JMCC WATER FILTERS “GF” Filter Element Specification Sheet
100 % Made in our factory – MADE IN THE USA
Tested to NSF Certified Standards – sold in all 50 states and worldwide
Quotes discounts available for large scale commercial systems and orders
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CeraMetix® JMCC Water Filters GF filter elements utilize our class leading silver impregnated (to prevent bacteria buildup) ceramicmicro porous outer shell combined with our AquaMetix® granular core technology.
AquaMetix® is made from the highest quality NSF component certified (ANSI 61) coconut shell based activatedcarbon and other superior adsorbent materials including B2 (ANSI 61).
The ceramic shell and our AquaMetix® granular combine mechanical filtration and physical adsorption processesto reduce a wide variety of drinking water contaminants of both aesthetic and health concerns. The porestructure of the ceramic enables sufficient contact time for AquaMetix® to be ideally suited to improving taste andodor as well as reducing chlorine, chloramine, volatile organic compounds, MTBE, lead, mercury, asbestos, arsenicand fluoride. The cleanable ceramic shell is designed to remove suspended solids, pathogenic bacteria and cysts.
The GF elements have been tested in accordance with NSF protocols for cyst, turbidity, particulates, lead,chloramines and chlorine reduction.
– 5” for the 1 and 2 liter personal filters
– 7″ “Standard” replacement filter element fits all commercially available gravity water filters on the market today (including our models – Kitchen Standard – Traveler – White Whopper – and all other gravity brands)
– 7″ “IMPERIAL” is Double Wide with 4 times the flow rate and 3 times the 7” Standard element life replacement filter element … for all commercially available gravity water filters on the market today (including our models – Kitchen Standard – Traveler – White Whopper – and all other gravity brands)
– 10″ High Pressure filter for the “Faucet on Demand” filters (above and below sink models)
– 20” High Pressure filter for the MR7 Whole House filter (uses seven 20” filter elements)
JMCC WATER FILTERS “GF” Ceramic Candles – Contaminant Removal Specifications and Laboratory Certifications
Pathogenic bacteria—>99.9999% (ALcontrol Laboratories)
Cholera, Typhoid, Salmonella, E. Coli, Fecal Coliform
Cysts—100% (ALcontrol Laboratories)
Cryptosporidium Parvum, Giardia Lamblia
Sediment—100% absolute to 0.5 micron (IBR Laboratories)
VOC—Volatile Organic Compounds—>98%
Metals—Aluminum, Iron, Mercury, Nickel & Zinc—>98%
Pharmaceutical Compounds—Acetaminophen, Progesterone,
Ibuprofen, Naproxen Sodium—>95%
(Independent laboratory tests — NSF/ANSI Std 42 & 53 Chemical Reduction Tests)
Manufactured in the USA – Testing to National NSF Ceritification standards guarantees every filter complies with these standards
National NSF Certification testing is an extremely difficult standard to meet … it takes an extreme investment in time – material – and is very expensive … in spite of this my JMCC filter elements are far less expensive than untested brands especially when purchased in super economical bulk packs … constantly testing the products for compliance … the JMCC WATER FILTERS testing protocol guarantees every filter complies with standards … cleanable … 100% MADE IN THE USA in our own factory – sold in all 50 states and world wide.
Filtration Capacity before replacement (based on average water conditions)
5” mini — 500 Gallons (good for 2000 refills of the 1 liter travel water filter and 1000 refills of the 2 liter travel water filter)
7” “Standard” for – Kitchen Standard – Traveler – White Whopper = 1000 Gallons or every 6 months (if you use multiple elements then multiply this number by the number of elements)
7” “IMPERIAL” for – Kitchen Standard – Traveler – White Whopper = 3000 Gallons or every 6 months (if you use multiple elements then multiply this number by the number of elements)
10” Standard — 1000 Gallons or every 6months
20” Commercial Grade for MR7 – 80,000 gallons Chlorine and 40,000 most contaminants (using 7 filter elements)
example calculation to change filter elements … you use a “Kitchen Standard” standard stainless steel container with 2.5 gallon capacity and fill twice per day in your kitchen (you use about 5.0 gallons per day) … you use 2 filter elements at a time … 1000 x 2 = 2000 gallons before changing elements …
2000 gallons / 5.0 gallons per day = 400 days = 13 months … NOT BAD if you compare to bottled water (or about 6 months for one filter element) … triple this for the IMPERIAL filters (use just one at a time) … PLUS you have a water filter in case of emergency … take camping and on vacation so the whole family has clean water at home in the kitchen or wherever you are … packs easily into your pack or suitcase (remove the filter elements for travel)
CLEANABLE ceramic shell … remember to clean your filter elements regularly … clean with a scotch bright pad (or a dull knife with a scraping action … never use soap of any kind) on the filter elements surface if you see coloration and mineral build up … some water supplies will have more than others … you can dry out and save the filter elements if not in use for a long period of time (e.g. at the cabin) … clean and dry out your entire system for storage …