> > IMPORTANT ! – Monolithic Water Filters

I received word that Monolithic is no longer selling the ceramic water filter system. And that is true.

Read more about the ceramic water filters I am talking about [click here]

But…no fear!!!!

I did some follow-up and the filters were actually made by a company in Texas. I spoke with the owner of that company this morning and received some fantastic information. The filters and systems are still available. And more products than I originally knew about.

They are almost sold out of the 4″x4″ filters but are holding back 30 units that can be purchased directly. And Wise Foods still have some in-stock. [click here]

If you are a church group, non-profit organization, or doing a group buy for preppers you can purchase them direct. Go to JustWater.me [click here] and speak with Ron directly through the contact links on the home page. I spoke with Ron and he was very encouraging and willing to help folks out to acquire the filters. He sounds like a solid Christian man, a Baptist that has been providing water filters to needed areas around the world for decades. Please let him know that AH Trimble sent you!

One thought…the normal filter that I use and recommend is the 4″x4″ but they are almost out of stock on that one. But, they make a 2″x10″ filter that does the exact same thing and works just as well. So don’t hesitate to buy and use that filter till the 4″x4″ filters are back in larger numbers.

They also make an add-on filter that removes radiation. And another filter that removes salt. Both add-on filters also work via gravity feed! You can learn more at the website JustWater.me [click here]

So there you go…BACK IN BUSINESS !

The actual name of the ceramic water filters is Just Water Ceramic Filter. Talk to Ron…he can get you back to a place of safety with your water situation.


7 thoughts on “> > IMPORTANT ! – Monolithic Water Filters

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  2. A H,

    Thanks again for the research. I’ve passed this post on to others.


    SITREP: Gallup last night, onto GRSP today, (when the sun warms things up, was 20 degrees and snow last night). Will hold there till temps in Idaho warm up.


    • In my opinion they are as good or better…and far less expensive!
      My research shows it removes 85 – 90% of all insecticides, herbicides, pesticides. It removes 96 – 99% of metals. It removes 99.999 – 100% of all the ugly virus and bacteria junk. It removes 98% of all particles greater than .2 microns. It even removes Anthrax! Berkey filters run about $120 per pair. Just Water filters can be bought for about $40 each. Substantial price difference! And the Just Water filters are to be installed in regular buckets…even plastic trash cans! You can install one filter or 10. The more filters the higher the flow rate.

      These filters remove:
      > 99% Arsenic 5 and 99% Arsenic 3 (special order)
      > 99% Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
      > 95% Chlorine and Chloramines
      > 99% Taste
      > 99% Odor
      > 98% Aluminum
      > 96% Iron
      > 98% Lead
      > 90% Pesticides
      > 85% Herbicides
      > 85% Insecticides
      > 90% Rodenticides
      > 85% Phenols
      > 85% MTBE
      > 85% Perchlorate
      > 80% Trihalomethanes
      > 95% Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbons
      > 99.999% of particles larger than 0.5 micron (Staffordshire University Labs) (includes Anthrax)
      > 99.7% of particles larger than 0.3 micron (Staffordshire University Labs)
      > 98% of particles larger than 0.2 micron (Staffordshire University Labs)
      > 100% Giardia Lamblia
      > 100% Cyclospora
      > 100% removal of live Cryptosporidium (WRc Standard)
      > 100% removal of Cryptosporidium (NSF Standard 53 – A.C. fine dust – 4 log challenge)
      > 100% removal of E. Coli, Vibrio Cholerae (Johns Hopkins University)
      > 99.999% removal of Salmonella Typhil, Shigella Dysenteria, Kiebsiella Terrigena (Hyder Labs)

      And this filter system comes with a great list of laboratories that certify how good it is:
      National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) Standard 42
      National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) Standard 53
      ISO 9002 Quality Standard
      USA AEL Laboratories
      USA Analytical Food Laboratories
      USA Johns Hopkins University
      British 5750 Quality Standard
      England’s Water Research council (WRc)


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