AquaticLife – Classic 4 Stage RO/DI System

$279.00 inc GST

Product Details

The Classic RO & RO/DI systems make up to 100 GPD of economically filtered Reverse Osmosis water, removing harmful substances like heavy metal ions and total dissolved solids from tap water. The Classic RO & RO/DI systems provide up to 400 LPD of economically filtered reverse osmosis water, removing harmful substances such as heavy metal ions and total dissolved solids from tap water. Features: Manual flush valve allows user to increase membrane life – Clear micron cartridge housing makes it easy to view when cartridge should be replaced – Auto shut-off valve stops incoming water supply when outflow is turned off (400 LPD model only) – Wrenches make it easy to access the cartridge and membrane housings – Garden hose adapter make it easy to connect to a faucet – 1/4 inch Buddy-Fit Press Fit Connectors simplify plumbing – 0-160 PSI gauge provides a pressure reading of the supply water (400 LPD model only) – 10 ft. x 1/4 inch of each Blue, Yellow and Red Polyethylene Tubing helps with plumbing setup – Built-in wall mount bracket allows the unit to be hung and secured in place. OPERATING REQUIREMENTS: Optimal water pressure: 40-65 PSI (if under 40 PSI a booster pump is required), Maximum water pressure: 80 PSI (if over 80 PSI a pressure regulator is required). Optimal water temperature: (25*C), Maximum water temperature:  (40.5*C),

Product Specifications:400 LPD dimensions with bracket: 16.5″ wide x 8.5″ deep x 18″ high. Weight 14 lbs. 50 GPD dimensions with bracket: 14.5″ wide x 5.5″ deep x 16.5″ high. Weight 11 lbs. Minimum water pressure: 30 PSI. Suggested water pressure: 65 PSI • Maximum water pressure: 80 PSI – Optimal Water Temperature: 77°F (25°C). watch video to explain set up.**Booster pump is not available**

Reverse osmosis is the process of removing contaminants from tap water using a special semi-permeable membrane.By applying water pressure across the membrane,contaminants are concentrated on one side of the membrane and filtered water on the
other side of the membrane. This is why reverse osmosis units have a waste water line as well as a filtered line.
In addition to the membrane, water is filtered prior to the membrane with a sediment cartridge to remove larger particulates, and a carbon block to remove chlorine and other materials. After water is filtered by the membrane, it passes through a color-changing resin cartridge where additional total dissolved
solids (TDS) are removed from the water. The cartridges and membrane on your unit are designed for easy installation and replacement. Each cartridge connects to the filter housing by simply inserting and twisting. It is important the cartridges be installed in the correct order to effectively
filter the water.