Articles in Category: RO Faucet

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 […]

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: 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: 1. Cold Water Line Saddle Valve: Saddle Valve that fits onto the cold water supply line. The saddle valve has a piercing needle that penetrates into the cold water line to supply the water for the RO system. 2. Pre-Filter (s): Water from the cold water supply line enters the RO pre filters first. […]