Berkey Shower Filter


  • BPA Free
  • Reduces free chlorine
  • Eliminates dirt and odors
  • Reduces damage to hair and skin
  • Effective for both cold and hot water (up to 120 degrees F or 50 degrees C)
  • Reduces chemical absorption and vapor inhalation
  • Comes with back flush attachment to prevent premature clogging
  • Also available with massage shower head already installed
  • Easy installation of replaceable cartridge with self sealing threads
  • “Full Flow” filter ensures even distribution of water throughout the media
SKU: 2252. Category: .

Product Description

Filter Life

Approximately 1 year or 20,000 gallons, whichever comes first.


Men and women have become aware of how important it is to remove chlorine not only from drinking water, but also from water we use on our bodies.  We absorb more chlorine through our lungs and skin under a hot shower than if we drank chlorinated water all day.

Knowing this, it is equally important, if not more, to filter shower water to preserve vibrant health.

The Berkey® Shower Filter removes chlorine and reduces the risk of exposure which causes symptoms including dry skin, brittle hair, and eye redness.  Filtering your shower water allows your skin and hair to become silky and soft.

Scientific studies have documented that taking long hot showers with highly reactive chlorine is a health risk, as it combines with fatty acids and carbon fragments to form a variety of toxic compounds.  Absorption and inhalation of chlorine in a shower environment presents higher risks for certain types of diseases. And, may also exacerbate pre-existing conditions like eczema and asthma.

How Berkey® Shower Filters Work

Berkey® Shower Filters  use a patented blend of high-purity calcium, copper and zinc to convert the free-chlorine into a harmless chloride, by reduction-oxidation.

Keeping it simple, electrons are transferred between molecules that create new elements. In this example, free-chlorine comes in contact with the filtration media and is changed into a benign water-soluble chloride.  The resulting reaction changes the free-chlorine into a larger chloride element which is too large to be absorbed by the skin.