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Residential Under-Counter RO Systems

50 GPD Membrane at 65 PSI and 77 or 60 PSI Net, 77F

Basis Tap Water at 67F and 60 PSI, Reject = 20 GPD, Feed TDS = 500 PPM, Osmotic Pressure = 5 PSI 


Tank Condition Tap Pressure (PSI) Tank Pressure (PSI) Net Pressure* Product GPD (approx.) Recovery (%)
Empty 60 20 35 29 12.6
Partial 60 30 25 21 9.5
Full 60 40 15 12.5 5.8

*Net Pressure = Tap pressure - Osmotic pressure - Tank pressure


Flow Diagram - Residential RO System

(Thin Film Membrane) with Booster Pump


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