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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION, 5 Stage Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Systems. Model no RO585, Capacity Generates 45 to 85 gallons per day depends on water temperature pressure chemistry variations. System includes,RO unit 5 stage unit all filters included. Storage Tank Pressurized tank with pre charge pressure of 7 10 psi powder coated steel construction with Food. Grade butyl water bladder NSF listed, Water Dispensing Faucet lead free long reach goose neck type chrome steel locking lever for continuous dispensing. Hardware feed water adapter feed water valve drain saddle valve tank valve and screws. Installation Service manual,System Requirements, Working pressure 40 to 80 psi feed water pressure required if below 40 psi a booster pump is needed We have a RO.
system with booster pump assembly If the input pressure is above 80 psi you MUST put a pressure regulator to reduce. the pressure below 80 psi,Working temperature 100 40 deg F 37 4 deg C. pH range 2 11, If feed water has hardness level above 300 ppm we recommend putting a water softener prior to the RO system. If feed water has iron rust problem we recommend putting a iron filter prior to the RO system. If feed water has bacteria problem we recommend putting an ultra violet sterilizing system prior to RO system. Filter Service Life, 1st Stage Sediment filter Recommend changing every 6 12 months Replacement filter Part no 201. 2nd Stage Carbon block filter Recommend changing every 6 12 months Replacement filter Part no 205. 3rd Stage Carbon block filter Recommend changing every 6 12 months Replacement filter Part no 205. 4th Stage TFC TFM membrane Recommend changing every 2 3 years Replacement filter Part no 385. 5th Stage Inline carbon filter Recommend changing every 6 12 months Replacement filter Part no 213. The filters membrane used are all standard sizes, RO unit Length 15 inch Width 5 inch Height 16 inch. Storage tank Diameter 10 inch Height 15 inch,Faucet 9 inch above counter top.
1 years Limited Warranty on parts components Filters are not under warranty. Performance, Average Rejection rate 92 to 98 of dissolved solids after RO. Purification Processes Filter specifications, Removes microbiological contaminants like Cysts protozoan inorganic Radiological contaminants like Barium. Cadmium Copper Chromium hexvavalent Chromim trivalent Fluoride Lead Radium 226 228 Selenium etc. Ammonia Arsenic chloramines chlorine copper lead nitrate phosphate silica hardness calcium magnesium other. dissolved solids, 1st stage 5 micron sediment filter 2 3 4 x 9 7 8 height made by 100 pure polypropylene fibers. 2nd 3rd stage carbon filter 2 3 4 x 9 height composed of high performance coconut shell carbon. 4th stage TFC TFM type membrane 75 GPD 1 x 11 long. 5th stage Inline carbon filter polishing filter improves taste 2 x 10. Thank you for choosing Watergeneral Reverse Osmosis Water Systems You now own a superb Reverse Osmosis RO. system that effectively reducing most contaminants organic and inorganic compound unwanted taste and odor from tap. water It is designed to transform your tap water into distill water. Read carefully and follow the instruction in this manual before proceeding with actual installation Failure to do so could. result in personal injury or damage to the equipment or other properties Be sure to follow any special plumbing codes in. CHECK LIST,1 Reverse Osmosis Unit,2 Water storage tank. 3 Installation kit consists tank ball valve drain saddle valve feed water adapter feed water needle valve faucet. assembly tubing tube inserts,4 Installation manual.
INSTALLATION KIT,1 Chrome dispensing faucet,2 Tank ball valve or On Off valve. 3 Drain saddle clamp,5 Bottom filter housing wrench. 6 tube insert,7 feed water adapter,8 chrome ball valve for water supply. NOTE Item 6 tube inserts are not required in the installation but you can put them in three places 1 tubing. connection at 1st stage filter 2 tubing connection at tank ball valve 3 tubing connection at dispensing faucet. RECOMMENDED TOOLS LIST,Variable speed drill 1 8 7 16 and 5 8 drill bit. 5 8 9 16 open end wrench or adjustable wrench pliers Phillips screwdriver. Utility knife or scissor Teflon tape,OPERATING PARAMETER.
