We provide parts and service to most reverse osmosis units.   Our onus is to post all the Reverse Osmosis parts we inventory and the prices.  If you need a part (we don’t have) – we will gain this for you.

Reverse Osmosis shut off valve

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$30.00 plus tax.

+ This is one of the most popular parts that we sell

 

the second most popular part is the reverse osmosis 5 gallon (3.2 usable gallons) storage tank.

 

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RO 4.5gallon tank – 3.2 gallon ‘usable’. (standard ¼” mpt RO tank) part number RO1010-W

or

RO 3gallon tank – 2 gallon ‘usable’. (standard ¼” mpt RO tank) part number RO 1000

$85.00 plus tax (both tanks – same price).  This price includes a shut off valve.  We always sanitize our tanks following the procedure listed on this page: http://www.azh2o.com/alkalinity-drinking-water-for-offices

 

We have pressurized Reverse Osmosis storage tanks available in capacities ranging from 9gallons to 60 gallons usable.

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RO 14 gallon tank 10 gallon ‘usable’ tank. (standard ¼” mpt RO tank) part number RO1030-P

$160 plus tax.

 

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RO 44 gallon tank 28 gallon ‘usable’ tank. (standard 1.25” mpt RO tank) part number RO1030-P

Price $590.00 plus tax.

 

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10″ in line carbon filter.  This is most commonly utilized for a 4 or 5 stage reverse osmosis unit (Ultima 6 or Ultima 7 reverse osmosis units).

$26.88 plus tax.

 

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reverse osmosis membrane – 24 gallons per day. (Ultima 6 or Ultima 7 reverse osmosis units).

$112.00 plus tax.

 

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6″ in line carbon filter.  Commonly utilized on a Rayne Pure reverse osmosis unit.

$24.64 plus tax.

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10″ sediment reverse osmosis filter. This is commonly utilized on a 4 and 5 stage reverse osmosis unit.  (Ultima 6 or Ultima 7 reverse osmosis units).

$17.92 plus tax.

 

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10″ carbon filter for a reverse osmosis drinking water unit.  This filter is most commonly utilized in all reverse osmosis drinking water units. (Ultima 6 or Ultima 7 reverse osmosis units).

$33.60 plus tax.

 

When you purchase your filters at our company we will sanitize and pressurize your reverse osmosis storage tank at no charge.

If you do not purchase your filters at our company; we are happy to perform this service for the price $15.00 (sanitize and pressurize your reverse osmosis storage/ holding tank).

We utilize a sanitation procedure similar to the procedure described on this page:  http://www.azh2o.com/alkalinity-drinking-water-for-offices

 

10″ residential reverse osmosis filter canister

 

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$30.00 plus tax

This is the verbiage found written on the insert (piece of paper) which is inside this reverse osmosis filter canister.  When you purchase a filter canister from our company – a piece of paper will be inside that contains this verbiage (this verbiage is written from the manufacturer) :

CAUTION: All filtration systems contain other parts that have a limited service life. Exhaustion of the service life of those parts often cannot be easily detected. Commonly, it is only after leakage has been observed or water damage has occurred that one is made aware that the service life has been exhausted.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: To prevent costly repairs or possible water damage we strongly recommend that the bowl or sump of all plastic housings be replaced periodically: every five years for clear sumps, and every ten years for opaque sumps. If your sump has been in use for more than the recommended period, it should be replaced immediately. Be sure to date any new or replacement sump for future reference and indicate the next recommended replacement date. (1)

09/24/14 If you don’t change your filter canisters (sumps) periodically ‘we recommend YOU change your filter canisters (sumps) every 5 years’ – this can happen:

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 If this happens in your home or business – this may result:

flooded house

This is a Channel 5 news story about a reverse osmosis leak.

Here is a quote from this story: “Keller says the malfunctioning RO system did about $100,000 in damage to her home. Her family had to live elsewhere during six months of reconstruction.

http://www.kpho.com/story/23343249/reverse-osmosis-water-systems-can-cause-major-damage#.UjLTB3mC26E.email

 

About 1,800 of our customers rent their reverse osmosis units (1,000 classic RO units and 800 alkalinity reverse osmosis units)

Here is information to rent a classic reverse osmosis unit for $1.00 a day plus tax : http://azh2o.com/rent-a-reverse-osmosis-unit

Here is information to rent an alkalinity reverse osmosis unit for $1.10 a day plus tax : http://azh2o.com/alkalinity-water-filter

 

When you rent the reverse osmosis units from our company we change this equipment out each year at no cost.  We ALSO include a leak controller device to guarantee you will not have a flood or serious leak.

Here is some information about the leak controller that we install:

leak controller

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If you currently own a reverse osmosis unit that does not have this leak controller; you may experience pain, despair and loneliness (because your family may desert you ‘especially if your house floods and your family has to leave their home’). You can add this leak control technology to your existing reverse osmosis for $41.00 plus tax. This is a good decision and a good investment. We are currently experimenting with a new leak control device that may be less expensive and is more efficient and effective.

Reverse Osmosis tubing cutter

TUBING CLIPPER

 $10.00 plus tax

Do you clip the ends of your reverse osmosis lines (tubing) when changing your filters and removing this tubing from any John Guess fittings (push pull connectors)?

You should every time.  Failure to do so may result in a leak or serious flood in your home or business.

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TDS (total dissolved solids) water quality tester – TDS Meter

Part number            description                                           price

TDS-EZ                  Total dissolved solids meter (TDS)          $30.00

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This measures the quality of water.  We mainly utilize this to check the water quality of reverse osmosis units.  This is the same unit our technicians carry in the field.  We have been very pleased with the performance of this devise.  The batteries are included.

$30.00 plus tax

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Part number            description                                               Price

BRCBC-1-2               2.5” X 20” 5 Micron carbon block Ultima    $138.40 plus tax

 

 

Part number            description                                               Price

MB0520-C               20” SL 5M Sediment Filters                        $77.95

 

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One of our current offerings is to help you maintain your reverse osmosis unit.  Here is a picture of Marco helping a customer today.

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Please feel free to bring your RO unit to us and we can help you fix it and sanitize the RO storage tank.  Marco is helping this customer by changing her RO lines and he is also sanitizing her RO storage tank.

We will happy to help you maintain your reverse osmosis unit.

Both of these people are military veterans (this lady served in the Air Force and Marco has served on a nuclear submarine in the Navy).

We are grateful for their contributions .

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My family feels fortunate to employ three US military veterans:

Tom – US Army

Marco – US Navy

Henry – US Army

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Franscisco showed us that this carbon filter was inserted into the RO membrane housing by a person who did not know the inner working and mechanics of a reverse osmosis system.  When a carbon filter is inserted in the RO membrane housing; this will not work.  How did we learn of this happening?  Our technicians removed this from a home.  This unit was not working.   It is important to have the proper knowledge when attaching these ‘in line carbon’  filters and when inserting the proper RO membranes into the RO membrane housing.  We are happy to help you.  We enjoy adopting orphan RO units to repair and maintain.  We are pleased to have knowledgeable people on our staff that can help you maintain and service your reverse osmosis system.

07.14.15 1:49 PM

Occasionally you will ask us to rebuild your reverse osmosis unit (in Phoenix AZ, Buckeye AZ, Laveen, AZ, Scottsdale AZ, Cave Creek AZ and the East Valley including San Tan Valley, AZ and Queen Creek, AZ).  We would like to reveal to you this process.  We call this our reverse osmosis rebuilding process (in Gilbert, AZ and Apache Junction, AZ).

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This is Brett; he has worked in our firm for at least 13 years.

