75 GPD - 6 Stage Dual Outlet Use (Drinking & 0 PPM Aquarium Reef/Deionization) Reverse Osmosis Water System (RO/DI) + Tank
- 2 in 1 System for BOTH Drinking and Aquarium Use
- This pre-assembled system has two outlets allowing for dual use. First outlet is great for drinking water, household use such as cooking. The second outlet is great for aquariums, laboratory testing, and other applications where ultra-pure water is necessary.
- Filtration Stages: 1st Stage: 5 Micron Sediment Filter, 2nd Stage: Granular Activated Carbon (GAC), 3rd Stage: 5 Micron Carbon Block Filter, 4th Stage: RO Membrane, 5th Stage: Mixed Bed DI Color Changing Filter in Clear Housing, 6th Stage: Inline Post Carbon Filter
- Standard 10" Filters | Includes a Manual Flush Kit for Easy Installation & Maintenance
- Dual use Reverse Osmosis System
DUAL USE REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER FILTER SYSTEM
DI FOR AQUARIUM USE OR ANY OTHER APPLICATION NEEDING DI
DRINKING WATER AND COOKING AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD USE.
1. FOR DI OUT LET WITH TUBING AND STRAIGHT BALL VALVE.
2. VIA INLINE CARBON FILTER FOR TASTE AND ODOR REDUCTION FILTER CONNECTS TO RO FAUCET.
COMES WITH THE FOLLOWING:
5 TO 6 STAGE WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM
1. STAGE SEDIMENT FILTER 5 MICRON
2ND STAGE CARBON BLOCK FILTER 5 MICRON
3RD STAGE GAC WATER FILTER
4 STAGE MEMBRANE 75 GPD-
5 STAGE DI WATER FILTER OR INLINE CARBON FILTER GOES TO TUBE WITH STRAIGHT BALL VALVE. The Filter cartridge may be white instead of clear.
5TH /6TH STAGE INLINE POST CARBON FILTERS
ALSO COMES WITH RO STORAGE TANK 3.2 GALLON WITH CAPACITY OF 2.8 GALLON SIZE 9" X 15'
COLOR CODED TUBING
FEED WATER ADAPTER
DRAIN SADDLE VALVE
FIRST HOUSING IS CLEAR TO SEE WHEN TO CHANGE THE SEDIMENT FILTER
The instruction for the Dual Outlet Reverse Osmosis is the same as the other Reverse Osmosis.
The differences is that you have two outlet
- For DI water which goes via the DI filter.
- For Drinking water via the Post Carbon In line filter connect to faucet.
Also some unit comes with a manual flush valve some do not.
If your unit comes with a manual flush valve, keep the valve open during the start up phase of the unit. Once the unit is completely flush than close the ball valve. The ball valve is on the black tubing. If the ball is not in closed position, it will be by passing the flow restrict-or, the unit may not work.
|Brand||Oceanic Water Systems|