Replacement Filter For Position #2 Of Your Vesta Ionizer
The Replacement 0.1 Micron Filter For Vesta incorporates granular activated carbon, tourmaline and calcium. This filter is great for normal municipal supplied tap water with no carcinogens above the normal allowed levels. It will easily remove chlorine and bacteria, and will clean the water very nicely of most other normal particulates.
The Standard GSF Replacement Filter For Vesta removes chlorine, bad taste, Giardia, Cryptosporidium, all other common water micro-organisms and other contaminants from the incoming water up to .1 microns. What remains is great tasting, clean and healthy water with the essential alkalizing minerals still intact.
The filter also includes a layer of calcium plus a layer of tourmaline. Calcium not only helps to slightly remineralize the water but also naturally sweetens the water and changes volatile fluorine molecules into a benign compound (calcium fluoride). The tourmaline in this patented, state-of-the-art filter really makes a difference in the ability of the water to carry an ionized charge naturally. As the water passes over the tourmaline crystals the ORP (Oxygen Reduction Potential) is naturally decreased and the water made more bio-available. What this means is if water passes through your water ionizer - even with the power turned off - the water will come out more ionized!
- Silver Impregnated Carbon: The filtering function uses active carbon which is carbon created by burning palm trees at high temperature. This is a secondary pollution-prevention function.
- Special Textile Filter: This filter contains a triple textile filter, so no need to worry about germ propagation.
- Tourmaline Ceramic: This material produces an 0.03 mA electric current. It has composite functions such as absorption / repulsion, anion formation, etc, that are highly effective for activating tap water.
- Calcium: Enhances electrolysis capacity, provides an important mineral and improves the taste of the water.
How do I know when my filter needs to be replaced?
All the latest Jupiter / Emco Tech ionizers have a digital readout that shows how long before you need to change your filter. A filter typically lasts a family of four between 8 to 9 months and gives a good 1000+ gallons of water. We recommend changing the filter at least once every 9 months to ensure quality performance.
How Long Will My Filter Last?
How often you change your filter will depend on the quality of your water and the amount of water you are using each day on average. A filter typically lasts a family of four between 8 to 9 months and gives a good 1000+ gallons of water. We recommend changing the filter at least once every 12 months to ensure quality performance.
If you smell or taste chlorine in your water after it passes through your ionizer you should change your filter. In some city water supplies the amount of chlorine and other sterilisation chemicals now used is at higher levels than before due to increases in contaminants. Also if you notice that the flow rate through your filter has decreased to a slow rate then it is probably because it is full of particles and now needs replacement.