|UV Capacity:||6W Uv Lamp||Power:||25W|
|Stages:||6 Stages||Pure Water Tank:||3.0G Plastic Tank|
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6W Uv Lamp Reverse Osmosis Water System For Home 25W Power 3.0G Plastic Tank
As the only top reverse osmosis system on the market to earn the Water Quality Association's Gold Seal Certification, unequaled in quality, safety, and durability.
The system incorporates polypropylene sediment (PP), granular activated carbon (GAC), carbon block (CTO), and reverse osmosis (RO) filtration technologies to provide crisp tasting, bottled-quality water.
With the system itself measuring 17.5 x 14.5 x 5.25 inches and the tank measuring 16 x 11 inches, the entire unit fits nicely in most under-sink cabinets.
Included with the system is a lead-free solid brass body faucet with a high quality brushed nickel finish. The faucet is typically mounted on the counter as the main output source for the RO water, but output lines can also be connected to your refrigerator output, ice maker, and coffee maker.
The installation process is streamlined and DIY for most users, with written, video, and tech support assistance. Replacement filters are standard sized and sold at factory direct pricing
When the source water enters the system it goes through stages one, two, and three, collectively known as the pre-filters. The job of the pre-filters is to remove large contaminants and protect the RO membrane from chemicals like chlorine and chloramines.
After the water has passed through the pre-filters, it is forced through the NSF certified reverse osmosis (RO) membrane, the same technology used to produce bottled water. This semi-permeable membrane features tiny 0.0001 micron sized holes, equivalent to just 0.000000004 of an inch. This allows it to effectively remove a long list of water contaminants only possible with reverse osmosis.
The fifth and final stage of filtration utilizes a finer GAC filter known as the post carbon filter. This provides a final polishing before the purified water is delivered to the faucet.
The end result is bottled quality water. In addition to the cost savings and health benefits, widespread use of in home filtration systems would reduce the impact of plastic bottles on the environment tremendously. With all of the benefits, it only makes sense to go RO!