RO-PUMP Installation instruction Manual
RO-PUMP Installation Manual Addendum
RO-CTOP Owner’s Manual
RO-PERM Installation Instruction Manual
RO-PERM Installation Manual Addendum
Water used for drinking and cooking is recommended to be of highest quality. Reverse Osmosis process is considered the finest filtration process, which meets or exceeds the requirements for safe drinking water. Since water used for drinking and cooking amounts happened to be only 1% to 2% of the total amount of water consumed a home and the rest of 98 to 99%, are used for a variety of purposes like flushing toilets, bath showers, laundry, and irrigation etc.Â Read more
RO-PERM uses a non-electrical permeate pump to boost pressure (after filtration) and itâ€™s designed to allow the RO tank to fill fuller so water output will be stronger. This Read more
The TDS meter is used to test your waterâ€™s quality before and after installing the RO system. It can also tell you when the membrane needs to be changed.
Please follow instructions below:
Use 2 clean glasses, fill one glass with Tap water, and another glass with Product (filtered) water (rinse this glass with filtered water several times to get an accurate reading). Read more
- RO= Reverse Osmosis
- GPD = Gallons per Day (flow rate)
- PSI = Pounds per Square Inch (pressure)
- TDS = Total Dissolved Solids (contaminants) Read more
Choosing the right RO model depends on your incoming water pressure. If you are using city water, RO-45 and RO-90 are the suggested models. If you are using well water, RO-PERM and RO-PUMP are the suggested models.
Please see below for each individual model’s information:
RO-45 & RO-90 models:
- Water pressure: Works best with 40psi pressure or higher. Read more
TFC membranes are bacteria resistant and it has a higher removal rate of total dissolved solids compared to CTA membranes. We strongly recommend using TFC membrane for purifying drinking water.
CTA membranes need chlorine to protect itself from damaging molds and bacteria. CTA membranes should only be used in applications where water is chlorinated. We do not recommend using CTA membranes filtering water sources that are non-chlorinated (wells).Â
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