Good day folks, Rod from My Water Filter here today, and I'd like to introduce to you the Ultra Ceram Ceramic Carbon Gravity Water Filter Candle. Now, this is a fantastic candle, possibly one of the greatest candles around in the sense that it's just got such good test results, and it's one of the few ways to remove fluoride from our water.
Proven, Tested and Long-lasting
Regarding fluoride removal, which is a big topic for people, it has a 97.5% test result. It's also good for chlorine and chloramine. A lot of our capital cities now are using chloramine in their water. Once again, not every cartridge will take chlorine and chloramine out, but just take a look at the test results for this cartridge, because it will, 99.9% do the job. It's good for pharmaceuticals and hormones and a lot of other contaminants, as well. It is a slow flow, gravity cartridge, so it will only flow at about a litre an hour.
This product lasts between about six to twelve months with a 2000 litres capacity, whichever comes first. If they do get a build-up of sediment on the outside, you can simply get a hundred grit sandpaper or a Scotch-Brite scouring pad, as long as it's new, and give it a good old scrub under a running kitchen tap. They're much better than the Royal Doultons, and other cartridges on the market, just going by the test results and what they're able to achieve and remove from your water nowadays. This product is even recommended for rainwater.
Compatible with Other Products
These cartridges will go into just about any gravity filter, so it doesn't matter on the brand. However, the situation is, they're about 127 millimetres in height, so as long as the height fits in the top tank of your gravity filter, you're good to go with these cartridges. With your gravity filter, so long as the hole in the top tank where you install your cartridge can fit 12.5 millimetres, you can put the cartridge straight through the top tank.
What You Should Remember
The washer goes on first, then you push it down through the top tank, and then the nut goes up from underneath, and just tightens up. You should not normally put a washer on the bottom, because you want the nut to screw up, nice and tight on the flat underside of the top tank. It does spin on the bottom of the tank, and you just tighten him up and lock him into place there like so, and it will be locked in there, and it won't let any water escape by.
All the water's going to penetrate through, granule-activated carbon of sorts on the inside and they work an absolute treat. So, take a look at these cartridges. Highly recommended, very credible company, KLT Industries in Great Britain that build it and My Water Filter is right behind these and use it in many water filters. So take a look at the information on the page, and give us a ring if we can help you in any way. Thank you very much.