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Booster Pumps and Kits

  1. Grand Forest Diaphragm Booster Pump and Transformer for Reverse Osmosis Systems – 50 GPD
    £44.99 inc. VAT

    Finerfilters Replacement Diaphragm Booster Pump

    This pump is designed for reverse osmosis systems.  ** NOTE: This pump is not designed for 24/7 usage and will need to be rested for 10-15 minutes every 5 to 6 hours.

    Model: 50G-S

    Volts:    24VDC

    Inlet Pressure: 29PSI

    Current At 80Psi: <0.75A

    Flow At 80Psi:    >0.55LPM

    Open Flow: 1LPM

    Max Output Pressure: 120-140PSI

    Finerfilters Replacement Transformer AC/DC Adaptor

    Model: AD-2412

    Input: 220V-240VAC 50Hz/60Hz

    Output: 24VDC 1.2A

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  2. Finerfilters E-Chen 50GPD Reverse Osmosis RO Booster Pump
    £50.99 inc. VAT

    Finerfilters E-Chen 50GPD Reverse Osmosis RO Booster Pump

    Technical Specifications:

    Pump: 24 volt, 0.65 amp

    Flow rate: 0.6 litres per minute

    Pump ports: 3/8” female threads

    Working pressure: 80Psi

    Power Supply: Input 220/240v 50htz / Output 1.3 amp, 24 volts (works with normal UK electricity supply)

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  3. Finerfilters E-Chen Booster Pump Kit including Pump, Pressure Gauge and Pressure Switch (50GPD)
    £63.99 inc. VAT

    Finerfilters E-Chen Booster Pump Kit including Pump, Pressure Gauge and Pressure Switch (50GPD)

    NOTE: The pressure switch will only work with units that use a float valve or water stored in a pressurised container. If you don't have either of these - the system will still work. However, you will still have to turn the pump off manually.

    The booster pump kit by Finerfilters allows you to convert your unpumped domestic reverse osmosis system into an automated pumped system. The high-pressure switch allows the pump to switch itself off once the storage tank is full. Without the high-pressure switch, the booster pump would need to be turned off manually.

    For aquarium systems, the pump would only switch itself off if you have a float valve or are storing the RO water in a pressurised container.

    The high-pressure switch sits in-line on the tubing to your tank and senses a build-up of pressure once the tank is full. The switch, which is married up to the pump via electrical connectors, switches off the pump once the pressure reaches over a certain point (pre-set at 40 PSI, but is adjustable if you would like to fine tune this).

    The bypass assembly allows you to change the output pressure on your booster pump. Some pumps come with adjustable allen screws that can reduce the pressure output of the pump if required. However, this method of adjusting the pressure can sometimes be a pain, as you must awkwardly fine tune the tiny allen screw in the booster pump head with an allen key. With the bypass assembly, a ¼” shut off valve is used to allow some of the water to skip the booster pump which will reduce the pressure output if it is too high. You can also tune the pump output by hand if you use the 1/4“shut off valve.

    The kit comes with all necessary fittings and installation instructions.

    Minimum operating pressure = 2 BAR / 29 PSI

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