Membrane Housing with Check Valve & Quick-Connect Fitting
Membrane Housing with Check Valve & Quick-Connect Fitting is rated out of 5 by 5.
Miscellaneous parts & filters: Membrane Housing with Check Valve and Quick-Connect Fitting
Rated 4 out of 5 by Taz from Exact match for my 5 year old system Bought this a month ago after I potentially damaged the original membrane housing in my 5 year old system. I could not open the old one to finally change the membrane and had to take a channel lock pliers to it for leverage. I was concerned the marks it left could leave a weak spot on the housing that could leak or burst one day, so I got this new one. System is up with all new membranes and testing around 24 ppm TDS. Something makes a buzzing sound when I draw RO water that was not there before, but I can live with that.
Date published: 2022-03-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by Filtered from New Housing arrived broken I had to order the entire housing because they did not sell the fitting that broke off the original housing. The new housing arrived with the exact same fitting broken off flush to the housing. The broken fitting was not in the shipping bag or box. So, they shipped a broken part to me. They did say they were sorry. I was able to take one fitting from the new housing and repair my old housing so all was not lost but still......
Date published: 2021-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rob56 from Great spare housing for the ROES-PH75 System The membrane housing is one of 4 permanent filter housings in the ROES-PH75 System. For that reason I decided to buy a spare membrane housing so that I could store it with a spare RO membrane. Since this is our source of drinking water, it is always a good idea to keep spare filters, tubing, fittings and housings around. The original housing cap was difficult to open until I soaked the cap in hot water. Then, I was able to use the housing wrench to apply sufficient torque to the cap to break the O-ring seal. Had there been sufficient O-ring grease applied to the O-rings in the cap and on the housing, this task would have been easier. The cap should be hand tightened, not wrench tightened. If the cap leaks after hand tightening, it means that 1) an O-ring is bad, 2) the O-ring is deformed, 3) insufficient O-ring grease has been applied, or 4) the housing or cap has been damaged. When I opened the original O-ring housing, I found that O-ring in the cap had been scored. This happens when insufficient O-ring grease is applied to the O-ring surface when the cap is rotated against it. Keep spare O-rings around, apply sufficient O-ring grease and hand tighten all filter housings.
Date published: 2023-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by harish from Great water filteration and well fitting component We have had the APEC water fileteration system for 4 years now and the membrane housing for the RO filter needed a replacement because I could not open the existing one. This is our 2nd filter and polisher replacement and we love the water taste and quality coming from the system.
Date published: 2021-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by JoeB from Membrane Housing. After breaking the original I ordered a new one. Worked fine until the other parts broke. I bought a new Roes 50.
Date published: 2021-02-16