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  • The Challenge
    Excess particulates can shorten the service life of expensive parts of beverage machines. High particulate matter and excess chlorine and chloramines residual can affect the look and taste of beverages.
  • The Solution
    Sanitary Quick Change designed systems from 3M™ Water Filtration Products reduce particulates, chlorine taste and odor, and chloramines (chloramine reduction on select models).

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    Filter out the doubt.

    Your beverages and ice might only be as good as the water they’re made with, and without the right filtration, your drinks could have an off taste and odour—impacting customer experiences. With the 3M™ High Flow CLX Series, you can rely on the industry’s highest chloramines and chlorine taste and odour reduction* in one compact and easy-to-use system. Help maintain your water quality and reputation with the solutions that helps ensure the consistency of your beverages.

    *Based on a triple manifold system with HF98-CLX at 283.906 litres per cartridge.

Explore 3M™ Water Filtration Products for Cold Beverage Machines

We offer a wide array of cold beverage machine water filter products to help meet your business needs. See the table below to view our most common cold beverage machine water filter products.

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  • Spec sheets and literature
Cold Beverage Machine Water Filtration Systems and Replacements
  • ¹Based on the use of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts. Tested and verified by the manufacturer’s laboratory.
    ²As tested with E. Coli ATCC (11229). Tested and verified by manufacturer’s laboratory.
    ³Based on the use of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts. Certified to NSF Standard 53 for Cyst reduction.

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View our cold beverage application portfolio brochure

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