- Three-stage, professional RO system incorporating high-quality components.
- 10” sediment pre-filter which functions as a first stage filter, removing particles of up to 5 microns from the water whilst also protecting and prolonging the life of the RO membrane. This pre-filter is enclosed inside a transparent filter housing so it is easy to see when the filter needs to be changed.
- 10” activated carbon block filter which offers the highly-effective removal of contaminants such as chlorine and colourants from the water.
- High-quality Thin Film Composite (TFC) RO membrane which removes contaminants such as heavy metals and hardness forming minerals from the water. The membrane also removes a high percentage of nitrates and phosphates.
- Integral pressure gauge which helps to indicate when the RO membrane may need to be flushed or replaced/ This keeps the RO system's performance optimal.
- Integral flow restrictor/manual flush valve which prevents excess water flow to the RO membrane and allows regular flushing of the RO membrane to prolong its life.
- Additional modules are available such as the V2 Pure De-ionising Pod which can be added to further enhance the performance of the RO system.
- Compact, space-saving design incorporating a strong, metal wall-mounting bracket ensuring quick and simple installation.
- Supplied complete with a self-piercing water connector, drain clamp, 6m of 1/4” RO flexible tubing (2m white/2m red/2m blue) and a filter housing removal tool.
Advanced - The advanced units have all the benefits of the standard models but also incorporate a feature-packed in-line TDS monitor which measures the total dissolved solids value both before and after the water passes through the V2Pure RO System, providing a visual indicator of its performance.
NB: RO water production capacities and contaminant rejection rates are based on an ambient temperature of 25°C and a mains water operating pressure of 50 psi (approx 3.5 bar). Please note that the RO water production capacity and contaminant rejection rates will be reduced at lower ambient temperatures and in areas of lower mains water pressures so this must be taken into account when choosing the correct RO model for your requirements.