|Item Weight||9.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 5 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||CP5-BBS|
|Size||9.75" H x 4.5" W x 4.5" D|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Culligan CP5-BBS Level 4 Heavy Duty Sediment Replacement Cartridge
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- it contains 5 micron sediment water filtration filter
- Filters sand, dirt, silt, rust particles, and scale particles
- Pleated polyester and cellulose fiber blend
- Fits HD-950
- Level 4 Premium Filtration
- Filters Fine (5-micron) sediment filtration: sand, silt, dirt, rust and scale
- Filter life up to 3 months or 12,000 gallons
- Not recommended for use with non-treated well water supplies
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I have been in contact with the manufacturer (Culligan) over the past few months, and after some limited success at getting them to respond (which was a struggle I might add), they have eventually stopped replying to my emails. This is very poor for public relations. At first, I got several excuses as to why this was not their problem, the most interesting being their claim that the filters I bought were not made by Culligan because they were not purchased directly from Culligan. I informed them that I purchased them from Amazon.Read more ›
Nice filter. I was having problems with the blue top filters not working at all, I determined they were a few millimeters too short, allowing the water to bypass the media all together. These have more rubber at the ends and I'm getting a better seal, capturing much more rust. Plus, they are cheaper than Home Depot and fit my GE housing.
UPDATE Sept. 17, 2010
I learned something the hard way -- CHANGE THE FILTER REGULARLY! I was waiting for the flow rate to go down as a sign to change this filter but it never decreased. Then a month or two ago I noticed the water starting to smell and it really got pretty bad. I'm on a well so wasn't sure if it was the ground water changing but then thought of the filter. Oh my gosh, it was gross. Black & slimy & stinky and the paper had torn so the water was flowing right through with no filtering, hence no pressure loss.
This was about 6 months use on a well (no chlorine) which was way way too long at it turned out. I'd say the filter should be changed every 2 months.
Our water here in the SW suburbs of Chicago is very hard the filter seems to take quite a bit of it out. The advantages that we can see are less mineral deposits in the dishwasher.
I have also noticed that the filters in our RO water system came out allot cleaner this last time so maybe I'll experiment with letting them go a little longer.
1 YEAR UPDATE
so I've been using them for almost a year. And I must say i'm still very happy with their performance. The subscribe and save price has gone up by a dollar and change but doesn't bother me enough to find a different filter.
I have had NO instances of my unit falling apart, tearing or disolving so these other folks must just have terrible water or be leaving them in WAY too long!
Drained my water heater about two months ago and not too much sediment came out unlike in past years so they are definitly helping. (when I replace the filter its completely covered in rust deposits and I mean COMPLETELY covered. Its amazing what this thing is catching!)
I'm keeping the 5 stars they are pretty cheap and work well so all in all I think its a pretty good value.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Quality is cheaper than it used to be. 2 filters were partially crushed even though package was perfect, so they were obviously boxed in this condition. Pretty disappointing.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
The filter falls apart very easily and it allows mold and bacteria to grow on it. I prefer a ploypro filter which doesn't let bugs grow on it.Published 21 days ago by JC
These filters are super. We use them for filtering water from our well which has significant iron rust. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Keiser Keiser
WOW totally disintegrated. Was on the system for about 2 months..fell apart in canister into a goopy mess.. will never buy again....did NO filtering at all.Published 2 months ago by Norm
Didn't make it 24 hours before it stopped working. Terribly disappointed!Published 3 months ago by Heather Soelberg