Standard tap water contains all varieties of impurities, among them are calcium and magnesium. Unless you are using softened, filtered water (or a special filter cartridge such as Claris), your Super Automatic espresso machine's boiler is lined with scale. The heating element draws the minerals out of the water and bakes them onto itself, literally forming rock inside your machine. This creates for you all sorts of problems such as reduced water flow and shortened life of the unit. Save yourself time and money by stopping this disaster before it begins.
Great coffee begins with pure water. The advanced Claris filtration system prevents water impurities from entering sensitive areas of the machine, causing damage, and altering the taste of the coffee produced. A change filter message will be displayed when it is time to replace the cartridge (about every 6-10 weeks or 13 gallons). Regular replacement of the Claris filter ensures the removal of chlorine, lead, aluminum, and copper for a better tasting coffee. A special organic additive also removes almost all calcium carbonate, the villain behind scale build-up. When changed regularly, these filters will completely eliminate the need for decalcifying your machine (except in cases of extremely hard water).
This cartridge is used in the Jura-Capresso C1500, C1300, and EspressoPro machines, as well as the Krups XP7260, XP7225, and other XP7200-series fully automatic coffee centers, along with the Krups EA 8200 Series. It will also fit the Bosch Benvenuto B20 and B30. NOT TO BE USED WITH: Jura-Capresso C1000, C3000, or the Impressa E8, E9, F7, F8, F9, J5, F60, S7, S8, S9, Z5, or Z6, ENA3, ENA4, or ENA5.
|Name:||Jura Claris Red Water Filter Cartridge|