Swimming Pool Filter Cartridges
Swimming pool filters do a lot of the heavy lifting when it comes to ensuring your pool water stays clean and clear. Using pool filter cartridges is one of the cheapest and easiest filtration methods, as the cartridges are made with debris-trapping materials, making removing unwanted dirt simple.
Explore our comprehensive range of pool filter cartridges to find the right shape and size to suit your pool or hot tub.
- Filter Cartridge Intex Pools 59905 Lrg Type B / Bestway IV 5
- Above Ground Pool Filter Cartridges 3
Savings up to 17%
Starting at £4.94
- Filter Cartridge Intex A (59900E) - Unicel C-4607 - Coleco PC7 120 5
- Relax Spa Filter Cartridge - Relax Pod System Compatible - PRB50-IN 5
- Filter Cartridge Hayward C1200 PA120 5
- Pleatco Advanced Pool Filter Cartridge Antimicrobial PA25-M 5
- Filter Cartridge Hayward C750 PA75 5
- Filter Cartridge Coleman Spas PCS32-2 5
- Filter Cartridge Best Way PBW4PAIR 5
- FC-3111 5
- Filter Cartridge Marquis Spas PPM25 5
- Filter Cartridge Spaform PRB17.5SF 5
- Filter Cartridge - Joy, Aquatic 1 & 3
- Waterco Trimline Cartridge Filters
Savings up to 22%
Starting at £126.00
Pool Filter Cartridges Vs Other Filter Media
Your swimming pool pump circulates water through your filter system, which catches the dirt that cannot be broken down entirely by the pool chemicals. Aside from pool filter cartridges, there are several other filter media types, including sand and glass filters.
Cartridge filters are the go-to options for many small pool owners because they are cheaper, wonderfully effective at keeping water clean and easy to use and clean. They are especially popular for use in hot tubs and spas.
We offer a selection of pool and spa filter cartridges from leading brands you can rely on.
How to Clean a Pool Filter Cartridge
Pool filter cartridges are tall, barrel-like cylinders made from corrugated paper or polyester cloth. They are easy to remove from your pump and filter system, which makes cleaning them a simple process.
If you’re doing a quick clean, you can rinse the garden with water, running water over each of the pleats. If a deep clean is required, you can use filter cartridge cleaner.
You should clean your pool or spa filter at least once a month, if not more and certainly after heavy usage, to ensure it keeps performing well for as long as possible.
For more information, read our guide on how to clean a cartridge filter.
How Often Should You Change Pool Filter Cartridges?
How often you’ll need to clean or replace your filter will depend on a number of things:
- - How often your pool is used.
- - How big the filter is.
- - How susceptible your pool is to excess dirt.
At a certain point, simply cleaning your filter cartridge may not be enough, and you’ll need to replace it. Replacement will be necessary around every 2-4 years.
Here’s what to look out for if you think it’s time to replace your filter:
- - Past its predicted lifespan – Once your pool filter cartridge is past its use-by date, it’s likely a good idea to buy a new one.
- - The cartridge appears crushed or deformed.
- - High pressure on the pump system even after a clean.
- - Worn fabric or tears in the cartridge.
- - Cracks on the plastic casing.
If it is time to replace your filter, you’ve come to the right place! And if you can’t find what you’re looking for, call us on 0333 900 4040.