Finerfilters 4 Stage Aquarium Reverse Osmosis Unit with DI Chamber For Marine, Tropical and Discus Fish (100 GPD)

Finerfilters 4 Stage Aquarium Reverse Osmosis Unit with DI Chamber For Marine, Tropical and Discus Fish (100 GPD)

Product ID: FF-AQ-4STAGE-DI-100GPD

Availability: In stock

£73.99 inc. VAT
Description

Finerfilters 4 Stage Reverse Osmosis Unit with DI Chamber

Stage 1: Polypropylene sediment pre-filter cartridge removes sand, rust, silt and other sediments up to 5 Micron

Stage 2: Activated carbon block the carbon is formed in specially pressured, high density blocks to gain high adsorption rate of chlorine, other chemicals and multiparticle organic substances.

Stage 3: Reverse Osmosis Membrane

Stage 4: Refillable DI resin inline cartridge, used after RO process to further reduce your TDS reading

It is recommended that filters should be changed every 6 months, and membrane every 1-3 years depending on water hardness.

Dimensions: H 44cm x W 35cm x D 13cm

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Details

Finerfilters 4 Stage Reverse Osmosis Unit with DI Chamber (100 GPD)

This 4-stage unit has a DI chamber, which is supplied with high quality DI Resin. After passing through the membrane, the filtered water is passed through the DI resin, to reduce the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS).

This includes:

1 x 4 Stage RO Unit

1 x RO Membrane (100 GPD)

1 x 5 Micron Sediment Filter

1 x Carbon Block Filter

1 x Refillable Resin Holder Cartridge with Resin

1 x Waste Water Clamp

1 x Housing Spanner

1 x Membrane Housing Spanner

1 x Self-Piercing Feed Water Valve

1 x Length of 1/4" RO Tubing

1 x Instruction Manual

Working pressure: 2.8 - 6 bar Working temperature: 2- 45°C. 

Dimensions: H 44cm x W 35cm x D 13cm

Reviews

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1 Review(s)
31 December 2018
Recommended
Bought for aquarium use. My first RO unit, so followed set-up instructions carefully. It's supplied with components to allow it to be permanently plumbed into the mains, but I'm using it in a portable setting. Once set up, TDS reduced to 0 (from the usual 400-450 in my area). Seems to be producing about 10 litres/2.2 gallons per hour. So, way short of the 100 GPD, but that will be due to local water pressure rather than a fault with the unit. (10 litres an hour is fine for me anyway. I only use 25 litres a week at present.) In terms of waste water to RO water, I seem to be getting about 1 litre RO to 5 or 6 litres waste. I guess this is influenced by water pressure and tap water purity, but again, this is fine (and the waste will end up watering the garden). Apart from the fact that it's the fish in the aquarium who should be writing this review and not me, I'm very happy with this purchase.
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