Royal Berkey Water Filter System Includes 2 Black Berkey Filters

  • 3.25 Gl.
  • 24 in. Height - 9.5 in. Diameter
  • 304 stainless steel
  • 2-6 People
Regular price $430.00
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Royal Berkey

  • Capacity:

    3.25 Gl.

  • Height:

    24 in.

  • Diameter:

    9.5 in.

  • Weight:

    8 b.

  • Material:

    304 stainless steel

  • Max Flow Rate:

    2 filters up to 3.5 gallon per hour filled 4 filters up to 7 gallon per hour filled

  • Weight - Filled:

    35. lb

  • Spigot Material:

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

  • Storage Dimensions:

    9.5 x 9.5 x 16 in.

2 Black Berkey Purification Elements

  • Capacity:

    Purification of 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

Customer Reviews

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Why are my Black Berkey® Purification Elements letting water through so fast?

It can be normal for the Black Berkey® Purification Elements to have a fast flow rate.  Anything from a trickle to even a steady stream of water is normal.

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.

Why is my spigot leaking?

See if the leak is coming from the spout (where water is supposed to come out of), or from where the spigot meets the bottom chamber.

If the leak is coming from the spout, tighten the round pedestal underneath the lever clockwise.

If the leak is at the bottom chamber, ensure that the washers are set up properly.  If so, tighten the spigot nut.  If none of these solutions work Contact Customer Service to replace the spigot.

My lower chamber is full, but when I open the spigot no water comes out of it. Why?

This could be caused by an airlock issue between the top and bottom chambers.  If there’s not enough airflow between the two chambers, water will not be able to flow out of the spigot.  There’s a temporary fix and a more permanent fix for this.

Temporary Fix: Place something thin (i.e. a drinking straw) between the top and bottom chambers.  This will create enough of a gap for air to flow through the system properly.

Permanent Fix: Remove the top chamber from the bottom and set it aside.  Dump out any water from the bottom chamber and set it aside. Remove spigot from bottom chamber.  Turn the bottom chamber on its side and roll it against a hard surface while applying gentle pressure from the top.  This will gently re-shape the metal and create a natural gap between the top and bottom chambers.