Sistema de filtrado de agua iSpring 100GPD de ósmosis inversa alcalino UV de 7 etapas con bomba potenciadora, modelo RCC1UP-AK
- Sistema completo de ósmosis inversa de 7 etapas
- Incluye un grifo pulido en níquel de estilo europeo y la primera etapa lleva un recubrimiento transparente
- Lámpara UV de esterilización de 11 W con recubrimiento de acero inoxidable
- El filtro alcalino proporciona al organismo humano un agua potable con un pH equilibrado
- ¡Mata el 99% de las bacterias y los virus!
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El sistema de purificación de agua por ósmosis inversa iSpring de 6 etapas genera agua purificada para beber, cocinar, hidropónica, acuarios, etc. La unidad elimina dureza, metales pesados, toxinas, bacterias, virus y muchas otras impurezas del agua del grifo. La lámpara de esterilización de 11 vatios incorporada hace que este modelo sea más apropiado para una fuente de agua con un potencial alto de estar contaminada, como la de pozo o del subsuelo. El filtro alcalino proporciona al organismo humano un agua potable con un pH más equilibrado.
Atención: si la presión de agua es inferior a 45 PSI, recomendamos nuestro sistema de RO con bomba potenciadora incorporada, modelo RCC1UP-AK.
Proceso de filtrado:
1.ª etapa: filtro de sedimentación de polipropileno de 5 micras de alta capacidad
2.ª etapa: filtro de carbón GAC
3.ª etapa: filtro de carbón CTO
4.ª etapa: membrana de ósmosis inversa TFC de alta depuración certificada por la NSF
5.ª etapa: depurado total con el filtro de carbono en línea de 10''
6.ª etapa: filtro mineral alcalino en recipiente transparente
7.ª etapa: la luz UV es capaz de matar las bacterias, virus y otros microorganismos
Especificaciones y dimensiones:
• Voltaje: 110 V
• Fuente de entrada del agua: suministro de agua clorada o no clorada
• Presión del agua de entrada: 40 - 75 PSI
• Capacidad del sistema: 75 galones al día a 50/60 PSI y 77 ºF
• Capacidad del depósito: 3,2 galones
PH de entrada del agua: 3,0 - 11,0
Presión del agua de entrada: 40-75 PSI
Temperatura del agua de entrada: 4 - 38 °C
Máximo de sólidos disueltos totales: 2000 ppm
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This is my 3rd RO installation. I selected this unit due to its output capacity. Having a pump on-board helps assure output capacity, as its not fully reliant on city, or well water pressure. For the money, u get a nice system, and they did a very nice job keeping the unit compact for under sink applications...although for under sink, u can go with a lower capacity, and a larger tank...as no matter what the capacity, it will never be sufficient when the tank is empty, so size your total system based on tank size FIRST. I paired this unit with a 20gal tank from the same maker, here on Amazon. Getting big bulky items under Amazon Prime is a deal I hope they never stop. Kudos to Amazon.
System is outputting exactly 100 gal per day... or 4 gal per hour... its easy to check, just fill some 5 gal buckets during installation. This is fairly good capacity when paired with a large storage tank. The system went together without a hitch...my only complaint, as others have mentioned is very marginal users manual..although, a good users manual seems to have gone out with the typewriters. Oh well...
A few suggestions if you use this system. The system when powered, will run the pump, till pressure builds internally, and stop automatically. However the UV light will remain on. It can heat up over time if water is not passing through the system, under a sink, its possible in the summer, you can get some heat gain. Heat causes expansion, and that can be the start of trouble. So, I would have like to have seen the UV lamp working in sync with the pump. However, you can accomplish the same by using a power saver multi electrical outlet... the pump plugs into the Master, and the UV light is the slave of the multi outlet, so when the pump is on, it switches power to the slave receptacles.
The company provides very nice blue clips that go over the quick connect slip on fittings... it keeps the collar from pushing into the fitting, which can make the joint prone to a leak, specially, if the tubing puts pressure on the joint...which often happens, when using tubing that is coiled, as it wants to maintain its coiled shape when installed, which can stress a joint over time. So always use extra coil, and and allow a full loop before a joint to allow stress relief on the joint. I have never seen these blue clips before, but they are a great idea, I suggest you use them on all fittings, as it only takes one bad joint to flood your house. This vendor ships extras with the RO system.
