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New 2024 Pentair Shurflo Beverage Catalog!

Since 1968, Pentair® has manufactured high-quality and innovative Shurflo®
branded pumps and components for the recreational vehicle, marine, foodservice,
general industrial and beverage markets. Explore our Shurflo Beverage Products Catalog, where Pentair offers an extensive selection of pumps and components.

For more information including pricing, please call us at 813-626-9600 or email us at

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Everpure RO Systems Product Announcement April 2023

April 3, 2023

Dear Valued Everpure Customer,

In an effort to streamline and simplify our RO Systems product offering, we are announcing today the discontinuation of the reverse osmosis system products listed in the table below, effective September 29, 2023We will continue to support replacement cartridge and service parts. Also included in the table are replacement model alternatives for all affected products. Most of the replacement models include our new EZ-RO Systems which are Easy, Expandable and Efficient.

If you have any additional questions related to this announcement, please contact your Filter Pure Pentair Everpure Sales Representative at 813-626-9600. We appreciate your business and commitment to Pentair products.

Part Number to be DiscontinuedDescriptionReplacement Part NumberDescription
164-14366BWS350/16EV997573EZ-RO 375/16ATM-BL
164-14375BWS350/50EV997575EZ-RO 375/50ATM-BL
164-14416OP350/16EV997567EZ-RO 375/16ATM
164-14450OP350/50EV997569EZ-RO 375/50ATM
164-01602BWS175/2EV997559EZ-RO 200/2G-BL
164-01605BWS175/5EV997560EZ-RO 200/5G-BL
164-01610BWS175/10EV997561EZ-RO 200/10G-BL
164-01616BWS175/16EV997562EZ-RO 200/16G-BL
164-01302OPS175/2EV997551EZ-RO 200/2G
164-01305OPS175/5EV997552EZ-RO 200/5G
164-01310OPS175/10EV997553EZ-RO 200/10G
164-01316OPS175/16EV997554EZ-RO 200/16G
164-14367BWS350/16 230/50-60EV997375EZ-RO 375/16ATM-BL AR
164-00216OP175/16EV997567EZ-RO 375/16ATM
164-00225OP175/50EV997569EZ-RO 375/50ATM
164-00102BWS100/2EV997559EZ-RO 200/2G-BL
164-00105BWS100/5EV997560EZ-RO 200/5G-BL
164-00110BWS100/10EV997561EZ-RO 200/10G-BL
164-00116BWS100/16EV997562EZ-RO 200/16G-BL

Questions about your system…call or email us at or 813-626-9600.

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Everpure 2023 Price List Now Available!

Dear Valued Pentair Foodservice Partner, 

We are happy to announce and share the release of the 2023 Pentair Everpure & Shurflo Price List. Prices reflect the January 1, 2023 adjustment. 

Historically, we’ve provided a full catalog that features our Pentair-branded portfolio of products with pricing. However, to promote more timely delivery and better serve you and your business efforts, we will now offer a yearly, stand-alone price list.

We are also excited to announce that we will split up our full catalog into multiple application catalogs for a more streamlined, focused approach. Look for those updates in the coming months.

 WHY THE CHANGES?◆  Earlier access to pricing
◆  Streamline information
◆  Product-portfolio catalogs organized by application
◆  Eliminates yearly printing creating longer shelf life
If you have any questions, please call Filter pure Systems at 813-6262-9600. Thank you for your continued support of Pentair brands and products. 


Pentair Foodservice
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Pentair Surcharge Announcement; Effective October 31, 2022, we are eliminating the 7% Energy Surcharge and will be converting this into a 7% list price increase.

Dear Valued Pentair Foodservice Partner,

In April, we announced a 7% freight/energy/transportation surcharge in response to escalating inflationary pressures. It was always our plan and hope that these increases would be temporary and revert to “normal” price levels in a short time. However, we have not seen these decreases materialize for our costs, nor do we see any relief to this higher cost position in the foreseeable future. 

Effective October 31, 2022, we are eliminating the 7% Energy Surcharge and will be converting this into a 7% list price increase. The net effect of this change will be zero to what you have paid since the implementation of the surcharge. We understand that the surcharge was difficult to manage, and we hope that the transition to price will be easier to manage moving forward for all parties. 

Please note that a small number of low-volume SKUs will be seeing an additional increase in price. Additional communication will go out to customers purchasing those items. 

