800GPD RO System Domestic

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800GPD Domestic Reverse Osmosis System

Reverse Osmosis is a very fine filtration process, which occurs at a molecular level. The process involves forcing water through a semi-permeable membrane, which allows only a given size of the molecule to pass and rejects the rest. In effect, the pores or holes in the membrane are so small that most of the harmful minerals and chemicals cannot pass, while water molecules pass through.

The rejected water carrying the minerals in a high concentration is drained off through the wastewater pipe, and the pure water is diverted to the storage tank for drinking. The Reverse Osmosis Filtration System removes up to 95% of harmful minerals and chemicals, the system also removes suspended impurities such as dirt, sand, and rust, it improves the odor and taste of your municipal water and leaves good, clean, and healthy water for your consumption.

How the Reverse Osmosis System Works

The incoming water passes through 3 types of filters before it reached your Reverse Osmosis Membrane. The first filter is the Polypropelene Filter, this filter removes the large suspended particles, such as dirt, sand, and rust. The second filter is a GAC (Granular Activated Carbon) Filter, this filter improves the taste and odor of your water as well as reducing the amount of chlorine, radon, heavy metals, and hydrogen sulfide as well as reducing finer particles of sediment in your water, by absorbing these elements from the water.

The third filter is a CTO Carbon Block Filter, this filter consists of activated carbon particles fused into a uniform block with enhanced adsorptive capacity and efficiency. This means it further reduces the amount of chlorine, radon, heavy metals, and hydrogen sulfide as well as reducing finer particles of sediment in your water. Water then passes to the Reverse Osmosis Membrane where very fine particles are extruded from the water and dispensed through the wastewater pipe.

The filtered water then passes through one last T33 (In-Line Carbon) Filter, to further reduce by absorbing any remaining amounts of chlorine, radon, heavy metals, and hydrogen sulfide, that may have been missed by the Reverse Osmosis Membrane as well as reducing finer particles of
sediment in your water. Water then flows to your Storage Tank, when you dispense water, it flows through your Mineral Ball Filter which replenishes your water with a variety of beneficial minerals, that improve the taste and quality of your water.

Small in size, but big in capacity. This free-standing RO system is only 96cm in height, but it can produce 800 gallons per day of pure water.

This system is economical and designed for commercial and residential applications. Provide safe, pure water. It is suitable for restaurants, food processing industries, shopping centers, schools, and hotels.

FL-800G improves both the taste and quality of your water. It reduces up to +96% of the chlorine, as well as objectionable odors and sediment. FL-800G also reduces the following hard water contaminants that may be present in water: lead, copper, barium, chromium, mercury, sodium, cadmium, fluoride, nitrite, nitrate, and selenium. With your own RO water filter system under your sink working for you 24 hours a day, you can have as much purified water at the touch of a finger as you want it. Free to use all you want, clean, safe water on tap, and no more trips to the store.

What Is Reverse Osmosis

  • Reverse osmosis is the reversal of the natural flow of osmosis.
  • Reverse Osmosis was originally designed to make seawater drinkable for the Navy.
  • It is ideal for anyone on a low-sodium diet.
  • An RO membrane has a pore size much smaller than bacteria virus, or the cryptosporidium parasite.
  • When functioning properly it will remove all microorganisms from tap water and produce sterile water.
  • In a water purification system, the goal is not to dilute the salt solution, but to separate the pure water from the salt and other contaminants.
  • When the natural osmosis flow is reversed, water from the salt solution is forced to pass through the membrane in the opposite direction by application of pressure, thus the term Reverse Osmosis.
  • Through this process, we are able to produce pure water by screening out salts and other contaminants.

Operation Regulation

  • With everything connected, turn on the water and check for leaks.
  • Within a few minutes (up to 15) the water will start to run from the faucet slowly.
  • Let the water run for at least 30 minutes. This flushes the carbon filters on first-time use. D. Ster initial flushing, open the shut-off valve on the tank, and close the sink top faucet.
  • Close the sink top faucet. The system is now ready for use.
  • Change the filters every 6-12 months and have the membrane checked annually.




  • RO Output: 800GPD
  • Membrane: 3013 – 400GPD * 2
  • Pump: HF-45L * 2
  • Transformer: DC48V/2.3A
  • Filters: 20” Standard * 3 (PP, GAC, CTO)
  • Carton Dimension: H50 * W33 * D98 (cm)


  • 400GPD 3013 RO Membrane x 2
  • Direct flow, space-saving
  • 4-way auto shut-off valve, flow restrictor, and manual wash Supreme quality faucet with elegant design
  • Feed-water connector
  • Completely assembled
  • 100% factory tested and sterilized ready for installation Installation instructions
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