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This is Brett explaining to Suzanne the work he will perform on her reverse osmosis.  Brett is testing the TDS (Total dissolved solids  (1) of this reverse osmosis unit ‘to determine the efficacy of the reverse osmosis membrane’). Brett will be removing the reverse osmosis unit completely from her home and bringing her unit to our factory for a complete rebuild.  We always check the performance of the membrane before we remove the RO unit from our client’s home.  If the membrane is removing the TDS at 90% and above we do not recommend changing the membrane.  If the RO membrane is producing water at 89% or below; we recommend to the client that we should change the membrane.  The average price of an RO membrane is $120.00 plus tax.   We are always trying to save our clients money and provide you the highest quality water.

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Brett is checking the water pressure in Suzanne’s home. We always inform our clients to keep their water pressure regulated to 70 PSI or less.

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Brett is turning off the water to Suzanne’s home.

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Brett removes Suzanne’s RO unit and brings this back to our factory to be rebuilt (Phoenix, Arizona;  Casa Grande, AZ).

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These are Marco’s hands preparing the fittings with Teflon tape.

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We utilize all NSF (2) certified components to rebuild your reverse osmosis unit.  We make the right investment in all the components to increase the longevity and your satisfaction.

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We take time to prepare each one of your components.  We discard any components that don’t meet our quality standards.

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When we complete building your unit it is like new.

When the rebuild process has been completed (the unit is checked under pressure for at least 16 hours ‘to make sure there’ are no leaks) and when this rebuilt reverse osmosis unit passes our quality standards – Brett returns this unit to Suzanne.

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Suzanne’s RO unit (Chandler, AZ; Ahwatukee, AZ, Maricopa, AZ)  is connected to her refrigerator.  When Brett has completed reinstalling Suzanne’s rebuilt RO unit – he checks her refrigerator function to make sure all is satisfactory before leaving her home.

sources for RO rebuild.

1.

2. http://www.nsf.org/

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Reverse Osmosis 3/8” drain adapter (We also have ¼” )

$3.00 plus tax

For 1 ½” tubular drain.

A young man came into our factory today (he called us first) looking for a 3/8” drain adapter.

He is hooking an ice maker drain up.

He was so pleased that we have this part in stock.  He said he called all the plumbing stores and all paths lead to us.  He made our day.  We helped make his day by saving him time and money.

When you are in search of esoteric water treatment parts – please call us before you stop by (we want to make sure we have your part in stock).  Many people send us pictures so we can properly identify your search.  Our phone number is (480) 969-7251.  Our address is 38 East 5th Avenue, Mesa AZ.  If we don’t have it – we will help you find it.

This is a description of the above part:  ¼” in-line John Guess ball valve $10.00 plus Mesa tax

02.15.17 11:10 AM  A man called today for this part.  I asked him to send a picture so I can check on the availability and give him a price.  When I responded I sent our address: 38 East 5th Avenue, Mesa AZ 85210.  We carry most reverse osmosis parts.  We always want to make sure we have this part in stock before you visit our factory.

Here is a map to Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Conditioning.

Our address is : 38 East 5th Avenue, Mesa Arizona 85210

 

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We are happy to ship the parts to you.  We utilize the United States Postal Service for our shipping.

 

Sources:

(1) piece of paper found in the reverse osmosis filter canister (publication reference number from the manufacturer 145031 Rev B AP06)

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Our dream is to buy every reverse osmosis unit that is sold in the Phoenix area (for reverse osmosis repair Phoenix, AZ Cave Creek,  AZ Mesa, AZ Gilbert, AZ) ; explicate each unit; provide the parts and information to our customers.  We will study each unit; learn about each unit and provide the filters and service for each unit.  We will comment about each unit.  We will make our units better from this knowledge to improve our water treatment equipment for Phoenix, AZ Cave Creek, AZ Scottsdale, AZ and San Tan Valley, Az and Buckeye, Az.

This is a PUREBLUEH20 Cost Co reverse osmosis unit.    REVERSE OSMOSIS

WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM MODEL PB-TLR04H5OT Instruction manual

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL for a PUREBLUEH20 REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM MODEL PB-TLR04H5OT

This will not only familiarize you with the system, but it will help you determine the best location for installation whether under a sink or in a remote location. Helpful diagrams follow. Keep this Manual for future reference.

Operational Parameters

Installation must be in compliance with State and local plumbing regulations. Do not use with micro biologically unsafe water or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system. System is intended to be installed using the cold water supply only.

Operating Temperatures:           Maximum 100°F (37.8°C)             Minimum 40°F (4.4°C)

Operating Pressure:       Maximum 100 psi (7.0 kg/cm2) Minimum 40 psi (2.80 kg/cm2)

pH Parameters: Maximum 11     Minimum 2

 

Iron:Maximum 0.2 ppm

TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) < 1800 ppm

Turbidity            <5 NTU

Hardness            Maximum 10 Grains Per Gallon*

Hardness: Recommended hardness not to exceed 10 grains per gallon, or 170 parts per million.

Note: System will operate with hardness over 10 grains but the membrane life may be shortened. The addition of a water softener may lengthen the membrane life.

Water Pressure: The operating water pressure in your home should be tested over, a 24 hour period to attain the maximum pressure. If the incoming water pressure is above 80 psi then a water pressure regulator is required. A booster pump is needed for incoming water pressure under 40psi.

Copper Tube: Reverse Osmosis water should not be run through copper tube as the purity of the water will leach copper, which will cause an undesired taste in water and pin holes may form in the tube.

Note: Polytubing is recommended.

Maintenance of Filters for Model PB-TLR04HSOT:

Part Number       Description                        Replacement

PB-TLR04SEDT   Stage 1 -Sediment               Every 6 months

PB-TLR04CB2T   Stage 2 – Pre-Carbon           Every 6 months

PB-TLR04MC50T Stage 3 – RO Membrane       Every 2-5 years

PB-TLR04CB4T   Stage 4 – Post-Carbon          Every 1 year -Annually

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REQUIRED TOOLS & MATERIALS

  • Tape Measure • 1/8″&7/32″Drill Bits • Phillips Head Screwdriver
  • Center Punch • Adjustable Wrench • Safety Glasses
  • Pencil • Masking Tape • Pan or Bucket
  • Utility Knife

PACKAGE CONTENTS

Reverse Osmosis System Assembly; RO System Manifold; Pre Filter, Pre Filter, Post Filter, Membrane Filter; Angle Stop Adapter; Teflon- Tape; Eye Dropper; RO Faucet; Mounting Screws; Tank Connector

Water Storage Tank with Mount Stand; DrainConnector Assembly; Drain Connector ; Screws; Nuts; Foam Seal; Restrictor; 4’of l/4″WhiteTube; 4’of 3/8″White Tube

 

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PREPARE SITE FOR INSTALLATION

1 Prior to starting, close the cold water shut-off valve.

2 Temporarily place tank and filter assembly into cabinet to ensure adequate space and proper positioning.

3 Remove tank and filter assembly from cabinet and set aside.

Note: The Filter System should not be installed in a location susceptible to freezing.

INSTALLATION OVERVIEW

There are seven easy steps to installing your RO unit, They are as follows:

Step 1 – Install Angle Stop Adapter (water source for filter system)

Step 2 – Install RO Drain Connector

Step 3 – Install RO Filter Assembly

Step 4  – Install Water Storage Tank

Steps 5 – Install RO Faucet

Step 6 – Connect Tubing

Step 7 – Sanitize, Pressure Test, Purge System

Notice: You must check and comply with all local plumbing codes.

If installing in a remote location, please refer to Step Seven on page 9.

STANDARD INSTALLATION

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WARNING

Be sure that all electrical appliances and outlets are turned off at the circuit breaker before working in the cabinet area.

STEP ONE – INSTALL KITCHEN FAUCET ADAPTER

1 Identify the cold water line in the sink cabinet. Turn off the cold water supply to the sink.

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2 Turn on the kitchen faucet to release pressure and allow water to completely drain from the line.

