Everpure® ESO / Claris™ Systems & Heads


Everpure® ESO And Claris™ Systems

A number of options to choose from to achieve the best results:


  1. Everpure Claris Filtration Systems:

The newest cartridge in the Everpure Claris family is Claris Prime, the next level of Claris technology.

Claris Prime goes a step beyond Claris Ultra with three key benefits:

  • chloride and sulphate reduction
  • adjustable chloride and sulphate levels
  • adjustable total dissolved solid (TDS) levels

Claris Prime is available in one size only, XXL  with a capacity range of 557-1,255 gallons (2,110-4,750 litres) based on application.

Claris Ultra provides the widest capacity range on the market today. There are five models, with a capacity range of 660 gallons up to 5,283 gallons (2,500 to 20,000 litres).


Everpure Claris Full Line Systems Brochure


2. Everpure ESO Systems:

There are four models to choose from.  The head and cartridge are sold separately.  The first part number is for the head; the second for the cartridge.

#EV9272-41 & #EV9607-10 – QC7i-ESO6 Single – 0.50 gpm flow rate – 4,100 grains capacity

#EV9272-41 & EV9607-25 – QC7i-ESO7 Single – 0.50 gpm flow rate – 5,300 grains capacity

#EV9272-22 & EV9607-25 – QC7i-ESO7 Twin – 1.0 gpm flow rate – 10,600 grains capacity

#EV9272-23 & EV9607-25 – QC7i-ESO7 Triple – 1.50 gpm flow rate – 15900 grains capacity


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Let us help you with choosing the right system at technicalcare@danamark.com.  How about installation?  We got you covered!   We have a national network of experienced service providers, at your service. Here is a quick link to our Customer Care team – askus@danamark.com


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  • Pressure Requirements: 10 – 125 psi (0.7 – 8.6 bar), 29 - 116 psi (2 – 8 bar)
  • Maximum Temperature: 39 - 86°F (4 - 30°C), 35 – 100°F (2 – 38°C)

This product works best with these applications

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