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art [UV filter lamps]
living_in_new_zealand:country_calendar:country_calendar_a3 [2014/04/09 10:38] (current)
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 <​note>​UV filters will only work correctly on very clear water as contamination will block the UV light, therefore a series of filters are required prior to the lamp. The final filter if 1 micron will remove 99.9% bacteria and cysts anyway, so what's the point! <​note>​UV filters will only work correctly on very clear water as contamination will block the UV light, therefore a series of filters are required prior to the lamp. The final filter if 1 micron will remove 99.9% bacteria and cysts anyway, so what's the point!
-Filters can be expensive in NZ, have look at Amazon UK or Amazon.com. Filters are much cheaper even after postage ​with "​Youshop" ​+ 
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 +I was charged $80 for 0.6 micron filter ​at the Auckland home show. My next two were bought from Amazon.com, they cost $35 each with postage. I found Mitre Ten Mega selling quality filters for $28!!!
  
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