Removes impurities for better tasting coffee: Traps odors and chemicals like chlorine, fluoride, and chloramine residues while preserving the dissolved mineral salts and calcium that are needed to extract coffee solubles for the best possible flavor
Easy to install and use: Simply rinse the new cartridge, place it in the filter holder and snap shut, and return the holder to its spot in the water reservoir; For best results replace every 30 days or 30 brewing cycles
Universal design compatible with most brands: Replacement cartridges feature the premium quality you expect from Koolatron products and fit drip coffee makers from Kenmore, Cuisinart, Delonghi, Keurig, Braun, Kitchenaid, and more
Ultra fine grain charcoal for max effectiveness: Combination of extra fine organic charcoal granules and micromesh material maximizes water filtration and ensures the charcoal medium and trapped impurities stay inside the filter where they belong
Extend the life of your coffee maker: Dissolved elements in your tap water can corrode your coffeemaker’s internal plastic and metal components; removing these residues with a charcoal filter will help extend the lifespan of your coffee machine
Charcoal filters remove impurities for great-tasting coffee every morning
The quality of the water you put in your coffee machine directly impacts the quality of your morning brew. Koolatron’s premium charcoal water filters feature ultra fine grain organic charcoal in a micromesh pouch for maximum filtration. Universal design is compatible with drip coffee makers from Kenmore, Cuisinart, Delonghi, Keurig, Braun, Kitchenaid, and more, and the 12-pack of replacement cartridges lasts up to 1 year.
Enjoy better tasting coffee and extend the life of your coffee maker
Municipal tap water is treated with chlorine to kill harmful bacteria, viruses, and parasites for your safety, creating byproducts and residues that remain in your water. Without a filtration system, chemicals, odors, and unpleasant flavors end up in your coffee. On the other hand, using distilled or very soft water will result in a dull, flat-tasting brew. A charcoal filter in the water reservoir solves this problem by trapping contaminants without affecting the dissolved mineral salts and calcium that are crucial to extracting coffee solubles for fresh, bright-tasting coffee. For best results, replace your filter cartridge every 30 days or 30 brewing cycles and descale your coffee maker using white vinegar or a commercial descaling solution every 2-6 months.