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Reverse Osmosis Water Filters
Portable RO-100 for Municipal Water on Demand, sale price
$189.95 $169.95 INCLUDES A FREE TDS METER.
Produce quality drinking water for cooking, coffee, tea, ice cubes, food preparation, baby formula and more with our reverse osmosis water filter.
Our membrane has been certified by the NSF (standard 58) for the following contaminants: Arsenic V (inorganic) , Barium, Cadmium, Chromium (Hexavalent), Chromium (Trivalent), Copper, Cysts, Turbidity, Fluoride, Lead, Radium 226/228, Selenium, and TDS. (reverse osmosis will remove 80 to 90 percent of the fluoride in municipal water). Note: the RO membrane will NOT remove organic arsenic III, arsenite trivalent.
See http://www.govengr.com/ArticlesSep07/dare.pdf for an article from Government Engineering (govengr.com) in a study using reverse osmosis to reduce arsenic III in Dare County, North Carolina states:
"Virtually 100 percent of the arsenic in the treated water from the NRO facility
was found to be As(III), which is not readily removed by most treatment
processes, including RO."
Our 100 gallon per day membrane is superior to most RO systems using 25 to 50 gallon per day membranes. Our filter produces 2 gallons of pure water in about 30 minutes unlike the 25 to 50 gallon membrane RO filtersthat take over 3 or 4 hours for a gallon of water.
Portable Reverse Osmosis Countertop Drinking Water Filter System for Water On Demand -- 100 Gallon Per Day
Our Best Fluoride Removal Filter using a Reverse Osmosis Membrane--Takes out just about everything from your water. Includes a free pH meter-$29.95 value.
PRO-100 Portable 3-Stage Reverse Osmosis Filter - with faster 100 gallon per day membrane GE equivalent TLC membrane, free TDS meter. Output 1 gallon in about 15 minutes. Suggested retail $329,
Sale Price - $189.95 now $169.95 and free shipping (continental US only). ORDER NOW! VIEW CART/CHECKOUT
The PRO-100 portable reverse osmosis system uses the newest GE Osmonics 100 gallon per day TLC RO membrane that makes a glass of pure water in about 12 seconds (requires at least 50 psi water pressure to operate). Just connect it to your faucet with the diverter valve (value may vary from picture), turn on your tap water, and collect the pure water either directly into your glass, or into a storage bottle. This is a 3 stage system with a KDF/GAC pre-filter for chlorine, taste and odors followed by a GE equivlent Osmonics membrane for removing minerals, heavy metals, fluoride, sodium and more, and a coconut shell GAC (granulated activated carbon) post filter for final polishing. Click for instructions.
The GE Osmonics equivalent membrane has been certified by the NSF (standard 58) to remove Arsenic, Barium, Cadmium, Chromium (Hexavalent), Chromium (Trivalent), Copper, Cysts, Turbidity, Fluoride, Lead, Radium 226/228, Selenium, and TDS. (reverse osmosis will remove 80 to 90 percent of the fluoride in municipal water--will not remove arsenc III). Chloramines will be reduced by the KDF/GAC pre-filter and post carbon filter.
- 100 gallon per day GE Osmonics (r) or equivalent TLC standard membrane ** - for fast recovery time and high removal rates, 15 minutes per gallon at 93%. NSF-58 certified.
- Pre-filter with integrated 5 micron sediment pad and KDF/GAC for chlorination removal and membrane protection (2 year life)
- Coconut shell carbon GAC Post Filter for final polishing of taste (1 year life)
- Connects to your faucet with diverter valve for water on demand: a glass of pure water in about 12 seconds **
- Includes TDS meter for checking membrane
- Sized for travel at 14" x 6" x 4"
5 year prorated warranty on housing, 2 years prorated on membrane.
** Note: RO filters will waste 4 gallons of water for every gallon generated. If you have water usage restrictions, consider using one of our conventional filter systems.
KDF/GAC Cartridge Warranty & Clogging
Our warranty does not cover sediment clogging. If your municipal water contains a high level of sediment, you should add a sediment pre-filter to protect the KDF/GAC filter from clogging. New York City area water is known to have this problem.
Click for R/O membrane test data.
Click for information on our TDS meter (checks membrane performance).
Notice: consumer is responsible for following any state and/or local regulations and plumbing codes pertinent to the purchase, installation and operation of our products.
* - Complies with NSF-61 and California Prop. 65 standards