200 GPD Commercial RO System lead mercury taste & more, QC Ports w/All filters
The iFilters RO200Q Reverse Osmosis (RO) system is one of the most convenient and economical methods of reducing unwanted contaminates in your drinking water.
The iFilters Light Commercial Reverse Osmosis system provides unlimited ultra-pure, highest quality drinking water for cooking, making delicious coffee, tea & ice. The RO200Q is low cost and saves hundreds of dollars a year by eliminating costly bottled water delivery and service contracts and expenses. This RO system produces ultra-safe water that is 99% contaminant free.
Great for organizations on municipal water with good water pressure. Perfect for providing drinking water for offices, schools, laboratories, restaurants, coffee shops, hotels or your home.
The iFilters RO200Q Reverse Osmosis system provides 200 gallons per day (GPD) of clean, clear, refreshing Ultra-Pure drinking water and is suitable for home, manufacturing, restaurants, food processing industries, shopping centers, schools, hotels, laboratories, hospitals and many other uses where high production of RO water is needed.
All the necessary fittings, installation kits, 1/4" tubing, and a long-reach chrome faucet included. Basic household tools are needed to install. Installation usually takes less than an hour.
1st Stage: 5 micron high-capacity polypropylene sediment filter. 2nd Stage: 5 micron Carbon Filter. 3rd Stage: CTO Carbon Filter. 4th Stage: 2 High Rejection 100 GPD TFC reverse osmosis membrane NSF approved.
Reduces: lead, cooper, barium, chromium, mercury, sodium, cadmium, fluoride, nitrite, nitrate, and selenium.Specifications:
- Daily Production Rates of 200 GPD.
- Water Tank is NOT Include.
- Recovery Rate of 1:4 Product Waste.
- Nominal Salt Rejection of 98%.
- Operating Pressure 40 - 80 PSI.
- Operating Temperature 40 - 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Water Hardness < 120 PPM (7 GPG).
- Ph Range: 3 - 11.
- TDS less-than 1000 PPM.
**** Replace Pre filters (Stages 1 - 3) every 3-9 months. Replace 100 GPD RO membranes every 12 - 24 months. ****