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RO-PUMP System Installation Manual

RO-PUMP System Installation Manual

RO-45 System Installation Manual

RO-45 System Installation Manual

RO-CTOP / RO-CTOP-PH System Installation Manual

RO-CTOP / RO-CTOP-PH System Installation Manual

RO-90 System Installation Manual

RO-90 System Installation Manual

RO-PERM System Installation Manual

RO-PERM System Installation Manual

What are the differences between the FI-CP5 and the 1-SED10 filter?

1-SED10 filter is made with micro fibers material, while FI-CP5 is made with pleated polyester fibers. FI-CP5 is a pleated sediment filters so they are washable and designed for higher water drinking usage or tap water that has more sediments than normal. 1-SED10 is a non-washable filter that designed to support most water sources where water contaminant levels are not too bad.

I note your ceramic filters can remove bacteria, what are the differences between this filter and an RO system?

Our ceramic filter is a 0.5 micron filter designed to specifically remove bacteria like e.coli, cryptosporidium and cyst. It can also reduce chlorine and lead from water. Our reverse osmosis systems uses a 0.0001 micron filter so it is designed to remove all of the contaminants above and other harmful contaminants like Fluoride, Arsenic, Nitrates, Heavy Metals, and many more. Our RO systems uses multiple filters to remove a complete range of contaminants and impurities versus a single ceramic filter which removes specific contaminants.

What is the maximum number of dispensing points (faucets) your reverse osmosis system allows? Also is there a limit to how many appliances that we can connect the output of our R.O. system to? (I have ice makers and humidifiers)

The maximum output for a standard RO unit is 3 regardless if it’s faucets or appliances. However, we do carry RO systems that can support more than 3 outputs or longer distance runs. Please contact us for details.

We have a church with about 30 people during regular weekdays and we have about 200 people doing weekends, what system do you recommend us to install?

From the information you have provided, based on 200 people drinking one cup of water each during peak times, we recommend using our Lite Commercial 180 or Compact RO 250gpd.

Lite Commercical 180gpd http://www.freedrinkingwater.com/light-commercial-detail.htm
Compact Commercial 250gpd http://www.freedrinkingwater.com/compact-commercial-detail.htm

If you are able to provide some additional information, we can better determine a size for the unit.

  1. Are you using city or well water?
  2. How many gallon of pure water do you need per day?
  3. During peak times, how many gallons of water do you need at one time?
  4. Do you have a water report for us to review?

What is the average life time of your reverse osmosis system?

The actual time is depended on your water conditions and if the system is properly maintained. Our Reverse Osmosis Systems are designed to last for 10 years or more as long as system is properly maintained and your supply water contaminant levels is not very unique.

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