SoftPro RO Install Guide

REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM

Installation and Service Guide

Please read this manual carefully before attempting installation

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Your Reverse Osmosis (RO) System has been tested to ensure it will operate correctly. The following periodic maintenance is recommended so your system will provide years of trouble-free service:

Filter Replacement Schedule:
(depends on usage and water quality)

  • Sediment and Carbon pre-filters and post-filters ... 12 months 
  • RO Membrane ... 12 months
  • Alkalizing post-filter ... Typically 24 months

SYSTEM AND FAUCET DIAGRAM

BEFORE INSTALLATION

⚠️ ALL GOVERNMENT CODE AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE INSTALLATION OF THESE DEVICES MUS BE OBSERVED.

Water Pressure Requirements:

60+ PSI is preferred for optimal RO filtering operation. 40 PSI is the minimum.

Options to increase water pressure:

  • For private well water sources: Adjust the pressure tank regulator, if applicable.
  • Water Booster Pump: Installing a water booster pump may be an option to
  • increase the water pressure. The booster pump can be installed in before feeding untreated water into the RO system. (Not included.)

Water Booster Pump May Be Required:

A booster pump (not included) increases the water pressure after filtering through the RO system. It is commonly required to properly deliver RO water in some installation scenarios. Typical scenarios, includes:

  • Feeding multiple treated RO water lines from the RO system, and/ or
  • The RO water delivery distance is greater than 20 feet from the RO system
  • -   Located in a basement, or the ice maker is located across the room.

    -  If RO water is feeding the ice maker, and the it is sputtering, then a booster pump may be needed to increase the water pressure

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