Carbon Water Filters
Carbon water filter solutions from Carbonit.
About carbon water filters from Carbonit
Our mono block carbon water filters by Carbonit are specifically designed for heavy chemical contamination. The GFP Premium cartridge has 55% more active carbon and therefore a longer contact and reaction time with the water. This special cartridge is highly effective for treating our US tap water by filtering harmful chemicals out and leaving natural minerals in.
The effectiveness of CARBONIT water filters has been TÜV tested and confirmed in numerous studies and applications. Carbon water filter from CARBONIT are designed and produced in Germany.
Why use carbon block water filters?
Tap water in the US is heavily contaminated with chemicals. Old pipes in old buildings can also be a source of sediment and particle contamination (lead, copper, etc.). A filtration system targeting those chemicals can be very effective for your drinking water.
Carbon water filters target many kinds of contaminants. There are two main types of carbon filters: carbon granules (Britta table filter) and heat-treated (baked) carbon mono block filters (cartridges).
Carbon mono block filters are used for higher flow rates, compatible with the flow rate of a typical home faucet/sink. Mono block filters undergo a unique heat treatment process to prevent bleed through, unlike carbon granules that may release absorbed toxins back into the water.
2x carbon water filter CARTRIDGE GFP
Inline Water Filter
Most frequent questions and answers
Your tap water is toxic, containing many unwanted chemicals, heavy metals, and pharmaceutical residue.
Carbon filters remove substances such as: copper, lead, chlorine, chloroform, medication residue, pesticides, microorganisms, bacteria, fungus, DDT, lindane, atrazine, lime and rust particles, etc.
Yes. Our carbon water filters remove lead and copper from your tap water.
Find details here: Carbonit GFP Premium
The difference between reverse osmosis (RO) and carbon filtration is the demineralization of water. RO systems remove nearly everything from the water including beneficial minerals, leaving it with 0-3 ppm (parts per million). Carbon water filters focus on removing only the harmful contaminants while retaining balanced mineral content in the water.
In order to exchange a filter, you unscrew the housing of the cartridge from the base with a specially designed plastic wrench.
The new filter cartridge is exchanged and the housing screws back onto the base, either of your inline device or your counter-top model.
All CARBONIT filters have a life time of 6 months and/or 3,435 gallons.