3 Disconnect the cold water line from the cold water angle stop valve. Note: You may need a plumber to shorten the supply line pipe using a hacksaw or pipe cutter to accommodate the Kitchen Faucet Adapter if pipe is rigid.

4 Screw on Angle Stop Adapter to cold water angle stop valve. Do not over tighten Angle    Stop Adapter

(See diagram to the right)

5 Screw the cold water supply line to the male thread side of the Angle Stop Adapter.

Caution: Do not over tighten.

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STEP TWO – INSTALL RO DRAIN CONNECTOR

Cation – Please wear safety glasses to protect eyes when drilling.

1 Identify drain outlet location.

2 From back of foam seal, remove protective cover. Knock center hole out, align holes, and attach to front plate of drain connector.

3 Allowing room for drilling, position the drain connector (K) on sink drain pipe above drain trap.

4 Securely tighten nuts (M) and screws (L).

5 Using drain connector port as drill guide, drill 7/32″ hole through wall of drain pipe. Be sure not to penetrate opposite side of pipe, and be careful not to damage side of drain port fitting.


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J – Drain Connector Assembly

K – Drain Connector

L – Screws

M -Nuts

N -Foam Seal

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STEP THREE – INSTALL RO FILTER ASSEMBLY

1  Select easily accessible area under sink to mount system manifold. Note: Allow 4-6″ clearance below the filter to the floor to allow ample space for filter changes.

2 Remove shroud from manifold and set aside.

3 Mark holes for mounting screws using built-in bracket on back of manifold.

4 Drill two pilot holes for mounting brackets using 1/8″drill bit*

5 Insert mounting screws into the wall leaving approximately 3/8″ of each screw exposed.

6 Hang manifold on mounting screws.

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STEP FOUR – INSTALL WATER STORAGE TANK for Water Filtration and water treatment in Buckeye, AZ Avondale AZ, Phoenix Arizona reverse osmosis storage tanks and water treatment for Scottsdale Arizona and Fountain Hills Arizona.

1 On the nipple on top of the tank, apply 4-6 wraps of Teflon® tape.

2 Hand-tighten the tank connector onto the tank

nipple 3-4 times. Note: do not cross-thread or over-tighten.

3 Using mount stand, place tank next to system assembly.

(Teflon® Tape

(a Tank Connector and Water Storage Tank)

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STEP FIVE – INSTALL RO FAUCET Figure: 1A

You will need a sink top hole of 1.25″ in diameter. Note: Drilling holes into solid surfaces or surfaces made of stone should only be performed by a qualified and certified installer. Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Conditioning specializes and drilling Reverse Osmosis faucets and we also carry many styles of RO faucets.

1 Ensure faucet base will mount flat against surface.

2 Ensure there is a sufficient length of all three tubes between faucet body and manifold 3/8″ white drain tube, 1/4″ red air gap tube and 3/8″ blue filtered water faucet tube.

3 Loosen locking nut on stem allowing white”spacer”to slide down shank and split washer to slide out and set it aside (see faucet drawing in figure 1A on right).

4 Route 3 tubes on faucet from top of sink through hole in sink. Make sure all tubing is inserted through hole without restriction.

5 Lower faucet body, making sure rubber washer and escutcheon plate fit properly over hole on sink.

6 Insert split washer above spacer and begin to tighten faucet to sink base. Make sure to check alignment of rubber washer and escutcheon plate to make sure they are centered properly (refer to figure 1 A).

7 If alignment proper, continue to fasten faucet to sink base by tightening locking nut enough to hold the faucet base in place.

8 Adjust faucet body handle as desired and complete tightening faucet to sink base, making sure to not over tighten.

 

Words displayed in Figure: 1 A (faucet)

Display

Circuit Board

Battery

(CR2032)

Battery Seat

Large Rubber Washer

Split Washer

Spacer

Lockwasher Locking Nut

Faucet

Air Gap

Window

Brine Input

Brine Output

Escutcheon

Counter Top

1.25″ Hole

3/8″ Connector

Red Tube 1/4″

Blue Tube 3/8″  White Tube 3/8″

Drain Water In 1/4″       Drain Water Out 3/8″

Connect to filtered water

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STEP SIX – CONNECT TUBING

Note: For servicing, tubing lengths should allow for removal of assembly from mount screws.

Install RO, REVERSE OSMOSIS tubing PHOENIX ARIZONA, FOUNTAIN HILLS ARIZONA for water supply line from kitchen faucet adaptor to manifold inlet. RO FAUCETS BUCKEYE, AZ GILBERT AZ, SCOTTSDALE AZ.

Notice: Do not bend or crimp tubing during this step.

1 Locate and identify 1/4″white tubing (Q) determine length necessary to connect to manifold (A) where it is labeled “INLET”

Allow sufficient tubing to prevent line kinking.

2 With utility knife, cut the 1/4″ white  tubing squarely to desired length needed to reach the Angle Stop Adapter (F).

3 With water, wet one end of tubing and push into the faucet connection adaptor approximately 5/8″ until it stops.

Note: make sure tube is fully inserted until it stops.

4 Wet other end of tubing and push into the manifold “INLET”approximately 5/8” until it stops.     Inlet Water.

 

Angle Stop Adapter FOR RO UNITS SCOTTSDALE, AZ PARADISE VALLEY, AZ  GOODYEAR ARIZONA.

Note: It is not necessary to remove tubing for routine

maintenance and filter exchanges, however, it may easily be disconnected if necessary. To disconnect, turn off water supply to system and press in white collar around fitting while pulling

tubing out with other hand.

 

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Install tubing for water supply line from manifold outlet to faucet.

1 Locate 3/8″ blue tubing already attached to faucet stem as described in Step 2 on page 6.

2 Identify blue tubing coming down from faucet.

3 Measure length needed to connect to “manifold outlet” on RO system.

4 If necessary, cut tubing to desired length, making sure to leave enough tubing to freely assemble and attach. Make sure to cut tubing squarely

and cleanly with no abrasive edges.

5 Wet end of blue tubing and insert into manifold outlet labeled “faucet’

Push firmly into fitting and then gently tug to make sure connection is secure.

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STEP SIX – CONNECT TUBING (Continued)

Connect tubing from manifold to tank.

1 Use 4 ft. 3/8″ white tubing (P), measure and identify length needed to connect tank outlet labeled “TANK” on (A) manifold to (E) tank, plus four to six inches (4″ to 6″).

2 Cut white tubing square with a utility knife.

3 Wet tubing end and insert into compression nut of tank connector fitting (connected to tank) all the way to the tube stop inside the fitting body. If tubing does not enter the nut easily, loosen the nut one turn and insert tubing all the way to the tube stop in the fitting body.

4 Hand-tighten the nut and then tighten with wrench 1-2 turns.

5 Insert other end of white tubing into outlet of manifold labeled “TANK” approximately 5/8″ until it stops.

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WORDS IN PICTURE:

RO System Manifold

Manifold

Tank Outlet

 

Air gap from faucet to RO Assembly.

 

1 Locate membrane drain port on bottom of Stage 3 (50 GPD Membrane) filter.

2 By pushing down on the red collar while pulling plug with other hand, remove black plug from membrane filter drain port.

3 Identify 1/4″ red tubing attached to faucet body.

4 Identify length necessary to connect to drain port on membrane vessel.

5 With utility knife, cut the 1/4″ red tubing squarely to desired length.

6 Insert restrictor into end of red tubing. (See diagram below)

7 Insert red tubing into membrane drain filter approximately 5/8”until it stops.

8 Gently tug on red tubing to ensure it is firmly seated in fitting.

Note: Do not remove restrictor from tube.

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Connect 3/8″ tube from faucet to drain adaptor.

