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EN-803 Filter (PVC) with Filter SentinelEFFICIENT ORGANIC TREATMENT...WITH 25-30 AND 50-60 LB. CARBON CHARGES

Models EN-1230/1240 & EN-1260/1270 (Dual)

EN-1230/1240 and 1260/1270 full sized carbon treatment units offer the most efficient flow-thru design available today, in a compact, easy-to-use system.  A unique percolation tube supplies fresh process fluid to the inner mass of the carbon charge, utilizing 100% of the carbon for optimum purification.  Our exclusive reusable carbon bag provides excellent migration characteristics, while eliminating used bag disposal.  The EN-1230 units are manufactured as pumpless free-standing portable treatment systems, and are available for 20 to 30lb. carbon charges.  They can be used in-series with Global Filtration Systems and other filter systems to provide proportional organic removal,  EN-1240 units utilize these same small and mid-sized models in an all-inclusive base-mounted package with pump, motor, and electrical connections supplied from the factory.  These units are ideal as complete organic treatment packages.  The dual chambered EN-1260 and EN-1270 units use a full 60lbs. of carbon, providing tremendous surface area for the largest treatment needs.  They are available with and without pumping systems.

            Specifications

APPLICATION FOCUS   For larger solution volumes where spent organics are a problem, the EN1230/1240 single and EN-1260/1270 dual model carbon units are a perfect match.  Excellent for baths where large capacity, continuous carbon treatment is a must.  A great alternative to messy powdered carbon-mixed slurry units used in batch treatment.
Chamber PVC, CPVC, Polypro, others  
Tubes PVC, CPVC, metal alloys.  
Elastomers Neoprene, Viton, EPDM, etc.  
Carbon Media Material 8 x 20 mesh granular carbon (not included).  
Flow Rates 1,620 gph to 5,400 gph