Filters

Greenway Water Technologies’ Water Filters are Engineer for Health and Designed for Life.

At GWT, we keep our customers in mind as we develop our products. We are constantly researching and developing new and unique products to expand our current product line up. There are many Water Filters on the market today and most are all of the same design, yet many differ in quality. High quality components and media in addition to final product specifications for each filter, are crucial for safe drinking water. We have carefully planned our line-up to include a variety of superior filters, providing various options to our customers.

Greenway® filters are available in Standard, Advance and Pro series models. Our Filters are grouped by media type in order to allow easier customer selection. If you are unclear on what type of filter you need, please refer to our Water Treatment Guide.

If you require a specific product or component and do not see it on our website or in our catalogue, please contact us to discuss. We are here to assist you in getting what you need.

Select the Filters that is right for you

Carbon Block

Carbon Block

Activated carbon filters have many uses from taste and odor control; chlorine reduction and organic reduction. While some activated carbon is good for some applications, they are not suitable for…

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Granular Activated Carbon (GAC)

Granular Activated Carbon (GAC)

Granulated Activated Carbon (GAC) filters provide a fast flow alternative when carbon technology is needed. Micron ratings for GAC are considered estimates due to the channeling that occurs within GAC,…

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PolySpun

PolySpun

GWT supplies many types and sizes of spun bonded poly filters, with sizes ranging from 5 micron to 20 micron. Also offered, are graded-density poly filters that have a larger…

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String Wound and Pleated

String Wound and Pleated

String Wound filters are depth filtration filters and are produced by spinning fibers around a central core. The “tightness” of the fibers being wound, allows specific nominal micron rating sizes…

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