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CL10PF5-B Omnipure Sediment Inline Filter

SKU
OMNIPURE-CL10PF5-B
Price $14.99 List Price Price $21.99 Save 31%
Availability: In Stock
Fits standard 1/4-inch water lines
  • Precisely manufactured to ensure the best possible fit with a reliable seal that won't leak
  • Spring disc and inlet filter pad keep media under ideal pressure to eliminate channeling for more consistent filtration
  • Polypropylene depth filter reduces dirt, sand, and sediment as small as 5 microns in size
  • Great filter for ice makers, refrigerators, beverage equipment, and as a post filter for reverse osmosis systems
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The superior engineering and production techniques of the Omnipure CL10PF5-B inline water filter have made it an industry standard for over 30 years. This filter cartridge has precisely cut threaded connections and is friction-welded together for a reliably leak-proof unit. The CL10PF5-B filter improves the taste and quality of water, pure and simple.
Package Qty1
Used In BrandsOmnipure
Manufacturer's IdCL10PF5-B
UPC799932586279
Primary Filter MediaPolypropylene
Filter Life (months)12 months
Micron Rating (Nominal)5
Maximum Operating Pressure (psi)125
Operating Temperature (°F)35 - 100
Operating Temperature (°C)1.7 - 37.8
Flow Rate (gpm)0.75
Flow Rate (lpm)2.8
Fitting TypeNPT
Fitting Size (inches)1/4 inch
Country of ManufactureUnited States

Reduced Contaminants

The OMNIPURE-CL10PF5-B reduces the following contaminants:

  • Dirt
  • Sand
  • Sediment

The OMNIPURE-CL10PF5-B is comparable with the following part numbers

K5605
CL10PF5-B

Instructions

  1. Omnipure CL10PF5-B water filters should be installed on cold water lines only
  2. Omnipure CL10PF5-B water filters should not be used where the water is microbiologically unsafe