The ERO375 removes 99.3% of lead
Reverse Osmosis Filtration
• Industry rated, 50 gallons per day membrane production rate, (actual production rate will vary depending on water usage and conditions).
• The filters are enclosed for cleanliness and ease of replacement.
• Changing filters does not require turning off the water, a simple 1/4 turn of the filter shuts off the water and the filter is released at the same time.
How does RO work?
- Household water is directed through a prefilter for filtration to remove sediment, chlorine taste and odor, and particulate matter.
- The water is then forced, by pressure, through a semi permeable membrane where a high percentage of the dissolved solids, etc. are rejected and flushed to the drain.
- Filtered water is reserved in the storage tank until needed. An activated carbon absorption block filter that removes tastes and odors polishes the water immediately before going to the faucet.
ERO 375 Specifications
|Feed water pressure (min.-max.)||40-100 psi|
|Feed water temperature (min.-max.)||40-100oF - 38oC|
|Maximum Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)||2,000 ppm|
|Membrane percent rejection of TDS||92%|
|System product water production rate (gal. per day)*||17.4|
|Feed water pH limits||4-11 pH|
|Maximum hydrogen sulfide||0|
|Type of membrane||thin film composite|
|Prefilter (sediment/chlorine)||block carbon|
|Postfilter (taste/odor)||block carbon|
|Storage tank capacity||3.1 gal.|
|Automatic shut-off valve||yes|
|Shipping weight||22 lbs.|
|Plumbing Connection Provided (inches)||3/4 and 1|
|ERO 375: For municipal and well water supplies. Chlorine must not exceed 2.0 ppm.|
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