OCEANIC WELL WATER REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER SYSTEM WITH PERMEATE PUMP, UV AND SCALE REDUCTION FILTER.
This is a 6 Stage System that includes the following:
1st stage Sediment Filter Cartridge .
Remove Sediment Rust From the Water
2nd stage Anti-Scaling phosphate / GAC Water Filter Cartridge
3rd Stage Carbon Block
4th Stage Reverse Osmosis Membrane 50 GPD
5th Stage GAC inline Water Filter 2″ x 10″
Ultraviolet water purification systems are used in many applications that includes home/residential (both well water and municipal water supplies), commercial, and industrial. Here is a list of several applications where the power of UV water sterilizers are commonly used to treat and protect the water supply for contaminates such as bacteria and viruses. Applications include private wells, campgrounds, hotels, bottlers, aquaculture, hospitals, food, cottages, restaurants, breweries, water systems, laboratories, marine, pharmaceutical, dairies and many other applications.
TYPICAL REJECTION CHARACTERISTICS OF R.O. MEMBRANES
Elements and the Percent R.O. Membranes will remove
Sodium 85 – 94%
Sulfate 96 – 98%
Calcium 94 – 98%
Potassium 85 – 95%
Nitrate 60 –75%
Iron 94 – 98%
Zinc 95 – 98%
Mercury 95 – 98%
Selenium 94 – 96%
Phosphate 96 – 98%
Lead 95 – 98%
Arsenic 92 – 96%
Magnesium 94 – 98%
Nickel 96 – 98%
Fluoride 85 – 92%
Manganese 94 – 98%
Cadmium 95 – 98%
Barium 95 – 98%
Cyanide 84 – 92%
Chloride 85 – 92%
% may vary based on membrane type water pressure, temperature & TDS
This unit also comes with a Permeate Pump
A typical reverse osmosis system utilizes an automatic shut-off valve (ASO) that stops the RO system from producing water when the holding tank reaches 50%-67% of the incoming water pressure. As the holding tank gets close to being full, the quality of the water produced by the system begins to diminish, as well as sending more water down the drain due to the increasing back pressure from the holding tank.
When a permeate pump is installed, the RO membrane is isolated from this back pressure and allows the RO membrane to operate with up to 85% of the incoming water pressure, even when the holding tank is nearly full. This dramatically improves the efficiency of the membrane and overall quality of your water, as well as increasing the pressure and related volume of stored water in the holding tank.
How a Reverse Osmosis Permeate Pump Works
Permeate Pumps for a reverse osmosis system are simple, yet revolutionary devices that use the energy of the water going to the drain as leverage to push the purified water into the holding tank. “Permeate” is a technical term for the purified water that is produced through the reverse osmosis membrane. The water that is sent down the drain after rinsing the membrane is called the “Brine.” This device does not require any electricity because the pump is using hydraulic energy that normally goes to the drain unused. By using a permeate pump, the pump isolates the tank from the membrane and lets the membrane perform as though it were in an atmospheric tank system.