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Product Summary

The FiltoClear Set 6000 by Oase includes a 6000 pressure filter with UVC and patented cleaning function and a matching AquaMax Eco Premium filter and watercourse pump. Filter characteristics Combination of mechanical biological cleaning and effective UVC...
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The FiltoClear Set 6000 by Oase includes a 6000 pressure filter with UVC and patented cleaning function and a matching AquaMax Eco Premium filter and watercourse pump.

Filter characteristics

  • Combination of mechanical biological cleaning and effective UVC technology
  • Ideal for supplying higher elevated watercourses and architectural pools
  • Patented Easy-Clean technology for easy and easy cleaning without opening the filter
  • Cleaning and backflush function can be easily operated on the cover
  • Possibility of monitoring the UVC clarifier, filter contamination and water flow-through
  • Integrated in the natural environment, thanks to possibility of in ground installation and the sandstone look of the cover
  • Compact filter size with high filtration capacity - perfect for architectural pools and where there is little space in the garden
  • High quality, impact resistant material
Filter Specifications
Max. Flow 
6000L/h
Power Consumption 15W
UVC Power 11W
Voltage 230V
Frequency 50Hz
Net Weight 6.10Kg
Dimensions (W x H) 380 x 430mm
Cable Length 5.0m
Pollutant Level Indicator? Yes
Temperature Display? No
Connection Inlet 19/25/32/38 mm            
Connections Outlet
19/25/32/38 mm
Connections, Sludge Discharge
19/25/32/38 mm
No Blue Filter Foams 3
No Red Filter Foams 3
Max Operating Pressure 0.20bar
Suitable for unstocked ponds up to max
6.0 m³
Suitable for ponds with fish stock up to max
3.0 m³
Suitable for ponds with Koi up to max
1.5 m³
This product comes with a 2 + 1 year guarantee.

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