Articles in Category: Pre-Filters

Flow Diagram: The following describes the flow diagram for a 5 stage Reverse Osmosis system with a DI filter. 1) Using a saddle valve, you tap into the water source. 2) The source water flows through the 1/4″ tubing to the first pre-filter. 3) The water passes through the sediment filter, then to the carbon […]

Flow Diagram: The following describes the flow diagram for a H2O Splash 6 stage Reverse Osmosis system with Ultraviolet light and a Booster Pump. 1) Using a saddle valve, you tap into the water source. 2) The source water flows through the 1/4″ tubing to the first pre-filter. 3) The water passes through the sediment […]

Background: The standard RO faucet has an adjustment to correct a drip from the faucet spout. The following steps will provide a guide for adjustment of the faucet. 1. Grip the faucet spout and pull it up out of its holder position. 2. The lever that you use to dispense water from the faucet – […]

Answer: Background Most Reverse Osmosis owners are concerned about when to replace the filters on their RO system. A Pressure Gauge Kit will provide them with a heads-up as to when the filters are nearing depletion. How do I Install this Pressure Gauge Kit Installation of a RO Pressure Gauge Kit is not difficult and […]

Answer: We recommend using what we refer to as a step-down, progressive system. The idea behind a step down micron rating system of filters is to provide for optimum pressure and longer filter life. The pre-filter micron rating required to optimize the life of a reverse osmosis membrane is five (5) micron (this is the […]

Answer: Perhaps the two most important considerations would be pore size and chlorine capacity. The smaller the pore size, the greater protection the carbon block offers you through your Whole House unit or your RO membrane. But remember the smaller the pore size the more impact the carbon block filter will have on your gpm […]

Answer: Filters are commonly described by the size of the pores in the material that makes up the given filter. This stated pore size is the maximum size particle that will flow through a filter. A micron is 1/1,000,000th of a meter or approximately 0.00004 inches. Manufacturers rate filters based upon this pore size, however […]

Answer: Yes, you can upgrade your RO faucet when you purchase a system or at a later date. At time of RO purchase: Send us an email and indicate the faucet you wish to upgrade to and we’ll get back to you with the price differential. Purchase at a later date: All of the faucets […]

Answer: H2O Splash Instructions – Frequently there is an extra hole for the mounting of sprayers, various types of dispensers or even adding an extra faucet. Should your sink not have an additional pre-drilled hole, use the following procedure. Select a Location for the Faucet. Start by checking under the sink to make sure there […]

Answer: We offer a wide range of RO systems from two stage up to seven stage systems plus options within the given stages. To just sight an example, we offer over 30 different models of 5 stage RO systems. We build the Reverse Osmosis systems here in our facility in the USA, therefore we can […]