Description:Aquacera Traveler XL gravity water filter with 2 CeraMetix Filters (For Fluoride Reduction)
The Aquacera Traveler XL gravity water filter is designed for use as both a daily countertop filter system or emergency and preparedness applications. The Traveler XL uses gravity to filter water in the upper chamber through the filter element(s) into the lower chamber where the filtered water is collected — manufactured from 304-grade polished stainless steel which offers a durable, lightweight, and portable means of filtering drinking water anywhere in the world.
The Traveler™XL holds 1 or 2 filter elements. Ideal for use on municipal or natural water sources. Ideal for camping, emergency relief, and everyday use. Saves money over expensive bottled water and pitcher filters that do not last. Portable, lightweight, durable and high capacity filter. Easy to use, simple to maintain. Ceramic filters can be cleaned up to 100 times. Pour untreated water in the top and get clean, filtered water from the tap. No power required.
Total capacity 3 US Gallons (1.5 upper & 1.5 lower chamber) 12 liters.
CeraMetix Candles Specs:
CeraMetix® GF filter elements utilize our class-leading ceramic microporous outer shell combined with our AquaMetix® granular core technology.
AquaMetix® is made from the highest quality NSF component certified (ANSI 61) coconut shell based activated carbon and other superior adsorbent materials including B2 (ANSI 61).
The ceramic shell and our AquaMetix® granular combines mechanical filtration and physical absorption processes to reduce a wide variety of drinking water contaminants of both aesthetic and health concerned.
The pore structure of the ceramic enables sufficient contact time for AquaMetix® to be ideally suited to improving taste and odor as well as reducing chlorine, chloramine, volatile organic compounds, MTBE, lead, mercury, asbestos, arsenic, and fluoride.
The cleanable ceramic shell is designed to remove suspended solids, pathogenic bacteria, and cysts. The CeraMetix® elements have been tested by NSF protocols for cyst, turbidity, particulates, lead, chloramines and chlorine reduction.
- Sediment—100% absolute to 0.5 microns (IBR Laboratories)
- Fluoride— >85%
- VOC—Volatile Organic Compounds—>98%
- Metals—Aluminum, Iron, Mercury, Nickel & Zinc—>98%
- Pharmaceutical Compounds—Acetaminophen, Progesterone,
- Ibuprofen, Naproxen Sodium—>95%
The CeraMetix GF filter is manufactured to remove suspended solids, organic chemicals and improve taste and odor. The ceramic shell is manufactured to balance flow rate and consistent pore size to provide maximum filtration efficiency.
The center of the filter contains our AquaMetix granular media to reduce organic chemicals, fluoride, VOCs, heavy metals and improve the color, taste, and odor of drinking water. This filter element is designed for gravity filter use and other low-pressure applications. These filters are designed for use in AquaCera® Gravity Filter Systems; they will also fit other makes of gravity systems.
Manufactured in the USA
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How many gallons in between filter changes.
With 2 filters in it, it will filter around 1,800 gallons.
Is this the latest model or is the brushed stainless without the label the latest model?
These are the latest model.
Does this Travel XL unit come with the 5" or 7" CeraMetix filters? The picture shows it with a stainless steel spout, is that what comes with this unit?
It comes with 2 7" filters and yes the stainless steel spigot comes with it
Please give me the exact dimensions of the traveler filter. Thank you. Also can you give me approved specs on everything that is removed from the water. Not what you claim so much as what has been proven. Thanks again.
Dimensions: Assembled - 16" High x 8.25" Wide Collapsed - 11.5" High x 8.25" Wide
Here is the test results for the CeraMetix Filters.
CeraMetix Test Results
Liked how easy it was to wash and assemble and looks very nice. I had an issue with it filtering the chlorine out which is much better now after about two weeks but it seems I can still detect maybe a hint. The city water it is filtering smells very strong with chlorine to begin with. As far as the filtering time I don't think it is bad, I have no problem with that. I would love to see how it tests as I have candida and I do not want to be drinking chlorine water. We are using the water from it for drinking, coffee and cooking. I got the Traveler and maybe could have gone up to the next size for two of us as I drink a lot of water, but if I see that it is getting low I just filter some more.
Not much more to say than it takes a REALLY long time to filter; a few hours to filter all the way. Other than that, the water tastes great.