4 Stage Compact Aquarium Reverse Osmosis 100 GPD Unit with Inline DI Chamber for Tropical Fish, Marine & Discus by Finerfilters

4 Stage Compact Aquarium Reverse Osmosis 100 GPD Unit with Inline DI Chamber for Tropical Fish, Marine & Discus by Finerfilters

Product ID: FF-RO-SYST-COMP-4-100GPD

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£48.99 inc. VAT
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Finerfilters 4 Stage Compact Reverse Osmosis Unit with DI Resin Filter for Tropical/Marine/Discus (100 GPD)

Finerfilters 4 stage compact reverse osmosis RO unit with DI resin filter. This unit is available in three different sizes (50gpd, 75gpd and 100gpd). GPD = gallons of product water (approx) produced per day. Our quality 4 stage compact RO units come with all accessories required for immediate setup, allowing you to produce pure RO water at home!

This includes:

- 1 x 4 Stage RO Unit (including Inline Sediment and Carbon filter and DI Resin Filter)

- 1 x 100 gpd RO Membrane

- 1 x Waste Water Clamp

- 1 x Membrane Housing Spanner

- 1 x Mains Pipe Connector

- 1 x Garden Tap Connector

- 1 x Length of 1/4" RO Tubing 

System Dimensions:

Length: 36cm

Height: 26cm

Width: 10cm

Please note: The system requires a minimum of 40 PSI or 3 Bar to work. Reverse Osmosis Systems Waste Water to make water, this is normal and the same with all RO systems, as this is the way the membrane rejects the impure water.

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Finerfilters 4 Stage Compact Reverse Osmosis Unit with DI Resin Filter for Tropical/Marine/Discus (100 GPD)

Reverse Osmosis is a technology that is used to remove the large majority (98%+) of contaminants from water. The reverse osmosis system works by pushing the water under pressure through a number of increasingly smaller filters and finally through a semi-permeable membrane essentially trapping all contaminants.

The membrane can last between 1 and 3 years dependent on water hardness, filters to be replaced every six months.

System Dimensions:

Length: 36cm

Height: 26cm

Width: 10cm

Please note: The system requires a minimum of 40 PSI or 3 Bar to work. Reverse Osmosis Systems Waste Water to make water, this is normal and the same with all RO systems, as this is the way the membrane rejects the impure water.

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