1 Identify 3/8″ white tubing attached to faucet body.

2 Attach other end of tubing to collet on sink drain connector.

3 Cut enough 3/8″white tubing to route in as straight as possible without any twists, kinks, loops or valleys.

4 Cut end of 3/8″white tubing squarely with utility knife.

5 Insert into fitting approximately 1″ until it stops.

6 Gently tug on white tubing to ensure it is firmly seated in fitting.

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STEP SEVEN – OPTIONAL REMOTE INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

(skip if doing standard under sink installation)

Install remote drain point and leave air gap. Running drain tubing to an existing drain is also an option but may require longer tube lengths. Suitable drains include laundry tubs, floor drains or sumps. Check local plumbing codes.

Note: To prevent water from backing up into system, be sure to install air gap between drain point and end of hose.

1 Gently pull the 1/4″ red tubing from the faucet body.

2 Determine if tubing is long enough to reach drain. If yes, insert restrictor in end of tubing and insert this end into drain port on membrane filter. If no, replace red tubing with tubing of adequate length and insert restrictor into end of tubing. Insert this end of tubing into drain port on membrane filter.

3 Run tubing to drain point securing at end with bracket (not supplied). Ensure 1-1/2″air gap is between drain and end of tube.

4 Remove 3/8″ white tubing from faucet body and discard.

5 Reinstall shroud with short side to the back by sliding shroud over manifold until it is snug.

Note: Faucet will not have 114″ or 318″ tubing attached to air gap barbs in faucet body for remote installation.

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Outside Faucet

3/8″ reverse osmosis Tube

RO 3/8″ Tube for reverse osmosis repair San Tan Valley, AZ and Queen Creek, AZ; Scottsdale, AZ;  Cave Creek, AZ.

Soft Water to RO Filter  to RO Faucet  to RO storage Tanks in Mesa, AZ.

HOT      Water HEATER      System Assembly

Water   Water

Water Heater Filtration Tube

System Drain Point

 

Main water Value

Water Softener Drain line

 

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STEP EIGHT – SANITIZE, PRESSURE TEST & PURGE SYSTEM

Sanitize

Caution: Sanitization is recommended after RO Filter System filter changes and any inner-part servicing. The person sanitizing should have clean hands during this process.

1 Shut off water supply to RO system.

2 Open faucet. If tank is not empty, allow to drain until empty.

3 Disconnect white tubing from tank by unscrewing nut from tank connector fitting.

4 With included eyedropper, add 3ml household bleach (5.25%), into open end of tank white tubing. Warning: Bleach needs to be handled according to manufacturer’s instructions.

5 Reconnect tank and white tubing to tank connector fitting.

6 Sanitization will be completed during the following pressure test and purge.

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Eye Dropper to sanitize RO tank.  Boyett’s Rayne Water Conditioning inventory sanitization fluid for reverse osmosis units.

 

Warning: Bleach must be completely removed from system before drinking water. See Purge instructions below.

 

 

Pressure Test

Warning: Complete sanitization prior to pressure test.

1 Open cold water supply valve to RO Filter System.

2 To purge air from the plumbing system, open kitchen faucet. Close faucet when water runs smooth.

3 Confirm RO faucet is closed.

4 Within approximately 2 hours, pressure will start to build in the RO Filter System. Carefully inspect all connections and fittings while this pressure buildup occurs.

5 Check for leaks. If leaks are found, fix by ensuring all tubing is cut squarely and fully inserted. Also confirm there are no scratches, dents or notches at tubing end. If there are, squarely cut 1″ off and re-insert.

Note: When RO Filter System is first pressurized, water may project from faucet air gap hole until air is passed from RO Filter System.

Purge

1 Open the RO faucet and leave it open until water begins to trickle out (this may take a few minutes, and the water will come out slowly).

2 Close the RO faucet allowing the storage tank to fill with water. It may take 3 to 6 hours to fill the tank completely depending on the production capability of the membrane, local water temperature and water pressure.

Note: During the fill period, you may hear water trickling which is a normal occurrence.

3 After the storage tank has filled, open the RO faucet to flush the tank completely. You will know the tank is empty when the flow rate from the RO faucet is down to a trickle. Repeat this step two more times. The fourth tank can be used for drinking. The flushing process should take about a day to complete.

 

PURE BLUE H20

NOTE: See Product Data Sheet (PDS) for specifications.

ADDITIONAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE INFORMATION

Non-potable Water Sources:

Warning: Do not use with water that is micro biologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system. Systems certified for cyst reduction may be used on disinfected water that may contain filterable cysts.

Replacement of the reverse osmosis membrane cartridge:

This reverse osmosis system contains a replaceable component critical to the efficiency of the system. Replacement of the reverse osmosis component should be with one of identical specifications, as defined by the manufacturer, to ensure the same efficiency and contaminant reduction performance.

Arsenic Reduction:

Arsenic (As) is found naturally in some well water. Arsenic in water has no color, taste or odor. It must be measured by a lab test. Public water utilities must have their water tested for arsenic. You can get the result from your water utility. If you have your own well, you can have the water tested by an accredited lab. The local health department or the state environmental health agency can provide a list of certified labs. Further information about arsenic in water can be found through the EPA’s website at www.epa.gov/sfaewater/arsenic.html.

There are two forms of arsenic: pentavalent + arsenic (As (V)) and trivalent arsenic (As (Ill)). Special sampling procedures are needed for a lab to determine what type and how much of each type of arsenic is in the water. In well water, arsenic may be pentavalent, trivalent, or a combination of both. Reverse osmosis membranes are effective at reducing pentavalent arsenic but not trivalent arsenic.

+ pentavalent-having a valence of five

PURE BLUE H2O COST CO RO UNIT; FILTERS, SERVICE AND PARTS.

SYSTEM MAINTENANCE

RO Prefilter/RO PostfiIter

Note: The prefilter and post-filters are replaceable sediment and activated carbon cartridges located in stages 1, 2 and 4. It is recommended to replace stage 1 and 2 every 6 months, stage 3 every 2-5 years and stage 4 annually. You may need to replace more often with high water usage or high sediment level. Replacing these cartridges timely will protect the RO membrane from high levels of chlorine and/or sediment.  As these filters build up with sediment, you may notice slower water output.

RO Membrane Cartridge

The RO cartridge is located in stage 3. This membrane is a spiral wound membrane which reduces the dissolved solids and organic matter. Cartridge life depends on pH and supply water hardness. Higher pH shortens membrane life by causing pin-hole leaks. If pH is higher than 8.0, cartridge life may be as short as 6 months. If pH is under 7.5, cartridge life may last up to 24 months. When output water quality and production rate decrease, it is time to replace the membrane cartridge. Lasts 2-5 years depending on incoming water quality.

Flow rate and output are determihed by 3 factors:

1 Incoming water temperature

2 Total dissolved solids (TDS) present in supply water

3 Incoming water pressure

Lower temperatures are directly proportional to slower flow rate. All membranes are tested at 77°F. Incoming water temperature should not exceed 100°F. The RO Filter System should also not be installed in a location susceptible to freezing.

The more TDS in the supply water, greater filter time is required. Incoming TDS should not exceed 1000 ppm.

Higher water pressure enables a higher flow rate. Pressure must be above 40 psi for proper system operation. You may consider installing a permeate pump or booster pump if your pressure is below 40 psi.

RO Cartridge Replacement

Remove 1/4″ drain tube from bottom of membrane cartridge.

Remove the pre-filter cartridges by turning each to the left and pulling down to first relieve pressure on the RO filter.

3 Turn RO filter to the left while pulling down and remove.

4 Remove post-filter cartridge by turning to the left while pulling down.

5 Discard cartridges.

6 Install new cartridges in reverse order turning to the right to secure:

4- Post-Carbon Block Cartridge

3 – RO Membrane Cartridge

2 – Pre-Carbon Block Cartridge

1 – Sediment Cartridge

7 Install 1/4″ red tube into fitting at bottom of membrane cartridge. (Do not remove (I) flow restrictor)

8 Purge RO Filter System as outlined in Step Eight (page 10).

 

PUREBLUEH2O COST CO RO UNIT, FILTERS; SERVICE, MEMBRANES, RO STORAGE TANKS, PARTS IN THE GILBERT, AZ; CHANDLER ARIZONA AND PHOENIX, AZ.

