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High Flow 6.0 GPM High Flow DI Quad Parallel Deionization System
The absolute best way to deliver DI water when you need high flows is with a US Water DI-QUAD, not with a big, bulky and labor-intensive exchange tank. A US Water DI-QUAD can save you thousands of dollars a year in exchange tank costs. You can manifold two or four systems together to get a peak flow of 12 or 24 GPM. The DI Quad is best for applications involving laboratory grade water, high purity water and all applications when exceptional quality water is needed.
- Utilizes parallel-flow DI Cartridges to achieve 6.0 GPM Peak Flow
- Heavy-duty powder coated steel frames with padded feet
- Filters are at a height where they can be easily changed standing up
- 3/4" flow throughout
- Built with Schedule 80 PVC for high-purity water
- Includes filter wrench to remove housings
- OPTIONAL: Choice of quality light for each bank so you can know when to change filters:
- 50 K
- 200 K
- 500 K
- 1 Meg/ohm
- 38" L x 44" H x 18" W
Remember, the Highest purity water is made with prolonged contact. The longer the contact time, the higher the quality water. So, while this system will flow 6.0 GPM, you will make better quality water at lower flow rates. The system comes with a 6.0 GPM flow restrictor, but we can provide a 5.0 GPM flow restrictor or even a 4.0 GPM restrictor if you request it (same price).
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How many cartidges does this unit require? How often do they need to be replaced? What is the expected lifetime of this unit?
There are 4 cartridges.
The replacement depends upon how many gallons you use and what the incoming water quality is.
You almost always want to pre-treat the water entering this system with a reverse osmosis system.
How much electricity does this use during operation?
Our water has a ppm of 950-1100 salt,how often would filter need changed , want to filter whole house
That’s a bad idea. It’s not the way to treat this water. DI would be cost prohibitive. You might spend $375 a day on filters. There are much better and dramatically less expensive ways to do this. Give one of our water Specialists a call. 800-608-8792