Articles in Category: Booster Pump

Here is a look at how we suggest you install your booster pump for your filter system:

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 […]

4 Stage RO system with Booster Pump Please review the diagram for this 4 Stage Reverse Osmosis system with a Booster Pump and should you have additional questions, refer to the Reverse Osmosis Installation Instructions in the same web site.

Answer: 1) Entrapped air can cause extra noise in the operation of the Booster Pump – this entrapped air will eventually dissipate over time. 2) Over time, water may have damaged bearings or other motor components. Check for internal leaks. CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON “TROUBLE SHOOTING” DATA AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.

Answer: The best location for a Booster Pump would be on the Reverse Osmosis system if there is sufficient space to add the pump on the bracket. If there is not the necessary space available on the bracket, then we would suggest the following; 1) Pump must be located within 2 feet of pressure switch […]

Answer: Several of the Reverse Osmosis systems that we offer have the Booster Pump installed and the plumbing is complete, these RO systems do not require you to do additional plumbing or installation. If you are adding a Booster Pump to your existing Reverse Osmosis system, below is an outline of the steps for you […]

Answer: A Booster Pump will provide increased pressure for the incoming water which will result in the Reverse Osmosis system to operate more efficiently. The increased water pressure will force more purified water through the membrane into the storage tank and at the same time send more contaminants to the drain. This increased pressure will […]

Answer: The greater the water pressure, the better the quantity and quality of the water produced by a Reverse Osmosis system. Water pressure of 60 psi is ideal. To maintain a constant  60 PSI you should consider including a booster pump.  It is the pressure of the incoming water that forces the water through the […]