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Rusco FS-1-1000ST Replacement Polyester Sediment Trapper Filter

Price $21.99 List Price Price $30.99 Save 29%
Availability: Discontinued
1000 mesh, 15 micron and built to fit a 1 inch pipe
  • Great value
  • Easy to install without the use of tools
  • Protects your water from sediment and your appliances from risk of corrosion
  • Advertised size includes ball valve attachment.
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An affordable option for helping ensure your Rusco sediment filtration system performs to the maximum of its ability, the FS-1-1000ST sediment trapper filter can be cleaned and reused several times throughout its six-to-twelve month lifespan. Easy to clean and maintain, this filter installs quickly without the use of tools. Maintain the quality of your drinking water and protect your appliances from sediment corrosion by ordering the FS-1-1000ST sediment trapper filter today.
Package Qty1
Used In BrandsRusco
Manufacturer's IdFS-1-1000ST
Actual Size (in)5 1/4 inches (height) x 1 1/8 inches (width)
Mesh Size1000
MediaPleated Polyester w/ Screen
Primary Filter MediaPleated Polyester
Micron Rating (Nominal)15
Fitting Size (inches)1 inch

Reduced Contaminants

The RUSCO-FS-1-1000ST reduces the following contaminants:

  • Coarse Sand
  • Dirt
  • Extra Fine Sand
  • Fine Sand
  • Sand
  • Sediment


  1. After you have installed your Rusco system, you can simply turn the flush valve parallel with the system when you notice excessive buildup of sediment
  2. You should clean your filter screens every few months and replace them every 6-12 months depending on your water usage
  3. The primary method of cleaning the Rusco filter is purging separated solids through the flush valve while the filter is under system pressure (can be done manually with the flush valve or automated with the optional Automatic Flush Valve)
  4. The filter element may need to be removed and cleaned
  5. To remove the filter element turn off the water supply and drain water pressure
  6. Unscrew the clear cover and remove the filter element
  7. Wash off collected sediment by spraying with water
  8. Remove fine particles wedged in the screen with a soft brush
  9. Apply silicone grease to o-rings, if needed, and reassemble