Omnipure E5733/E5740 Everpure® Compatible Acid Washed GAC 2.5" x 14" - 3000 gal Filter:
The Omnipure E5733/E5740 Acid Washed GAC cartridge was made to fit Omnipure E-Series heads as well as existing Everpure® heads with a collar. This filter reduces chlorine, taste, and odor and has a capacity of 3000 gallons. The new E-Series was designed for those customers that are using existing permanent heads but would like an alternative to the replacement bodies offered. They offer equal or superior filtration capability at a considerably lower price than comparable OEM filters.
- Filter Media: Coconut Shell GAC
- Service Life: 1 year or 3,000 gallons
- Reduction: Chlorine, taste and odor
- Flow Rate: 0.5 GPM
- Max Pressure: 125 PSI
- Max Temperature: 100° F
- Class 1 filtration media
- Dimensions: 2.5" W x 14" L
|Compatible Filter Heads||Non-Compatible Filter Heads|
- QC7I: Multi-Cartridge Head Manifold
Acid Washed Granular Activated Carbon
(Two and one half inch diameter filter bodies.)
|Model Number||Body Size||Service Life|
|E5333||2.5" x 6"|
|E5433||2.5" x 8"|
|E5533||2.5" x 10"|
|E5633||2.5" x 12"|
|E5733||2.5" x 14"|
* Everpure is the registered trademark of Everpure, Inc. of Northbrook, Illinois 60062 the manufacturer of Everpure brand water treatment equipment. The replacement water filter listed below is not manufactured or endorsed by Everpure. Rather, this filter is manufactured by Omnipure Corporation. While this filter is compatible for use in Everpure brand water treatment equipment, we make no representation as to whether using this filter is consistent with the warranty applicable to Everpure equipment.
NOTE: Prior to California’s Prop 65, Bituminous Coal was the primary source of Activated Carbon used for drinking water. Due to the concerns of coal-based Activated Carbon leaching arsenic and the restrictions of Prop 65, the Industry switched to Coconut Shell as the new source for Activated Carbon.
Coconut shell is the preferred choice considering it’s a renewable source and 90% +/- surface area exists as micro-pores. Because micro-pores match the size of contaminant molecules in drinking water, they are highly effective in trapping contaminants.
The "33" in the part number originally denoted Bituminous Coal whereas the "40" denoted Coconut Shell Activated Carbon. Now that Coconut Shell is used for all filters, the “33” and “40” no longer represent the type of Activated Carbon.