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400 GPD Reverse Osmosis Membranes

Finerfilters, our selection includes a wide array of reverse osmosis membranes and housings to meet diverse system specifications.

Operating at extremely low pressure, 400 GPD RO membranes find applications in water purification systems utilised in residences and commercial industries. At its peak performance, it yields up to 400 US Gallons per day (GPD) or 63.09 Liters per hour (1.51 cubic meters) daily (under optimal conditions).

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Our Reverse Osmosis Membrane Range

If 400 GPD RO membranes aren’t what you’re looking for, you’ll be pleased to know that we offer a range of membranes to match different RO flow rates. Our membranes come from top brands such as Vontron, Spectrum and our premium in-house brand.

Discover some of our bestselling RO membrane options:

Explore our assortment of RO Membrane Upgrade Kits and RO Membrane Housings, designed to maximise the efficiency of your reverse osmosis system for optimal results.

Reach Out For Expert Advice

If you're new to Reverse Osmosis and have questions about your needs, don't hesitate to contact us for expert advice and information. Our knowledgeable team are always happy to help.

FAQs

How frequently should I change my Reverse Osmosis membrane?

The lifespan of an RO membrane fluctuates based on factors like water quality and usage patterns. Generally, we recommend replacement every 6 to 12 months, especially in areas with high water hardness. Consistent monitoring and maintenance aid in gauging the optimal time for replacement.

How do you replace a 400 GPD RO membrane?

To replace an RO membrane, first, turn off the water and depressurise the system. Remove the housing, disconnect the old membrane, and install the new one following manufacturer's instructions. Reassemble, pressurise, flush the system, and check for leaks. Dispose of the old membrane properly. If you need any help or advice, reach out to the Finerfilters team.

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