Fortitude V2 Series | High Flow Whole House Sediment/Carbon/Zinc Triple Purpose Water Filtration System - Large Size

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Aquasure Fortitude V2 Series Large High Flow Whole House Sediment/Carbon/Zinc Triple Purpose Filtration System

Aquasure Fortitude V2 Series Sediment/Carbon/Zinc Bacteria inhibiting Triple Purpose Filter provides a unique design that combines the sediment outer layer infused with copper-zinc to help remove the majority of suspended particles in the water while also inhibiting bacteria growth. Its inner carbon core absorbs chlorine, taste, odors, and chemicals, making it one of the most versatile water filters for both residential and small industrial applications.

  • Sediment outer layer infused with copper-zinc to effectively remove dirt, rust, sand, and inhibit bacteria growth.
  • GAC's inner layer effectively absorbs chlorine taste, odors, and other chemicals.
  • 100,000-gallon capacity before filter changes out.
  • Higher flow rate, and lower pressure drop


Model No. AS-FL-25SCZ
Title Fortitude V Series Whole House Water Treatment System with Large Sediment/Carbon/Zinc Triple Purpose Water Filter
Type of Filtration Sediment / GAC Carbon / Zinc Filtration
Micron Size 25 ~ 5µ
Stages 1st stage: 25-micron polypropylene sediment outer shell with Copper Zinc and radial flow technology help traps larger particles such as sand, dirt, rust, sediment, dirt that flows in the water, and inhibits bacteria growth. 2nd stage: 5 microns granular activated carbon help reduces chlorine, taste, odor, odor, colors, and other various chemicals found in the water.
Water Production 100,000 Gallon Capacity
Contaminants Removed/Reduced Sand, Dirt, Dust, Sediment, Rust, Taste, Odor, Color, Chlorine, Chlorine by-products, Herbicides, Pesticides, VOC's.
Usages POE (Point of Entry)
Connection Type 1" NPT
Dimension 24" H x 8" W x 8" D


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