The Berkey Shower Filter does not remove lead or heavy metals. It does reduce free chlorine, hydrogen sulfide, scale and iron oxide (rust water) and eliminates dirt and odors. It also effectively reduces damage to hair and skin.
The Berkey Shower Filter’s maximum operating temperature is rated at 120°F. However in order to avoid scalding in the shower, we recommend the temperature not exceed 110°F.
The Berkey Shower Filter testing is based on continual usage. The process of oxidation occurs once the filter is activated by water and thus will lose its filtering capability over time. If your shower filter has not been used in a few months, we recommend that it be replaced.
The thread size is a half inch (NPT). This stands for National Pipe Thread.
Do you ever experience dry skin, dry hair, signs of aging, or skin rashes? Your unfiltered shower water could be the source of these problems and more. The water that comes out of the shower contains high levels of chlorine. Research shows that tap water often contains more chlorine than is recommended for treating swimming […]
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60 PSI is the maximum amount of pressure a Berkey Shower Filter™ can withstand.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION In the shower environment, chlorine can either be in liquid or gas state. At higher water temperatures in the enclosed shower stall, free-chlorine moves from the liquid to the gas state, where it vaporizes and subsequently is inhaled. The United States regulates all showerhead flow at 2.5 gallons per minute. Thus, the science […]