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Ukoke RO8-P 6 Stages Reverse Osmosis, Water Filtration System, 75 GPD with Pump $139+Free Shipping

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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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MoeA asked this question on 09-10-2021 at 02:21 PM
09-10-2021 at 02:21 PM
you attach this to a tank that is typically around 3 gallons, and it will take quite a while to fill up once the tank is empty. you would not use this for the main faucet, just the drinking water dispenser.
09-12-2021 at 08:31 PM
Its not for whole house water system . Its slow filtration system need some time to fill up storage tank. Just for kitchen water dispense and fridge water supply..
09-13-2021 at 06:59 AM
This is a source typically for fridge water/ice maker. You can also " T " for a small outlet next to the kitchen faucet. I have similar for saltwater fish tank auto fill with 10 gallon holding tank. With a pump included you can mount in the basement and run the 1/4" line anywhere.
MoeA asked this question on 09-10-2021 at 08:35 AM
09-13-2021 at 09:26 PM
just under the sink. for drinking/cooking water only.
TalentedDeer201 asked this question on 09-12-2021 at 02:44 PM

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How much water does this waste
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How much water does this waste
it should be a lot less than a normal one because it has the pump.

all the parts look generic, which is a huge plus, they must be selling this at pretty close to cost, you couldn't part this together for close to $140.
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Identical unit with tank and faucet for cheaper on eBay https://www.ebay.com/itm/234130203097?mkevt=1&mkcid=1&mkrid=711-53200-19255-0&campid=5338722076&tool... [ebay.com]

Also, not sure about taking the dive in this water. QC issues galore on practically every other Ukoke RO system out there. Many complaints of foul tasting water as well. What the heck are the filters made from? Dunno man, but I'd steer clear for two reasons. 1. I don't want a flooded kitchen 2. I don't want toxic unknowns going into my 'clean' drinking water. For something like this I'd rather pay more and get a reputable brand.

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Identical unit with tank and faucet for cheaper on eBay https://www.ebay.com/itm/234130203097?mkevt=1&mkcid=1&mkrid=711-53200-19255-0&campid=5338722076&tool... [ebay.com]

Also, not sure about taking the dive in this water. QC issues galore on practically every other Ukoke RO system out there. Many complaints of foul tasting water as well. What the heck are the filters made from? Dunno man, but I'd steer clear for two reasons. 1. I don't want a flooded kitchen 2. I don't want toxic unknowns going into my 'clean' drinking water. For something like this I'd rather pay more and get a reputable brand.
Agreed. Water filters are one of the things I tend to splurge more money on. Not worth saving a couple bucks to potentially get poisoned.
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Agreed. Water filters are one of the things I tend to splurge more money on. Not worth saving a couple bucks to potentially get poisoned.
What would be considered some solid brands?
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What would be considered some solid brands?
ispring is the most reputable and reliable brand. Have a 5 stage that has worked perfectly for the past 3 years. You can find them in Amazon and eBay
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is this a whole house filter or just under 1 sink?
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is this a whole house filter or just under 1 sink?
you attach this to a tank that is typically around 3 gallons, and it will take quite a while to fill up once the tank is empty. you would not use this for the main faucet, just the drinking water dispenser.
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it should be a lot less than a normal one because it has the pump.

all the parts look generic, which is a huge plus, they must be selling this at pretty close to cost, you couldn't part this together for close to $140.
Don't confuse a permeate pump with a normal pump (normal pump comes with this system)
a permeate pump saves the water see this video:

https://www.freshwatersystems.com...sis-system
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very nice getting one
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I just installed one. It's very flimsy and poor quality. Gaskets are very easy to break. It doesn't come with 3/8" adaptor but 1/2" and 3/4" if your existing waterline is 3/8", buy adaptors. I would invest a better one.
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Just saw one at Costco for this price. Going back to get it soon.
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What would be considered some solid brands?
I got apec system
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