- 商品尺寸: 50.8 x 50.8 x 25.4 cm
- 商品重量: 2.72 Kg
- 发货重量: 3.3 Kg
- ASIN: B00IXRSABI
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Fiber Clear Cellulose 过滤器介质 D.E. 游泳池的替代品 2 件装 白色 4003DC-02
- Safe & Effective D.E. Alternative
- Filters down to 2 microns
- Environmentally Friendly
- Bio-Degradable & Non-Toxic
- Keeps your pool sparkling clear
The Fiber Clear Cellulose Filter Media D.E. Alternative for Swimming Pools is a safe alternative to Diatomaceous earth needed for DE filters. Only one pound of this biodegradable, non-toxic material is required to get the same results as 8 lbs. of D.E. About Robelle Industries Since 1973 Robelle Industries has been providing superior, dependable, and affordable swimming pool products. They have painstakingly built a line of quality swimming pool products that include pool chemicals, pool accessories, and everything in between. Robelle is dedicated to finding new product formulations that meet superior standards of pool chemical efficacy and product durability so your pool is safe, crystal clear, and healthy. Safe alternative to Diatomaceous earth needed for DE filter. Filters down to 2 microns to provide clear water. Only need 1 lb. to equal 8 lbs. of DE. Bio-degradable and non-toxic.
尺寸: 2 件装
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The only downsides are that in a cartridge filter, you need to clean the cartridge more often, and in the DE filter, some of the media will blow through the filter and back into the pool in the first few hours after backwashing/recharging. If you have a really powerful filter pump, this could be a problem. But it's worth the extra vacuuming the day after recharging, as the pool is much cleaner.
I've also found that I use a whole lot less chemicals since switching to Fiber Clear. I no longer need clarifier, metal remover, or algaecide, and the pool requires about half the chlorine in a season.
Do not mix DE and Fiber Clear, and clean the filter thoroughly before switching to it, as the mixture will clog the filter almost immediately.
The only issue is that after backwashing, I have no way of knowing how much to add unless I'm taking the filter apart completely. This year, after opening, I did about 3 backwashes and there was a significant amount of material remaining on the grids. So, I usually try to just judge by the pressure. Instead of 15 cups, I'll try 11 or 12, then check the pressure and add more until it gets to the starting pressure of freshly cleaned grids.
So far, the claim that it requires fewer backwashes has been true in my experience. And the water seems to clear more quickly than with DE.