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OMNIFilter RO2050 Undersink Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System

Blain # 733054 | Mfr # RO2050-S-S06

$129.99
Sale $119.00 through 7/27/2014

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.

Features

  • 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

Technical Description

Flow Rate:0.5 gpm
Max TDS:2000 PPM
Max Hardness:10 Grains Per Gallon
Daily Production:9.5 Gallons
Tank Capacity:2.8 Gallons
Replacement Cartridges:ROR2050
Replacement Membrane:OM1
Type: 4 Stage
Quantity: 1
Microns: .001

Product Reviews

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OMNIFilter RO2050 Undersink Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System
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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Millie M: to replace our current system which has cracked.
Great price on this one!
May 4, 2014
Steve R: price Apr 20, 2014
Randy M: We shop at F&F all the time when we are back in Illinois. Mar 23, 2014
david h: great deal Mar 16, 2014
Barbara Ann J: my old system needed to be replaced and this one appealed me because of price and funtionality Mar 14, 2014
Tom B: have one, it froze. Mar 13, 2014
Tye B: Best price by far for a proven product. Mar 10, 2014
Eileen M asked: Why is it better to connect to a non-softened cold water line? IF my whole house is on a softener sysyem, that is a lot of extra work. Apr 24, 2014
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Richard F: You don't want the filter to treat softened water because it is full of salt. The main water line from your source (municipal or well) will be "hard" water. It will be the incoming water line to the water softener. Typically, a house is plumbed to have the cold "hard" water line run to the kitchen sink. You can trace the water supply line from its entry into your house or have a plumber determine if the cold water line to your kitchen sink is "hard". (Or just taste the water and determine if it is salty). The outside water faucets should definitely be plumbed "hard". If they aren't, your putting salt water in your garden and on your lawn! May 2, 2014
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Monty B: I have mine connected to soft water and it works just fine
We have a little iron in our water so the softener eliminates it before it gets to the RO system
May 1, 2014
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Charles G: I believe the RO Filter will be working overtime to remove the salt from the softened line, maybe shortening the life of the filters. May 1, 2014
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Jim C: They are designed to function from non softened water. May 1, 2014
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Jody J asked: How often does the filter need to be changed? Mar 18, 2014
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Richard F: Jody,

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!
Mar 18, 2014
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Chambered Enterprises B: The two main filters will need to be replaced every six months. (This is based on a family of four where all water consumed is from this RO system.) The blue filter in the Blain's product display is also a 6 month filter. The White horizontal filter is the RO Membrane. I replace the membrane every three years.
I get my filters from filters fast. Here's your six month filter set...search for ROR2050-Replacement-Filter-Pack.
I own two of these systems in a very large house. They are great systems and filters are easily found.
BJY
Mar 18, 2014
Dennis Q: There are 4 filters. The bottom 2 are changed quarterly. The middle filter annually and the top reverse osmosis filter every 2 years or if water flow slows a lot. Mar 19, 2014
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Mark E: I change every 3 months. Mar 18, 2014
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AllanG asked: How much water goes down the drain during the regeneration cycle and how often does the system regenerate? May 11, 2014
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Gary S: The system only re-genterates the volume of water when water is drawn. Therefore, if you draw a pint of water the system will clean a pint of water to replace the pint drawn. Research indicates that the amount of waste water will depend on the quality of water going into the unit. For marginal tap water it could take up to seven units of waste water to produce one unit of purified water. May 13, 2014
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Michael M: Hard to say how much water goes into the drain because you don't see it as you tap into the drain pipe under the sink. It regenerates to replace whatever you use immediately. Takes a couple hours if you use the entire holding tank. May 18, 2014
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Harry W: Repressurizes tank after about 1/2 gallon and drains from 10-30 minutes to re pressurize. May 13, 2014
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Bogart L asked: is a air gap required? Apr 3, 2014
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Scott B: No need to modify. Just install as directed. The faucet supplied is an air gap faucet.
I hope this helps?

Good luck,

Scott
Apr 3, 2014
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Ray Z: No, the drain line connects before the "P" trap. A clamp on fitting is provided. You simply clamp it on your sink drain and drill a hole thru it. Apr 3, 2014
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Adele R. W: There is no computer to get infected. Thus no air gap required. Apr 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this filter reduce fluoride? By how much? Thanks Mar 18, 2014
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Tanya VStaff: Reverse Osmosis system can remove 87% to 93% of the Fluoride found in water. This would also be true of our RO2050-S-S06 system as well. Mar 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this omnifilter ro2050 from farmandfleet come with all the filters and other things needed to properly set the system up in a home? Mar 9, 2014
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Tanya VStaff: yes Mar 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: where is product manufactured ? Nov 6, 2013
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Monty B: Not 100% sure. Omni Filters is based out of Wisconsin, but being the RO business myself for many years, I'm sure most of the product if not all is made in China. This should not be an issue as Asia and Japan have been ahead of the US in this technology. The system performs flawlessly. I have purchased and used systems that cost 10 times this one, and there is no difference. Don't be afraid to purchase this item and be assured of safe drinking water. Nov 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: How often do you need to change filters and how many filters need to be changed?
Thanks.
Mar 18, 2014
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