Features we love
- Spa filter replacement for 2 sq. ft filtration space
- Removes scum such as hair, dust, leaves and more
- Delivers safe clean water and is resilient to chlorine
Need to know
Measure: 7.9cm x 9.7cm.
Top Hole: 2.9cm.
Bottom Hole: 2.9cm.
The HTFINTE Filter is suitable for: Intex Type C.
Our Ref: HTFINTE | Pleatco: PIN3PAIR | Unicel: C-3302 | Filbur: FC-3751 | Darlly: 30021
Need to know
Replace this filter at least every 4 weeks, and every 2 weeks if used regularly.
How does an Intex filter work?
Water is pumped through the filter, and any debris gets caught in the filter’s pleats. Intex filters work alongside chemicals and sanitisers to keep the hot tub water clean and healthy.
How often should I replace the filters in my Intex?
We recommend replacing your Intex filter every few weeks, depending on how often you use your tub. You should replace old filters with new ones especially when they become harder and discoloured. Showering before using your hot tub can significantly help increase the lifespan of your filter. Poor filter care is the number one cause of pump and heater failure, so having spare filters to hand will keep your Intex parts working for longer!
How often should I clean the filters in my Intex?
You should clean your Intex filters at least every 3 days, and ideally between each use. The more often you use your Intex, the more often you should clean your filters. Washing out your filters prevents them from becoming soiled and clogged which constricts water flow, putting extra strain on the pump motor and risking mechanical issues.
If you need more advice on keeping your filters clean, read ourhow to clean your hot tub filters guide.