RO Zoi Gamma Pure Filter Kit (incl. UV bulb)

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SKU:
DFK-Gamma
UPC:
783583352017
MPN:
DFK-Gamma
Availability:
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$60.00

Description

Product Features

10" 5µ Sediment

5 micron sediment filter for particulates

10" GAC

Granular activated carbon for chloramines, tastes, and odors

10" Carbon Block

5-10 micron carbon block filter for chlorine, tastes, and odors

Inline Post Filter

Polishing filter with 1/4" quick connect fittings for superior taste

UV Bulb

Replacement bulb for Intelifil 1 GPM 6 watt UV filter, which begins to decrease in intensity after 1 year

Standard Size Prefilters

Sediment, Carbon, & GAC fit in standard 10" filter housings, approximate dimensions: 9.75"x2.5"

 

Product Description

This filter set is designed for the Zoi Gamma Pure system. The standard size filters work in most reverse osmosis systems available as well, and includes a 5 micron sediment filter, a GAC filter, a 5 micron carbon block filter, an inline GAC taste & odor polishing filter, and a replacement bulb for the Intelifil 1 GPM 6 watt UV filter. Reverse osmosis systems require regular filter changes to protect the membrane and ensure clean water. Filters should be replaced at least once a year, every 6 months is average for most homes.

Does not include the RO membrane

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    works great

    Posted by william wallace on Jul 3 2018

    satisfied

  • 5
    Great customer service

    Posted by Dave on Dec 29 2015

    Great product easy to use, over the years I have changed the filters a few times. And also changed the whole system and did it all myself with the help of my young children which made it a lot of fun.

  • 4
    Everything except UV bulb was great

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 8 2015

    Christmas Greetings, I just put my new filters, bulb & membrane in over the past weekend. All of the new components I ordered were in great shape EXCEPT for the UV bulb. When I unpackaged it I noticed something rattling around on the INSIDE of the bulb. Looks like a piece of solder, or perhaps a section of filament. The bulb lit when I plugged it in, but when I tipped it to one side the piece of debris arced. It remained lit, but I don't trust it. This seems like it could be a fire hazard at worst, or perhaps just a poor quality bulb at least. Can you help? Thanks, Mike Reply from AFW: That metal bead is mercury and it is supposed to be there. It is required to ensure proper operation of the UV lamp.

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