Residential - 50 Gallons Per Day
Water is fed into a sediment cartridge for the removal of dirt, sediment, silt, etc. Water is then fed into a carbon cartridge filter for the removal of chlorine and odors. The water is then fed into the reverse osmosis membrane. Reverse osmosis is a scientific application where dissolved contaminants in water are removed by passing water under high pressure through a membrane. Pores in the reverse osmosis membrane are so small that only water molecules pass through. The contaminants are rejected and drained away to the sewer. The water then enters into a storage tank/ Once the water is dispensed through the faucet, the water passes through one final carbon polishing filter.
- Dissolved contaminants (Total dissolved solids)
Water must not contain any bacteria, iron or manganese. Hardness levels should not exceed 20 g.p.g.
- Sediment prefilter
- Carbon post filter
- Reverse osmosis membrane
- Storage tank
- Shutoff valve
- Inline post carbon filter
- Optional (Booster pump for low pressure installations)
In-Line ultra-violet (eliminate 99.9% of bacteria)