The Hoshizaki, 9795-90, E-20 Prefilter System is perfect for food service applications and ice machines. This 6 gpm, 10 micron rated, is Ideal for twin & triple configuration water filter systems in high sediment areas. Filters out larger dirt and rust particles.
The EC210 Prefilter extends the life of the primary water filter cartridges. Replace approximately every 15,000 gallons or 6-12 Months depending on usage and water condition. NSF Standard 42.
- Dimensions: 5-1/6" W x 5-1/2" D x 22-4/9" H
- 20" Tall Prefilter System
- Ideal for twin & triple configuration water filter systems in high sediment areas
- Filters out larger dirt and rust particles
- Prefilter extends the life of the primary water filter cartridges
- Reduces scale buildup which can result in the clogging of distribution lines, malfunction of floats, pumps, and valves
- Tightly spun EC210 sediment cartridge delivers 10 micron nominal filtration
- Clear housing lets you visually inspect trapped particles and makes determining when to change the cartridge easy
- Fits water filtration systems (sold separately): Fits all models with twin or triple configuration water filtration systems, Producing greater than 900 lbs. of ice daily
- EC210 Filter, Max. Flow Rate: 6 gpm, Working Pressure: 10 - 125 psi, Temperature: 35 - 100°F, Capacity: 15,000 gal
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