 

Faucet Battery Replacement

1 Pull out battery drawer located on faucet handle.

2 Install battery.

3 Reset: Install battery, blue light should be flashing, followed by the red light.

4 Install into faucet canopy.

5 Open filtered water with blue signal.

LED Function:

1 Timer and LED display function built in.

2 The blue light flashes during normal operation indicating filters are good. If the operation time exceeds 6 months and/or the red light flashes change the appropriate filters and battery.

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Filter Replacement

1 Turn cartridge to left until unit releases.

Gently pull down to remove from head. Discard used cartridge.

Note: Place a bucket or pan under system to catch any water drips.

2 Hold new cartridge with label slightly facing left. The two nozzles on top of cartridge should be toward the back of the Filter System, and the two extended flanges should be out to each side.

Note: Part No. PB-TLR04SEDT (Sediment) should be in stage 1, Part No. PBTLRO4CB2T (Pre-Carbon) should be in stage 2, Part No. PB-TLR04MC50T (RO Membrane) should be in stage 3 and Part No. PB-TLR04CB4T (Post-Carbon) should be in stage 4.

3 Lift cartridge straight up into the manifold until the two nozzles seat into the manifold ports, and the two extended flanges are flush with the manifold.

4 Turn cartridge to the right until it stops.

5 Turn on cold water shut-off valve and RO faucet. Check for leaks.

6 Pressure test and Purge per Step Eight above.

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Reverse osmosis Manifold

Top of reverse osmosis filter Cartridges

 

PUREBLUEH2O COST CO RO UNIT, FILTERS; SERVICE, MEMBRANES, RO STORAGE TANKS, DRAIN FLOW RESRICTOR PARTS IN THE LAVEEN, AZ; AHWATUKEE ARIZONA AND FOOTHILLS, AZ; GOLD CANYON, ARIZONA; SURPRISE, AZ, PERALTA TRAIL, AZ.

Drain Flow Restrictor

The restrictor is vital for proper operation of the RO membrane cartridge as it keeps water flowing through the membrane at the proper rate ensuring the water produced is the best quality. It is recommended the restrictor assembly be periodically inspected to be sure it is clean and unrestricted. If service is required on the drain flow assembly, disassemble and reassemble as outlined in Step Six above.

This Model No: PB-TLRO4H50T

The warranty indicates:

… We shall not be liable for any anticipated or lost profits, incidental damages, consequential damages, costs, time charges or other losses incurred in connection with the purchase, installation, repair or operation of product/ system, and we do not authorize anyone to assume for us any liability in connection with the product/system or any part thereof.

As a businessman; this sounds to me like they are not accepting any responsibility for damage caused by their unit.

When we connected this unit at our factory this unit consumed 6 gallons of water for every 3 gallons produced.  The PH of this water tested 6.5.

The unit that we install utilizes 3 gallons for every 3 gallons produced.  The PH of our water tested 8-8.5 PH. Based upon our calculations and water quality testing the Model No: PB-TLRO4H50T Cost Co Ro unit is wasteful and the water is acidic.

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This is a Model No: PB-TLRO4H50T Cost Co Reverse Osmosis unit that we connected to our Reverse Osmosis preparation and testing laboratory.

This is the description and part numbers for the Reverse Osmosis filters and RO membrane:

Part No. PB-TLR04SEDT (Sediment) should be in stage 1,

Part No. PBTLRO4CB2T (Pre-Carbon) should be in stage 2,

Part No. PB-TLR04MC50T (RO Membrane) should be in stage 3 and

Part No. PB-TLR04CB4T (Post-Carbon)

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We utilized industry standard – testing and quality measurement protocol to compare the Model No: PB-TLRO4H50T (Cost Co reverse osmosis drinking water system) to our Water Saving Alkalinity Reverse Osmosis drinking water system and determined that ours is more efficient, has a higher quality output and may be more healthy for our clients ‘adds back minerals and gives you a higher water ph’.   Our filters are larger and will last and sustain longer.

Our reverse osmosis mission  is to buy every reverse osmosis unit that is sold in the Phoenix metro area, explicate these units (carry all the parts, filters and collect all the information we need to service these units).  We will provide comparisons to our rental water saving and alkalinity reverse osmosis units.  We feel this will provide our customers with the most convenient and economical filters, parts and service for all reverse osmosis units.  If you need parts, filters and service for the Model No: PB-TLRO4H50T (Cost Co reverse osmosis drinking water system) we plan to have it.  If we don’t have it – we plan to get it.

09.21.15 12:29 PM

I stopped by a Cost Co store and asked them if a person can pick up these filters (at the same place they purchased their unit):

Model No: PB-TLRO4H50T Cost Co Reverse Osmosis unit.

This is the description and part numbers for the Reverse Osmosis filters and RO membrane:

Part No. PB-TLR04SEDT (Sediment) should be in stage 1,

Part No. PBTLRO4CB2T (Pre-Carbon) should be in stage 2,

Part No. PB-TLR04MC50T (RO Membrane) should be in stage 3 and

Part No. PB-TLR04CB4T (Post-Carbon)

a Cost Co representative said a person cannot buy these filters at their store.  I also asked if a person can contact Cost Co for service, filter changes and sanitation or repair.  The Cost Co representative said a person cannot.

We plan to carry all these filters at our factory.  We also plan to schedule and provide service, filter changes and sanitation or repair for Model No: PB-TLRO4H50T Cost Co Reverse Osmosis unit.  All this service and parts will help provide reverse osmosis repair, filters and parts and service to Cave Creek, AZ, Chandler, AZ, Gold Canyon, AZ,  Florence, AZ, Scottsdale, AZ.

11.18.15 1:55 PM

Old Cost Co RO unit filters.  RO – Pure Filters.  Cost Co Premier reverse osmosis unit.

Sediment filter -red label pn 105311
Carbon prefilter- 105351
Carbon post filter- 105341

11.03.15 10:11 AM. Last night I visited a home where a PUREBLUEH20 Cost Co reverse osmosis unit checked 75% pure.  The customer recently changed the filters and the membrane.  I was surprised that the quality measurement was not 95%.  We recommend that RO units measure at least 90% pure.

09.22.15 2:29 AM

Some people call the beautiful kitchen faucets and accessories candy for the eyes.  We have some reverse osmosis faucets that can be kitchen candy for your eyes.  Reverse osmosis faucet design has improved significantly in the last 10 years.  These reverse osmosis faucets are beautiful, affordable and very available right here in Mesa, AZ for Goodyear, AZ, Buckeye AZ whole house water filtration and drinking water purification.

Tomlinson DESIGNER reverse osmosis FAUCET

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Smooth operating ceramic disk element

  • Lever style handle
  • High reach neck design of 12′(305 mm); optional shorter neck also available
  • Neck swivels easily, 360 degrees
  • Unique protective spout tip prevents after drip
  • Base diameter is 2-1/4 (57 mm)
  • Preinstalled tubing for quick connections
  • Mounting hardware included
  • NSF listed to ANSI NSF Std. 61-1999a
  • Two-year warranty

 

 

 

Our RO faucet is available in eight designer finishes to match the decor of today’s high-end kitchens. (Colors may vary slightly from pictures shown)

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Model No         Description

1019299            Designer RO Faucet, polished chrome

1019309            Designer RO Faucet, polished brass

1019301            Designer RO Faucet, satin nickel

1019311            Designer RO Faucet, antique bronze

1019303            Designer RO Faucet, white

1019307            Designer RO Faucet, black

1019305            Designer RO Faucet, biscuit

1019444            Designer RD Faucet, bright nickel

Note: Spout reach is approximately 5′(127 mm). Faucet is 12 (305 mm) high. Preinstalled ¼” inlet tubing. Pressure rating is 125 PSI/ 8.3 BAR. Flow rate is 1.0 gpm/3. 785 lpm at 35 PSI /2.32 BAR.