Working pressure 40 to 80 psi feed water pressure required If input pressure is below 40 psi a booster pump or a. permeate pump is needed We have a RO system with built in permeate pumps and we also carry booster pumps. If the input water pressure is above 80 psi you must use a pressure regulator to step down the pressure We. also carry small pressure regulators just for the RO system. Working temperature 100 40 deg F 37 4 deg C, If feed water has hardness level above 300 ppm we recommend putting a water softener prior to the RO system. If feed water has iron rust problem we recommend putting an iron filter prior to the RO system. If feed water has bacteria problem we recommend putting an ultra violet sterilizing system prior to RO system. WARNING Do not use this RO DI system alone to treat water with bacteria problem or water source with unknown. WARNING Do not connect HOT water source to this unit. WARNING Incorrect installation will VOID the warranty. WARNING Input pressure must not exceed 80 psi Pressure regulator must be installed to reduce pressure. WARNING Using other brand of replacement filters and parts will void the warranty. About the system, Reverse Osmosis process is a separation process Tap water enters the system and it is separated at the 4th stage. membrane filter One side would go to the storage tank purified water the other side carrying all the minerals is purged. to the drain The ratio of purified water to drain water is 1 3 That means for every gallon of water you use it will drain 3. to 4 gallons The drain is required for the RO process to work If the drain is intentionally shut off all the minerals will. be accumulated inside the membrane and it would permanently damaged the membrane filter. All Reverse Osmosis units require purging of water when it s producing water. Production rate The system uses a 75 GPD gallons per day RO membrane The actual production rate will depend on. water input pressure temperature and water chemistry At optimal condition the membrane will make 85 GPD but on. average it would make about 45 to 60 gallons per day or about 2 to 3 gallons per hour. Drain rate The drain rate of the system is set at 600 mL min using a flow restrictor This drain rate is constant. independent of input pressure If the input water supply is very hard 17 grains or the TDS reading is above 700 ppm. it would be advantageous to change the membrane to 50GPD in order to get better rejection and prolong the life of the. membrane filter,ASSEMBLY QUICK VIEW, Carbon Carbon Sediment 1 Put upper portion of the unit on top of the filter housing. 1 Remove plastic wrap on the filters 2 Screw on filter housing vertically to the filter housing cap by hand. 2 Insert the filters as shown above 3 Then use filter housing wrench to tighten the each housing. INSTALLATION QUICK VIEW,4 connections Color of tubing. A Feed water valve Red or orange,B Dispensing Faucet Blue.
C Drain saddle valve Black,D Tank ball valve Yellow. INSTALLATION for under the sink installation,STEP 1 TAPPING INTO COLD WATER SUPPLY. The water supply to your RO unit MUST come from COLD water line Hot water will damage your RO system. 1 Locate cold water shut off valve under the sink and turn it off Open cold water faucet to release the pressure and make sure. there is no water, 2 Put 3 turns of Teflon tape on threaded ends of the angle needle valve or the ball valve. 3 Determine the best location for putting the feed water adapter Do you have a flexible line or a solid copper tube Is the. flexible line with smooth surface or spiral line Is there enough space for installing feed water adapter More radius or more. space is required if you first joint the feed water adapter with the needle valve Is the size of fitting thread the same as the. feed water adapter, 4 You can either joint the angle needle valve to the feed water adapter first or install adapter to cold water supply line first It. depends on how much space is available under the sink. 5 For FLEX line Loosen nut and separate cold water riser tube from faucet shank Gently bend riser tube so that feed water. adapter fits onto faucet shank Use the Existing cone washer if the existing cone water is badly damaged use the new cone. water provided in the kit NOTE If you have a spiral type flex tube riser you NEED to use the existing cone water since. the cone washer we provided is straight not spiral Use Teflon tape on threaded parts to prevent leaks Then tighten the. connection, 6 For Solid Copper riser Same procedure as flex tubing except you must cut a piece of the riser tube about 3 4 to 1 so the.
