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TD3000 – Triplex System


This ‘Big Blue’ triple housing system is designed to meet all large-capacity filtration needs, including high-flow home and cottage applications drawing from a variety of water sources, including:
1. Municipal applications where high quality utility water is required.
2. Rural applications where large sediment and particles are present.
3. Lake water applications where large sediment, particles, color, odor and possible bacteria are present (when used in combination with a high flow UV light sterilizer).
This system is designed to assist in removing sediment, taste, odor, color and cysts.

• Triple housing system utilizing a combination of three Big Blue 10” filters
• Durable reinforced polypropylene housings and high-flow head
• Pressure gauges and pressure relief valves
• 1”NPT inlet and outlet ports
• 4 ½” diameter filters, 10” in length
• 1 psi at Flow rate 15 gpm
• Maximum Temperature 100° F (37.7° C)
• Maximum Pressure 100 psi

Use of various filters will determine the effectiveness of the system. This chart outlines what the removal capabilities of this system are in conjunction with the filter.

This system is to be installed at the point that water enters into the home, since it will be used to filter water for the entire house.
In the event that bacteria, cysts or other harmful contaminants exist in the water supply, it will be necessary to install a Ultra Violet sterilizer following the TD3000.

Determine where they draw their water.
Lake or river water may change properties throughout the year, which will require modifications to the type of filters used in the system. Frozen lakes in winter results in calmer water, less sediment and a small micron filter.




30, 10, 5 micron options

Pleated Reusable Sediment



Granular Activated Carbon

Chlorine, Taste, Odor, Color

1 micron absolute

Pleated Sediment

Sediment and Cysts > 1 micron

1. Filters cannot remove Iron, Hardness or Dissolved Solids.
2. Filters must be protected from freezing, which can cause cracking of the filter and water leakage.
3. It is almost impossible to predict when to replace filters. Factors such as, consumption volume and water quality dictate when a filter will clog. Filters should be replaced at least every 12 months to guard against bacterial growth.
4. Depending on the source water, it is recommended that this method is used for superior filter efficiency and performance:
Sediment be removed First, Chlorine, Taste, Odor and Color be removed Second, Cysts and Lead be removed Third, Viruses and Bacteria be removed Last.

POSSIBLE COMBINATIONS – Optimal efficiency






Municipal (pretreated)

Not likely

10 – GAC – 1

5 – GAC – 1

Add UV sterilizer

Rural (well, stream)

30 – 10 – GAC
30 – 5 – 1

10 – 5 – GAC
10 – 5 – 1
10 – GAC – 1

10 – GAC – 1
5 – GAC – 1

Add UV sterilizer

Lake water

30 – 10 – 5
30 – 10 – GAC
30 – 5 – 1

10 – 5 – GAC
10 – 5 – 1
10 – GAC – 1

10 – GAC – 1
5 – GAC – 1
Not likely

Add UV sterilizer