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RO (Reverse Osmosis)

Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a filtration method that removes many types of large molecules and ions from solutions by applying pressure to the solution when it is on one side of a selective membrane. The result is that the solute is retained on the pressurized side of the membrane and the pure solvent is allowed to pass to the other side. To be "selective," this membrane should not allow large molecules or ions through the pores(holes), but should allow smaller components of the solution (such as the solvent) to pass freely.

Reverse Osmosis Unit for Domestic / Light Commercial Use

Can Produce over 2700 litres per day

Requires no pump or electricity

The unit is a modern appliance and uses no pumps, it has been carefully designed with efficiency, high performance and convenience in mind.

The unit is a reverse osmosis water purifier for installation in compact spaces. It combines compact size with high capacity like no other reverse osmosis system. This is what separates it from competing reverse osmosis systems and explains its superior performance in many respects. 

Water is drawn directly from the water mains on demand. 
Unbeatable removal of contaminants, high capacity, attractive design, efficient use of intake water and water quality monitoring, are the unique advantages.

The unit is a water purifier based on the most effective method of purifying water - reverse osmosis*. 

Combines compact design with a direct flow of pure water: at least 2 litres per minute or over 2.7 cubic metres per day.
This product also provides excellent results with regard to purity - close to 99%% removal of almost any unwanted and harmful substance.

The unit is more efficient than other reverse osmosis systems. 
Only a single pre-filter needs changing at regular intervals, normally every 6 months.


Height 433 mm

Length 517 mm

Depth 246 mm

Technical specification 

Permeate Flow Rate : Min 1.5 LPM Max 3.78 LPM @ 80F

TDS Rejection : Min 90% Max 99%%

Daily production rate : 2700 Litres Per Day 

Inlet Pressure Min 2.75 Bar, Max 5.5 Bar

Typical Removal Rates

Sodium 99%, Calcium 99%, Magnesium 99%, Potassium 98%, Iron 99%, Manganese 99%, Aluminium 99%, Ammonium 97%, Copper 99%, Nickel 99%, Zinc 99%, Cadmium 99%, Silver 98% Mercury 98%, Barium 99%, Chromium 99%, Lead 99%, Chloride 99%, Bicarbonate 98%, Nitrate 97%
Fluoride 98%, Silicate 98%, Phosphate 99%, Chromate 99%, Cyanide 95%%, Sulphate 99%, Thiosulfate 99%, Ferro cyanide 97%, Bromide 98%, Borate 50%, Arsenic 99%, Selenium 99%
Bacteria 99%, Protozoa 99%, Amoebic Cysts 99%, Giardia 99%, Asbestos 99% Sediment/Turbidity 99%, Perfluorooctane Sulphonate (PFOS) 99%