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EVERPURE CLARIS ®





A HIGHER DEGREE OF PROTECTION FOR STEAM AND COMBI OVENS


When water in a steam or combi oven becomes steam, it leaves behind a rock-like coating of limescale buildup on heating elements, boiler surfaces, probes, fans, valves and tubing. This leads to big expenses for repair and maintenance.


Now there’s a quick, easy solution to mineral buildup that’s also extremely effective. The 5-stage Everpure Claris XXL Filtration System by Pentair®


was created by


filtration experts to optimize the performance of small- and medium- sized boiler and boilerless steam and combi ovens. It cuts down the downtime once spent on frequent acid cleanings, increasing an oven’s service life.


The Everpure Claris 5-stage protection system includes a unique resin media that removes minerals and lowers alkalinity. Water also passes through an integrated prefilter and a 5-micron filter membrane that traps chemicals and sediment. The Claris XXL does all this in a compact system that requires no electricity, no drain and no salt. An auto shutoff feature makes replacement as easy as a twist of the wrist.


Everpure Claris XXL was designed to take the heat of a high volume kitchen environment, while delivering improved productivity and decreased maintenance costs. As far as foodservice professionals are concerned, that’s a cool idea indeed.


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80 YEARS 1933-2013 EXCELLENCE URE ®


High-efficiency carbon block for chlorine taste & odor reduction


5-micron membrane for a final water polishing


Prefilter for coarse articles


Ion-selective resin media softens the water


Filtration for fine particle removal


Everpure Claris XXL by Pentair 5-stage water filtration


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