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Reverse Osmosis Filtration Cluster

Reverse Osmosis system

Features:

Certified to NSF standards, our compact Reverse Osmosis system (RO) filters out 99% of contaminants. Enjoy highly purified water from your kitchen sink and refrigerator’s water dispenser. RO systems are 100% mechanical and utilize no harmful chemicals.

Our RO systems come with a dedicated faucet to match your kitchen sink and a 5 gallon storage tank. A second tank can be added for twice the water capacity.

If using well water, we recommend pairing it with our Viqua® VT1 Tap Ultraviolet System.

Compression fittings that are molded directly into the filter body, reducing the chance for leakage.

Long-lasting filters that require service only once a year.

Durable RO membrane that requires replacing only once every 5 years.

Pre-filter:

A sediment filter aims to remove dirt and sand particles.

Alternatively, a chlorine filter can be attached instead to remove chlorine from municipal water.

RO Membrane:

Water is forced through the an ultra thin membrane to separate sub-micron sized particles such as nitrates, lead, and other dissolved solids.

Post-filter:

A carbon filter further improves taste and odor producing high quality water.

UV Light:

If treating water sourced from a well, bacteria sterilization through our Viqua® VT1 Tap Ultraviolet System light is required as the last step in the Reverse Osmosis system.

The whole system, plus the storage tank, can be installed under a basement ceiling or under a kitchen cabinet.

Line is fed into a dedicated kitchen faucet for convenient dispensing.

Connected to refrigerator or ice maker feed line bypassing the need for their own filters.

How it Works

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Water enters an inline pre-filter which is aimed to reduce sediment particles and/or chlorine.

Water is then forced through the RO’s semipermeable membrane, separating nitrates, lead, and other dissolved solids to a sub micron level. Impurities that stay behind and are flushed out to the drain as fresh water exits the RO membrane.

Water is then processed through a post-carbon filter, designed to improve taste and odor.

Because RO systems slowly produce pure water at 24 gal/day, a 4 gal. water storage tank is installed for on demand use.

If well water is the main supply, then a small UV light is installed for disinfection before water is dispensed out to a dedicated faucet and/or routed to a refrigerator/icemaker.

Maintenance requires changing the filters and UV bulb every year and every 5 years for the RO membrane.

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