5 - 60°C)
  • Genuine Micron rating
  • A reliable washable pre filter for commercial and rural water supplies.
  • Pleated filter cartridges outperform other "depth" type filter elements because the cartridges are pleated to provide increased surface area and longer life.
  • Lower pressure drop is another significant advantage, which allows for increased flow rates and use of smaller filter housings to reduce costs.

Poly Spun Filters:

  • Suitable for tank water
  • For the removal of Fine Sediment
  • Available in 1 micron, 5 micron and 10 micron filter sizes
  •  Manufactured from 100% Polypropylene using the melt-blown process
  • Formed by thermal bond without binders and adhesives
  • 100% PP for compatibility with a wide range of fluids
  • High contaminant holding capacity for a longer life and low pressure drop

Carbon Block Filters:

  • Suitable for tank water
  • Ideal to be used if your water tank supply is top up with council water
  • Primarily used for the removal of taste, chlorine, pesticides and odours
  • 5 Micron Filtration
  • Complies with ANSI/NSF53 and 42 requirements
  • Cartridges are manufactured in compliance with NSF and FDA requirements
  • Activated Carbon is a highly porous form of carbon primarily derived from coal, wood and coconut shells for water treatment
  • These Carbon Block Filters consist of activated carbon particles fused into a uniform block with enhanced absorptive capacity and efficiency 

Granular Carbon Filters:

  • Suitable for tank water
  • Ideal to be used if your water tank supply is top up with council water
  • Granular Activated Carbon Cartridge with Polypropylene Sediment Filtration Pads at each end
  • Premium Quality Coconut Shell Activated Carbon cartridge is often used for Reverse Osmosis pre-filtration & many other filtration applications.
  • Carbon filtration is excellent for reducing Chlorine, Bad Taste, Odor & Color and can be effective for removal of many chemical contaminants.
  • This cartridge fits in 10" Big Blue Housings
  • To keep your filter system operating efficiently, replace this cartridge as needed and on a regular basis.
  • Before putting a new cartridge in service, pass 5-10 litres of water through to waste to flush out carbon fines.
  • Cartridges are individually wrapped for purity.
  • Max working pressure: 40PSI (differential) 
  • A highly porous adsorbent material, produced by heating organic matter, such as coal, wood and coconut shell, in the absence of air, which is then crushed into granules. Activated carbon is positively charged and therefore able to remove negative ions from the water such as ozone, chlorine, fluorides and dissolved organic solutes by absorption onto the activated carbon. The activated carbon must be replaced periodically as it may become saturated and unable to absorb. Activated carbon is not effective in removing heavy metals.
  • Activated carbon is often used as a filter in water treatment systems, where water is directed downwards through a stationary bed of activated carbon, leaving organic material to accumulate at the top of the bed. Activated carbon is similarly used to lower radon levels in water. Also available in powdered form.

KDF Granular Activated Carbon Filter Cartridges:

  • KDF process media is used in pre-treatment and primary treatment applications to supplement or replace existing technologies in order to extend system life and to reduce heavy metal, chlorine and hydrogen sulfide contamination. It is often combined with other technologies to achieve superior overall results. Because of its effectiveness at higher water temperatures, it is often used on shower water filtration systems to remove chlorine and other contaminants.
  • In short, the KDF redox process works by exchanging electrons with contaminants. This "give and take" of electrons converts many contaminants into harmless components. During this reaction, electrons are transferred between molecules, and new compounds are created. Some harmful contaminants are changed into harmless components. Free chlorine, for instance, is changed into benign, water-soluble chloride salt, which is then carried harmlessly through the water supply. Many heavy metals such as copper, lead, mercury and others, react and bond with the KDF medium's surface, thus being effectively removed from the water supply.
  • KDF is known to reduce and remove:

    • Algae and fungi
    • Control bacteria growth
    • Remove chlorine <95%
    • Pesticides
    • Organics
    • Rust
    • Taste
    • Odour
    • Hydrogen sulfide
    • Heavy Metals such as Iron, Lead, Nickel, Chromium, Cadmium, Aluminium, Mercury, Arsenic
    • Calcium
  • GAC has been used for many years to reduce chlorine, taste and odour from drinking water due to its ability to absorb these components. Due to its high degree of micro porosity, just one gram of activated carbon has a surface area in excess of 500m2 
  • KDF-Kinetic Degradation Fluxion is a high-purity copper-zinc formulation that uses a basic chemical process known as redox (oxidation/reduction) to remove chlorine, lead, mercury, iron, and hydrogen sulphide from water supplies.

  • A filter with Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) is a proven option to remove certain chemicals, particularly organic chemicals, from water. GAC filters can be used to remove chemicals that give objectionable odors or tastes to water such as hydrogen sulphide (rotten eggs odor) or chlorine.
  • KDF filters are used most often in conjunction with an activated carbon filter. They prolong the life and increase the effectiveness of carbon filters. They also supplement the activated carbon filters by removing certain heavy metals, something that carbon-based filters are not very effective at removing.

  • KDF is also frequently found in home shower head filters because of its effectiveness at higher operating temperatures and flow rates. 

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