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Replacement Black Berkey Elements

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For use in Berkey Light, Big Berkey, Royal Berkey or Go Berkey. Elements can produce 4 gallons of clean water each hour. Set of 2 element lasts up to 6,000 gallons.

  • Removes chemicals (including herbicides and pesticides) and chlorine to below detectable levels
  • Reduces pathogenic bacteria, viruses (MS2 – Fr Coliphage) and parasites by more than 99.9%
  • Also, removes sediments, iron, foul tastes and odors
  • Reduces up to 95% heavy metals like lead, mercury, aluminum, chromium and copper
  • Set of 2 elements

Note: These products can not be shipped to Iowa because of certification regulations.

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REPLACEMENT BLACK BERKEY ELEMENTS DESCRIPTION
The lifespan of these elements depends on the water quality and filter care. On average:
  • Each element lasts up to 3,000 gallons
  • 2 elements last up to 6,000 gallons
  • 4 elements last up to 12,000 gallons

Customer Reviews of Replacement Black Berkey Elements
Product Rating: 4.1 out of 5.0(8 reviews)
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- 12/14/2013
said: Stanley Kurowski
"I have 2 Berkey Filter systems. One is used for raw water and the other for "city" water. After 3 years I had to replace the filters. Now my systems are running as good as new and I am back traveling the country - Thanks."
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- 11/20/2012
said: Anonymous User
"We bought our Berkey Light with our first George W. Bush rebate check. We just received our third set of black element filters. My husband keeps our filters cleaned with a fresh green scrubbie. We will keep you updated after we try the new set of filters. We love our Berkey Light!!!!!!!!!!"
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- 4/4/2012
said: Larry Roberson
"The best filters I have ever bought"
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- 1/16/2011
said: Mary
"This product is great. Our water is horrible to say the least but with this Berkey we have good tasting water."
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- 5/11/2009
said: Mike
"I bought a pair of the elements and built my own 'big berkey' using plans at http://www.alpharubicon.com/kids/homemadeberkeydaire.htmWe have a cabin on 20 acres of forest in N. Wisconsin. Rather than deal with the expense of a well, we now have begun collecting rainwater and filtering it using this homebuilt filter. As a test, I took 5 gallons of stagnant frog pond water, ran it thru a sheet into another bucket to remove bugs and tadpoles and other large things, then dumped it in our homemade "berkey". Crystal clear, delicious drinking water was the result.Highly recommended. If you don't care about the cosmetic end of things, build your own. If you want something prettier, buy the 'official' Berkey."
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- 11/30/2012
said: Anonymous User
"Our filters also came apart after about 4 months of use when I cleaned out the upper tank. My husband bought a silicone epoxy product from the hardware store that was clearly labeled for potable use. It resealed the filters very quickly and we will see how long this lasts. We use our Berkey in a vacation cabin, so it does not get continuous use. Our well water is very hard with a lot of iron, so the filters do an amazing job on purifying the water to make it drinkable and pleasant. Before, it had a very metallic taste and was discolored. The Berkey was worth every penny. It is a shame the filters are not sealed better to withstand time."
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- 2/13/2010
said: Ninon
"As with so many products, the construction seems to have been downgraded. These filters are somewhat fragile. They are now made without the rounded edge on the top which makes them even more susceptable to breakage. If you fill the filter with a hose, be sure not to let the water run directly on the element as they do erode."
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- 7/8/2012
said: erik storlie
"they are too fragile; after about four months use, one separated from its base and I saw the silicone adhesive/sealant was not fully applied so the element came loose."
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