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Supply water pressure
limits
.....................................................
40-100 psi (280-689 kPa)
Supply water temperature
limits
.......................................................
40-100 °F (5-40°C)
Maximum
total dissolved
solids (TDS)
........................................................
2000 ppm
Maximum
water hardness
@ 6.9 pH
.............................................................
10 gpg
Maximum
iron, manganese,
hydrogen
sulfide
..........................................................
0
Chlorine
in water supply
(max. ppm)
...............................................................
2.0
Supply water pH limits (pH) ......................................................................
4-10
Product
(quality)
water, 24 hours _ ....................................................
14.53 gal. (55 liters)
Waste water per gallon of product
water _ ...............................................
5 gal. (18.9 liters)
Percent rejection
of TDS, minimum
(new membraney
...............................................
90-95
Automatic
shutoff control
..........................................................................
yes
Efficiency 2 .....................................................................................
9.7 %
Recovery 3 .....................................................................................
19.7 %
This system conforms to NSF/ANSI
58 and 42 for the specific performance
claims as verified and substantiated
by
test data.
_@Feed water supply at 50 psi, 77°E and 750 TDS. Quality
water production,
amount
of waste water and percent
rejection all vary with changes in pressure,
temperature
and total dissolved
solids.
2Efficiency rating means the percentage
of the influent
water to the system that is available
to the user as reverse
osmosis treated
water under
operating
conditions
that approximate
typical daily usage.
3Recovery rating means the percentage
of the influent
water to the membrane
portion of the system that is available
to the user as reverse osmosis treated
water when the system is operated
without
a storage tank or when the storage
tank is bypassed.
Non-potable
Water Sources: Do not attempt
to use this product
to make safe drinking
water from non-potable
water
sources. Do not use the system on microbiologically
unsafe
water, or water of unknown
quality without
an adequate
disinfection
before or after the system. This system is certified for cyst reduction
and may be used on disinfected
water that may contain filterable
cysts.
Arsenic
Reduction:
This system shall only be used for arsenic reduction
on chlorinated
water supplies
containing
detectable
residual
free chlorine
at the system inlet. Water systems using an inline chlorinator
should
provide
a one
minute chlorine
contact time before the reverse osmosis system.
Nitrate/Nitrite
Test Kit: This system is acceptable
for treatment
of influent
concentrations
of no more than 27mg/L
nitrate
and 3mg/L nitrite in combination
measured
as N. It is certified for nitrate/nitrite
reduction
only for water sup-
plies with a pressure
of 280 kPa (40 psig) or greater. This system is supplied
with a nitrate/nitrite
test kit. Product
water should be monitored
periodically
according
to the instructions
provided
with the test kit.
TDS Test Kits: TDS test kits are available by calling 1--800--949--8220,
or check the water testing section of your local
phone directory:
Installations
In The Commonwealth
Of Massachusetts:
The Commonwealth
of Massachusetts
requires
installation
be performed
by a licensed
plumber
and do not permit
the use of saddle valves. Plumbing
code 248--CMR of the
Commonwealth
of Massachusetts
must be followed
in these cases.
Product
Water Testing:
The Reverse Osmosis
System contains
a replaceable
treatment
component
critical for the
effective reduction
of total dissolved
solids. Product
water should be tested periodically
to verify that the system is
performing
properly:
Replacement
of the reverse
osmosis
component:
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 assure the same efficiency and contaminant
performance.
Questions?
Call The Kenmore
Water Line 1-800-426-9345
or visit KenmoreWater.com
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