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Hydro Logic/Crystal Clear Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water Purification Systems

Get up to 200 gallons of purified water a day for your hydroponic system or indoor soil garden. A three-stage filtration process (carbon filter, sediment filter, reverse osmosis membrane) removes toxins, excess mineral salts, contaminants, and much more from your water supply. The system is low maintenance and typically requires only replacement of the three filters when necessary. Can be attached to a garden hose or under a sink. The Reverse Osmosis process produces about 3-4 gallons of waste water for every gallon of good water, and the waste water can either be put down a drain or collected separately for use on outdoor landscaping. For a garden application, users typically collect the purified water in a drum and then use that for plants or hydroponic systems. The Crystal Clear RO system depends on incoming water pressure to operate, and some wells do not produce sufficient pressure. A booster pump can be added to the RO system to increase pressure. Please contact AHL for details on this situation, or for any other questions or more information on our Reverse Osmosis Water System.

(Please note that the "100 gallon" and "200 gallon" designations refer to the maximum capacity of the installed Reverse Osmosis membrane. This is considered the maximum production capability under ideal conditions such as water temperature and water pressure. Most users achieve between 1/2 and 3/4 of the stated capacity, so please keep this in mind when selecting a Reverse Osmosis system to meet your needs).

  • Active Aqua 100 GPD Reverse Osmosis System
  • Active Aqua 200 GPD Reverse Osmosis System
Reverse Osmosis Replacement Filters & Membranes

Reverse Osmosis Filters and Membranes should be replaced regularly to ensure the best possible water from the system. The membrane, which is the filter that sits horizontally at the top of the Reverse Osmosis System, should be replaced after 2-3 years of use. The Carbon and Sediment Filters, which are in the two vertical canisters, should be replaced every 3-6 months. Filter replacement time frames are only estimates; your actual replacement schedule will depend on how much water is being produced and on the dissolved solids content of your source water.

Replacement Membranes & Filters

Replacement Reverse Osmosis Membrane

Replacement Carbon Filter

Replacement Sediment Filter

   
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