Everpure® ESO / Claris Cartridges

Softening, Filtering & Buffering

EV4339-86-Claris-Prime

Claris Cartridges:

The rule of thumb is to change these cartridges once a year.  There is a Flow Meter (#EV4339-31/32) that monitors the gallons used and indicates when it is time for a filter change.  If you do not have this meter, you can retro-fit it.  Otherwise, we recommend every 12 months.

 

There are 6 different sizes of Claris cartridges to choose from:

#EV4339-80 Claris Ultra S – 0.50 gpm flow rate – 660 gallons*

#EV4339-81 Claris Ultra M – 0.50 gpm flow rate – 1,109 gallons*

#EV4339-82 Claris Ultra L – 0.50 gpm flow rate – 2245 gallons*

#EV4339-83 Claris Ultra XL – 1.0 gpm flow rate – 3,196 gallons*

#EV4339-84 Claris Ultra XXL – 1.00 gpm flow rate – 5,283 gallons*

#ev4339-86 Claris Prime – 1.00 gpm flow rate – (please refer to spec sheets for details)

 

ESO Cartridges:

There are two models to choose from, the ESO6 and ESO7.  Both cartridges are interchangeable and fit into any Everpure QC head or manifold.

 

#EV9607-10 ESO6 – 0.50 gpm flow rate – 4,100 grains per cartridge

#EV9607-25 ESO7 – 1.0 gpm flow rate – 5,300 grains per cartridge

 

Note: Cartridge capacity varies according to the volume of water filtered and the hardness of that water.

 

If you need help with how to change the cartridges, please contact us at technicalcare@danamark.com or give us a shout at 1-888-326-1108.

 

Please click on the “DOCUMENTS” tab for the full product line spec sheets.

 

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  • Service Flow Rate: From 0.5 gpm (1.9 Lpm) up to 1.0 gpm (3.7 Lpm)
  • Pressure Requirements: 10 - 125 psi (0.7 – 8.6 bar), 29 - 116 psi (2 – 8 bar)non-shock
  • Maximum Temperature: 35 - 100°F (2 - 38°C), 39 - 86°F (4 - 30°C)
  • Capacity: Varies according to filter cartridge used
  • Dimensions: n/a

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