Temperature rating is 40°F/4°C to 150°F/66°C.

 

 

603 Series RO Faucets

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Description Part #
Non Air Gap
Chrome 6033CP
Brushed Nickel 6033NP
Brushed Chrome 6033BC
Oil Rubbed Bronze 6033ORB
Antique Bronze 6033AZ
White 6033WE
Ivory 6033IY
Black 6033BK
Air Gap
Chrome 603AG3CP
Brushed Nickel 6033AG3NP

 

888 Series Faucets

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Description Part #
Non Air Gap
Chrome 8883CP
Brushed Nickel 8883NP
Brushed Chrome 8883BC
Oil Rubbed Bronze 8883ORB
Antique Bronze 8883AZ
Antique Wine 8883AW
White 8883WE
Ivory 8883IY
Black 8883BK

 

905 Series Faucets

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Description Part #
Non Air Gap
Chrome 9053CP
Brushed Nickel 9053NP
Brushed Chrome 9053BC
Oil Rubbed Bronze 9053ORB
Antique Bronze 9053AZ
Antique Wine 9053AW
White 9053WE
Ivory 9053IY
Black 9053BK
Matte Black 9053MB
Antique Brass 9053AB
Air Gap
Chrome 905AG3CP
Brushed Nickel 905AG3NP

09.23.15 9:15 AM

It is always a great idea to check the availability and pricing before you drive to our factory.  Our phone number is (480) 969-7251.  When we receive discount pricing; we pass this savings to you.  If we do not have an item in stock – we should be able to procure this item for you in one day or less.

 

10.13.15 4:30 PM

Lowe’s reverse osmosis units Krystal Pure KR5, KR10, KR15

 

Here is an article that discusses the great advantage of the reverse osmosis process:  is sponsored by

Technology of Businessis  Can making seawater drinkable quench the world’s thirst?

By Padraig BeltonBusiness reporter 13 October 2015 http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34478052

Krystal Pure owners manual for reverse osmosis drinking water system KR5; KR10; KR15

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Pure

For Krystai Pure’ Reverse Osmosis Systems KR59 KR10 • KR15

Includes: Installation and Service Procedures, Specifications and Operation Guidelines.

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  1. Faucet and tubing
  2. Drain clamp
  3. Easy Tap Adapter
  4. Screws
  5. Union Coupling
  6. R/O tubing
  7. Storage tank with ball valve
  8. Filterpac Unit (image may vary from model in box, KR5 will have two filter canisters)
  9. Water Quality Monitor (included with KR15 model only)

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counter top

faucet stem

 

slot washer

white spacer

 

‘             washer

lock washer (optional)

9/16″ nut

5/8″ adapter fitting

X 3/8″ tube adapter

fitting

 

Krystal Pure  Reverse Osmosis System Manual

FILTER REPLACEMENT LIST

Part Numbers

RIO Model                 PRE SEDIMENT         PRE CARBON              MEMBRANE      M.A.P/ CARBON              POST CARBON

KR5                                    N/A                CB05 #135-1210-1      TFC-24 #138- 124-1         N/A                         CB #135-1210-2

 

KR10                             P1 #136-1110-1   CB05 #135-1210-1   TFC-24 #138- 124-1         N/A                        CB #135-1210-2

 

 

KR15                                 N/A               CB05 #135-1210-1             TFC-24 #138- 124-1         CB05 #135-1210-2       CB05 #135-1210-2

 

 

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST: KR5 • KR1O • KR15

Qty.      Part No.             Description

1            103-0504           Easy Tap Adapter

1            419-1404-1       ¼” JG 90 Ball Valve

1            805-510-04       Fitting ¼” MPT X ¼” stem

2            804-11-04           ¼” Hex Nipple

1            419-1406           3/8″ JG 90 Ball Valve, Storage

Tank

3            805-40-02         Fitting 1/4″ mpt x 1/4″ JG Elbow

1            123-541             Water Conservation Shut-Off

Valve

1            128-00                R/O Membrane Housing

1            128-R                   0-ring, Membrane Housing

2            805-40-04           Fitting 1/8″ mpt x ¼” JG Elbow

1            121-1604-1       Check Valve Fitting 1/8” mpt x¼” JG Elbow

1            129-260             Flow Restrictor, 260 ml

1            110-03181        3.2 Gallon Storage Tank

1            805-40-042       Fitting 3/B” stem x ¼” JG Elbow

 

Qty.      Part No.             Description

1            805-70-06         Fitting Union 3/8” JG Tee

1            805-510-06       Fitting ¼” mpt x 3/8″ stem

2            805-40-06         Fitting ¼” mpt x 3/8″ JG Elbow

1            125-124             R/O Faucet, Specify Color

1            805-25-04         Faucet Adapter 3/8’ x 7/16″ fpt

1            805-15-04         ¼” Union JG

1            124-462             Drain Saddle Clamp

3            127-1101           Filter Bowl Canister

3            127-1 R              0-ring, Filter Bowl canister

6            805-LC-06         3/8” Locking Clip JG

12          805-LC-04         ¼” Locking Clip JG

2            122-321             Clips, Membrane

1 .          120-131             Bracket

 

Trouble shooting guide

PROBLEM              CAUSE                                  SOLUTION

Cloudy ice        Bad membrane.            Replace Membrane and Sanitize when below 75% rejec-

cubes or milky                                              tion.

colored water.                      Water supply.         High oxygen content.

Refrigerator.           Some refrigerators freeze differently, leaving the ice cube

looking cloudy. Let cube dissolve in glass of water. If just

air, will float to surface and dissipate.

System is still new.            This is normal and should clear up in two weeks

Krystal Pure    Reverse Osmosis System Manual

TROUBLE SHOOTING   GUIDE (CONTINUED)

PROBLEM                              CAUSE                                             SOLUTION

Noisy drain or                 Air gap faucet.             A little noise is common with air gap faucets. Check

faucet,                                                          manual to be sure installed in proper location. Allow two

weeks for air to work out of system.

Drain tube.  Check that drain tube from faucet is continuously

Down hill to drain. Loops or dips will cause noise.

Disconnect drain tube and clean free of debris.

Hole on faucet             Drain clamp                    Align drain clamp hole with drainpipe hole.

is leaking,                        slipped.

Drain tube loops or            Shorten drain tube from faucet until smooth down

dips.                                         hill flow to drain.

 

Restriction in drain              Disconnect drain tube and clean Out restriction.

tube.

Filter bowl                        0-ring not sealed         If damaged, replace. If dirty, clean, lubricate and

canister leak                       properly.                 retighten filter bowl. Hand tighten firmly.

Water does not             Bad membrane.            Replace membrane when below 75% rejection and

taste or smell                                                            sanitize.

right.                                   Filters have expired.     Replace filters. Should be replaced every 6 to 12

months.

Little water use.           Drain or use entire tank. Should be done every 2

Weeks if low water use.

System needs sanitizing.      Sanitize (see Step 11: Recommended Sanitizing

Instructions) and replace filters.

Little water                 Over pressurized              When empty, tank pressure should be between 5-

from faucet.                      tank.                            12 PSI.

 

Incoming water                    Increase pressure to 40 PSI with a pump.

pressure is below

40 PSI.

New system or fil-                     System takes 4 to 12 hours to completely fill.

ters just changed.

Bad check valve.                       Replace check valve.

Tank valve not                         Open valve.

open.

Bad storage tank.         Replace storage tank. If not bad check that tank air pres-

sure is between 5-12 PSI when empty.

Filters clogged.           Replace filters.

Kinked tube.          Un-kink tube. If damaged, replace tube.

