TWIST II CLEAN Inline Filters
The Twist II Clean series represents a significant breakthrough in solid filtration. The patented filter technology allows for five second cleaning without disassembling. These products are specifically designed to prevent equipment and system damage from suspended solids and sediments in a water system and are required for injector warranties. At half the price of automatic black flushing systems, these filters are the most cost-effective manual back flush system available.
Plus, there are no expensive cartridges to replace.
TWIST II CLEAN Key Features:
- Easy to install and easy to use, just twist it to clean it.
- Reusable filter cartridge save you money.
- No leaks or watery messes made by other cleaners.
- Patented self cleaning action.
- No need to depressurize whole system to clean.
- Rated to 100 PSI
- Temperature Rating to 120F
- NSF Certified means is safe to use for drinking water systems.
- Easy to replace mesh filter cartridges available in many sizes.
- Low cost parts kits available for long life of the system.
- Comes with two PVC Female Thread Couplings and a Roll of TFE Tape
Watch our video to see how the Twist II Clean works.
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Twist II Clean Models Available:
Twist II Clean 131343, T2C-075-30, 30# Screen Mesh, 600 Micron Particle Size, 3/4" Connection, Brown Element
Twist II Clean 131344, T2C-075-60, 60# Screen Mesh, 250 Micron Particle Size, 3/4" Connection, White Element
Twist II Clean 131345, T2C-075-100, 100# Screen Mesh, 150 Micron Particle Size, 3/4" Connection, Grey Element
Twist II Clean 131346, T2C-075-140, 140# Screen Mesh, 105 Micron Particle Size, 3/4" Connection, Black Element
Twist II Clean 134214, T2C-075-200, 200# Screen Mesh, 74 Micron Particle Size, 3/4" Connection, Blue Element
Twist II Clean 131347, T2C-100-30, 30# Screen Mesh, 600 Micron Particle Size, 1" Connection, Brown Element
Twist II Clean 131348, T2C-100-60, 60# Screen Mesh, 250 Micron Particle Size, 1" Connection, White Element
Twist II Clean 131349, T2C-100-100, 100# Screen Mesh, 150 Micron Particle Size, 1" Connection, Grey Element
Twist II Clean 131350, T2C-100-140, 140# Screen Mesh, 105 Micron Particle Size, 1" Connection, Black Element
Twist II Clean 134215, T2C-100-200, 200# Screen Mesh, 74 Micron Particle Size, 1" Connection, Blue Element
Twist II Clean 131553, T2C-150-30, 30# Screen Mesh, 600 Micron Particle Size, 1.5" Connection, Brown Element
Twist II Clean 131554, T2C-150-60, 60# Screen Mesh, 250 Micron Particle Size, 1.5" Connection, White Element
Twist II Clean 131555, T2C-150-100, 100# Screen Mesh, 150 Micron Particle Size, 1.5" Connection, Grey Element
Twist II Clean 131556, T2C-150-140, 140# Screen Mesh, 105 Micron Particle Size, 1.5" Connection, Black Element
Twist II Clean 134216, T2C-150-200, 200# Screen Mesh, 74 Micron Particle Size, 1.5" Connection, Blue Element
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The quality of product is good. Materials seem good. However, it would be good if there was some way to secure the safety latch in 'open' position. I suggest a lug or a stud in the twist handle would be great. Just as the latch secures in the body, a similar lug in the 'up' position would make it more convenient to twist while flushing. Currently, the latch is loose and prone to getting twisted off or broken.
First time I used it the debris on the screen did not come off. I had to remove the filter to clean it. I have about 80 psi but that could not clear the screen. Also, seems like the small latch that keeps the filter body from turning might be a weak link as it seems to be putting pressure on it like it's trying to turn twist the unit. I do like it better than the disc filter I had before as I can at least see the debris through the clear housing.
this thing collects the bad stuff and backwashing is a breeze. Love the product and am hoping that it solves my issues
I have the 1.5" version with a 140 mesh (105 micron) screen. I can already see the sediment it has trapped from my well water after a week of use. I have seen no decrease in performance or pressure in any of my irrigation zones, which use 10 - 15 gpm, each. Black-flushing requires two hands for the quarter-turn, but works as advertised and completely cleans the screen within a few seconds.
I would recommend adding a block valve to the bottom discharge port. The filter element is designed to seal against the clear housing, but if you don't screw the housing on tight enough or a piece of debris gets caught on the o-ring, it could leak a little. A $3 valve from the hardware store is an easy way to guarantee no leaks.
Don't use the supplied thread-seal tape. It did not seal the threads and leaked when I first installed. Get a heavy-duty seal tape from the hardware store. That worked with no problem. I suppose you could also use pipe dope.
I actually purchased two, a 1.5 inch and the other a 3/4 inch with the #200 mesh filters for a pre-filter and filter for my hydrogen peroxide injection system for my well water. Easy to flush out to clean and I'm very happy I don't have to turn off the water and remove the filters to clean.
I purchased a 3/4"then found I should have ordered a 1". My son went down to the local plumbing store and got what was needed to convert it, he got some tips on how to do it. It just slipped right into place.