adapter can fit between faucet and riser tube Use Teflon tape to prevent leaks. 7 Install the angle needle valve to adapter if you have not done so in procedure 4. 8 For connecting red tubing to angle needle valve refer to the photo below Then push tubing through the brass nut then the. sleeve then put plastic insert inside the tubing then push sleeve against the insert then screw on the brass nut Don t over. tighten it But it has to be tight,Many times it is easier to use the existing. cone washer than using the new one,If there is not enough space under the sink. base or it s difficult to get to you can,disconnect the riser from the cold water valve. side If the fitting size does not match buy,size changing fittings or buy a new flex riser. with matching sizes,Many times it is easier to buy an additional.
stainless steel braded flex riser and a,nipple to put in between the bottom of the. faucet male thread and the feed water adapter,Don t buy the spiral type so you can easily. put the feed water adapter between two risers,This is the EASIEST way Spend additional. 1 buy a pipe to pipe hose 5 on the riser may save you a lot of time. 1 feed water adapter connect to 2 to nipple fitting 3 adapter. base of kitchen faucet 4 your existing faucet pipe. Feed water adapter with Ball valve,1 put Teflon tape on the thread put only 3 turns. 2 push tubing through the nut,3 push tubing all the way into the connection.
4 screw on the nut tight using a wrench, NOTE The system uses compression fitting connections When connecting tubing to. the system first you must unscrew the compression nut off the fitting then pass the tubing. through the compression nut about 1 then screw on to the fitting then use a 5 8 wrench to. tighten the nut until the thread is not visible Don t over tighten it. STEP 2 INSTALLING THE DISPENSING FAUCET, 1 faucet base The faucet should be positioned with aesthetics function. 2 small washer and convenience in mind An ample flat surface is. chrome plate required for the faucet base so that it can be drawn down. 3 large washer tight Also check the under sink area of the desired. 4 kitchen sink location to see if there is ample space to complete the. 5 bottom plate faucet installation,6 lock washer, 7 lock nut If the space is not available on the upper sink area the. 8 tube insert faucet could be positioned on the counter top at the edge. 9 sleeve of the sink Be sure to watch for obstructions below i e. 10 faucet nut drawers cabinet walls support braces etc If the counter. top is ceramic tile the method for drilling the hole should. be the same as for porcelain sink,drill 5 8 hole on. the sink NOTE The sink drilling process although not. complicated requires a certain amount of caution and. forethought Porcelain sink can chip if care is not. PORCELAIN ENAMEL SINK STAINLESS STEEL SINK ALUMIUM SINK. A 5 8 hole is required for the faucet It is recommended that you get special drill bit for porcelain and tile counter. 1 Place a piece of masking tape or duct tape on the determined location where the hole is to be drilled. 2 Use a variable speed drill at slow speed with 1 8 drill bit and drill a centering hole in the center of the desired. faucet location,3 Enlarge the hole using a 1 4 drill bit.
4 Enlarge the hole using 7 16 1 2 and 5 8 drill bit Pause occasionally to cool drill bits. 5 File or clean the surrounding area and remove the masking or duct tape NOTE the metal chips on porcelain will. stain very fast, 6 DON T put Teflon tape at the tip of the threaded mounting base of the faucet since it s a compression fitting. 7 Put the small rubber washer the chrome base plate large rubber washer according to the diagram through the. threaded mounting tube at the base of the faucet, 8 From under the sink install the bottom plate lock washer and nut Then screw on tightly. 9 According to the diagram put the brass nut through the BLUE tubing first then plastic sleeve preferred or brass. sleeve then the plastic insert Push the white plastic sleeve against the insert. 10 Screw on the Blue tubing with brass nut to the faucet base Uses wrench to tighten the nut but don t over tighten. it Too tight would cause leak, 11 The spout can swivel 360 degrees The faucet lever can be pushed down for dispensing or pulled up for. continuing dispensing,STEP 3 MOUNTING THE TANK BALL VALVE. Do not release air from the air valve on the lower side of the storage tank It is pre charged at 7 psi at the factory. screw on ball valve hand tight push tubing,the tank can be positioned.
INSTALLATION amp SERVICE MANUAL Under the sink Reverse Osmosis Water Systems Model RO 585 5 Stage RO system 85 gal day at 80 psi RO 585A 5 Stage RO system with digital Water Quality TDS meter

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