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MaxPureMPDI 180-GPD RODI System - MPDI-180

Brand: SpectraPure
Product Code: MPDI-180
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MaxPure™MPDI 180-GPD 4-Stage RO/DI System w/ 2 std 90gpd RO membranes, 1um pre-filters, color-indicating SilicaBuster™ DI cartridge, pressure gauge, & hose adapter

SpectraPure® 180gpd MaxPure™ RODI System incorporates two 90gpd high-silicate removal TFC membranes, 1 micron MicroTec™ Sediment and Carbon Block Filters, and a custom formulated 10 inch Color-Change DI Cartridge. High-purity water at an economical price, MaxPure™ RODI Systems maximize pure water production through application of the commercial-grade deionization resins used in our specialty deionization cartridges. MaxPure™ RODI Systems are available with production rates ranging from 25 gpd (95 LPD) to 180 gpd (680 LPD)

FEATURES:
- Two 90 gallon per day, high-rejection thin-film composite Reverse Osmosis membrane
- Pure water at an economical price
- 3:1 waste ratio produces 33% less waste water
- SilicaBuster™ Standard Color-Change DI Cartridge
- Long-life high-efficiency 1 micron MicroTec™ sediment filter
- High-capacity 1 micron carbon block pre-filter eliminates chlorine, herbicides and other organic pollutants
- Tri-color custom pressure gauge indicates when to change prefilters
- Clear filter housings
- Durable, no rust mounting bracket
- 6-foot feed tubing, 8-foot product and waste lines included
- Housing wrench for easy filter removal
- Garden hose adapter for tap water hookup
- Dimensions: 15in x 7in x 16in
- 3-year warranty


Warning: Spectrapure does not recommend drinking water produced from deionization (DI) as DI resins are typically not made of food grade approved material.

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