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A water filter for your coffee maker may be a good idea, both privately and business-wise. The reason is that you might experience a high amount of limestone in our underground water, which is why our coffee makers endure a lot, just as the coffee may often taste of limestone. With a water filter for your coffee maker, you will get rid of limestone, bad taste and odor.

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  1. Brita Purity C50 - Coffe - 960 liter
    • Bypass: Determined by head
    • Capacity: 960 litres
    • Filtration Rate (micron):
    • Technology: Scale Inhibition
    • Reduction Claims: Taste & Odour, Chlorine, Organics, Scale
    • Max. Pressure: 8.6 bar
    • Max. Temperature: 40 °C


    PURITY C Quell ST filter cartridges are specially developed for the gastro- and sales sectors, the filters reduce the carbonate hardness of drinking water and therefore reduce the risk of limescale deposits in the equipment.

    In addition, the filter medium retains metal ions such as lead or copper and also reduces substances that can have a negative effect on taste and aroma (such as chlorine residues).

    The capacity is calculated based on 0 % bypass and a hardness of 10 °dH

    Avability:In stock
    €69.65
  2. Brita Purity C150 - Coffe - 2408 liter
    • Bypass: Determined by head
    • Capacity: 2408 litres
    • Filtration Rate (micron):
    • Reduction Claims: Taste & Odour, Chlorine, Organics, Scale
    • Max. Pressure: 8.6 bar
    • Max. Temperature: 30 °C


    PURITY C Quell ST filter cartridges are specially developed for the gastro- and sales sectors, the filters reduce the carbonate hardness of drinking water and therefore reduce the risk of limescale deposits in the equipment.

    In addition, the filter medium retains metal ions such as lead or copper and also reduces substances that can have a negative effect on taste and aroma (such as chlorine residues).

    The capacity is calculated based on 0 % bypass and a hardness of 10 °dH

    Avability:In stock
    €105.54
  3. Brita Purity C300 - Coffe - 4000 liter
    • Bypass: Determined by head
    • Capacity: 4000 litres
    • Technology: Scale Inhibition
    • Reduction Claims: Scale
    • Max. Pressure: 8.6 bar
    • Max. Temperature: 30 °C


    PURITY C Quell ST filter cartridges are specially developed for the gastro- and sales sectors, the cartridges
    reduce the carbonate hardness of drinking water and therefore reduce the risk of limescale deposits in the equipment.

    In addition, the filter medium retains metal ions such as lead or copper and also reduces substances that can have a negative effect on taste and aroma (such as chlorine residues).

    The capacity is calculated based on 0 % bypass and a hardness of 10 °dH

    Avability:In stock
    €157.94
  4. Brita Purity C500 - Coffe - 6800 liter
    • Bypass: Determined by head
    • Capacity: 6800 litres
    • Filtration Rate (micron):
    • Technology: Scale Inhibition
    • Reduction Claims: Taste & Odour, Chlorine, Organics, Scale
    • Max. Pressure: 8.6 bar
    • Max. Temperature: 40 °C


    PURITY C Quell ST filter cartridges are specially developed for the gastro- and sales sectors, the filters reduce the carbonate hardness of drinking water and therefore reduce the risk of limescale deposits in the equipment.

    In addition, the filter medium retains metal ions such as lead or copper and also reduces substances that can have a negative effect on taste and aroma (such as chlorine residues).

    The capacity is calculated based on 0 % bypass and a hardness of 10 °dH

    Avability:In stock
    €243.46
  5. Brita Purity C1100 - Coffe - 11500 liter
    • Bypass: Determined by head
    • Capacity: 11500 litres
    • Filtration Rate (micron):
    • Technology: Scale Inhibition
    • Reduction Claims: Scale
    • Max. Pressure: 8.6 bar
    • Max. Temperature: 30 °C

    PURITY C Quell ST filter cartridges are specially developed for the gastro- and sales sectors, the cartridges
    reduce the carbonate hardness of drinking water and therefore reduce the risk of limescale deposits in the equipment. In addition, the filter medium retains metal ions such as lead or copper and also reduces substances that can have a negative effect on taste and aroma (such as chlorine residues).

    Avability:In stock
    €340.65
  6. Brita Purity Quell ST 450 - display - drinking water
    • Connection: In: 1" - Out: 3/4"
    • Capacity: 4217 litres
    • Bypass: 0-70% (adjustable)
    • Flow (l/min): 5.8
    • Technology: Ion Exchange
    • Reduction Claims: Taste & Odour, Chlorine, Organics, Sediment, Scale, Colour
    • Max. Pressure: 6.9 bar
    • Max. Temperature: 30 °C


    Constant high performance in gastronomy is expected from high-quality machines. To ensure this performance is achieved at all times, it is advisable to work with optimised water.

