OMNIFilter RO2050 Undersink Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System
Blain # 733054 | Mfr # RO2050-S-S06
Approximately 1,500 water bottles are consumed per second in the United States. Unfortunately, 80% of the water bottles don't get recycled and end up in landfills. Take a step to help our environment with the OMNIFilter RO2050 Undersink Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System. A home water filtration system is a great way to eliminate the use of so many water bottles. You will get the same crisp, clean, fresh water you are accustomed to from drinking bottled water without the plastic bottles that are causing harm to our environment. Plus, without spending money on water bottles, you will find more money in your wallet! Start looking for small solutions to help the environmental problems in our country. Start with the OMNIFilter RO2050 Undersink Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System.
- Take a step towards living green
- Bottled quality water without the bottles
- Reduces sediment, rust particles, Chlorine taste and odor, Giardia and Cryptosporidium cysts, Lead, Copper, Hexavalent Chromium, Trivalent Chromium and TDS (Total Dissolved Solids)
- Good for well and city water
- Color coded tubing for easy installation
- Includes faucet wrench and all installation hardware for easy installation
- Can remove 87% to 93% of the Fluoride found in water
Filter Capacity:3 to 6 months for cartridges and 18 months for membrane
Dimensions System:17-3/8" H, 13-1/2" W, 5-1/2" D
Dimensions Tank:13-1/2" H, 9" W, 9" D
Pipe Size:1/4" Tubing
System Weight:17.3 lbs
Tank Weight:29 lbs (Filled)
Temperature Rating:40° - 100° F
Pressure Rating:25 - 125 psi
Flow Rate:0.5 gpm
Storage Tank Size:2.8 gallons
Daily Production:9.6 gallons
Replacement Cartridges:Cartridges RS14, CB1 and R200 / ROR2050 cartridge kit
WQA Standard 58 certified
Application: Undersink filtration
Quantity: 1 per carton
Q & A
Sorry do long winded, wanted to make sure y'all are completely informed. Good luck. Unit works great.
I would never put the RO2050 under the sink because it has a lot of different tubing connections that will be cumbersome to deal with when it comes time to change the various cartridges. The previous system did not have any tubing connections to deal with when replacing cartridges, but I still chose to place it in the basement to avoid spills under the sink when changing cartridges. After 2 months all seems to be functioning well with the RO2050 and basement placement will make cartridge replacement much easier.
Be sure to understand how to depress the sleeve around the tubing connection so that you know how to release the various tubes when you change cartridges. Practice this while making the initial installation. Also be sure to firmly seat the tubes in each coupling. You will soon know which ones you didn’t do properly when you turn on the water! This connection system is becoming quite popular for all sorts of tubing and pipe connections.
This is the web site for it: www omnifilters. com /ro2050- filter.htm
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You will find a place to ask the company directly.
There are 4 different filters and they are changed at different intervals based on your water quality and consumption. Generally speaking though, the sediment filter RS14 changes every 4-6 months, the carbon cartridge CB1 every 6-12 months, the R200 finial filter every 12 months and the OM1 reverse osmosis membrane every 24 months. If you have very hard water and it is a municipal source heavily treated with chlorine and fluoride, the filter change intervals will be more often. I pretreat all the water entering my house with a whole house filter before it enters the RO unit or my water softener. Make sure you connect the RO unit to a NON-softened cold water line.
Hope that helps!
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