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NSF/ANSI 58 & IAPMO WATER QUALITY PLATINUM SEAL Certified--Our products are testing annually by the UPC(Uniform Plumbing Code Certification) & IAPMO(International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials), certified to remove up to 99. 99% of harmful contaminants that commonly appear in municipal and well water.

CERTIFICATIONS--The whole product includes all the filters, tanks, tubing and other water-contacting parts are manufactured to comply strictly with FDA (CFR-Parts 174) and NSF/ANSI 58 standard (58 for reverse osmosis systems, 2018) resulting in the coveted IAPMO Water Quality Platinum Seal Certification (Water Quality Association, TW1812-75, 2018).
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75GPD? It takes 2 and half minutes to fill a 500cc mug.
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I bought the one with the pump in March. No regrets as it also fills the tank quickly. I also use this to fill 5 gallon water jugs.I do it in 3 segments as it only takes 20 mins to fill the 3 gallon tank. I am looking at adding a 5 gallon tank just to speed through this process. You might ask why do i need to fill a couple 5 gallon jugs. I have little kids that cant reach the sink. I bought a 3 in one system that makes ice. Yeah we have Alkaline ice and water in that machine thanks to this RO system.
Do you need an eletrical outlet for the pump system?
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Anyone know when a pump is needed? I'd be using it in my basement and routing it over to my fridge.
For integrated ice-makers, there is a minimum line pressure for proper function, plus they threaten damage is possible. That proper _sustained line pressure to the fridge is a function of line length/head(height), RO tank size and bladder preload, incoming line pressure to RO unit. If sole use of RO is to that fridge, the RO tank may not drop it's pressure too low until the ice-maker is done wirh the volume it requires per cycle...and that 75gpd can replenish tank(pressure) before the next ice cycle.
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you actually need to spend money on an RO system for your shower?
Like someone else pointed out, I worded that weird. no I do not have RO water in my shower heads, RO water is for drinking only at my household but there are people who have the whole home water systems that are very expensive. To me this is a good combination, that $150 RO system for drinking water and then a $50 whole home filter, that seems to be the best low-cost solution. I also have a electronic descaler ($100), so those are the three things I added to my home water system.
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Is this a shill post? This system gets posted here every month
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Any salt water aquarium folks think this would work well?
Wondering as well for a water change and top off system!
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75GPD? It takes 2 and half minutes to fill a 500cc mug.
...if the reservoir tank is depleted, yes. The GPD is a tranditional rating of the highly constrained RO membrane's output, so the (2 gal) holding tank starts at house line (45psi) and when opening its faucet, drops off quick as its bladder relaxes
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Any salt water aquarium folks think this would work well?
Any RO will work well
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Like someone else pointed out, I worded that weird. no I do not have RO water in my shower heads, RO water is for drinking only at my household but there are people who have the whole home water systems that are very expensive. To me this is a good combination, that $150 RO system for drinking water and then a $50 whole home filter, that seems to be the best low-cost solution. I also have a electronic descaler ($100), so those are the three things I added to my home water system.
That pricey whole-home system "should" drop like a rock - there was an article tackling the huge humanitarian need for low-cost production of drinking water where there is no tap water. They were talking GPM, some kind of fine-grained ceramics? I think Bill Gates was involved. If near-RO at GPM volumes (dunno the size of it, lol), 1/10th of the cost, it would wipe the industry. Where is it? (conspiracy) Wink
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That pricey whole-home system "should" drop like a rock - there was an article tackling the huge humanitarian need for low-cost production of drinking water where there is no tap water. They were talking GPM, some kind of fine-grained ceramics? I think Bill Gates was involved. If near-RO at GPM volumes (dunno the size of it, lol), 1/10th of the cost, it would wipe the industry. Where is it? (conspiracy) Wink
Man that would be incredible! That's been a huge issue and it's getting to be a bigger issue everyday. if they figure out especially desalination in large volume, whoever figures that outs a billionaire for sure!
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I recently purchased and installed the Apecs RO system. Paid more for it, it's a nice kit, easy to follow instructions, and seems like they have good support. For some reason, I didn't want a Ukolke filter.
Also bought a tester from amazon ($15) to confirm the water coming out of the RO is low TDS, and refrigerator filtered water we were drinking is shit.
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Been doing 5 gallon refills. Water never worked from fridge when i bought the house coulle of months ago. I'm wondering if buying this filter would be a better idea then getting my fridge's water dispenser fixed.
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I have a sink integrated into granite counter top. So is it possible to install this system without drilling another hole?
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I installed the system in March and it's worked out really well. The installation was pretty straightforward and the filters were great. My only advice is to make sure you flush the filters like five or six times because it takes some cycling for the carbon and other stuff to leave the new filters. So essentially you have to break them in. Initially the water was testing really weird and we later realize we just didn't flush the filters enough..
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I have a sink integrated into granite counter top. So is it possible to install this system without drilling another hole?
How many holes now? Want to give up the built-in soap dispenser/sprayer? Change kitchen faucet to a one-hole unit? Then there's the slightly unslightlies:
http://www.purewatergazette.net/b...00x300.jpg

.. but these days, even if you get that one or find a counter-top-standing faucet, or one that clamps on an open edge, most of the systems include faucets that have the air gap in there, which means up to 3 unwieldy pipes going to the base of the thing.

TIme for the diamond-dusted hole saw? Wink fyi, marble dust berry bad - silicosis .. capture with toothpaste slurry? Under a mist shower? Wearing >N95? Risk cracking? (Not you, the marble)
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