Use of CLARIS filter cartridges guarantees you freshly filtered, delicious-tasting water for your tea and coffee at all times. It was developed to satisfy even the most stringent quality and service requirements and is now setting a new standard in the food service and vending industries. It is connected directly to your water supply.
The modular CLARIS water-filtering system consists of the filter cartridge, the filter head, the connection pipe and the flow sensor. The CLARIS water-filtering system is ideal for use in all two-grinder coffee machines from JURA (IMPRESSA X9 WIN, IMPRESSA X9 and IMPRESSA X7-S).
CLARIS water filter
This gives you important benefits:
- Reduced service costs thanks to protection against calcification
- Machines are more efficient and have a longer service life
- Machine failures and angry customers are a thing of the past
- Coffee with the perfect crema full of aroma and pleasant fragrance
- Optimised coffee consumption and reduced energy costs
- Perfectly suited to the JURA coffee machines
To ensure that the filter change instruction does not appear as usual after 50 litres, the programmable settings need to be changed the first time the CLARIS water filter is used. This can only be effected by authorised JURA service partners.
The VENDING application describes the preparation of hot water beverages without producing steam. The specified capacities are guidelines and may vary depending on the machine type. We would be more than happy to make a special recommendation for your machine type. Please note that the water filter has a lower litre capacity with steam production.
CLARIS filter head
The DuoBlend® bypass valve in the filter head can be used to precisely adjust the carbonate hardness of the filtered water and to adapt it to the application.
CLARIS connection hose
The connection pipe ensures that the CLARIS water-filtering system is connected to your water supply. One of the pipe ends features a longer thread for plastic connections. The pipe is 1.5 metres long.
CLARIS flow sensor
The CLARIS flow sensor was specially developed to monitor water-filtering systems. Once the output capacity of the corresponding filter has been input, the CLARIS flow sensor measures the amount of filtrate produced and shows the capacity still available. The filter cartridge is replaced when zero is reached.