Mega Char Whole House Water Filters 150 litre

Available in 50 / 75 / 100 and 150 litres

How does a mega char work?

The mega char is a fibre glass vessel that can be filled with different media designed to filter water obtained from municipal, borehole, well point or rain water source. Depending on your requirements and water quality one or more of the filtration medias are used to fill the fibre glass vessel. Filtration media, coconut shell activated carbon and iron removal media is used most often.

The tubular design that is used, makes it more effective than similar filters because of the longer “detention time” that the water has with the media. The water flows from the top down through a tightly packed bed of media, which allows the water to be filtered completely. Pushing up through the riser tube, the water is directed to either filter, backwash or rinse. The backwash and rinse cycles ensures that the filter stays clean on the inside and prevents the water from forming tunnels through the media. It also extends the lifetime of the media. Automatic and manual valves are available for backwash and rinse functions

Why a Pure Water 4 Life mega char?

The mega char stands head and shoulders above similar products for whole house filtration.
The backwash and rinse capability lengthens the lifetime of media and ensures lower maintenance fees.
The tubular design ensures a longer detention time with the media which increases the effectiveness of the filter
The fibre glass vessel can handle a maximum pressure of 6bar.
Automatic and manual valves available for backwash and rinse function

Technical specifications:

maximum pressure: 6bar

maximum flow rate: 2500lph

port size: 25mm

power consumption: 3watt

Disclaimer: Mega chars are intended for household use and limits apply to water quality and quantity. Have your water tested before installing a mega char to ensure that it is the right solution. It is important to note that the volume of water put through the unit as well as the quality of the water will greatly influence the lifetime of the media.

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