Aquaphor® filter series base | The MONO filter head
Quick Change filters consist of a filter head and a filter cartridge. They offer minimal space requirements Maximum hygienic safety. When the filter medium is changed, water-conducting contact surfaces are automatically replaced, as both form a unit.
There is no need to disinfect or clean the inside of the housing or grease sealing rings, as with classic systems. The user also no longer comes into contact with the used or new filter medium, which is a significant advantage for hygiene. In addition, no germs can get inside the filter while changing the filter.
Advantages Aquaphor® Quick-Change (QC) filter series
- Very compact thanks to patented filter head design
- Safety lock button
- Easy plug-in and plug-out filter change (see figure below)
- Different filter media available
- Minimal pressure loss through the filter head
- Filter head can be easily disinfected
- With integrated wall bracket on the filter head
- Everything is available, from a single “stand-alone” filter to systems with multiple filter levels
- Bridging adapters are available (see below)
- Various solutions for use from top and bottom tables to outdoor systems
Easy filter change
Removing a filter cartridge:
- Turn off the water supply or water pressure at the upstream T-piece
- Press the lock button. Filter 1/4 – rotation to the left. Remove the filter downwards.
Inserting a filter cartridge:
- If there is still a filter cap on the QuickChange filter, pull it upwards.
- Insert the filter straight from below, offset 1/4 turn to the left.
- Press straight up into the filter head.
- Filter 1/4 – turn clockwise until it audibly clicks into place.
- If necessary, turn the water supply back on
If you want to filter more than just chemicals and heavy metals, e.g. sediments or nitrates, no problem, put a second mono filter head in front of it. Can be expanded in any modular way.
Bridging a QuickChange filter using blind plugs
Very useful for testing purposes, disinfection purposes, or rinsing and activation processes.
The disinfectant is flushed through the entire filter head without flowing through the corresponding filter medium.
Fine-pored filter media or those sensitive to coarser particles (micro and ultrafiltration, osmosis and other membranes). easily bridged are activated when new filters connected upstream (such as activated carbon blocks, mineralization or other granules) are rinsed or conditioned.
There is always a larger particle load initially, which with this method does not put additional strain on subsequent, higher-quality filter media.
The blind plug (PLUG) is not intended for continuous operation! If you need a blind plug but don't have one, you can request one by email.