Reverse Osmosis Water System
Reverse Osmosis System with 50 gpd Membrane
Reverse Osmosis is a technology that is used to remove a large majority of contaminants from water by pushing the water under pressure through a semi-permeable membrane. By forcing pressure on the salt side of the RO and force the water across the semi-permeable RO membrane, leaving almost all (around 95% to 99% of dissolved salts behind in the reject stream.
The desalinated water that is demineralized or deionized, is called permeate (or product) water. The water stream that carries the concentrated contaminants that did not pass through the RO membrane is called the reject (or concentrate) stream.
Heavy metals are dissolved in water along with organic matter, bacteria, viruses, etc. do not pas through the reverse osmosis film (reverse osmosis membrane pore size is only 0.0001um, the virus generally have a diameter of 0.02-0.4um, common bacteria in diameter 0.4-1um
- Suitable for residential use,
- Industry standard 10 x 2.5 inch NSF twin undersink housings
- CSM Reverse Osmosis 50 GPD / 200LT Membrane
- Easywell 10 inch inline post carbon filter
- Brass Entry 1/2″ Inline + 1/4″ outlet Port (feed Water)
- NSF Ceramic Water Filter Tap
- Tiger Double O Ring isolating Ball Valve
- NSF 1/4″ Tubing For Easy Installation
- Easy to use Tiger Double O Ring push in fittings
- Plumbers Tape
- Waste water drain clamp
- 10″ Water filter housing filter wrench
- Aquapro 12L Storage Tank
Water Filter Stages
Stage 1: Polypropylene Spun Sediment filter 5 micron
Replace every 6 months
Removes suspended matter such as silt, rust sand, algae, sediment, scale particles, dirt and cloudiness from the water
Stage 2: Carbon block filter 5 micron
Replace Every 6 Months
Removes herbicides, pesticides, chlorine, chlorine bi-products and Volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) to protect the membrane
Stage 3: CSM 50 / 200LT GPD Reverse Osmosis Membrane 0.0001 Micron
Replace every 2-6 years (Depending on water quality)
Removes Over 98% or Impurities including Organic & Inorganic Minerals, Heavy Metals & Fluoride
Stage 4: Inline post GAC Filter
Replace Every 12 Months
Polishes the water and removes any taste or odour water may have picked up while sitting in the tank
Organic Minerals VS Inorganic Minerals In Water
Contrary to common beliefs, less than 1% of the organic minerals are actually found in most raw water supplies. With the increase of pollutants, our water supply contains mostly inorganic minerals. Inorganic minerals consist of calcium, iron, magnesium, carbonate and lime compounds, which are not compatible with our bodies.
The body’s cells reject these minerals leaving dissolved inorganic substances (acid crystals – minerals deposits) throughout the body. This accumulation of debris creates more work and trouble for the body, such as arthritis in joints, gallstones, kidney stones and mineral deposits in artery walls.
Organic minerals that are considered soluble, which means the body absorbs sustenance into the cells, are found in our live foods such as fruits & vegetables. One glass of freshly squeezed orange juice would be higher in minerals than 30 gallons of untreated raw water.
Purified water provides a necessary rinsing treatment for hydration purposes as our body is mostly fluid (over 80% water) and equally important, is to rinse impurities out of our body. Drinking purified water both prevents inorganic minerals from entering our bodies and removes inorganic mineral deposits already there.
Storage Tank Dimensions
Height (With Stand): 42cm
Height (No Stand): 38.5cm
- Pressure: 50-100 psi
- TDS: <1750 mg/L
- Iron: <0.02 mg/L
- Manganese: <0.1 mg/L
- Total Hardness: <500 mg/L
- Temperature: <45°C
NOTE: Water that falls outside these parameters may cause the system to produce higher ratios of drain water and may lower the 50GPD rating. Water Quality in different areas can greatly impact the life of a Reverse Osmosis Membrane. Please contact us if you require further information about cartridge replacements.
50 gpd Reverse Osmosis Membrane Specifications
● Flow Rate: 50 Gallons / 200 Liters Per Day
● Dimensions: 11.74″ X 1.75″
● Replace every 2 – 6 years
● Maximum temperature 38c
● Thin Film Membrane (TFM)
● Meets FDA requirements for food and beverage contact
● Certified to NSF/ANSI 58
● Membrane sheet from Saehan
● Model: TFC-1812-50
● Brand: CSM
● Capacity: more than 97% removal of impurities
Estimated Membrane Rejection:
|Substance||% rejection||Substance||% rejection|
|Ammonium||85-90||Tin (11) Sulfate||83-87|
The Waste ( Brine ) port requires an external flow control (flow restrictor) that is sized to the membrane capacity, typically a 3:1 ratio.