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100GPD Pumped, LCD Computer Mineralised Reverse Osmosis System with Single Tap / Faucet. This listing is for a complete pumped reverse osmosis system ready to install. Due to the high quality membrane it is possible to purify up to 100GPD - 450 litres of water per day. System is equipped with post filtration carbon cartridge which improves the taste and aroma of water.
Connectors type: Quick connect fittings. LCD computer for auto flushing and TDS reader. 3.2 Gallons Standards Water Storage Tank.3 Main Filter Housings (double o'ring). Assembled and ready for Installation. Membrane: 100 GPD / 450 LPD. Operation pressure: 2.75 - 5.5 bar (40 -80 psi). Dimensions: (cm) 37 (L) x 45(H) x 20 (W) - system. Cm 28 (L) x 28(W) x 35 (H)- tank. 100 GPD Reverse osmosis water system with Pump - LCD controller and automatic membrane flushing.
Included full size Post Mineral / Coconut carbon filter. Operated via LCD display that shows when membranes (filters) should be replaced, Water temperature, PPM reading and the opportunity to auto flush the system through the LCD display. These RO units are ideal for the purest drinking water. An RO system removes nearly all contaminants from mains tap water, making it perfect. RO systems are used to produce drinking water and purify water.
No matter how many stages you get, they all work in a similar fashion where water flows through the filters in order to achieve pure filtration. The larger full size cartridge systems for additional filtration capacity keep the water in contact with the media for longer with better removal rates. Input Water or tap water is fed into the first stage of your RO system.
This is typically connected via a mains water valve which allow you to connect with your household mains water pipe or the plumbing underneath your sink. The input water should always be connected to your cold water line because hot water will damage your RO system. Contains the sediment filter which is a mechanical filter that catches the larger free-floating particles of debris or contaminates. This filter does get clogged after some use and should be changed every 6 months or as needed based on usage.The filter will discolour from pure white to a brownish-yellow over time. Contains the carbon filter which consists of CTO carbon block that adsorbs organics and other dissolved contaminants such as chlorine. This carbon filter becomes exhausted over time and should be changed regularly every 6 months at the same time you change out the sediment filter.
Replacing the carbon and sediment filters on a regular schedule will drastically improve the life of your membrane because it will ensure any possible contaminants are removed before the water enters the next stage which is your. The most expensive and critical filter stage of your RO/DI system. After the carbon stage, water enters the RO membrane (there maybe more than one membrane depending on system) which is the heart of your RO system. Here, water is filtered through multiple layers of a thin film that remove a majority (up to 98%) of contaminants such as salts, bacteria, heavy metals, fluoride and other organic impurities. The RO membrane should be monitored via the use of a pressure gauge and/or TDS meter.In most cases, you will need to replace your RO membrane every 1-3 years based on usage and care. The RO membrane divides the water, separating it into two different water lines: the waste water line and the product (pure) water line. The waste water line will contain your flow restrictor which has a small hole inside that regulates the water flow/pressure through the membrane. A flow restrictor is necessary for the RO membrane to function properly.
The waste line will also be where you have the flush valve kit that allows you to flush your membrane free of particulates before and after each use for 1-2 minutes. The waste water should be connected to a drain or a container for alternate use. This waste water will contain concentrated levels of TDS but is perfectly suitable to watering your garden, lawn etc.
The product (pure) water leaves the RO membrane and enters the post carbon / mineral cartridge. In order to monitor your RO system for proper functionality, you will utilise a TDS meter. A pressure gauge monitors water pressure going into the RO membrane which lets you know that you are getting the required amount of water pressure (40 to 80 PSI) into the RO membrane for optimal performance. If your tap water pressure is naturally below 40 PSI your system will not work, you will not get optimal performance out of your RO system and end up producing far less product water per gallon of wastewater.In these cases, a booster pump will help boost pressure into the RO membrane to an ideal range. RO systems should produce pure water at a ratio of 1 litre of pure product water per 2 litre of waste water. If you have a heavy demand for water or simply want to reduce the amount of waste water, you can install a water saver upgrade. This will add an extra RO membrane making it possible to get a 1:1 product to wastewater ratio. A TDS monitor is installed it measures total dissolved solids via inline probe. These monitors can be plumbed into your system in various ways but it is best to monitor the water after it exits the RO membrane stage. This will tell you that water exiting the RO membrane is getting filtered properly. We now try not to supply RO systems with post filter cartridges which are horizontal when in use, this is because water always finds the easiest route and when a cartridge ls horizontal the media falls away from the top and the water then can go through the cartridge with inadequate contact with the media, so now we supply systems with a full size post filter in the 3rd housing.
Please note: The pump, membranes and other parts are intended for domestic or light commercial use and not intended for continual heavy duty use. If needed to be used for a longer period of continued use, maximum 2 hours at a time with a cooling off period of 1 hour. Metal Bracket with stand 3.10-inch carbon block CTO filter. Fill size mineral / carbon cartridge. Sodium (99%), Calcium (99%), Magnesium (99%), Potassium (98%), Iron (99%), Manganese (99%), Aluminium (99%), Ammonium (97%), Copper (99%), Nickel (99%), Zinc (99%), Cadmium (99%), Silver (98%), Mercury (98%), Barium (99%), Chromium (99%), Lead (99%), Chloride (99%), Bicarbonate (98%), Nitrate (97%), Fluoride (98%), Silicate (98%), Phosphate (99%), Chromate (99%), Cyanide (95%), Sulphate (99%), Bromide (98%), Arsenic (99%), Selenium (99%), Bacteria (99%), Protozoa (99%), Amoebic Cysts (99%), Giardia (99%), Asbestos (99%), Oestrogen (99%), Sediment / Turbidity (99%).
Important information to consider prior to ordering. The effectiveness and productivity of RO systems increase with greater water pressure and temperature.The actual flow rate (in GPD) of any reverse osmosis system depends on your source 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 30 °C therefore, we remind you that you might get less than the stated GPD from your membrane, perhaps 50% or even less if your pressure and temperature are very low! If flow rate is critical for you, you need to consider all these factors before choosing membrane size. Membranes are designed to operate between 13 °C - 30 °C. Min 40 psi, Optimum 60 psi.
Chlorine content of no more than 0.1 ppm. TDS up to 1000 ppm. Comes with a Euro plug and UK adapter. Sign up to our newsletter for special deals.This item is in the category "Home, Furniture & DIY\Appliances\Small Kitchen Appliances\Water Purification\Water Filters". The seller is "directwaterfilters" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Antigua and Barbuda, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, Korea, South, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Barbados, Brunei Darussalam, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Grenada, French Guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Macau, Monaco, Maldives, Montserrat, Martinique, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Reunion, Turks and Caicos Islands, Aruba, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Vietnam.