Triple Jumbo


The Big Blue Filter, also known as the Triple Jumbo Filter, is a technology used in water treatment to remove impurities and contaminants from water. The filter consists of a series of layers, including activated carbon and Sediment filter, that work together to remove particles and improve the taste and quality of the water. The process of filtering water using the Big Blue Filter involves several stages, including pre-filtration, sediment filtration, and final filtration. During pre-filtration, larger particles and sediment are removed from the water before it passes through the main filter. Sediment filtration involves removing smaller particles, such as sand and silt, from the water. Finally, the water is filtered through the Big Blue Filter, which removes impurities such as chlorine, volatile organic compounds, and heavy metals. The result is clean, fresh-tasting water that is safe for consumption. The Big Blue Filter is commonly used in residential and commercial settings, as well as in industries such as food and beverage.