System is                Shut off valve not        Replace shut uti valve.

continually              working.

running.                  Low city supply       Increase water pressure to 40 PSI with a pump.

water pressure.

Bad check valve.             Replace check valves.

Ice being made in          Nothing you can do, ice is made on demand.

refrigerator.

System is new. Allow 2 weeks for air to bleed.

TROUBLESHOOTING    GUIDE (CONTINUED)

PROBLEM                CAUSE                                        SOLUTION

Ice maker not    Ball valve to ice           Turn on ball valve.

working.                        line is off.

Ice maker in re-       Turn to on position.

frigerator is off.

Ice maker line          Thaw with hair dryer. Make sure you have a full tank of

Frozen.                  water before turning ice maker on.

Tube to refrigera-         Find kink arid repair.

tor is kinked.

No water out           1-quart reservoir                 Hold down dispenser handle for approximately 3

of refrigerator                      not full.                                        Minutes until water comes out. Make

door.                                                                                                         sure R/O tank is full.

 

 

 

Makes water                       Normal R/O              Your R/O system makes water a drop at a time. 3-

slowly.                                    process.                  Gallon storage tank should be full in 4-12 hours.

Low city water  Increase to 40 PSI. with a booster pump.

pressure.

Kinked tubing.           Find kink and repair.

Filters plugged.            Replace filters.

Bad membrane.           Replace membrane.

 

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POST CARBON FILTER

STORAGE TANK

 

KR5

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R/O MEMBRANE

WATER CONSERVATION

SHUT-OFF VALVE

EASY TAP

SEDIMENT

CARBON

DRAIN

FILTER  FILTER  BL6

FILTER

STORAGE TANK

KR15

HOUSING          RDBK6

10BK6 DRAIN

KR10

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K 15

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about 3 to 11 gallons of water goes to the drain for every gallon produced.  Our new RO development – our RO unit is a one to one ratio.

02.21.17 12:22 PM  Here is a manufacturers diagram for a Krystal Pure KR 10 reverse osmosis unit

I have circled the Krystal Pure KR 10 automatic shut off valve (in the picture above)

Krystal pure KR 10

 

A man called in for a shut off valve for a Krystal Pure KR 10 reverse osmosis unit (manufactured by Ameriflow – also manufacturers of the Envirotec water softener).  People also refer to the Krystal pure KR 10 as an Envirotec reverse osmosis unit.

 

The Krystal pure KR 10 shut off valve part number is 123541

 

10.21.15

This is an image of one of the first residential reverse osmosis units made.  The company that manufactured this unit is called Nimbus reverse osmosis company.  This unit was developed in the 60’s and they are still manufacturing reverse osmosis units today.  We can provide all the parts and service to these Nimbus RO units in Gilbert, AZ; Ahwatukee, AZ and in the metro Phoenix, AZ areas.

faq-ro2

 

Nimbus was one of the first companies to provide reverse osmosis drinking water systems to residential customers.  Nimbus has also specialized in providing commercial reverse osmosis units to businesses and industrial applications.  Our business has been proud to install Nimbus reverse osmosis units since the 1960’s.

This is a list of units and products that Nimbus provides.  We are happy to provide parts to this equipment and service.

NIMBUS PRODUCT LIST

Mini II Faucet Mounted R.O. Unit Mini Ill Faucet Mounted R.O. Unit Watermaker Counter Top R.O. Unit

NS-1 Sierra Manifold R.O. System

NS-2 Sierra Commercial Manifold R.O. System

NS-3 Sierra Low Pressure R.O. System

NS-4 Sierra Low Pressure R.O./U.V. System

NS-5 Sierra Manifold Filter System

CS-1 Commercial R.O. System,

CS-2 Residential R.O. System

CS-3 Residential R.O. System

N3A Commercial/Residential R.O. System

CS-10 Commercial R.O. System CS-20 Commercial R.O. System H-70 Commercial R.O System H-125 Commercial R.O. System H-200 Commercial R.O. System H-400 Commercial R.O. System MN-200 Commrcial R.O. System MN-400 Commercial R.O. System MN-800 Commercial R.O. System

S-500 Commercial Nanofiltration System

S-1000 Commercial Nanofiltration System

N-200 Commercial R.O. System N-400 Commercial R.O. System N-800 Commercial R.O. System N-1000 Commercial R.O. System

CIV-i 600 thru 6000 Commercial Industrial R.O. Systems CI-8000 thru 96000 Commercial Industrial R.O. Systems

nimbus

WATER SYSTEMS, INC.

Nimbus WATER SYSTEMS

OWNER’S MANUAl

SIERRA

REVERSE OSMOSIS

SYSTEM

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REPLACEABLE PARTS

The following is a list of replaceable parts available forthe Nimbus Sierra R.O. System.

Description      Part No

Sediment Filter, SED-25            104380

Post Carbon Filter        104382

Desalinator, TFM-30   104599

Reservoir Tank              100404

Tank Valve       104072

Automatic Shut-off Valve        104019

Cartridge Retainer Clip             102131

Safety Clip        102417

Designer Faucet, DF-2 DF-2-00

Drain Saddle Kit            100552

Feed Adapter  100074

Feed Valve       100073

SPECIFICATIONS

The following specifications are for the standard Sierra system. Performance data are based upon feed pressure of 65 PSI and water temperature of 75 degrees F. It should be kept in mind that Reverse Osmosis membrane system performance varies directly with feed pressure and inversely with feed temperature.

THIS UNIT SHOULD ONLY BE USED WITH FEED WATER THAT IS MICROBIOLOGICALLY SAFE.

Feed Water      Potable Water

Feed Water Pressure   40 to 100 PSI

Feed Water Temp.       32 to 120 deg. F

Feed Water TDS*         2000 Max.

Feed Water pH              3 to 10

Chlorine            1.0 ppm max.

Tank Capacity 2 Gal.

Membrane Production 30 Gal/Day +1-10%

Membrane Salt Rej.    95%

Sediment Filter             25 Micron

Post Carbon Filter        Gran Act. Carbon

Manifold Dimensions 12’Wx15″Hx4.5’D

Manifold Weight (dry)              8.5 lbs.

Tank Dimensions          16’Hx9 Dia.

Tank Weight (dry)        5.9 lbs.

*TDS = Total Dissolved Solids

 

 

 

 

Nimbus Water Systems

Installation Guide

The Nimbus

CS-2

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COMPRESSION NUT

INSERT

TUBING

FERRULE

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FAUCET

DRAIN TUBING FROM

DESALINATOR TO AIR-GAP

TAP WATER FEED TUBING TO PRE-FILTER

DRAIN

DESALINATOR

TUBING

DRAIN ASSEMBLY

TUBING FROM POST FEED

EXISTING HOUSEHOLD FAUCET POST-FILTER TO

DRAIN PIPE

AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF VALVE

STORAGE TANK

Replacement Parts List

Description                                                                                Part number

Desalinator (CA)

(For use with automatic shut-off valve) +                         8400C01

Desalinator (CA)

(For use without automatic shut-off valve) +                  8400C00

Desalinator (TFM ®)

(For use with automatic shut-off valve) +                  8400T01

Desalinator (TFM ®)

(For use without automatic shut-off valve)   +                8400T00

 

Pre-filter element (20 micron)                                          7700183

Pre-filter element (GAG)                                                  7700028

Post-filter element (GAG)                                                 7700180

Designer Series Faucet

(With air-gap, white shroud)                                         8400066-1

Tank (gray)                                                                    7700332

 

Nimbus molded tank valve                              8400072

Automatic shut-off valve                                8400019

+ Refer to the parameter label on your system to determine the appropriate replacement desalinator.

11.18.15 1:45 PM

We are a proud supplier of LINX filters and products in our area.  Here is some information on this product.

