HTF0150 50sq ft Hot Tub Filter - Arctic, Coyote Spas, Outdoor Fun, Life, Style
Features we love
Spa filter replacement for 50 sq. filtration space
Removes scum such as hair, dust, leaves and more
Delivers safe, purified water & is resilient to chlorine
Strong inner core is resistant to high water pressure
Helps protect hot tub heater and pump from dirt
All about me
One of the most popular spa filters worldwide, this filter is perfect for keeping your home spa free of any impurities. It helps purify the water, so you're left with a clean and clear pool for you to enjoy your hot tub experience time and time again. Made with long-lasting materials, you can be guaranteed of its quality, and it's easy to clean too, ensuring its durability; plus, we even supply a cleaner. It's compatible with a variety of well-known spa brands too.
Need to know
Dimensions: W12.5 x D12.5 x H33.8 cm
Filtration area: 50 sq. ft
Material: Reemay polycarbonate and micro membrane cloth
Top cap: Internal hole diameter- 54mm
Central part: Filter
Bottom cap: Internal hole diameter- 54mm
Please note: You may come across a white band across the centre of your filter, please do not try to remove it.
Our Ref: HTF0150
Arctic Spas, Artesian Spas, Beachcomber Hot Tubs, Marquis Spas, Outdoor Fun, Tradition, Island, Life, Chateau, Style, South Sea Spas and more
How does a hot tub filter work?
Water is pumped through the filter, and any debris gets caught in the filter’s pleats. Hot tub filters work alongside chemicals and sanitisers to keep the hot tub water clean and healthy.
How often should I clean my hot tub filters?
We recommend rinsing your hot tub filters once a week and giving them a full clean with cleaning tablets or powder every 4-6 weeks. This will ensure dirt, debris and pollutants are cleared quickly and effectively and will extend the life of your filter. A clean hot tub filter gives you more accurate results when testing the chemicals, meaning you could save money.
Having a spare filter to rotate when cleaning means that they can last up to 18 months. If you’re not rotating with a spare, you should expect to replace them every 12 months. Purchasing genuine branded hot tub filters allows your system to run more efficiently, thus allowing a more reliable circulation of water and easier maintenance.