Imperial Berkey Water Filter System

  • 4.5 Gallon
  • 27 in. Height - 10 in. Diameter
  • 304 stainless steel
  • 4-8 people
Regular price $451.00
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The Imperial Berkey Water Filter System provides safe and reliable potable drinking water from well water, rainwater, or tap water. By mechanically  reducing contaminants in your tap water and adding back beneficial minerals, your body can begin to heal itself. Designed with an advanced microfiltration system that gets up to 99% more contaminants than traditional reverse osmosis and other filters.

Designed to last a lifetime, Berkey Water System offers effective, affordable solutions for quality water at home or on the go. 

4.5 GALLON CAPACITY- The portable Imperial Berkey  System effortlessly mechanically filters  water for about 4-8 people each day. Add additional Black Berkey Elements (the Imperial Berkey System can hold a maximum of 6) to increase the flow rate. The system is just 26” tall and 10” in diameter.

Portable & Travel Friendly - Since it doesn't require any plumbing or electricity, easily take it along on your trips & outdoor activities.

Works During Power Outages - No access to fresh water? Simply use your Berkey to convert any water into drinking water.

Save Money - No need for cases & cases of expensive bottled water. With the sleek Berkey filter, you’ll have endless & convenient access to delicious, healthy water.

Great For Environment - Each time you drink from a Berkey Water Filter System, you’re saving plastic bottles from landfills.

Simply place it on a tabletop, fill it with any water, and enjoy clean FRESH water!


Imperial Berkey®

  • Capacity:

    4.5 Gallon

  • Height:

    27 in.

  • Diameter:

    10 in.

  • Weight:

    10 lb.

  • Material:

    304 stainless steel

  • Max Flow Rate:

    2 Elements up to 5.5 gallons per hour. 6 Elements, up to 16.5 gallons per hour.

  • Weight - Filled:

    47 lb.

  • Spigot Material:

    BPA-free high-impact FDA-grade black polypropylene plastic.

  • Storage Dimensions:

    19 x 10x10 in.

2 Black Berkey Purification Elements

  • Capacity:

    Filters 3000 gallons per unit

  • Height:

    9.25 in.

  • Diameter:

    2.25 in.

Included in the box

  • Upper and bottom chambers,
  • 2 black filters,
  • Spigot,
  • 2 wing nuts,
  • Primer ring

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How do I store my Black Berkey® Purification Elements?

If you are going to be leaving the system unattended for 3-4 days or less, remove the elements from the top chamber and drain out any water within them.  Once drained, place them in a sealable bag while the carbon is still damp and force out any air in the bag.  Store the elements in the front of your refrigerator to maintain freshness while not exposing them to the colder temperatures in the back of the fridge.  Store the purifiers this way for no more than two weeks.  Re-prime the elements before reinstalling them in your Berkey® System.

If you will be storing your elements for more than 3-4 days, remove the purifiers and thoroughly dry them.  You can do this by either placing them on a windowsill that’s exposed to sunlight for 1-2 days, or by drying them with the Black Berkey Primer™.  Once they are bone-dry, store the purifiers in a sealable bag at room temperature.  The elements will have an indefinite shelf-life as long as they are stored this way.  Re-prime the elements before reinstalling them in your Berkey® System.

How do I know when my Black Berkey® Purification Elements need to be replaced?

Black Berkey®Purification Elements can last up to 6,000 gallons per pair of elements. You can estimate your usage by calculating how many times you refill your system a week and multiplying that by how many gallons your system holds.

Why aren’t my Black Berkey® Purification Elements letting any water through?

It’s most-likely that the purifiers need to be cleaned or primed properly.  This can be done by scrubbing the elements with a Scotch-Brite pad (or something similar) under running water and then re-priming them.