We offer the 3M™ Water Filtration Products High Flow Series replacement filter cartridges to provide Recipe Quality Water™ for product consistency and equipment protection.
The 3M™ High Flow Series Model CARTPAK DP190 Replacement Cartridge Kit get Recipe Quality Water™ and protect your commercial brewing equipment with our filter cartridges help improves the taste and clarity of water and protect equipment. An O-ring seal, incorporated carbon block filtration medium and scale inhibitor reduce chlorine taste and odour as well as sediment and scale to provide protection from the harmful effects of chlorine corrosion and scale. The innovative Sanitary Quick Change (SQC) design means the cartridges are hygienic by design, allowing for fast and easy cartridge change-outs that require no filter wrench or contact with the filter media. Just a quarter turn is all it takes to remove and replace the filter cartridge, minimising the possibility of leakage and media contamination. Reduce bacteria and cysts with models: HF90, HF90-CL, HF60, HF60-CL, HF40 and 160-L. Reduce chloramines for better equipment protection with models: HF95-CL, HF90-CL, HF65-CL, HF60-CL, and HF35-CL. Chloramines cartridges are designed to protect stainless steel equipment from corrosion and help extend equipment life. HF95, HF95-CL, HF90, HF90-CL, HF65, HF65-CL, HF60, HF60-CL, HF45 and HF40 only provide Integrated Membrane Pre-Activated Carbon Technology (IMPACT) for superior cartridge life. This series provides NSF Certified Cartridges and uses FDA CFR-21 Compliant Material. 3M™ Filter cartridge models (HF95, HF95-CL, HF90, HF90-CL, HF65, HF65-CL, HF60, HF60-CL, HF45, HF40, HF37, HF35, HF35-CL, HF30, HF25, HF27, HF20) are NSF certified under High Flow Series Commercial Modular listing. Model (160-L) is NSF certified under Plumbed-in, DWS160-L/160-L. Visit www.nsf.org for specific claims associated with each product. Surfaces that are in contact with water are FDA CFR-21 Compliant. As tested with E. Coli ATCC (11229). Tested and verified by manufacturer’s laboratory. Based on the use of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts