Jupiter Ionizer Filter Biostone 0.01 Micron Filter
One of the finest water filters available at a mind boggling 0.01 microns!
A hollow-membrane, silver-impregnated granulated carbon, calcium and tourmaline filter. The 0.01M Biostone filter features hollow-membrane filtration as well as NSF certified activated carbon, natural mineral calcium and ceramic filtration certified by the Korean FDA. Filter housing sealing is achieved by using high motion heat friction thereby avoiding the need for any harmful chemicals.
The Finest Domestic Water Filter
Biostone .01 Micron hollow membrane / carbon filter - also called a hollow membrane filter – because there are hundreds of hollow membrane filter fibres for superior filtration performance. 0.01M is the same size filter that is used in kidney dialysis and is the finest domestic filter available.
The Biostone 0.01M will remove virtually all contaminants except for the essential alkalising minerals. For most applications the 0.1 Micron will be more than sufficient, but in some applications or for specific water quality concerns (such as well water) the 0.01 Micron provides an additional level of filtration. Please note: this filter will require more frequent replacement, Jupiter / Emco Tech recommend replacement every six months.
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 12 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.