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Water filters for Dental Surgeries UK

Water Filters for Dental Surgeries

The table below shows the impurities removed by the special Dental Surgeries Water Filter system.


What is Removed

Aluminium 96-98%
Ammonium 80-90%
Bacteria 99%+
Boron 50-70%
Cadmium 93-97%
Calcium 93-98
Chloride 92-95%
Chlorine 98%+
Chromate 85-95%
Copper 96-98%
Cyanide 85-95%
Fluoride 92-95%
Hardness 93-97%
Iron 96-98%
Lead 95-98%
Magnesium 93-98%
Manganese 96-98%
Mercury 94-98%
Nickel 96-98%
Nitrate 80-95%
Phosphate 95-98%
Potassium 92-96%
Silica 80-90%
Silicate 92-95%
Silver 93-96%
Sodium 92-98%
Sulphate 96-98%
Thiosulphate 96-98%
Zinc 96-98%



Is Your Water Pressure High Enough

The unit is designed to operate between 40 psi (2.75 bar) to 80 psi (6 bar) (psi = pounds per square inch).

Please note that the only problem you are likely to encounter with operating a Reverse Osmosis unit is if the water pressure is not high enough.

The vast majority of UK properties have water pressure that is higher than the required 40 psi.



How To Check Your Water Pressure

The simplest thing to do is to turn your cold water tap on fully. Stand a few feet away. If you are being splashed with at least a few droplets then your pressure should be high enough.

If this is not happening you should call your local water supplier. They should be able to tell you what your water pressure is and whether it is likely to drop below 40 psi at any time.


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Technical specifications

Unit Size / Dimensions

Is Your Water Pressure High Enough

How To Check Your Water Pressure

 

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Dimensions

RO unit
410 mm High x 340 mm x 140 mm

Storage vessel is 420 mm High x 280 mm wide (The storage vessel can be placed several yards from the RO unit).

Everything you need to install the system is supplied

Easy to install no plumber should be required

Full instructions included

Free Technical advice to assist with any problems

The two filter cartridges need to be changed every six months (current cost £15.95 ea)

Reminders to change sent

RO membrane has a life of approx 3 years depending on local water quality. (You'll know when a change is needed because of the obvious change in taste).

Cost of replacement membrane would be around £79

  • Technical Specifications

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  • Capacity Gallons per day (GPD)
    50 Gals / Day
  • Feed Water Pressure
    3 bar min to 6 bar max
  • Feed temp (Degrees C)
    4 to 29
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  • RO Unit
  • Height
    410mm
  • Width
    340mm
  • Depth
    140mm
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  • 9 Litre Storage Vessel (Free standing, connected to RO unit by tube, can be placed several yards away)
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  • Storage Vessel Height
    420mm
  • Storage Vessel Diameter
    280 mm
  • Storage Vessel Capacity (max)
     9 ltr
  • The unit should be fed by a water supply that is potable ie drinkable.
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Please note that Reverse Osmosis is a complex process requiring reliable equipment performing under high pressures.

Always know where your water main stop cock is located in the unlikely event of leaks

The Unit Must NOT BE FROZEN

The Unit is NOT designed to filter HOT water. It should only filters water at ambient temperature.

Is Your Water Pressure High Enough

The unit is designed to operate between 40 psi (2.75 bar) to 80 psi (6 bar) (psi = pounds per square inch)

Please note that the only problem you are likely to encounter with operating a Reverse Osmosis unit in your home is if the water pressure is not high enough. The vast majority of UK homes have water pressure that is higher than the required 40 psi.

How To Check Your Water Pressure

The simplest thing to do is to turn your cold water tap in the kitchen on full. 

Stand a few feet away. If you are being splashed with at least a few droplets then your pressure should be high enough.

If this is not happening you should call your local water supplier. They should be able to tell you what your water pressure is and whether it is likely to drop below 40 psi at any time.

NOTE

Local water pressure can change - for example as a result of local road works etc. If the unit stops producing as much water as before check if your pressure has changed. Thank you

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