Filter cartridges

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Hayward Flow Control

Hayward Flow Control announces the expansion of its Pleated Filter Cartridges to complement the CFLV Series filters. Manufactured in either polypropylene or cellulose media, the new cartridges provide high-surface filtration and comprehensive service life. The cartridges are designed for use with Hayward's CFLV and MFLV cartridge adapter kits and are ideal for multiple liquid purification requirements. The high-tech pleated media provides excellent particulate removal as well as low pressure drops. The greater surface area ensures longer service life than most filter bags due to higher flow and particulate holding capacity.

Hayward Flow Control, Hayward Industries
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