You are an important part of our promise to make the most of life’s essential resources. Thank you for your continued support of Pentair brands and products amid these turbulent economic times. Your business remains vitally important to us!


Derek M. Rowley
Global Sales Director
Commercial Water Solutions

Please call us directly with any specific questions at 800-942-7873 or email us at

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What about your water and water filtration system after Hurricane Ian?

Provided the water in your area does not fall under a “Do not use”, boil water alert, your filter system and filters unless damaged by the storm should be fine. If your area does fall under a boil water alert you should change all filters and membranes installing new, unused filters or membrane cartridges after you have completely sanitized your system. Boil water alerts are often issued by water municipalities when damage occurs to water lines.  These alerts can also be issued if there is a loss in water pressure, allowing bacteria to backwash into the water pipes. Minerals and viruses like E.coli, cryptosporidium, and giardia, are all things that may get into water when a pipe breaks or during a natural disaster, like flooding. Below is Everpure’s Technical Service Bulletin regarding water quality emergencies and the procedures to place your system back into operation after a boil water alert.
Everpure Technical Service Bulletin
File No: 011414
Subject: Responding to Water Quality Emergencies
Natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods and hurricanes cause contamination of municipal water systems over a large area. Industrial and other chemical leaks can also cause contamination of water supplies. If a water quality emergency occurs in your location, follow your local municipality’s instructions for addressing the emergency. If a boil order is issued, follow that boil order advisory until you have been notified by local authorities that your water is potable and safe to use.
Following is our recommended procedure for cleaning and start-up of Pentair water treatment systems using Pentair filters and RO membranes for commercial foodservice applications.
Obey them, period!
Contamination due to breaks in the mains, general flooding, or damage to the municipal waterworks itself should not be confused with situations in which contamination by protozoan cysts (e.g. Cryptosporidium, Giardia) is discovered in a water supply. Everpure submicron filters and RO membranes are NSF-Certified for removing such cysts, but not for killing or removing dangerous bacteria and viruses, which must be assumed to be present during the aftermath of a disaster, chemical spill or other water emergency.
When a Boil Water Advisory is announced and it is clear that there has been gross contamination, operators should stop using their filtration or RO system and boil their water as advised by their local authorities, until:

  1. The “all clear” is given by local water authorities
  2. Plumbing systems in your facility have been disinfected
  3. Your Pentair system has been cleaned and any old or contaminated filter or RO cartridges have been replaced with new ones
    When safe water is available again, all water-using equipment should be sanitized with an approved disinfectant such as diluted chlorine bleach (5.25% sodium hypochlorite). The recommended dosage is 100-200 mg/L chlorine, which is easy to make. Fresh bleach has about 50 mg of chlorine in each mL, or about 500 mg in a capful. Four capfuls or an ounce in a 2-1/2 gal. bucket of water makes about 200 mg/L. Add a few drops of cleaning concentrate (e.g. dish detergent) to this solution and use it to clean external surfaces. Unexposed, interior plumbing surfaces can be sanitized in place using a Pentair Everpure JT Sanitizing/Flushing Cartridge. (Contact your local distributor or sales agent to acquire the JT can). This is an empty housing which can be filled with any cleaning or sanitizing solution and then be inserted into Everpure-branded filter heads. When the flow of water resumes, the disinfectant will be fed into the lines. When a strong chlorine smell is evident at the closest outlet, the flow should be stopped and the sanitizing solution left to soak for at least 30 minutes. When sanitization is complete, remove the flushing cartridge and install new, unused filters or membrane cartridges. Rinse the equipment by flushing water through the system as directed in your system’s Installation and Operation manual. Return your filtration or RO system to service.
    Follow the replacement cartridge change-out schedule per your system’s specifications. We suggest that you continue to monitor and follow your local water authority’s post-emergency recommendations. Please note that water problems caused by natural disasters often include high turbidity, even muddy, conditions. As a result, filter cartridges may clog faster and need replacing sooner than usual.
    If you have any questions regarding these instructions or require additional assistance please call us at 1-800-942-7873 or email us at
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August is National Water Quality Month!

