CV Cartridge Filter

CV Series Cartridge filters set the benchmark for large cartridge filtration.

Our filter design takes advantage of the filter’s total surface area, providing you with the clearest possible water and extended cleaning cycles. Enjoy the clear sparkling water of your pool and spa while the CV filter is working for you.

The new CV filter is designed to work more efficiently with other Zodiac products by incorporating the Versa Plumb® system. This filter is equipped for high flow rates and optimum hydraulic performance. CV large cartridge filters are constructed of durable, corrosion resistant, heavy duty high-tech polymeric materials for long-lasting performance.

Zodiac’s large cartridge filters are technologically advanced and filled with many user-friendly features.

Available for sale only at your local pool store. This product can not be purchased online.

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Features

  • The CV Filter is designed with the inlet and outlet ports on the same level for improved hydraulic efficiency.
  • Sweep Elbow and unions allow the filter to easily connect to Jandy® Pro Series pumps and equipment.
  • Unique pressure gauge features clean/dirty indicator that can be customized, making it easy to assess filter cartridge condition.
  • Easy-grip handles on the tank lid make filter installation and cleaning easy and simple.
  • Optional anchor brackets easily attach to the filter tank and mount to the pad to hold the filter securely in place. These brackets are sold separately as an accessory.
  • CV filter is Versa Plumb ready.
  • 340, 460, and 580 square foot models available.

Frequently asked questions

1. Hole in filter cartridge, replace filter cartridge if necessary. 2. Worn o-ring seal inside filter. Replace o-ring.
1. Small eyeball fitting in pool/spa 2. Partially closed valve on return line. 3. Pump may be oversized. Check selection. 4. Filter dirty. Clean filter per instructions.
1. Check pump basket for debris. 2. Check for air leaks on suction side. 3. Check for restrictions or blockage in either suction or return lines. 4. Filter needs to be cleaned or replaced. 5. Pool water level too low. 6. Pump not primed. 7. Pump impeller vanes blocked. 8. Strainer baskets not being used and/or not being cleaned regularly. 9.Pump operating under speed (low voltage) or at low speed.
1. Presence of algae. Check sanitizer levels. 2. Check pH and total alkalinity. 3. Pump output exceeds design flow rate of filter. Check pump performance. 4. Ineffective cleaning, check conditions, replace filter cartridge.
1. Insufficient sanitizer level. 2. Incorrect pool chemistry. 3. Heavy bathing and or dirt loads. 4. Incorrect flow. 5. Insufficient running times. 6. Filter is dirty. (Clean per instructions.) 7. Hole in filter element.