Choose Pentair Everpure Commercial Water Filter Cartridges
Commercial water filtration systems are a critical component of foodservice operations. Coffee and tea are 98% water. Fountain beverages are 83% water. Ice is 100% water. And combi ovens and steamers need water to work. Following manufacturer instructions for regularly replacing water filter cartridges helps ensure the quality and taste of food and drink and the performance and longevity of water-using equipment. To get the most out of your foodservice water filtration system, choose Pentair Everpure replacement cartridges
Why Change Your Water Filter?
You might be surprised what you'll find if you don't change the cartridge in your commercial water filtration system. A dirty filter equals dirty water. This can cause significant corrosion to expensive equipment and result in off-tasting food and drink.
Choosing the Right Filter
Genuine Everpure cartridges are the only way to keep your foodservice water filter system running properly and uphold its certifications. When it's time to replace the cartridge in your system, it's easy to find the Everpure cartridge you need. You'll find many of Pentair's best-selling systems and replacement cartridges in our Quick Reference Guide.
How to Replace Your Filter
Watch the video to see just how easy Everpure makes replacing your foodservice water filter cartridge. In just a few minutes, you can protect ice machines, coffee makers, combi ovens and any other water-using equipment in a restaurant, c-store or other foodservice operation.
When to Replace Your Filter
The frequency of filter changes depends upon your water quality and your water usage. For example, if there is a lot of sediment and/or particulates in your water, then you will have to change your filters more frequently than a location with little to no sediment.
Stay on Top of Cartridge Replacement
Watch for changes in your water
Be sure to replace your filters whenever you notice a decline in the performance, whether it is a drop in flow rate or an unusual taste in the water.
Check your water pressure
Check the pressure gauge when water is flowing. If the pressure gauge needle falls into the red zone, it's time to replace your cartridges.
Replace filters every 6 months
When it's time to replace your cartridges, take a permanent marker and write the date you're replacing them right on the new cartridges. Then, change them in six months for the most proactive protection.