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Crystal Quest Thunder 2000C / 2000CP Reverse Osmosis System

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Quick Overview

Quick Overview

  • 13 Stages Of Filtration

  • Dimensions: 16"L x 8"W x 21"H + 4" to change cartridge

  • Holding Tank:11"D x 15"H

  • Compare with other Crystal Quest Thunder Models

  • The RO system is designed to work in a psi range from 35-60 with 60 being optimum. If your water pressure is low or you have a high TDS please consider adding a pressurized pump


Crystal Quest Thunder Reverse Osmosis 2000C / CP - Post tank Ultra Filtration - GAC cartridge

No Ordinary RO System

CRYSTAL QUEST Thunder Reverse Osmosis Ultrafiltration systems are a revolutionary breakthrough in the reverse osmosis and Ultrafiltration industry.Through years of experience and research CRYSTAL QUEST has produced the most effective and healthiest Reverse Osmosis Ultrafiltration systems in today's market. 

Our CRYSTAL QUEST Reverse Osmosis Ultrafiltration systems produce up to 100  gallons of top quality water per day and remove up to 99.9% of undesirable contaminants and filter particles as small as 1/1000 of a micron by forcing untreated water through a semi-permeable membrane. Pressure forces the water to flow in the reverse direction to the direction of flow in natural osmosis.


-  Stylish European Designer Faucet
-  Pressurized Holding Tank: 3.2 Gallon Capacity 
-  Interconnected Color Tubing
-  Ultra-filtration Membrane 
-  Filter Cartridges
-  RO Membrane 
-  Installation Hardware For No Hassle Installing 

Water travels through 13 stages of filtration

In stage 1, Water travels through a 5 micron solid carbon cartridge for removing volatile organic carbon compounds (VOC's), insecticides, pesticides and industrial solvents and traps particles larger than 5 micron including sediment, silt, sand and dirt. It also helps to extend the life of the system.

In stage 2, water passes through a 0.2 micron Ultrafiltration (UF) membrane. Ultrafiltration (UF) is an important purification technology used for the production of high-purity water. UF is effective for the removal of colloids, proteins, bacteria, viruses, parasites, protozoa and pyrogens (e.g., gram-negative bacterial endotoxins), other organic molecules larger than 0.2 micron, and most other water contaminants known today. 

In stage 3, Water flows through pre one - micron filter pads (1 micron equals 1/25,000th of an inch), which removes suspended particles such as silt, sediment, cyst (Giardia, Cryptosporidium), sand, rust, dirt, and other undissolved matter.

In stage 4, 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 5, Water flows through the ion exchange resin, reducing heavy metals such as lead, copper, aluminum, and water hardness.

In stages 6 and 7, water flows through 2 beds of Eagle Redox Alloy (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 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 9, 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 10 and 12, Water flows through another one - micron filter pads(1 micron equals 1/25,000th of an inch), which removes suspended particles such as silt, sediment, cyst (Giardia, Cryptosporidium), sand, rust, dirt, and other undissolved matter.

In stage 11, water passes through granulated activated carbon (GAC).

In stage 13, water travels through a 0.2 micron Ultrafiltration (UF) membrane. Ultrafiltration. UF is effective for the removal of colloids, proteins, bacteria, viruses, parasites, protozoa and pyrogens (e.g., gram-negative bacterial endotoxins), other organic molecules larger than .01 micron, and most other water contaminants known today.

What is Ultrafiltration?

Ultrafiltration (UF) is a membrane filtration process similar to Reverse Osmosis, using hydrostatic pressure to force water through a semi-permeable membrane. The pore size of the ultrafiltration membrane is usually 103 - 106 Daltons. Ultrafiltration (UF) is a pressure-driven barrier to suspended solids, bacteria, viruses, endotoxins and other pathogens to produce water with very high purity and low silt density. Ultrafiltration (UF) is a variety of membrane filtration in which hydrostatic pressure forces a liquid against a semi permeable membrane. Suspended solids and solutes of high molecular weight are retained, while water and low molecular weight solutes pass through the membrane. Ultrafiltration is not fundamentally different from reverse osmosis, microfiltration or nanofiltration, except in terms of the size of the molecules it retains.

Reverse Osmosis Water - Healthy lifestyle

A membrane or, more properly, a semi permeable membrane, is a thin layer of material capable of separating substances when a driving force is applied across the membrane. Once considered a viable technology only for desalination, membrane processes are increasingly employed for removal of bacteria and other microorganisms, particulate material, and natural organic material, which can impart color, tastes, and odors to the water and react with disinfectants to form disinfection byproducts (DBP). As advancements are made in membrane production and module design, capital and operating costs continue to decline. The pressure-driven membrane processes discussed in this fact sheet are microfiltration (MF), ultrafiltration (UF), nanofiltration (NF), and reverse osmosis (RO).

The primary advantages of low-pressure UF membrane processes compared with conventional clarification and disinfection (post chlorination) processes are:

• No need for chemicals (coagulants, flocculates, disinfectants, pH adjustment); 
• Size-exclusion filtration as opposed to media depth filtration; 
• Good and constant quality of the treated water in terms of particle and microbial removal; 
• Process and plant compactness; and 
• Simple automation.

Ultrafiltration (UF) is used to remove essentially all colloidal particles (0.01 to 1.0 microns) from water and some of the largest dissolved contaminants. The pore size in a UF membrane is mainly responsible for determining the type and size of contaminants removed. In general, membrane pores range in size from 0.005 to 0.1 micron. UF membrane manufacturers classify each UF product as having a specific molecular weight cutoff (MWC), which is a rough measurement of the size of contaminants removed by a given UF membrane. A 100,000 MWC UF membrane means that when water containing a given standard compound with a molecular weight of around 100,000 daltons is fed to the UF unit, nearly all of the compound will not pass through the membrane.

Substances with a molecular weight of 100,000 daltons have a size of about 0.05 microns to about 0.08 microns in diameter. UF membranes are used where essentially all colloidal particles (including most pathogenic organisms) must be removed, but most of the dissolved solids may pass through the membrane without causing problems downstream or in the finished water. UF will remove most turbidity from water.

What Can This System Filter? 

TFC Membrane
*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.

When considering installation, if current under sink plumbing is hard copper tubing the saddle valve would be used; for flex tubing the T-valve would be required. While ordering a prompt will require that an installation valve be specified in order to progress through the order entry screen.

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