Eco 100 Reverse Osmosis

Eco 100 Reverse Osmosis

Eco 100 Reverse Osmosis

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Removes or Reduces almost 100% of water contaminants

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Unlimited, fresh, purified water right on tap

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Eco friendly membrane produces 50% less water waste

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Quick turnaround time from order to install

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Free standard installation with any purchase

*Prices may vary depending on house size, number of people in the home and initial set-up.

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Reverse Osmosis water filtration system

Eco 100 Reverse Osmosis

  • Unlimited delicious, purified water on tap
  • Eco friendly membrane produces 50% less water waste
  • Leak detection offers peace of mind
  • Upgraded faucet included
  • 50 Gallon per day membrane
  • NSF/ANSI Standard 58 certified to reduce cysts such as
  • Cryptosporidium and Giardia
  • Alkaline water option available (add on)

    OUR TECHNOLOGY

    Eco Friendly Water Saving Membrane

    The state-of-the-art membrane is the only one of it’s kind designed to remove up to 99% of contaminants including dissolved solids, lead, arsenic,  fluoride, and more from your water while also reducing water waste up to  70% over competing products.

     

    Mechanical Leak Detector

    Every system comes with a mechanical leak detector, an an essential component we believe for any reverse osmosis system as it offers an added layer of protection against potentially costly water damage. By constantly monitoring the system for leaks, the detector can quickly alert homeowners to any issues and prevent water from damaging floors, walls, and other areas of the home. This ensures that the reverse osmosis system not only provides clean, purified water but also operates safely and efficiently.

     

    Designer Faucet

    Functionality meets aesthetics with our designer brushed nickel faucet that provides a sleek and modern look that complements any kitchen design.

     

    Eco 100 Reverse Osmosis under sink filtration
    Inspire Series Filtration and Conditioning System

    Installation Specifications

    The Eco 100 is a robust 4 stage, 50 gallon per day reverse osmosis that boasts and eco-friendly, water-saving membrane,  an upgraded designer faucet a leak detector for peace of mind.

    Installation Specifications:

    • Comes with 4 filters including a pre-sediment filter, 2 carbon filters and an eco, water saving 50 gallon per day membrane.
    • Includes a designer faucet and leak detection
    • Requires existing hole in the countertop to mount dedicated faucet (can use an existing soap dispenser hole or drill 1 3/8″ hole)
    • Compact to fit under almost any sink
    • Add on filterpre-se available for alkaline water

    System Dimensions:

    • Overall Dimensions: 13.50″ W x 17.25″ H x 5.50″ D
      (34.29 cm W x 43.8 cm H x 12.7 cm D)
    • Weight: 17.3 lbs. (7.84 kg)
    • Tank Dimensions: 13.50″ W x 9.00″ H x 9.00″ D
      (34.29 cm W x 22.86 cm H x 22.86 cm D)
    • Tank Capacity Max: 2.8 gal. (10.6 L)
    • Tank Air Pressure Empty: 5 to 7 psi (0.34 to 0.48 bar)
    • Tank Weight (Full): 28.5 lbs. (12.9 kg)

    FAQs

    d and ads salt  In a nutshell, what does the Eco 100 Reverse Osmosis do?

    Our Eco Reverse Osmosis uses a semipermeable membrane and other filters to remove and reduce impurities, contaminants, and particles from water. The Eco 100 offers purified water from one faucet in the home for superior, purified drinking and cooking water.

    Where does the system get installed?
    The system gets installed where under any sink in the home however most typically is installed under the kitchen sink for convenient access to purified water for drinking and cooking.

    What is the maintenance?
    We recommend changing the 3 pre-filters every year and the membrane every other year. If however the RO is installed with a whole home system then the recommended time between filter changes.

    What is required to install the Reverse Osmosis system?

    There are few requirements to install the system. Access to a cold water line and drain are needed along with a hole in the sink to mount the dedicated faucet.

    How does reverse osmosis compare to other water filtration methods?

    Reverse osmosis is considered one of the most effective water filtration methods available. It can remove a wide range of impurities, including smaller particles that other filtration systems may miss. It provides superior purification and produces high-quality, great-tasting water for drinking and cooking.

    What are the benefits of using a reverse osmosis system?

    Reverse osmosis systems offer numerous benefits. They provide clean, safe drinking water by removing or reducing potentially harmful contaminants. They improve the taste and odor of water by eliminating unpleasant flavors and smells. Reverse osmosis also reduces the reliance on bottled water, helping to save money and reduce plastic waste.

    How often do I need to change the filters in a reverse osmosis system? A: Filter replacement frequency depends on the specific system and water conditions. Typically, pre-filters and Post filters need replacement every 12 months, while the membrane may last 2+ years.

    Is reverse osmosis water wasteful?

    Reverse osmosis systems do produce some wastewater as part of the filtration process. However, the Ethical H2O system uses the most eco-friendly, water saving membrane on the market minimizing water wastage by 30% over competing systems.

    Where does the reverse osmosis get installed?

    A reverse osmosis systems is designed to be installed under most any sink however a kitchen sink is most typical.

    Is reverse osmosis water safe for plants and pets? A: Reverse osmosis water is completely safe for pets and plants. In fact, most plants and pets prefer the clean, tasty water.

    Can bacteria grow in the reverse osmosis holding tank? A: Yes, all reverse osmosis holding tanks have the potential to grow bacteria. This is because there is always standing water inside the tank. Part of yearly regular maintenance detail during filter changes is to sanitize the tank.

    Why does a reverse osmosis require a dedicated faucet and a holding tank?

    Reverse osmosis is a filtration process that involves passing water through a semi-impermeable membrane at high pressure to achieve effective purification. To facilitate this process, it requires a certain amount of time to treat the water properly. That’s why having a holding tank is essential, ensuring a readily available supply of purified water whenever you need it. Additionally, a dedicated faucet is necessary because relying solely on the reverse osmosis system for all household water needs would be inefficient and wasteful. Using purified water for tasks like washing dishes would quickly deplete the supply and be impractical. By having a dedicated faucet, you can ensure a continuous and efficient flow of purified water for drinking and other specific uses.

    If I have a water softener, do I need a reverse osmosis?

    To ensure optimal water quality, it is highly recommended to combine a water softener with a reverse osmosis system. While a water softener effectively reduces hardness by removing minerals, it does not address the removal of contaminants. Furthermore, the softener introduces salt into the water. By using a reverse osmosis system in conjunction with the water softener, the salt and additional contaminants are effectively eliminated. This results in clean, purified water that is ideal for drinking and cooking purposes.

    If I have a whole home filter, do I need a reverse osmosis?

    Having a whole-home water filter can significantly improve the quality of water throughout your home by reducing various contaminants. However, a whole-home water filter may not provide the same level of filtration as a reverse osmosis (RO) system when it comes to certain contaminants.

    Whether or not you need a reverse osmosis system in addition to a whole-home water filter depends on your specific needs and the quality of your water. For example, If you have concerns about specific contaminants in your drinking water, such as heavy metals, fluoride, or certain chemicals, a reverse osmosis system can provide an additional layer of filtration to ensure high-quality, purified drinking water.