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- 1 x reverse osmosis membrane - 1 x 5 micron Sediment Pre-filter - 1 x Carbon Block Pre-filter - 1 x 700ml Deionisation Post-filter (resin included) - 1 x Feed Water Clamp - 1 x Waste Water Clamp - 1 x Filter Housing Wrench - 2 Metres of Red Tubing - 2 Metres of Green Tubing - 2 Metres of Blue Tubing - 1 x Membrane Flush Kit * - 1 x Pressure Gauge - Installation / maintenence * Using the flush valve regularly increases membrane lifeShips fully assembled (just insert the membrane and prefilters]
The amount of pure water produced over a 24 hour period is determined by many factors, the quality of your tap water (TDS etc) the mains water pressure, and the water temperature to name the main three.Select,Model 50 - for up to 190 litres per 24 hoursModel 75 - for up to 285 litres per 24 hoursModel 100 - for up to 380 litres per 24 hoursModel 150 - for up to 570 litres per 24 hoursYou can increase the efficiency of any reverse osmosis filter by installing a Reverse Osmosis Booster Pump
To install the RO system, all you need to do is remove the protective packaging from the filters, insert the membrane(s) and connect your RO system to a water supply and drain. Each tubing connection has a convenient label attached which denotes where it should be connected to.The effectiveness and productivity of RO systems increases with greater water pressure and temperature. The actual flow rate (in GPD) of any reverse osmosis system depends on your water pressure and temperature.While manufacturers state that 60 psi is required at the membrane for full production, we know that not everyone's cold water is at 60 psi and 77 degrees F therefore, we remind you that you might get less than 150 GPD, perhaps 50% or even less if your pressure and temperature are very low!So when flow rate is critical for you, you need to consider all these factors.The prefilters protect the membrane from chlorine and sediment and should be changed according to the manufacturers instructions. There are many grades of carbon block, basically the more expensive, the more chlorine it removes before change out - buying better is cheaper per litre ove rthe life of the pre filters.The Deionisation stage may need refilling more regularly than the prefilters, it depends entirely on how your unit is performing and how much water you produce.