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Waterdrop RO Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System (600 GPD) EXPIRED

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WaterdropDirect via Amazon has Waterdrop RO Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System (600 GPD; WD-G2P600-W) on sale for $287.91. Shipping is free.

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Product Features
  • 99.99% contaminant removal (via G2 P600 RO system)
  • 600 GPD fast water flow; meets the water needs of big families or companies
  • Reverse osmosis system reduces your replacement cost + upgrade with a drain ratio of 2:1 (requires under sink electricity)
  • Saves 70% of your under-sink space and prevents recontamination
  • Improved safety performance

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WaterDrop Direct via Amazon [amazon.com] has Waterdrop RO Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System for $287.91 + FS

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  • 600 GPD
  • 2:1 Pure to Drain
  • Tankless
  • Smart Panel
  • Composite Multi-Stage
  • FCC Listed
  • USA Tech
  • WD-G2P600-W
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Don't be tricked. This system is garbage. You can get a high end reverse osmosis system on Amazon with 5 stages of filtration for less than this. This system also uses super expensive proprietary filter cartridges. The cheaper units on Amazon use generic 10in carbon block filters. You could get 6 generic filters for the cost of just 1 of these dumb plastic filters.

Get a system like this instead.

https://www.amazon.com/iSpring-RC...005LJ8EXU/
I have very hard (municipal too) water at my house. I've a softener at the front end of the inbound water line and off of that I have my 4 stage RO system which is hooked up to a 20 gallon tank. I've also got an Aquatec 6800 to increase throughput and pressure because I've 3 different outputs for the RO. One line feeds the kitchen sink RO tap. One line feeds the water/ice on the fridge. One line feeds the whole house humidifier hooked up to the air handler in the basement. Running our softened water to the humidifier resulted with the pad lasting like a week before it was riddled with scale.

This system works very well. I even fill up our (3) room humidifiers to supplement things to help reduce dryness while we sleep.

I can't imagine 600GPD throughput on this unit is remotely accurate but am curious to hear some firsthand accounts.
It is because they use pump to pressurize water in RO module.
Once pressurized to 80-150 psi (tap water pressure is just 40 psi), water flux improves by 4-8 times and less brine rejection but concentrated.

Industrial RO operates more than 500 psi.

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any water experts here know how these new units that have crazy high GPD membranes 400-600GPD and are able to do 2 cups of clean to 1 cup of brine?
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I have this one. Super nice if you have the power supply. Independently verified with my own meter down to 10-13 ppm as long as you purge it for a couple seconds before collecting water.
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Can I do self install or get a pro to do it ?
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I have very hard (municipal too) water at my house. I've a softener at the front end of the inbound water line and off of that I have my 4 stage RO system which is hooked up to a 20 gallon tank. I've also got an Aquatec 6800 to increase throughput and pressure because I've 3 different outputs for the RO. One line feeds the kitchen sink RO tap. One line feeds the water/ice on the fridge. One line feeds the whole house humidifier hooked up to the air handler in the basement. Running our softened water to the humidifier resulted with the pad lasting like a week before it was riddled with scale.

This system works very well. I even fill up our (3) room humidifiers to supplement things to help reduce dryness while we sleep.

I can't imagine 600GPD throughput on this unit is remotely accurate but am curious to hear some firsthand accounts.
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any water experts here know how these new units that have crazy high GPD membranes 400-600GPD and are able to do 2 cups of clean to 1 cup of brine?
So is this a good deal or no?
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any water experts here know how these new units that have crazy high GPD membranes 400-600GPD and are able to do 2 cups of clean to 1 cup of brine?
Another question that I would have is whether having only one carbon pre(or is it post?) filter is sufficient? Surely it would have to be apre filter to keep chloramine/chlorines off the membrane filter?
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any water experts here know how these new units that have crazy high GPD membranes 400-600GPD and are able to do 2 cups of clean to 1 cup of brine?
It is because they use pump to pressurize water in RO module.
Once pressurized to 80-150 psi (tap water pressure is just 40 psi), water flux improves by 4-8 times and less brine rejection but concentrated.

Industrial RO operates more than 500 psi.
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So is this a good deal or no?
I've seen these cheaper on SD. $240.
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It is because they use pump to pressurize water in RO module.
Once pressurized to 80-150 psi (tap water pressure is just 40 psi), water flux improves by 4-8 times and less brine rejection but concentrated.

Industrial RO operates more than 500 psi.
Thanks, never noticed that before. Now it makes some sense at least. Still not sure how the ratio is so high on these though compared to standard ro
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Can I do self install or get a pro to do it ?
Yourself
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How do these compare to the 6 stage RO systems? I'm considering one of those which puts minerals back into the water.
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Is the point of this to not need a tank? If you search Amazon for RO system you'll see the 5/6 stage units that use standard filters which are reasonably priced. I've had a 6 stage iSpring unit for over 5 years and it's been great. Looks like their filter costs have gone down a lot so it's more in line with the multi stage units. 2 years of filter for this is $140. 2 years of a 6 stage unit is $133. The 6 stage also adds minerals back.
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Is this for a whole house system?
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