A Micron W’s innovative design and superior construction techniques provide it the strength to cope with working pressures up to 700kPa. (Equivalent to 71 tonnes per square meter.)
Refined Filament Winding Waterco’s advanced filament winding machine winds continuous strands of fibreglass onto the filter’s inner tank to strengthen the filter so that it is able to withstand high water pressures as well as fluctuating water pressures.
|W 250/300||Model||WM 250/300|
|MK II||Generation||MK III|
|7.0 Bar (101 psi)||Pressure Rating||7.0 Bar (101 psi)|
|ZeoPlus||Media(s)||DMI-Plus & ZeoPlus|
|10 microns (0.01mm)||Micron Rating||10 microns (0.01mm)|
|Sieving ➤ Depth Filtration ➤ Adsorption||Filtration Process||Sieving ➤ Catalytic Removal ➤ Depth Filtration ➤ Adsorption|
|- Removes ammonia
- Easy backwash
- Low maintenance
|Features||- Removes iron
- Removes manganese
- Removes ammonia
- Easy backwash
- Low maintenance
|$ $ $||Price||$ $ $ $|
What is the difference between sand filter and Micron/ActiveZeo?
Sand filter is for basic filtration of sediment. Waterco’s Point of Entry (PoE) filters sediment and it also remove Ammonia, Iron, and Manganese (depends on filter model) in water. They are lighter than sand and it is easier to backwash.
Can the filters be installed in apartment or condominium?
Yes, but depends on the apartment’s / condominium’s management approval, and this is meant for single unit only.
Centralised filter for the entire building is available too, you may write to us at email@example.com for more details.
I heard that fibreglass is not good to our health. Is that true?
Our filters had been thoroughly tested and the fibreglass does not leach into the
water. Fibreglass is not soluble.
What are the differences compared your filter with stainless steel filter?
The technology now is inclined towards fiberglass vessels.
• Fibreglass is lighter, stronger yet cheaper than stainless steel tanks.
• Fibreglass is more durable and suitable for outdoor.
• Fibreglass vessels do not corrode, rust or leave any unsightly stains.
• Fibreglass vessels have a seamless construction where there’s no welded joints that may leak or blow out.
Can I install the filter on my own?
Yes, but we wouldn’t recommend. Improper installation may cause damage to the filter or operational issue, you could void the warranty by doing so.
What is your filter tank material?
Our filter inner tank is made of Poly Propylene (PP) material and is FDA compliant.
Will there be a pressure drop upon installation?
It is negligible.
Where will be the filter being installed?
It can be installed anywhere near to the visible pipe on ground before going in to the overhead water storage tank.
Do you offer automatic backwash?
Not at the moment.
Can the filter filters off Chlorine?
No. Waterco does not recommend to remove Chlorine from your incoming water as bacteria will grow in your overhead storage tank or along the piping of your house if Chlorine is removed.
How do I perform maintenance?
Maintenance can be easily done by switching Multiport Valve positions between “Filter”, “Backwash” and “Rinse” modes. The process normally takes less than 10 minutes, with sufficient flowrate and pressure from incoming water. For detailed backwash procedure, please refer to the operating manual that comes with the product.
How frequent should I backwash the filter?
It is advised to backwash the filter at least once a week to prevent caking/hardening of filter media.
Your filter is a bit expensive. What makes your filter so expensive compared other brands? There are other brands that are cheaper which are similar to your product.
Waterco makes the entire filter from high quality materials utilizing Australian technology to ensure you receive a product that is durable and performs to your satisfaction.
How many years of warranty is the filter? Does that warranty include the media and the MPV?
5 + 5 years for residential.
2 years for commercial.
1 year warranty for residential & commercial.
There is no warranty for media as it will not break.
What do you mean by 5 + 5 years warranty?
If customer wish to claim a new filter after the first 5 years of warranty period, Waterco is willing to absorb part of the replacement cost if valid.
Year 6 – 50% discount
Year 7 – 40% discount
Year 8 - 30% discount
Year 9 - 20% discount
Year 10 -10% discount
After year 10, customer will have to pay full amount to get a new filter.
How often do I change the media?
On the average about 5 years, it depends on the water usage and backwash frequency. If the filtered water condition is still good, then there’s no need to change the media. If you have any questions regarding to media replacement, please contact the authorized dealer who installed your filter.