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The Top Load Filter System has a built-in spring bypass valve. This valve allows some water to bypass the filter cartridge when the filter pump is running on high speed. This is to minimize pressure lost on the jets.
Available with 25 or 50 square-foot filter cartridge to be installed in an existing filter hole cut-out on the topside of the spa.
Filter System Diagram:
This Top Load Filter System can also be installed in-line underneath the spa. Includes filter housing and one filter cartridge. Easily access the filter cartridge by removing the top filter cap. Bottom plumbing connections are standard 2 inch pipe connections. Reducers are provided for 1.5 inch plumbing.
NOTE: If installing this filter system in-line underneath the spa, a 28-inch height is required for room to remove the filter cartridge.
This filter system is also a replacement option for the following part numbers: 4-00-0080 (50 SqFt), 16-270-1065 (50 SqFt), 4668-13 (50 SqFt), 502-5010B (50 SqFt), 806105088482 (50 SqFt), WWP5025010 (50 SqFt), 4-15-0151 (25 SqFt), 16-270-1060 (25 SqFt), 4668-12 (25 SqFt), 806105088420 (25 SqFt), 500-2510 (25 Sqft, 1.5 inch), 500-5010 (50 Sqft, 1.5 inch)
The filter housing and cap comes with a 1-year limited warranty. Included filter cartridge comes with a 90-day limited warranty.
To purchase a replacement Top Load Filter Cartridge, Click here.
NOTE: When installing an In-Line Spa Filter System, either install it before the heat pump and controller with heater or after the heat pump and controller with heater. Never install the spa filter system in between the heat pump and controller with heater. This causes water flow restrictions preventing the heater from activating, or may allow the heater to overheat affecting the warranty. Based on the flow rating of the spa filter system, it is normally plumbed in with a small circulation pump. For a dual speed jet pump application, be sure to create a water flow bypass plumbing around the spa filter system for sufficient water flow. For systems installed near or above the water level, and more than 5 feet from the tub, install the In-Line Spa Filter System after the heat pump and controller with a water flow bypass plumbing. A water flow bypass plumbing allows half of the water to go through the spa filter system and half of the water to go around the spa filter system. This way water flow is not restricted. A water check valve or a ball valve may be used on the return side of the bypass plumbing to help move part of the water through the spa filter system. Eventually the spa water will get filtered during the filter cycles. Check with the manufacturer and a licensed spa technician for proper installation. We recommend NSF rated flexible PVC for simpler connections. Click here for more information.