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Asked Question


Q: What is PurePro Reverse Osmosis System ?
PurePro RO Systems is Home Drinking Water System that the principle of reverse to remove 95-99% of all mineral and chemical contaminants tap water. PurePro products you the quality of bottled with the convenience of faucet mounted on your kitchen .

Q: How does Reverse differ from a Water Filter ?
Ordinary water filters use screen to separate only particles dirt sediment from water. osmosis employs a semipermeable membrane removes not only particles but an extremely high percentage contaminants-molecule by molecule- from water.

Q: What is the and how does it ?
The membrane consists of thin layers or sheets of that are bonded together rolled in a spiral configuration a plastic tub (This also known as a thin composite or TFC membrane.) of the membrane is : it allows water molecules through while acting as barrier to dissolved solids (i.e.: chemical contaminants). When the feed stream passes across the surface the membrane, the PurePro the membrane surface, working way around the spiral and in the center tube. contaminants are concentrated and from the surface of the down the drain.


Q: Can you explain ?
a membrane is semipermeable, water to pass through while closed to dissolved salts. Place membrane between two compartments a container as shown in figure to the right. place a salt solution in half of the container pure water in the other . Now a fundamental scientific into play. That is, different concentrations of liquids within same system will try reach equilibrium (i.e. the same of contaminants) on both sides the membrane. Of course the way for this to is for pure water through the membrane to salt water side in to reach equilibrium is OSMOSIS.

Q: What is Reverse ? 
Reverse Osmosis is the of the natural flow of . In a water purification , the goal is not to the salt solution, but separate the pure water from salt and other contaminants. natural osmotic flow is , water from the salt solution forced through the membrane the opposite direction by application pressure-thus the term REVERSE OSMOSIS. this process, we are produce pure water by out the salts and other .&;


Q: What is the process of the PurePro R.O. System ?
The raw tap water flows through a 5 FILTER[1] to remove dirt, and other sediment. The water flows into a carbon FILTER[2] which takes out 98% of the chlorine and organic . The next stage of process is FILTER[3] 1 micron filter or the Block to filter multi-chemical compounds . [4] The reverse osmosis (TFC) which will separate 95-99% the dissolved contaminants from the molecules. The contaminants are washed down the drain. The stage of the PUREPRO SYSTEMS process is the small FILTER [5] removes the remaining of chemicals, tastes and . Typical Flow Chart
R.O. water is stored a 3.2 gallons TANK[6]. Inside tank is a balloon-like diaphragm, pre-charged with 8-10 psi air. As the tank , the air pressure increases and the water out when is opened. The final of the PurePro Series system a POLISHED CHROME FAUCET [7]. It is installed on the counter or the sink. is a dual action faucet intermittent flow (to fill , hold the handle down) continuous flow (to fill a pot, lift the handle ).&;

Q: How did Reverse get its start ?
Although the idea of osmosis has been known for 10 years, the practical is a recent development. In 1962 the U.S Government funded the R.O. plant which processed 1000 gallons clean water per day. , there are more than 3000 large R.O. treatment plants, each more than a million gallons drinking water each day. 1991, the U.S. Army bought 8,000 large membranes to their water purification units for troops Desert Storm. In 1993, the .. Government bought another 6,300 membranes to purify flood water the Midwest.


Q: Will R.O. remove from the water ?
YES! Reverse Osmosis was designed to make sea water for the navy. It ideal for anyone on a sodium diet.

Q: Does R.O. remove ? Cryptosporidium ?
YES! An R.O. membrane a pore size much bacteria virus, pyrogen or cryptosporidium parasite. When functioning properly will remove all microorganisms from water and produce sterile .&;

Q: What does the series drinking water tast like ?
The taste of the water depends on the contaminants in the tap originally. If 95% of dissolved and chemicals are removed, R.O. water may taste like water (no minerals), bottled water (mineral), or natural spring (mineral content).

Q: How will the series water affect mixed beverages ?
Because reverse osmosis removes that mask flavor, it the natural taste of your to come through. You be able to use less and still get the flavor. Concentrated beverages like orange will taste tangier. You will be drinking a lot water as well, since many drink soda, Kool-Aid, concentrated juices, beer as an alternative -tap water. Also, PurePro most of the lime build on drip coffee makers, the need for frequent cleaning. longer will you find scum on the inside pans after boiling water.


Q: Don't people need removed from the water ?
Most of the minerals we receive are from we eat. Only a small percentage comes from the we drink.

Q: Where is the series drinking water system installed ?
The PurePro System is installed underneath the kitchen sink. installers prefer to locate in the basement or a crawl space since may stay cooler there, can be easily run to the kitchen sink, as as to a refrigerator & faucets in the home.

Q: Can the PurePro be connected to an ?
It only takes a 1/4&; tee and tubing to the water to a refrigerator a extra faucet. Some run PurePro system to all their bathrooms.


Q: What factors affect quantity and the quality of water produced ?
There are four major to consider: 
1. PRESSURE. The greater the pressure, the better the quantity quality of the water . Water pressure of 60 psi . PurePro include one booster pump make sure the water .
2.. 76*F is the ideal temperature for R.O. 40*F water cause the production of .. water to fall to half that at 76*F. The water temperature recommended is 85*F.
3.DISSOLVED SOLIDS (TDS). The the amount of dissolved contaminants the water, the lower of water produced. A level of TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS be overcome with additional .
4. MEMBRANE. Different membranes have . Some produce more water others; some have better contaminant capabilities; some have greater resistance chemical abrasion for longer life. system comes with TW30-1812-80 Film Composite(TFC) membranes combine best of these characteristics and considered the finest membrane in world.  


Q: How much water the PurePro system produce ?
Under ideal conditions, the _30-1812-80 TFC membrane is rated at 80of production per day (80gpd 80~100psi). Under the average , the consumer can expect 70-95 of product water per day. that's still a lot water for the average household's and cooking requirements. 
Q: Can the amount water produced be increased ?
Yes. There are several : 1.At night, fill a pitcher water from the tank. emptier the tank the faster water production. By morning tank will be filled with water. 2. A second be added. An additional is required to double the of the PurePro System.  
Q: What is the on the PurePro System ?&;
The PurePro System (excluding ) is guaranteed for 1 years material and workmanship. All will be replaced free the first year. The membrane a one year pro-rated .&;


Q: What is the schedule for the PurePro System ?
The three pre-filter cartridges be changed every 6 months. first is a 5 sediment cartridge. The second is Carbon Cartridge. The third is 1 micron sediment filters. (system comes with the Extruded filter.) Failure to change every 6 months may chlorine to destroy the membrane. is very easy to the prefilters. Just order the filters from us and system come with the housing to open the filter you can maintain your yourself and feel confident about drinking water. 
Q:When should the membrane changed ?
One indication is a reduction in water production caused a layering of minerals salts on the membrane surface. is a gradual deterioration in quality of water being . You my notice a different or more white scum the inside of a pan water you are boiling. might mean the R.O. membrane disintegrating and requires replacement. (Note: Quality Tester TDSX1 help to know when you should the R.O. membrane or best buy unit (RO103TDS). 



Q: What contaminants does Osmosis Remove ?
The PurePro System contains quality carbon filter which will more than 98% of chemicals from the water. These THMs(chloroform), DBCP, lindane, TCEs(trichloroethylene), PCEs(tetrachloroethylene), carbon , In addition to these chemicals, below is a partial of other contaminants removed the Re1812-70 TFC membrane. The of removal shown below is conservative estimate.



F.A.Q. for RO units , tips for sell more ro , what customer say , FAQ for water ionizer , FAQ for aquarium RO units , technical paper , why is RO better?