I would prefer to see the system with a two part mount system...so you mount a bracket, and then hang the RO system off the bracket, as if u are putting this under a sink, its a two man job trying to hold the unit and mount it. I accomplished this by installing wood on the back, with a Z bracket (metal version of a thin french cleat, available here on Amazon). Now, install a thin metal bracket at the desired location, then simply hang the RO unit. If your young, and a contortionist, this may be a non-issue...or if the unit is not being installed under difficult to access area.
My unit took city water in at 450ppm TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) and the product water was 45ppm... this is due to the low exchange ratio of the waste water vs. product water, of only 2:1. A larger % of waste water, will lower the TDS of the product water. But the unit is fixed in this regard, I am sure the maker tried to balance the quality of the product water (the end product u use) without wasting too much overall water. In most cases, the extra TDS is hard minerals that did not flush out from the membrane. The same maker sells a DI (De Mineralization filter) that fits atop this unit with the same brackets. I used the brackets from the Alkaline filter (included with system), which I discarded, as my goal was pure water, not mineralized filtered water, which is what the alkaline filter does, it adds back minerals for nutrition and/or better taste.
Another maker on Amazon sells media for de mineralization filter media that turns a different color when it's spent. This filter can be placed before the RO membrane, or the final final (or before UV). Putting it before the RO membrane, will increase life of membrane. Putting it after membrane will assure close to 0 TDS water, till media becomes spent. Hard minerals are very harsh on RO membranes, so its a judgement call based on your input water, vs. ur goal for output water purity.
Also on Amazon is an inline TDS meter, so u can monitor the RO systems performance at a glance. The one I got has two inputs, so you can read the system at any two points you place the "sensing Tee's"...under $20, well worth it.
I also strongly suggest u you install some water alarms if this is under sink application (or anywhere you can not afford a leak) ... it will alert u when a leak starts, before your entire kitchen or wherever, becomes completely flooded. I got some remote alarms, so u place the alarm(s) in the areas of the house you can hear it. If you vacate the premises often, be sure to have a shut off valve installed to the in-feed of the system to be assured no continuous leaks while away. At most, u will leak whats the bladder tank, assuming u forget to drain it..
If you pair this with a small hot water heater, be sure to put a check valve (one-way) on the inlet side of the water heater, so HW heater does not transfer heat to the bladder tanks, as this "can" create additional expansion of the baldders, and possibly cause the system to over pressurize, and, what else, create a leak, always at the worst possible time.
This vendor only provides email support, no phone. It's nice to have a phone number, but in today's world, it seems written communications is the efficient means to offer support. I had a few small issues, and the vendor (ispringfilter.com) resolved them in a very timely fashion, I was very impressed with the level of customer care they provide.
If this is your first RO system, try to read up on all the bits n pieces often required to make your system work as designed, is safe, leak free, easy to maintain / access (replace filters, and sometimes fittings, pumps, etc)... I have provided just a small sampling of how these systems can be installed with accessories. If your buying a 100 gal a day system, u are probably using this for more than a drink fountain at the sink.
UPDATE - 2 months. System still performing well..had a problem with their 20 gal pressure tanks... the "email only" customer support is rearing its ugly head. Taking weeks to get a response, as they never can find the technical support required..they must be a re seller of product, not a manufacturer, just my guess, as you get used to these "overseas email response". If your question is basic or simple, or customer service related, they are prompt, otherwise, u might be on your own. An old fashion phone number is something I really miss with these internet only re sellers.
any questions at the comments section below I will try to answer... best of luck...
The reason I did not rate this 5/5 is because it came with an incorrect part! This is not a problem with an individual seller, it came this way NEW from iSpring! This is a big problem! The incorrect part was for the feed adapter - the piece that you install in the cold water line that diverts water into the system's input, that makes a shape kind of like a sideways T. I had no problems installing the first unit but kept running in to issues with this one and couldn't figure out why. Every time I turned the water pressure on, the cold water line would separate above the feed adapter. My brother-in-law is a plumber, so I called him up. He's done residential and industrial plumbing for a long time and had never seen a feed adapter like the one they sent me. After getting a replacement from the Home Depot, the system worked great.
I'm pretty handy with home repair and have access to a plumber through my brother in law - Those 2 things do not apply to everyone. If I didn't have the plumber, I don't think I would have recognized the part they sent was incorrect and might not have been able to get this work. That would have been a problem! Please be aware of this issue!
