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US Water Economy 200 GPD RO System
Do you need a light duty commercial reverse osmosis system that can deliver up to 200 GPD with water that has TDS levels of up to 1,000, but also don’t want to break the bank? Then the USCRO-200FR is simply the best solution. It features a frame-mount that can be either mounted on the wall or used as a floor mount system.
This systems comes four ways:
- Without a Tank
- With a 4.5 Gallon Metal Tank
- With a 14 Gallon Metal Tank
- With a 20 Gallon Metal Tank
*Product Flow rates are based on equipment test parameters.
**Call for other voltage options.
***Does not include operating space requirements.
Test Parameters: *550 TDS Filtered (5 Micron), De-Chlorinated, Municipal Feed Water, 100 psi (6.89 bar) Operating Pressure, 77 Degrees F (25 Degrees C), Recovery as stated, 7.0 pH. Data taken after 60 minutes of operation. Scale prevention measures must be taken to prolong membrane life.
Low temperatures and high feed water TDS levels will significantly affect system’s production capabilities. Performance projections should be run for individual applications which do not meet or exceed minimum and maximum operating limits.
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|System Type||Wall Mount|
|Manufacturer||US Water Systems|
|Warranty||1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty|
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What is the max intake pressure it can handle from the water pressure at my house. IT is 80 during the day. I have had another brand fail already
I'm looking for a system that will be used on an (Ice maker- Sink Faucet and a Pot Filler over my stove ). The pot filler needs to have a flow rate that would be as the normal faucet capacity has to fill up pots for cooking 2 to 3 gallons. Total consumption should be less than 20-25 gallons per day but I am concerned of low pressure at the filler. Please advise your recommendation for a R/O system to handle these requirements. Thank You
Here is what you should use with a 20 gallon tank. The pressure will be great. Use ½” PEX tubing:
You don't mention anything about voltages or how it is installed. I did not see a manual either. Thanks
There is no voltage listed because it does not use electricity.
Does this system require a tank? I have one already. I've got a 300 GPD hooked up, but I can just unplug that and plug this in correct?
Yes, you should use a tank and you can use your existing one.
what is valve of RO systemI’m not sure what you are asking. If you are referring to the shut off control, we use a pressure switch that will shut the pump and incoming water off when the permeate line is pressurized. This works with a pressure tank or float operated solenoid valve for an atmospheric tank.
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