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Berkey Shower Head Filter

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The new Easy to Install Berkey Shower Filter is now rated for 25,000 gallons or one year whichever comes first.

  • Reduces Free Chlorine By 95%
  • Eliminates Dirts and Odors
  • Reduces Damage to Hair and Skin
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Berkey Shower Head Filter



The Berkey shower filter is easy to install and is great for those who want the benefits of showering in filtered water. Simply screw this in between the shower pipe coming from your wall and your exising shower head, and you're good to go! We also sell this shower filter with a massage head.

In the shower environment, chlorine can either be in liquid or gas state. At higher water temperatures in the enclosed shower stall, free-chlorine moves from the liquid to the gas state, where it vaporizes and subsequently is inhaled. The United States regulates all showerhead flow at 2.5 gallons per minute. Thus, the science behind shower filtration must take into account the unique situation in the shower, including temperature, flow rate and volume.

Documented scientific studies conclude that taking long hot showers is a potential health risk. In the enclosed shower stall, chlorine vaporizes where it is inhaled. To a lesser degree, dermal absorption also occurs. Medical studies suggest a link between absorption and inhalation of chlorine in the shower environment with elevated risks for diseases and serious illness. Showering in chlorinated water may also cause pre-existing conditions such as asthma and eczema, to become exacerbated.

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More About The Berkey Shower Filter

Using a patented blend of high purity calcium, copper, and zinc, our Shower Filter works on a similar principle to a Catalytic Converter in an automobile. In shower filtration free-chlorine is converted into a harmless chloride. The scientific name for this chemical reaction is known as "Reduction-Oxidation", commonly referred to as Redox. Redox reactions can be chemically complex. Simply stated, during a Redox reaction electrons are transferred between molecules, creating new elements. For instance, when free-chlorine comes in contact with the filtration media, it is changed into a benign, water-soluble chloride. This reaction changes free-chlorine to a larger chloride element, too large to evaporate or be absorbed by the skin. It is then carried harmlessly through the water supply.

In addition to the benefits of filtering water, there are cosmetic benefits. Symptoms of chlorine exposure are dry and/or flaking skin, dry brittle hair and red irritated eyes. Filtering your shower water reduces these symptoms!

The media used in the berkey shower filter are high-purity copper-zinc formulations used in treatment applications to reduce heavy metals, hydrogen sulfide, microorganisms, and scale. Water filtered through redox media controls microorganism growth. High-purity copper-zinc redox media consistently removes 95% of free chlorine by electrochemically reducing dissolved chlorine gas to water-soluble chloride ions.

  • Effective for both hot and cold water.
  • Reduces chlorine
  • Reduces chemical absorption and vapor inhalation
  • Reduces damage to hair and skin
  • Eliminates Dirts and odors
  • Back Flush Attachment to prevent premature clogging
  • Also available with massage shower head already installed

Berkey Warranty

The manufacturer warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 6 months from date of purchase. The manufacturer will replace or repair any product that it deems is not properly functioning during the stated warranty period.

BigBerkeyWaterFilters is always at your service to assist you with any warranty claims, send you replacement hardware free of charge if needed, or provide system maintenance support during the life of ownership.

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Product Questions

Does the shower filter reduce water pressure?
Does the shower head remove arsenic or is there a filter we can add for this? Thanks!
I need to replace my shower filters and see in the photos that one has a silver band around the middle and another picture has a blue band. What is the difference? Im not sure what to order for replacement now.

Does this remove monochlorium?
About how often does the shower filter need to be replaced?
Hi , I bought a shower head filter , but it makes my shower head so low I can't get under it, can I install the filter I in reverse? Will it still work ? I want to install it before the goose neck , the alls I have to do is reverse the filter ., thanks , matt
We are moving into an rv soon. How would the shower head filter hook into the shower head with a tube attached-that hangs it up in the stall?
Does your shower filter get rid of fluoride? If not, do you plan on making one that will in the future?
Does the shower filter fit every shower pipe??
How big is the Berkey shower filter? How many inches long is it?
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Hi, is there a way to tell if the shower head filter needs replaced (besides the 25k gallon/1 yr calculation)? I'm unsure if we've reached the 25k gallon mark (2 adults use the shower with this filter) and have only had the filter on for about 9 months. However, over the last week or so, my skin (head to toe) has started to get really itchy after a shower. I didn't know if that was just something happening with me or if that could be a sign the filter needs replaced. Figured I'd ask you guys and see if that has been a sign to replace yours. I'd hate to replace a perfectly good filter.

Also, do you have a recycling program for filters (PF-2, black and shower filters) that have been replaced? I wasn't sure what to do with them once they're replaced.

Can I use the shower filter with soft water?
We have 3 shower heads in our master shower. Is it possible to install the filter in the attic at a point that will filter all water going into our shower? I understand you do not know the waterlines and layout of the house, but wondering if it is possible to not have the filter attached directly to each shower head. Also would like it to be hidden anyway if possible. Thanks!
Hello, black berkey filters remove monochloramines greater than 99.9% but how about the shower head filter?
I didn't find any info on ordering replacement filters for the Berkey Shower Head Filter... can you tell where to look and how much they cost?
Thank you...