Model No: CFS3000

Auto backwash, 40Lpm, 25mm connection

Puretec CFS3000 Carbon Filtration Water Treatment System
Puretec CFS3000 Carbon filtration systems provide beautiful, great tasting water for the most fastidious, leaving beneficial vital minerals to assist in a healthy life. 

Puretec CFS3000 units are used in the domestic, commercial and industrial fields and are effective in special situations such as reduction of trace heavy metals. The Puretec CFS system reduces chlorine, taste, odour and sediment by adsorbing it through the filtration bed. 

Removes chlorine from your water to protect your products and equipments. 
Chlorine leads to poor taste in applications such as beverage manufacturing. Sensitive equipments including Reverse Osmosis membranes can be permanently damaged by chlorine resulting in costly replacements.
Price: $2,501.95Incl. GST*
*Price listed is suggested retail price. Reseller price may vary.

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Features & Benefits

• Reduces taste, odour and chemicals in your water. 
• Automatic backwash – set and forget. 
• Stores system configuration and operation data in non-volatile memory.
• Solid-state microprocessor with easy access front panel settings.
• Front panel display for time of day and days until next regeneration.
• Flexible programming options.
• Weather resistant cover for controller.
• Weatherproof transformer.

Specifications

Ordering Code
CFS3000
Valve
Automatic E1-matic
Flow Rate
40 Lpm
Maximum Flow Rate
90 Lpm
Connection
1” Male BSPT, ¾” Drain
Min/Max Pressure
140 - 860 kPa
Operating Temperature
4 - 43°C (40 - 110°F)
Power Supply
230V AC / 50 Hz
Warranty
1 year^
Replacement Media Kits
RMK-CFS3000
Accessories
WTV5090 - Microswitch for automation of external equipment.
WTV5000 - Bypass assembly for testing, and maintenance.
WTV5092 - Differential pressure switch for load based backwashing.
Operating Conditions: 1. Not recommended for colloidal particles. 2. Water turbidity and particle size will affect recommended flow rate. 3. Pressure loss 100 kPa. 4. The flow rate while the filter backwashes, needs to be equal to the stated service flow to maintain proper backwash functionality, which is critical for optimum performance of filtration systems.