The history of National Water Quality Month originally dates back to two US congressional acts that were passed in the early 1970s in an effort to protect our water sources. The Clean Water Act was passed in 1972 and the federal government began taking steps to curb water pollution by making it illegal to dump high amounts of toxic materials into bodies of water. This set the standard for making sure that surface water was up to certain standards before being used for human consumption and recreation. In 1974, the Safe Drinking Water Act was passed to further protect the quality of groundwater and public water systems. National Water Quality Month was founded in 2005 by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and backed by the United Nations in an effort to promote civic discourse about how to conserve our natural water sources by starting conversations on what we can do in our own households and communities to ensure that we all have access to safe, clean drinking water for generations to come. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), Clean Water Act (CWA), and the water utility companies themselves are all play a part in making sure that the water that comes from our taps are always safe for use.

Even though water makes up over 70% of Earth’s surface area, the total amount of freshwater found on Earth only makes up around 3% of the water supply, 1% of which is easily accessible. This 1% accounts for all of our lakes, rivers, groundwater, aquifers, and streams. With this in mind, one can imagine that sustaining the needs of over 7 billion people on earth is no easy task. National Water quality month reminds us to take a moment to consider how important these water sources are not just to humans, but also to the other inhabitants of these ecosystems. The fish that live in the waters, the plants and animals that rely on lakes and rivers for water just like we do. By thinking about the little things that you do on a daily basis that could have a negative effect on water quality, you’ll be one step closer to making a difference. There are easily thousands of factors that can have a negative impact on the quality of your local water sources ranging from industrial pollutants like metal particulate, oils, and other chemicals to the pesticides we use in our own backyards. Just by focusing on what we do at home can have a direct impact. Not using antibacterial soaps or cleaning products. Regular soap and water will do the trick. Much of the antibacterial soaps contain a registered pesticide that is known to harm marine life. Not flushing unwanted or out-of-date medications down the toilet or drain and how about just not buying any more bottled water. It takes more than 17 million barrels of oil annually to make all the plastic bottles that meet America’s demand for bottled water. That’s enough oil to fuel 1.3 million cars for a year, not including the oil used for transportation of those water bottles. After decades-long streak of strong growth, bottled water surpassed carbonated soft drinks to become the largest beverage category by volume in the United States in 2016, according to research and consulting firm Beverage Marketing Corp. Annual consumption of plastic bottles now tops half a trillion, far outstripping recycling efforts and jeopardizing oceans, coastlines and other environments. A million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute creating an environmental crisis some campaigners predict will be as serious as climate change. Currently the average American uses more than 167 disposable water bottles annually. Altogether, Americans’ use over 50 billion plastic water bottles a year. The recommended eight glasses of water a day, at U.S. tap rates equals about $.49 a day. That same amount of bottled water is about $1,400 a year, but keep in mind that people prefer bottled water because it taste great! So, how does one cut out all the plastic bottles from their life but still get great tasting water straight from their tap? By purchasing a high performance drinking water system, that goes under your kitchen sink from Everpure! The same commercial quality that makes Pentair® Everpure the overwhelming choice for water filtration in restaurants is also available for your home. Pentair Everpure exclusive precoat filtration technology combines Micro-Pure® and a unique pleated filter membrane. This highly engineered design offers the largest filtering surface area, longer filter life, and consistent performance. For example the number one selling H-300 Everpure Residential system with a capacity of 300 gallons is equal to 2,272 bottled waters.

Features of the Everpure H-300 Drinking Water System include:

• Part Number: EV927076
• .5 micron
• Overall Dimensions: 22” H x 5” Diameter
• Rated Capacity: 300 gallons (1,135 Litres)
• Built in water shut off allows for easier cartridge changes
• Exclusive Micro-Pure filtering material coats the pleated surface inside the cartridge
• Retains vital minerals found naturally in water to ensure the health and delicious clean, crisp taste of your water
• Chlorine, taste & odor, sediment, lead and cyst reduction
• VOCs, volatile organic chemicals including THMs
• Removes dirt and cloudiness including particles as small .5 micron by mechanical means
• Removes particulates including oxidized iron, manganese and sulfides
• Adsorbs common earthy, moldy, fish tastes, and odors
• Enhanced KDF media to inhibit scale build-up that can damage equipment
• Commercial grade filtration, Everpure signature metal canister protects the filter from splitting or bursting
• NSF Certified under NSF/ANSI Standards 42 chemical reduction and 53 certified to reduce cysts such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia by mechanical means
• Uses replacement H-300 replacement water filter cartridge (EV927072)

Not sure that the H-300 is right for you, download the current Everpure Residential Catalog! Questions? Call us at 800-942-7873 or email us at