What factors affect the quantity and the quality of the water produced?

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1. PRESSURE. The greater the water pressure, the better the quantity and quality of the water produced. Water pressure of 60 psi ideal. P-RO can include a booster pump to ensure adequate water pressure.

2. TEMPERATURE. 76*F is the ideal water temperature for Reverse Osmosis 40*F water will cause the production of R.O. water to fall to half of that at 76*F. The maximum water temperature recommended is 85*F.

3. TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS (TDS). The higher the amount of dissolved contaminants in the water, the lower the quantity of water produced. A high level of TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS can be overcome with additional water pressure.

4. MEMBRANE. Different membranes have different characteristics. Some produce more water than others; some have better contaminant rejection capabilities; some have greater resistance to chemical abrasion for longer life. P-RO system comes with 40 GDP (151.4 LPD) The thin film membranes combine the best of these characteristics and are considered the finest membrane in the world.

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