Archive for Reverse Osmosis

Chloramine Filtration

Chloramine is a combination of chlorine and ammonia.

To filter and get rid of chloramine, an extensive carbon block water filter (to reduce/remove chlorine part of the chloramine molecule) followed by a RO Reverse Osmosis or cation exchange filter (to remove the ammonia) is needed.

Comments

Kinetico Replacement Water Filters

can i get replacement cartridges for kinetico reverse osmosis systems?

Kinetico Replacement Water Filters Continued »

Comments

Spectra Pure replacement cartridges or equivalent

I have a Spectra 60 Plus RO/DI system and I need replacement cartridges. I can send you a picture of the unit if it will be easier. Thanks in advance for your help!

We might be able to provide the following, but your confirmation is needed.

You probably need:
1 sediment filter
1 carbon block filter
1 50 gpd Thin Film Composite (TFC) RO membrane
2 DI cartridges
1 Carbon inline post filter

However, in order to point to the correct items, the sizing for those is needed.

Comments

ROM-16C Kleen-Plus by Ametek ro-2127

RO membrane and filters for a RO filtration system

Comments: Kleen-Plus by Ametek Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System

Model RO-2127
I have found the following filters online CC-10 and P5

I could not find ROM-16C membrane.

I would like to get a few of all three.

The ROM-16C would be replaced by the CTA-15

All cartridges including the Membrane are online at: RO-2127 Kleen Plus

Comments

RainSoft Reverse Osmoses system

subject: Replacment Filters for my RainSoft Reverse Osmoses system
Reply: with ANY kind of helpful information about this

RainSoft Reverse Osmoses system Continued »

Comments

Reverse Osmosis for Car Wash

Please help me determine whether or not this unit will suit my purpose of washing vehicles.I plan to attatch the unit in my garage at the water source connected to the hose.The hose will be connected to a pressure washer which uses about 2 gallons per mintue.

Will this unit cut it?

Also, can it filter out the sediments to ultimately leave a spot free drying finish?

Please set me up with a proper unit for my application.

A. You want to wash vehicles with reverse osmosis purified water. Hmm… I don’t understand why that’s needed. RO water is usually used for drinking, bathing, or food processing industries. I think vehicles can do without this expensive method.

B. A 50 gpd (gallons per DAY) system, can not be used for a 2 gpm (gallons per MINUTE) source.

There are commercial RO units available that can be used for heavy usage, however those are far more expensive then standard home reverse osmosis units.

Reverse Osmosis for Car Wash Continued »

Comments

Page 4 of 41234