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You can Direct Line Connect Reverse Osmosis Treated Water to every tap, shower, tub, sink, toilet, dishwasher, hose bib, swimming pool make up water, fish tank, patio misting system, evaporative coolers, ice maker, or  whatever you want...

Installation Information

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The WHRO Water Treatment System is designed for both RESIDENTIAL and COMMERCIAL installations.

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The WHRO System is designed to treat water supplied by either a MUNICIPAL or a PRIVATE source.

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If your source water contains IRON and MANGANES it is necessary to refer to the

PRE-TREATMENT for IRON & MANGANES section.

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Tap Here to go to the 

PRE-TREATMENT
for
IRON & MANGANES
Section 

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If you have concerns or issues associated with BIOLOGICAL FOWLING it is necessary to refer to the

PRE-TREATEMENT for BIOLOGICAL FOWLING Section.

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Tap Here to go to the 

PRE-TREATMENT
for
BIOLOGICAL FOWLING
Section 

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The WHRO Water Treatment System is engineered to produce treated water at production rates ranging from 300 gallons per day (0.21gpm) to 1,400 gallons per day (1.04 gpm)

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The Water Storage Tank is available in 100, 200, or 300 gallons capacity. The tank can be doubled for greater storage capacities. Larger (special orders) tanks are available upon request and price quotes.

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The WHRO System is designed to maintains a water distribution pressure at 60 psi with a flow rate of 25 gallons per minute.

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The WHRO System is designed to install in the exact same place as a standard water softener. The installation requirements are exactly the same.

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The WHRO Water Treatment System requires a standard 110V, 20amp electrical receptacle power supply.

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The water inlet connection and water outlet connections are 3/4" male pipe thread.

It is designed to be installed using  standard water flex connectors.

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The drain connection is a 3/8" quick connect connection.  The drain line is pressure feed and can run up hill if needed.

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This simple, high quality and proven design has made these systems uncomplicated, cost effective and reliable to operate for many years to come.

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The WHRO Systems arrive assembled and ready for service.

They are fully tested, preserved and sanitized.

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The Whole House Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment System

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