Evolution Reverse Osmosis Water Filter

$849.00

Achieve the highest flow rates from THE MOST EFFICIENT RO SYSTEM ON THE PLANET! Capable of producing more than 1,000 GPD or 42 gallons per hour of pure water Remove 95%+ of all Parts Per Million from your tap water SAVE MORE WATER by running a 2:1 waste to product water ratio, or optional 1:1 ratio (included). Includes custom KDF/Catalytic carbon filter for reduction of chlorine, chloramines, iron, sulfur and heavy metals

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The EvolutionRO1000 is a reverse osmosis water filter unit. It uses water pressure to reverse a natural physical process called osmosis. Water, under pressure, is forced through semi-permeable membrane to filter out minerals and impurities. Treated drinking water goes through the blue line. Minerals and impurities are sent to the drain with RO waste water though the black line. The system includes a replaceable carbon pre-filter and 2 membrane elements. The pre-filter reduces sand, silt, dirt, rust particles, other sediments, chlorine, chloramines, iron and sulfur from the incoming water supply before they enter the RO membrane elements. An optional high capacity pre-filter, the Pre-Evolution, is available to add 2 extra stages of pre-filtration. This will help further reduce the contaminants listed above as well as cut down on filter changes and maintenance of the EvolutionRO1000. An optional De-Ionization post-filter will remove any remaining PPM of TDS in the water after passing through the RO system.

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      RO product water can have a lower pH than the feed water. It depends on the level of dissolved CO2 in the feed water. A lowering of pH can occur because the existing CO2 in the water, being a gas, passes through the membrane but the alkaline constituents, primarily HCO3 (bicarbonate), are removed as part of the reject water. In the feed water the HCO3 neutralizes the acid-causing CO2. In the product water, with HCO3, greatly reduced, the CO2 is free to combine with the H2O to form carbonic acid: CO2 + H2O > H2CO.



      Another reason to question the pH reading is that for any water sample which is very low in EC it is very hard to obtain an accurate pH value. The worst case of this accuracy problem occurs with de-ionized water but some low EC RO water will react the same. The sample is so low in minerals that there is no buffer. The slightest absorption or loss of CO2 shifts the pH substantially. The water’s tendency to pick up additional CO2 from the ambient air, even if the test is done on site, can produce a very low false pH.



      In reality, measuring the pH of RO water is difficult and not accurate due to lack of any pH buffering the RO water. If the feed water has a lot of dissolved CO2 then pH can drop a few points. But, in the case of a drinking water RO system, a post re-mineralization filter will help neutralize the final product water's pH level. In the case of RO water for horticultural purposes, once you mix a calcium/magnesium supplement into the RO water and then add your nutrients and additives, the final pH can be adjusted and your feed formula should be pH stable.

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