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Aquatec® CDP-6800 Booster Pump. 6800 Series (Low Flow). For membranes up to 50 GPD. The CDP-6800 Series pumps are also compatible with most hydraulic shut-off valves with the optional PSW shut off tank controller switch.
Includes Transformer & Pressure Switch
- Outstanding toughness, durability
- Designed for 30,000+ operating hours
- Adjustable pressure boost between 40-120 PSI
- Outlet pressures up to 160 PSI
- EMI/RFI electronic noise suppression
- Extremely quiet operation, less than 45 DBA
- Expels trapped air, eliminates air locks
- Runs dry without damage
- Pumphead can be mounted up or down
- Self-priming, 60 inch lift
- Improved venting system removes moisture
- 1/4" tube quick connectors built in
- Low voltage (24Vac) for maximum safety
- Corrosion resistant exterior
POWER: The CDP-6800 Series pumps operate safely with low energy (24 watts), low voltage (24Vac) motors
115V transformer (included)
3/8" PSW Tank Pressure Switch (included)
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Ratings & Reviews
My original RO filter system is located in the basement and did not have a booster pump I have a 20 ft run to the kitchen faucet plus the vertical head. The system has a 2.5 gallon storage tank. Delivery of filtered water was unsatisfactory taking extended periods to fill a glass. I purchased the CDP 6800. Installation was very simple requiring about 5 minutes including installation of the pressure switch. The pump tucked neatly into the space between the pre filter and carbon canisters so it took up zero additional space. We now have exceptional flow rates and can serve pitchers full of treated water at the table.Comment
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What is the warranty on these pumps?
1-Year for manufacturing defects, but that almost never happens. What happens is people apply them in ways they should not be used and they run 24/7 and burn up.
can the Aquatec CDP-6800 Booster Pump (With Transformer & Switch) be used without a RO? The water dispenser on my refrigerator drips due to a lack of pressure. I have a well and need a iron filter and water softener which drops the pressure. Please let me know or if you have a idea to fix the pressure problem. Thank you
Yes it can or you can also use a permeate pump on the RO. It’s non-electric: https://www.uswatersystems.com/non-electric-reverse-osmosis-permeate-pump-erp-500.html
I can replace the RO Tank by a RO pump?I ask because I have no physical space for the tank installation. I understand that the tank serves to water pressure in the system.Tank'sAlexandre
An RO system must have a tank due to the low output of RO systems. A pump would not increase the output of the actual system. The tank also serves as available volume and not just pressure.
how do you adjust the out pressure
The external pressure switch has a small allen screw that can but used to adjust the IN/OUT pressures. It is a #8 allen wrench.