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Reverse osmosis drinking water systems include membrane separation, activated carbon absorption and conventional filtration to reduce the entire spectrum of contaminants that can be found in water. RO systems substantially remove heavy metals, such as barium, cadmium, chromium, lead and mercury; radium 226 / 228 selenium, cysts, chlorine, salts, turbidity and more!
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The innovative Aqua Flo twist and lock design makes service simple. Twist off the old cartridge and twist on the new. No messy sump removal. This Aqua Flo system makes drinking water better and life easier.
Hydrotech's latest RO features quick-change cartridges, which can be customized for changing water conditions. These proprietary cartridges also simplify the regular replacement as required - typically on an annual basis. The QCRO delivers bottle water quality without the hassle or cost.
|Contaminant||Influent challenge concentration mg/L||Maximum permissible product water concentration mg/L||Minimum % Reduction||Average % Reduction|
|Arsenic||0.30 ± 10%||0.010||98.7||99.6|
|Barium||10.0 ± 10%||2.0||97.7||98.8|
|Cadmium||0.03 ± 10%||0.005||97.3||98.8|
|Chromium (+6)||0.3 ± 10%||0.1||97.6||99.1|
|Chromium (+3)||0.3 ± 10%||0.1||99.6||99.7|
|Copper||3.0 ± 10%||1.3||98.3||99.0|
|Fluoride||8.0 ± 10%||1.5||96.3||97.7|
|Lead||0.15 ± 10%||0.010||99.3||99.3|
|25 pCi/L ± 10%||5 pCi/L||80.0||80.0|
|Selenium||0.10 ± 10%||0.05||97.8||98.1|
|Turbidity||11 ± 1 NTU||0.5 NTU||96.7||98.9|
|TDS||750 ± 20%||187||84.5||85.1|
This system has been tested according to WQA S-300 for reduction of the substances listed above. The concentration of the indicated substances in water entering the system was reduced to a concentration less than or equal to the permissible limit for water leaving the system, as specified in NSF/ANSI 58 standard.