    The consistent water quality over the life of the filter and the reliable removal of unwanted taste and aroma elements ensures the best quality and optimum aroma development for your drinks, as well as high machine protection.

    Avability:In stock
    €698.54
  7. Brita Purity Quell ST 450 Refill - for drinking water
    • Bypass: Determined by head
    • Capacity: 4217 litres
    • Filtration Rate (micron):
    • Technology: Ion Exchange
    • Reduction Claims: Taste & Odour, Chlorine, Organics, Sediment, Scale, Colour
    • Max. Pressure: 6.9 bar
    • Max. Temperature: 30 °C


    Replacement cartridge for Brita Purity 450 Quell ST water filter. 

    Removal of unwanted taste and aroma elements in the complete filtrate (including in the bypass water)

    You can adapt the bypass settings to your local conditions.

    Reduces calcium scales significantly. 

    The cartridge is easy to replace, just follow the directions of the video.

    To ensure high perferformance at all times, it is advised to work optimised water.

    Avability:In stock
    €131.70
  8. Brita Purity Quell ST 600 - display - drinking water
    • Connection: In: 1" - Out: 3/4"
    • Capacity: 7207 litres
    • Bypass: 0-70% (adjustable)
    • Flow (l/min): 5.8
    • Technology: Ion Exchange
    • Reduction Claims: Taste & Odour, Chlorine, Organics, Sediment, Scale, Colour
    • Max. Pressure: 6.9 bar
    • Max. Temperature: 30 °C


    Constant high performance in gastronomy is expected from high-quality machines. To ensure this performance is achieved at all times, it is advisable to work with optimised water.

    The consistent water quality over the life of the filter and the reliable removal of unwanted taste and aroma elements ensures the best quality and optimum aroma development for your drinks, as well as high machine protection.

    Avability:In stock
    €914.46
  9. Brita Purity Quell ST 600 Refill - for drinking water
    • Bypass: Determined by head
    • Capacity: 7207 litres
    • Filtration Rate (micron):
    • Technology: Ion Exchange
    • Reduction Claims: Taste & Odour, Chlorine, Organics, Sediment, Scale, Colour
    • Max. Pressure: 6.9 bar
    • Max. Temperature: 30 °C


    Replacement cartridge for Brita Purity 450 Quell ST water filter. 

    Removal of unwanted taste and aroma elements in the complete filtrate (including in the bypass water)

    You can adapt the bypass settings to your local conditions.

    Reduces calcium scales significantly. 

    The cartridge is easy to replace, just follow the directions of the video.

    To ensure high perferformance at all times, it is advised to work optimised water.

    Avability:In stock
    €175.20
  10. Brita Purity Quell ST 1200 - display - drinking water
    • Connection: In: 1" - Out: 3/4"
    • Capacity: 13187 litres
    • Bypass: 0-70% (adjustable)
    • Flow (l/min): 5.8
    • Technology: Ion Exchange
    • Reduction Claims: Taste & Odour, Chlorine, Organics, Sediment, Scale, Colour
    • Max. Pressure: 6.9 bar
    • Max. Temperature: 30 °C


    Constant high performance in gastronomy is expected from high-quality machines. To ensure this performance is achieved at all times, it is advisable to work with optimised water.

    The consistent water quality over the life of the filter and the reliable removal of unwanted taste and aroma elements ensures the best quality and optimum aroma development for your drinks, as well as high machine protection.

    Avability:In stock
    €1,165.31
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Which significance does a water filter have for your coffee machine?

When a filter is connected to your coffee machine, it means that an extra joint is installed between the water and machine. That way, the filter ensures that the limestone, bacteria, bad odors and tastes are retained. Detaining the limestone means that the machine is not calcified, which has three impacts: the machine has a longer service life (limestone is rough on materials); your coffee gets hotter because no limestone is cluttering on the kettles of the coffee maker, and your coffee will get an improved and nicer taste as the water is free of limestone.

Filters for private and business purposes

The filters have different needs, depending on which coffee maker you need. For business purposes, the coffee maker will often require nozzles, which requires a filter, utilizing the ion exchanges and a certain capacity regarding the water consumption. For private households, less is okay as the coffee maker rarely has a nozzle, just as your water consumption is much less than at a cafe or restaurant. For private consumption, the filter is utilizing its casing, which means that the limestone will be cluttered and retained. This is a simpler technology than the ion exchange but correlates well with the needs of the private consumption.

Do you need a filter?

If you are having doubts whether or not to use a filter, which retains limestone and bacteria, you only need to know that the hardness of the water should be between 4 and 8 dH. Nevertheless, many places in e.g Denmark, the hardness is metered much higher. In Frederiksberg, up to 30 dH has been metered. The thing is that the water in Denmark is generally too hard, which is why we ingest more limestone than we should. In reality, the answer is simple: everybody should have a filter, which retains limestone, not only for your own sake, but for the sake of the coffee makers you have in your private household.