Resideo launches new Braukmann ff60 TRIPLEX water filter 

Resideo launches new Braukmann ff60 TRIPLEX water filter 

Designed to aid rainwater harvest and provide a continuous, sustainable supply of filtered, non-drinking water, Resideo has launched its Braukmann FF60 TRIPLEX water filter in the UK. It is suited for use in larger buildings such as schools, universities, and office buildings, where an efficient water supply can form part of an effective energy management system.  

The Resideo Braukmann FF60 TRIPLEX water filter is made up of three different filter cartridges, in one housing, which can be replaced every six months. 

Rainwater is collected in a large tank, usually located at ground level, and filtered through the FF60 TRIPLEX to provide filtered water for washing clothes, flushing toilets, and other applications. The washable prefilter and the fine mesh from outside to inside traps dirt and particles on the outer face of the filter. The activated carbon cartridge then filters out fine particles, eliminating unpleasant odours and chemicals caused by chlorine or other organic substances. 

Capable of operating with a maximum water temperature of 45°C, the FF60 TRIPLEX water filter can be applied to rainwater treatment across a range of specifications.  

Martin Wilson, Sales Director at Resideo, commented: “Water is a precious resource – something that has been brought sharply in to view over the past few years. We are delighted to bring our new FF60 TRIPLEX filter to the UK market to help take full advantage of existing resources where possible and reduce reliance on new processed water where it can be avoided. 

“When working with larger building projects flexibility and ease of ongoing maintenance are key. The triple chamber format can be used in a variety of different applications to enable effective rainwater treatment across a range of specifications. Once installed the access to the filters remains straightforward, meaning minimal downtime is required when filters need changing.” 

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