The fiber cartridge filtration uses particulate debris they collect as an aid to improve filtration. As a result, cleaning too often does not allow the filter to operate with a filtration efficiency is optimal, while not cleaning often enough will shorten the life span of a component of the cartridge.

So here's a trick.

When you replace a cartridge with a new cartridge, note the starting pressure on the pressure gauge of the filter tank. This reading is the total pressure of the system. Mark this point with a drop of nail Polish or a pen to fat. Then, add 0.5/0.6 bars at the reading and place another dot. You now have the operating pressure is normal for your cartridge. Let the filter operate between these two points and clean up every time the gauge reaches the mark of higher pressure.