Update 7/20/2014 - Everything works great now.. Alkaliner is in and no negative taste... water inlet measures 300~450 TDS, ..Running on a well and seems like every time there is a heavy rain the TDS picks up a bit... or when we went away for the weekend and came back it was a bit high and dropped off... outlet starts near 30 and drops down as it runs to around 15~17 TDS.
So, Color me a happy customer now.. the initial instal/fit problems with the spout not really the companies issue since every sink is different.
Also when fiddling I figured out my real problem with the hoses initially.. they were out of round a bit and wouldn't push all the way in.. now that I have the 'feel' for it, simple to tell what is right and wrong.
Update 7/12/2014 - Received the box of parts a couple of days ago but just got it in today.
1. The new pump is absolutely silent - Have to touch it to know it is running, so if you hear yours it is defective. Took about an hour to get it in.. mostly with finding some heat-shrink tubing and my heat gun.. have to take apart the all the filters to get to the screws. --- if you get a replacement pump ask for heat-shrink as well, I had some laying around, but most people don't....
2. New blue clips are all in seems I was missing a couple of others as well I hadn't seen and he sent extras so all is well
3. Taste is still pending - New alkalizer cartridge is in for now and after I flush it a few times I ought to know if I just had a defective one or not.
Verdict - Gonna keep it and marking it up to 5 stars... it isn't perfect, but very pleased with the company and the filter even if I end up dropping the alkalizer again.
Update 7/7/2014 - Received a call back, figured it would be after the holiday weekend.
The alkaline filter was my taste issue... He is sending a new one to try out, and some tubing to leave it bypassed if it doesn't make it better.
Let him listen to the booster pump and it is defective/going bad and he is sending along a new one of those.
Sending out spare blue clips
Bought "iSpring 100GPD 7-Stage Reverse Osmosis RO UV Alkaline Water Filter System with Booster Pump" from Amazon and installed it 6/28/2014
My skill level: Very handy - I do my own plumbing and sweat copper pipes or replace valves as needed.
Installation: 2 hours - mostly spent figuring out how it was supposed to go, fixing leaks, and figuring out how to mount the tap on the sink.
Good: Simple install with easy connections
Missing two of the blue clips (have contacted them, but haven't heard back yet) - used an E-clip from the toolbox until they send me the proper bit. Waiting on them to call me back so they can ship me the two clips.
All the tubes had to be trimmed 1/4", they seem to have been cut with a heated blade at the factory and are just enough out of round to cause leaks.. trim them and they work fine.
Instructions - Online Video is a must see and good - printed instructions need some serious work - The pictures don't match the filter, tube colors not printed on the pictures, etc... just needs a complete re-do by someone installing each type unit verse trying to be generic
RO tap for the top of the sink - I used the sprayer hose hole verse drilling something new - the tap is WAY to small for this and with my sink being cast iron they hole is a bit over 1/4" thick... so the mounting hardware completely useless. Ended up cutting a piece of metal out in the garage and drilling a hole in it to feed the thing through and span the gap. A strap for this or a plastic spacer included in the kit would have been nice and saved me 20 minutes of fiddling in the garage to make something work.
Usage - I've drained and refilled it about 10 times since install - it has a funky taste to it I was assuming from the tank, but to test I've removed the alkaline filter to verify that it isn't the cause. This is the second topic I am waiting on a call-back from Ispring on.
How it works - The numbers - I also bought the dual TDS (total dissolved solids) in-line meter so I could have numbers to watch and see when to change the filters verse just guessing.
TDS at the inlet is approx 300PPM... I confirmed this with an aquarium water test kit... my GH and KH are both pretty high....
Outlet TDS in the tube feeding the tap:
with alkaline filter in - first cup or two of water - 180 TDS - after that it drops quickly to 27~30 TDS.
With the alkaline filter out - around 15~18 TDS
My conclusion is that the alkaline filter DOES something, but unless you are only taking a cup at a time and letting it build up again it doesn't add a lot.
The Booster pump - Wow, for what it is and does it is LOUD - not as loud as an old school dishwasher, but an annoying clank/clatter to be sure. It is mounted on a cradle that has rubber washers to the bracket so they tried something, but the clatter comes from the pump itself. Going to ask them about this when I talk to them as well.
Conclusion - It seems to do the job of filtering, but unless we can get to the bottom of the taste issue I'll return it. If I do keep it I'll probably wrap the pump in some dynamat to kill the noise.
If they call me back and we solve the missing parts and taste issue I'll probably raise the rating from 3 stars to 5. If they don't call me back and make it right I'll return it.