Everpure® QL2-OCS/QL3-BH/QC7i-MH

Coffee Filtration Systems

Everpure® QL1/QL2/QL3/ QC7i Single Systems

Coffee & Tea are 98% water

 

You can’t make a good cup of coffee without a good cup of water!  Everpure water filters for coffee ensure you have consistent quality each and every day ensuring your customers enjoy the same consistent experience.  Satisfied customers mean increased profits!

 

Benefits include:

  • reduced scale build up and corrosion
  • less equipment downtime and lower energy costs
  • removal of chlorine off taste & odours
  • sediment reduction
  • cyst reduction
  • NSF® Certified under NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53

 

Four models to choose from:

Part No. EV9275-60 QL2-OCS System – 0.5 gallon per minute flow rate – 1,500 gallons capacity

Part No.  EV9272-00 QL3-BH System – 0.5 gallon per minute flow rate – 3,000 gallons capacity

Part No.  EV9275-04 – QC7i-MH System – 1.67 gallons per minute flow rate – 9,000 gallons capacity

QC7i-MH Twin (sold as two seperate part #’s) – 3.34 gallons per minute flow rate – 18,000 gallons capacity

 

All systems come with a five-year manufacturer’s warranty.

 

Let us help you choose the right system at technicalcare@danamark.com.  How about installation?  We’ve got you covered.  We have a national network of experienced service providers, at your service.

 

Have questions?  Here is a quick link to our customer care team – askus@danamark.com

 

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

 

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  • Service Flow Rate: Varies - please refer to individual spec sheets
  • Pressure Requirements: 10 – 125 psi (0.7 – 8.6 bar), non-shock
  • Maximum Temperature: 35 – 100°F (2 – 38°C)
  • Capacity: Varies - please refer to individual spec sheets

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