LINX 140 and LINX 140 T

Residential Drinking Water Systems (100-120V) with LINX Technology and Dial-a-Taste Mineral Level Control (Rev B; February 14, 2011; Software 20.063).  Owners manual. Pionetics 05-3019-B

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Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Conditioning is proud to be a dealer of the LINX 140 and LINX 140 T Residential Drinking Water Systems (100-120V) with LINX Technology and Dial-a-Taste Mineral Level Control.  If you need any parts, filters or service – just give us a call (480) 969-7251.

 

Dial-A-Taste® Mineral Level Control

The mineral level of the product water can be changed by turning the Dial-a-Taste control at the front of the unit. Turning the dial clockwise increases mineral content. As the dial is turned, the blue and red LEDs will light-up for several seconds to indicate the mineral level selected. None of the four LEDs will light-up when the dial is set to the full clockwise position indicating that the highest mineral content is selected (-70% TDS reduction). One LED means the second highest mineral level, two LEDs mean the middle level, three LEDs mean the second lowest level, and all four LEDs mean the lowest mineral level is selected (>85% TDS reduction, full counter-clockwise dial position). After the dial has been set, the LEDs indicating mineral level will turn off and resume their normal display. For the LINX 140 system, approximately one quart of water must be drawn before a change in mineral level is fully realized. For the LINX 140T system, the tank must be emptied and refilled to observe the change.

When treating water comprising regulated contaminants, the Dial-a-Taste control should be set fully counter-clockwise to maximize reduction of the regulated contaminant.

Section 5. Maintenance

LINX 100 TDS Cartridges, LINX 100 Sediment Filters, and LINX 100 or 110 Carbon Filters The LINX 140 and LINX 140T systems include three types of replaceable components:

  • Two L1NX 100 TDS cartridges
  • One LINX 100 Sediment filter
  • One LINX 100 or 110 Carbon filter (GAC).

The indicator lights let you know it is time to call for service (see Indicator Status Table in the previous section). The LINX 100 Sediment and L1X 100 or 110 Carbon filters need replacement at 650 gallons, while the LNX 100 TDS cartridges require,replacement at 1300 gallons. Some reduction in water flow rate maybe noticed near the end of filter and cartridge life. Contact

your Authorized Dealer for service and replacement of cartridges and filters.

Drain Blockage Alarm

When treating hard water, scale may accumulate in the drain valves or drain line causing a plugged drain line. If a drain plug is detected, the system will shut-down and all four indicator lights (blue and red) will blink in unison The LYNX 140 model will also alarm (three lights blink) if a large leak to the drain from scale accumulation occurs. If either alarm is observed, reset the system by repowering it. This is done by detaching and reattaching the power cord at the rear of the LINX system. If the alarm occurs again, contact your Authorized Dealer for maintenance.

Section 6: Troubleshooting

Observation     Causes/Remedies

No Water Flow•No power; unit not plugged into required 100-120V outlet.

No Green Power Light (under dial)     •            Fuse blown (6 A slow blow fuse).

Remedy – Replace fuse

Electronics failure.

Remedy – Call your Authorized Dealer

Four blue and red Indicator Lights      •            The system is conditioning the LINX 100 TDS cartridges; this process takes

Flash right-left-right    90 minutes.

Clicking noise for 20 see, 30 minutes •            The LINX system is cleaning its valves after the regeneration step – this is

apart, for 2 hrs              normal behavior

Product Water Flow On-Off    •            This is normal behavior to indicate regeneration is being interrupted

(Blue indicator light A or C flashing)   (LINX 140 system only)

Low Flow Rate •            Feed water pressure near low end of specified range (<20 psi).

(L1NX 140 system only)            Remedy —Call your Authorized Dealer to install a booster pump

  • LINX 100 Sediment filter, LINX 100 or 110 Carbon filter, or LINX 100 TDS

cartridges clogged.

Remedy – Call your Authorized Dealer to replace filters and cartridges

No Product Water Flow            •            Faucet is mounted 13 ft or more above the LINX system

(Green light on; no indicator lights are            Remedy – install the LINX system at <13ft below faucet

flashing when faucet is opened)          •            Tubing connections are incorrect

No Product Water Flow            •            Lid safety switch(es) not triggered

Indicator lights B, C and D flashing     Remedy —Assure that both lid covers (blue) are in the proper place (see section 3.1)

No Product Water Flow            •            Clogged drain line (drain valve(s) or tubing)

Indicator lights A, B, C and D flashing               Remedy – If occurs again after re-powering, call Authorized Dealer

No Product Water Flow            •            Leak detected (LINX 140 Model only)

Indicator lights C and D flashing          Remedy – If occurs again after re-powering, call Authorized Dealer

No Product Water Flow            •            External leak detected

Indicator lights A, B and D flashing     •            Remedy -Turn off the feed water and callAuthorized,Dealer

No Product Water Flow            •            No power to L1NX cells (no TDS reduction)

Indicator lights A, C and D flashing     •            Remedy —If occurs again after re-powering, call Authorized Dealer

Light other than power light   •            LINX 100 Sediment filter, LINX 100 or 110 Carbon filter, or LINX 100 TDS

continuously on           cartridges have surpassed their usage volume limits

Remedy – Call the Authorized Dealer to replace cartridges and/or filters

Objectionable Taste or Odor  •            LINX 100 Carbon filter missing or exhausted.

Remedy – Call the Authorized Dealer to replace carbon filter

Poor TDS reduction     •            Dial-a-Taste knob set to high mineral level (rotated clockwise).

  • Missing or damaged bottom LINX 100 TDS cartridge 0-ring
  • Excessive flow rate for feed TDS (wrong flow restrictor used)
  • LINX 100 TDS cartridges need replacement.

Warm Product Water (>7°F rise)          •            Regeneration completed recently (causes —10°F increase for first, sample).

(L1NX 140 unit only)    This is normal behavior

  • High feed water TDS at low flow rate

Leak Out Top of Cell Lid           •            LINX 100 TDS cartridge not completely inserted.

Remedy – Twist lids clockwise until they stop (main rib points front-back)

  • Top cap 0-rings not sufficiently seated in grooves

Remedy – Press 0-rings into grooves or replace them

Contact your Local Authorized Dealerfor service and replacement components

Replacement Parts List:

Part                                              Part Number

LJNX 100 TDS Cartridges           08-00033-A

LINX 100 Sediment Filters        28-000509

L1NX 110 Carbon Filters           28-000530

0.25 gpm Flow Restrictor set  07-000122

0.15 gpm Flow Restrictor set  07-000123

Filter Housing 0-ring    28-000507

L1NX 100 TDS Cartridge top 0-ring      28-00037-A

LINX 100 TDS Cartridge bottom 0-ring             28-00025-A

LINIX cell lid drivers     19-000001

Front Enclosure            07-000008

Front Lid Cover             07-000012

Back Lid Cover 07-000013

Drain Valve Body, Left (from rear)      28-000309

Drain Valve Body, Right (from rear)    28-000310

LED PCB             19-000610

Power cord       19-000006

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02.16.17 2:35 PM

 

a realtor called because this RO unit was making a very loud sound

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At some point these units have to be replaced.  I offered to her, for the tenants, our very affordable rental reverse osmosis program.

 

We provided water softener service to Fountain Hills, AZ; we provide water softener service to Cave Creek, AZ; and we provided water softener service to Phoenix, AZ and we provide water treatment service to Gilbert, AZ.

03.20.17 12:47 PM.  A gentleman called in today and asked if we have these filters

Water factory – CUNO – 3 M RO filters

RO FILTER 47-55706G2

I said we do keep these in stock.  How many do you need of each?

07.11.17 9:29 AM

 

A story about a leaking air gap faucet.

 

A lady purchased a water softener and reverse osmosis unit from Spencer’s Appliance Company.

 

She called us because there is water leaking out of the air gap faucet hole.

 

I explained to her; we can fix this.

 

She invited us out to her home.