W9121200 Doulton Supersterasyl Undersink Ceramic Candle Replacement Filter Cartridge

SKU
DOULTON-W9121200
Price $32.99
Availability: In stock
Fits Doulton gravity fed systems
  • Sterasyl ceramic outer shell and carbon block core
  • Self-sterilizing silver locked within the ceramic structure inhibits bacteria growth
  • Effectively reduces pathogenic bacteria (including cholera, salmonella and typhoid), but will not remove beneficial and pleasant-tasting minerals from your drinking water
  • Product cannot ship to California, Iowa, Massachusetts or Wisconsin
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The Doulton W9121200 7-inch Super Sterasyl Ceramic Filter Candle features three stages of filtration in a single cleanable cartridge. The candle design features a domed end and a plastic-mounted top with 1/4-inch threads, for a perfect match every time in your Doulton system's HIP/HCP/HIS housing. It reduces suspended solids, chlorine, and other trace contaminants, as well as improving taste.

Ceramic Filter Benefits


Ceramic filters use the natural small pore size of their material to filter contaminants out of your water, Doulton has combined ceramic filter methods with advanced media options like granular activated carbon and heavy metal reduction media to provide filter candles that reduce a wide range of contaminants from your water.

The Doulton Difference

 

Doulton has been a manufacturer and provider of quality water filters and filter systems since 1826. The company is well known for its range of gravity-fed filter systems and ceramic filter options, distributing ceramic filtration solutions to 140 countries across the globe. Using naturally-occurring raw materials in its filters Doulton actively promotes environmentally-friendly filtration options designed to provide clean drinking water to all of its users.

Package Qty 1
Used In Brands Berkey, Doulton, GSS
Manufacturer's Id W9121200
UPC 799705701908
Actual Size (in) 7 inches (length) x 2 inches (outside diameter)
Actual Size (cm) 17.78 x 5.08
Media Super Sterasyl ceramic media with Granular Activated Carbon core
Primary Filter Media Ceramic with Carbon
Filter Life (gallons) 535
Filter Life (liters) 2,000
Micron Rating (Nominal) 0⋅05
Operating Pressure (psi) 10 - 125
Maximum Operating Pressure (psi) 125
Operating Temperature (°F) 41 - 86
Operating Temperature (°C) 5 - 30
Flow Rate (gpm) 1.2
Flow Rate (lpm) 4.5
Primary Filter Media Ceramic with Carbon

The DOULTON-W9121200 is comparable with the following part numbers

W9121200
BERKEY-SSCF-7
SSCF-7
DOULTON-W9121200

The DOULTON-W9121200 fits the following model numbers

Big Berkey British Berkefeld W9121200 DOULTON-W9361122
DOULTON-W9361230 DOULTON-W9361236 DOULTON-W9377001 DOULTON-W9377010
W9361122 W9361230 W9361236 W9377001
W9377010

User Guide

Instructions

  1. The ceramic shell of the water filter is designed to filter fine particles, bacteria and other contaminants from your water. The ceramic shell can eventually need cleaning; evidenced by reduced flow. Simply remove, clean and replace the cartridge
  2. Wash your hands with filtered water
  3. Remove the ceramic cartridge according to the instructions of your particular filter housing (Handle with care. Wet cartridges are fragile!)
  4. Take a clean scouring pad, or slightly abrasive cloth, and give the ceramic a light scrub under running water
  5. Apply gentle pressure uniformily on the filter surface. This will remove surface particles from the water filter as well as an outer layer of ceramic, restoring and refreshing the water filter to its original water flow
  6. Wash hands thoroughly after handling the ceramic cartridge. Important: Care must be taken at all times to prevent contamination of the end of the cartridge mount from unfiltered water and/or dirty hands from cleaning the cartridge surface
  7. You may wish to cover the end with a plastic bag and rubberband to make handling easier. Do not use soap or detergents
  8. Cleaning can be done over 50 times before replacement of the water filter cartridge will be necessary
  9. The carbon core, more than likely, will become exhausted before the outer ceramic layer begins to thin, unless you are filtering sediment heavy water, and cleaning is done often

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