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Crystal Quest 50 GPD Countertop Thunder Reverse Osmosis System

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Regular Price: $179.00

Special Price: $159.00

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Regular Price: $179.00

Special Price: $159.00

Quick Overview

Quick Overview

  • Counter Top RO System
  • Easiest RO System To Install
  • Also Portable
  • Endless Pure Water

Compact Design You'll Love!


Details

This system easily connects to your kitchen faucet. Easy to use and maintenance free! 

CRYSTAL QUEST Countertop 10-stage Reverse Osmosis system provides safe, pure, high quality drinking water with a capacity of up to 50 gallons per day using Reverse Osmosis technology. The 50 GPD equates to a production of approximately 2 gallons per hour. Water pressure and water conditions can vary this amount.

Great for homes, apartments, offices, recreational vehicles, motels, and laboratory use.

Convenient, easy to use and hook up to the sink faucet. System measures 16"x 9"x 3"

All hardware included!

Influent water psi will have a direct affect on GPD production, for 50 GPD the water should have approximately 60 psi.

• In stage 1, water flows through pre one - micron filter pads (1 micron equals 1/25,000th of an inch), which remove suspended particles such as silt, sediment, cyst (Giardia, Cryptosporidium), sand, rust, dirt, and other undissolved matter.

• In stage 2, water passes through granulated activated carbon (GAC). GAC is universally recognized and widely used as an effective adsorbent for a wide variety of organic contaminants, such as chlorine (99.9%), chemicals linked to cancer (THM's, benzene) pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, volatile organic compounds (VOC's), PCB's, MTBE's and hundreds of other chemical contaminants that may be present in water, bad taste and odors from your drinking water.

• In stage 3, water flows through another one-micron filtration pad for further reduction of undesirable particles. The end result is a great reduction or elimination of a wide variety of contaminants.

• In stage 4, water passes through a CRYSTAL QUEST® reverse osmosis membrane, which removes and filters particles as small as 1/10,000 of a micron as most inorganic chemicals (such as salts, metals, minerals) most microorganisms including cryptosporidium and giardia, and most inorganic contaminants.

• In stage 5, water flows through pre one - micron filter pads (1 micron equals 1/25,000th of an inch), which remove suspended particles such as silt, sediment, cyst (Giardia, Cryptosporidium), sand, rust, dirt, and other undissolved matter.

• In stages 6 and 7, water flows through 2 beds of Redox (Oxidation/reduction process) media made of a special high-purity alloy blend of two dissimilar metals - copper and zinc.  Representing a new and unique way of water processing medium which by its natural process of electrochemical oxidation/reduction and adsorption action reduces and/or removes many unwanted contaminants from water. It is a major advancement in water treatment technology that works on the electro-chemical and spontaneous-oxidation-reduction (Eagle Redox Alloy®) principles. Chlorine is instantaneously and almost inexhaustibly oxidized.

Iron and hydrogen sulfide are oxidized into insoluble matter and attach to the surface of the media. Heavy metals such as lead, mercury, copper, nickel, chromium, cadmium, aluminum, and other dissolved metals are removed from the water by the natural process of electrochemical process. They are attracted to the surface of the media, much like a magnet. The media inhibits bacterial growth throughout the entire unit.

• In stage 8, water flows through the ion exchange resin, reducing heavy metals such as lead, copper, aluminum, and water hardness.

• In stage 9, water passes through granulated activated carbon (GAC). GAC is universally recognized and widely used as an effective adsorbent for a wide variety of organic contaminants, such as chlorine (99.9%), chemicals linked to cancer (THM's, benzene) pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, volatile organic.
 
• In stage 10, water flows through another one-micron pad for further reduction of undesirable particles. the end result is a great reduction or elimination of a wide variety of contaminants.

At this price, there is no reason you should be drinking tap water!


*Nominal Rejection Characteristics of Reverse Osmosis Membranes
ION % Rejection ION % Rejection
Calcium 95 - 98 Bromide 93 - 96
Sodium 94 - 98 Phosphate 97 - 98
Magnesium 95 - 98 Cyanide 90 - 95
Iron 97 - 98 Sulfate 97 - 98
Potassium 94 - 97 Thiosulfate 97 - 98
Manganese 97 - 98 Silicate 94 - 96
Aluminum 97 - 98 Silica 85 - 90
Copper 97 - 98 Nitrate 92 - 95
Nickel 97 - 98 Boron 60 - 70
Cadmium 95-98 Borate 40 - 70
Silver 95 - 97 Fluoride 93 - 95
Zinc 97 - 99 Polyphosphate 98 - 99
Mercury 95 - 97 Orthophosphate 98 - 99
Hardness Ca&Mg 95 - 98 Chromate 90 - 97
Radioactivity 95 - 98 Bacteria 99+
Chloride 90 - 95 Lead 96 - 98
Ammonium 85 - 95    
*The above percent of rejection is for reference only and not to be construed as any guarantee since the chemistry, temperature and TDS are not constant in each water supply.

So What Are The Benefits?

The benefits of having an RO system are tremendous.  Here is a short list of benefits one can expect from one of these systems.

1. Save Money

If you buy bottled water that can cost up to $1 per bottle, you will save tremendous amount of money every month using a reverse osmosis system.  After the initial cost of an RO system (average $100-300) you can expect $20-30 a year in maintenance cost and that’s it.  Imagine how much water you buy each moth, and how much you could save?  The system can pay itself off in a matter of months!!

 2. Healthy Pure Water

The Main reason people get a reverse osmosis system is because it provides a higher rejection rate of contaminants than any other home water system. RO systems have up to a 99% rejection rate for some major contaminates, far better than any other water filter system.  RO systems address dissolved solids, nitrate, sulfate, sodium, sulfate, iron, calcium, potassium, nickel, fluoride, and more.

 3.Great Tasting

People love the taste of reverse osmosis water.  If your water tastes dull or has a bad odor, then an RO system can replace that with purified water.  People say that is far better tasting then bottle water.  You will be amazed at how great your tap water will taste after is flows through a reverse osmosis system

 4. Environmentally Friendly

Another great thing about reverse osmosis is that there is no byproduct of chemicals disposed into our environment.  The “waste water” or the water a RO system rejects is totally fine for the environment.  So you can have great tasting water and be environmentally conscious.

Don’t We Need Some Healthy Minerals In The Water?

Some people say that the one downside of a reverse osmosis system is that is takes out the good minerals we need like calcium and iron.  While a RO system cannot tell the good minerals from the bad, it takes out all the minerals that can also be beneficial.  The good thing is that we get these minerals in the food we eat.  So we don’t necessarily need it from the water we drink. 

The Fact is if we could get real “spring water” that is free from any “bad” minerals, then it would be great.  But the reality is our tap water is NOT straight from a natural spring, so the result is we need to take the contaminants all out.  In the end it’s not worth trying to get the “good” minerals in the water that can be mixed with harmful elements and contaminants.

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