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Comparison with conventional media

Sedifilt Media

High bulk, stable, three-dimensional random structure comprising continuous filaments.

Sedifilt multi-lobal cross section of individual filaments has more micro-voids giving higher dirt holding capacity and lower resistance to flow.

Sedifilt air textured yarn media Trilobal cross-section of Sedifilt air textured yarn media

Conventional Media

Low bulk, non-stable, round structure comprising short fibres.

DREF yarn is a common media in conventional string-wound filter cartridges Round cross-section of conventional yarn media

Conventional round cross section of individual fibres has fewer micro-voids giving lower dirt holding capacity and higher resistance to flow.

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Certified by NSF International to NSF/ANSI Standard 61.

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