AquaRain Gravity Water Filters
No, it's not a coffeepot (though it's frequently mistaken for one at shows). It's the AquaRain Gravity Water Filter, and we're excited about it!
Dropships in 2-
First, some things you should know about filters. Many of the "flagship, industry-
Most modern water filtering is done through micro-
Forcing (pumping) water through a nominal pore-
The other problem with a pump-
And which is why we're thrilled with our shiny, new AquaRaintm Gravity Filter! It has
0.2 micron absolute pore size.
Zero moving parts.
Cleanable ceramic filter element (replaceable and cleanable 200x by hand).
Granular activated carbon filtration to remove chemical and organic compounds and improve taste. (Carbon is contained within the ceramic core.)
A filtering capacity of up to 24 gallons a day.
Stamped stainless steel construction.
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Yup. Double filtration, both ceramic and carbon in each element . . . and it filters enough water for 4 people a day (3 element model). It's been manufactured to meet ANSI/NSF standards, the toughest there are. IBR (Inter Basic Resources) 4/4/97 test report states that the AquaRain filter, at absolute 0.2 microns has 99.99 log 5.92 efficiency. I failed trig in high school, but I'm told that means it has 99.99992 filtering efficiency at 0.2 microns! (Our nearest competitor, the British Berkefeld, certifies at only 0.9 microns with only 99.99 filtering efficiency.)
Spare Filter Elements. $43.49 each
AquaRain with 3 Elements $324.49
Optional Site Glass
and Faucet $39.49
1 Micron Pre-