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Hydro Life Carbon Block Replacement Cartridge

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Description


CAMCO MFG INC 687
Reduce chlorine and dangerous cysts by 99%.

Carbon block cartridge traps protozoan cysts (cryptosporidium and giardia). One-micron filtration virtually eliminates sediment and significantly reduces other contaminants that produce bad taste and odor. High flow rate of 2.5 gpm and up to 10,000 gallon capacity. Radial flow design allows water to touch entire surface area of filter for better performance instead of channeling through or bypassing the filter. No carbon particles are released into water. 20-100 psi. Fits most 10" canister-type filter housings. USA.



Technical Specs


Tech Specs

Weight: 2 lbs.

Manufacturer: Camco Mfg Inc

Mfg Part #: G2646

Tech Notes:

  • Mfr. #C2471
  • Starburst #5
  • 9 3/4"L x 2 7/8" dia.
  • working pressure 20-100 psi
  • 2.5 gpm flow rate
  • Temp. range 35-100°F

    Shipping Weight: 2 lbs.



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    Hydro Life Carbon Block Replacement Cartridge: Customer Reviews

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    Reviewed by 5 customers

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    Works Great


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    July 08, 2014
    This filter was easy to install and works great. No off tastes in the water anymore and the ice is coming out clearer. I like that it removes Giardia too as well as other 'bugs'. Try it.
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    Works Well


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    May 14, 2014
    The filter seems to work well. The only complaint is that is definitely decreases the water pressure in the RV.
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    Great Filter - Works on Forest River Travel Trailer


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    March 26, 2014
    Like the previous poster, I too have a Forest River travel trailer. The original filter in it was Flow Pur #CC1-10-Ca. The Hydro Life #C2471 (Camping World item #26383) is a perfect match. I installed the Hydro Life filter without problem or incident.
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    HYDRO LIFE mod C-2471


    105 out of 195 people found this review helpful.
    August 15, 2007
    My water was so strong with chlorine {from the camp ground} that it burnt my eyes and the dogs wouldn't even drink it. Now its chlorine free and tastes great. How ever because of such fine filtration and lots of iron in the water it plugged up after only 20 days of use, which means its doing its job well. In Canada it costs about $60 so I am going to install a cheaper filter in front of it to remove most of the sedement first and there by extending its life greatly. I would highly recomend this filter cartridge to everybody.
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    Filtering is Good & Good filters cost $$$


    122 out of 217 people found this review helpful.
    July 27, 2007
    1st thing, is that camping world's price is a good value for this filter. ( I thought it a bit high at first - but it is worth the extra $$$) ALL of our RV water is filtered thru an inline system offered by Forest River products. This model filter traps more stuff than other cheaper models. We have stuck with it, changing the filter on average about every 7 or 8 mos.There are other less expensive filters on the market, but they were NOT as heavy duty as this one. Often campground water systems have dirty water & bacteria that our bodies are not use to ingesting. (I didn't want to filter out only 60-75% of bacteria-grit-dirt using a cheaper filter to save $$$, I wanted 95-100% filtered out) The last thing I want to be is sick because of nasty water-especially while camping. Final point - I expected the water flow to reduce as the filter got more & more clogged, but it did not. One minute it worked fine with full water flow/pressure & the next minute it stopped cold. I now carry a spare filter just in case.
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