By PureLine



Part # PL0119

Manufacturer Code R173573

Dimensions End Cap = Round, Length = 20", Outside Diameter = 7", Inside Diameter = 3"

Alternate Part #'s 18005, 18005ECO, 303953, 46056, 4900-099, 4902-099, 4904-017, 609352, 645544019769, 817-0081, AK-60433, C-7470, C7470, FC-1976, FC-3431, FC-34314, FC-6465, FC1976, NFC1976, PC-1976, PC-6465, PCC80, PCC80-PAK4, PLE-051-9146, PLE-051-9366, PWW80, R173573, R178580, XLS-720

Product Description


PureLine Aftermarket Replacement Cartridge for Pentair® Clean & Clear Plus® CCP320Filters

Is your pool water starting to look a little dull? Is your pressure gauge reading a higher PSI than normal? Are your pool jets a little less powerful? These are all signs that it is time to replace your pool filter cartridge. Replace your pool filter cartridge today and regain that crystal clear pool water and extend the life of your pool pump.

Typically for single cartridge pool filters we suggest replacing your cartridge every 6-12 months and for filters which take multiple cartridges, we suggest replacing your cartridges every 3 years.

This Cartridge is Commonly Used In

PureLine Cartridge Benefits

  • Less expensive than the original manufacturer with the same high-quality standards
  • Designed for maximum water flow to extend cartridge life
  • Designed for even dirt distribution resulting in increased water flow
  • Increased flow rates results in less wear on pump & reduced energy usage
  • Banded Pleats reduce frequency of cartridge cleaning

Not Your Cartridge?

Is this not your Cartridge? Don't worry, we carry thousands of Pool Filter Replacement Cartridges to replace all of the most popular OEM brands such as Sta-Rite®, Pentair® / Pac Fab®, Hayward®, Purex®, American Products®, Jacuzzi®, Hot Springs®, Coleman®, and more. Click here for more Pool Filter Replacement Cartridges


All manufacturers’ names, brand names, trademarks, images, symbols, descriptions, and part numbers are used herein for reference purposes only.

Top End Cap Top End Cap
Bottom End Cap Bottom End Cap

Product Specifications

Filter Model:
Pentair® Clean & Clear Plus® 320, Quantum 320
Filtration Area:
80 sq. ft.
19-7/8 in.
6-7/8 in.
Top Inside Diameter:
3 in.
Bottom Inside Diameter:
3 in.
Top Style:
Bottom Style:
Media Weight:
4 oz.
OEM #:
Unicel #:
Filbur #:
Pleatco #:

?     Asked on 9/14/2012by Guest

What is the micron rating for a Unicel element?

A  Answered on 9/14/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

All Unicel elements & grids have a 20 Micron Rating.

?     Asked on 9/16/2015by porfirio martinez

if this catridge feet in my purex triton clean &clear plus cc320p

A  Answered on 9/17/2015 by InyoPools Product Specialist Andy O.

Porfirio, The Clean & Clear Plus 80 Generic Cart. (PCC80) part #NFC1976 will fit you cc320p.

?     Asked on 6/25/2016by Alan

Will this fit the Pentair R211084K canister. I am using the canister in a filter system. If it doesn't fit that one, what filter cartridge will? Thanks

A  Answered on 7/2/2016 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi Alan, This PL0119 cartridge will not fit the Pentair R211084K canister, you will need the 25 Sq.ft. Cartridge, w/ Plug (R172653).

?     Asked on 11/26/2016by Charlie

This filter looks to be the correct size, but want to make sure it will replace my current filter. Numbers on the filter are P/N 178580/R173873.

A  Answered on 11/28/2016 by InyoPools Product Specialist Andy O.

Hello Charlie- The Clean & Clear Plus 80 Generic Cart. (PCC80) - PL0119 is the correct generic replacement cartridge for your Filter.

?     Asked on 1/8/2017by Linda

My filter is P/N 188592 I would like to know if this is the correct replacement for the current filters. There are 4..Thanks

A  Answered on 1/8/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Linda, The Pentair 188592 is the Quad 60 DE Filter and which does not use the cartridges listed on this page. Your filter uses the Quad 60 Replacement Grids


Est. Repair Time

1 to 2 hrs

Tools Needed

Screwdriver, Socket Set

2     1

Filter pressure was rising

Written on 4/22/2020 by Guest

My filter housing has 4 PCC80 filters.

I turned off the power to the pump, verified with a meter that the circuit was disconnected. Relieved the pressure from from the filter housing.

The fitting at the top of the tank turns 1/4 turn to remove the pressure.

Removed the clamp down bolt on the side of the tank. I opened the top of the tank. cleaned the O'ring seal. Drained the remainder of the water from the tank by removing the bottom fitting.

Removed old filters and cleaned all residue from inside the talk. Installed 4 new filters, replaced top fitting which holds the filters in place. Lubricated the O'ring with a silicone-based grease.

Replaced top of filter housing and installed the clamp and tightened the bolt assembly. While tightening, tapped the clamp with a rubber mallet to ensure a good seal.

Filled the pump housing (primed) with water. Turned power back on and started pump. No leaks!!

The old filters were over 5 years old and were cleaned semiannually.

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Est. Repair Time

Less than 1 hr

Tools Needed


4     0

Low flow

Written on 4/17/2020 by Guest

Having cleaned my original filters over and over, I still was not getting adequate flow. Obviously they had become too dirty and had to be taken out of service. Ordered a new set of PCC80 filters from INYOPools and replaced the originals. Wow! can't believe how much flow improved and how sparkling clean my pool looks now!

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Est. Repair Time

Less than 1 hr

Tools Needed

Socket Set

1     0

Cartridges had not been changed in about 3 years.

Written on 8/1/2019 by Guest

Had restrictive flow into pool, had just cleaned about 3 weeks prior and had already needed cleaning again. Pool was clear. Took band off clean and clear plus 320 filter and removed old cartridges. Inserted new cartridges for Inyopools and wooked like a charm. Fit perfectly.

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Est. Repair Time

4 to 8 hrs

Tools Needed

Socket Set, Time

1     0

Debris floating in the pool

Written on 10/30/2018 by Guest

- First-time pool owner since 2015.
- Very diligent in cleaning the pool filters. The old filters looked good and looked to be in good condition.
- I began to notice a lot of debris floating in the pool. I knew it was more than prior years and therefore cleaned the filters multiple times over a couple week period.
- Within a day or two, the floating debris would return.
- My first thought was that the pool filter was too small for my pool. I verified with the manufacturer that the filter was more than adequate for my size pool.
- Unfortunately, his suggestion was to clean the filters not to replace them. After a few more weeks I received an email from Inyo Pools that had a 4 pack of filters at a decent price. I ordered the new filters and the problem was solved.

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Est. Repair Time

Less than 1 hr

Tools Needed

Socket Set

1     0

low return water pressure

Written on 8/16/2018 by Guest

remove filter top whit socket set
then remove old filters
place new in ,place top back on using socket set
put filter back on
i now much more pressure

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