INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
& OWNER’S MANUAL
System Tested and Certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI 42 for the reduction of Chlorine, Taste
and Odor and 58 for the reduction of Total Dissolved Solids. Please refer to the Performance Data Sheet for
complete reduction data.
Olympia Water Systems • www.olympiafiltration.com
Manual Version 1.3, 2017 Aug. All Rights Reserved.
Please retain this Owner’s Manual for future reference.
It includes information for operation and maintenance of your Olympia Water Systems
Reverse Osmosis water filter system.
Table of Content
Introduction
About Your Reverse Osmosis System
Filter Stages
2
2
Before Installation
Inspect the System
Recommended Tools List
Operating Parameter
General Installation Requirements
How to Use Quick Connect Fittings
Included Components
System Itemization
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
Installation
Filter Housing Assembly
RO Membrane Installation
Positioning the System
Feed Water Connection
Drain Saddle Connection
Mounting the Faucet
Connecting the Tank
Connecting the System
System Flow Diagram
System Start-Up
5
6
7
7
8
9
10
11
11
12
Maintenance
Maintenance Schedule
Filter Replacement
RO Membrane Replacement
Post Filter Replacement
System Service Record
13
14
15
16
17
Technical Information
Performance Data Sheet
18
Warranty
Limited Product Warranty
19
1
Introduction
About Your Reverse Osmosis System
Thank you for your purchase of the Olympia Water Systems Reverse Osmosis System.
This 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis System was designed and tested to provide high quality drinking water. The following are brief descriptions of each of the 5 stages in this system.
Filter Stages
Cartridge Filters
Model
Filter Description
Service Life
Stage 1
5 Micron Sediment Filter
OROS-PRESF
Polypropylene filter for removal of
sand, silt, dirt and rust particles.
6 Months
Stage 2
5 Micron Carbon Filter
OROS-PRECB
Coconut shell carbon block for
removing volatile organic carbon
compounds, insecticides/pesticides
and chemicals.*
6 Months
Stage 3
5 Micron Carbon Filter
OROS-PRECB
Coconut shell carbon block for
removing volatile organic carbon
compounds, insecticides/pesticides
and chemicals.*
6 Months
Stage 4
RO Membrane
OROS-ROM50
(50 GPD Membrane)
For removing the following contam- 2-3 Years
inants in your water: Arsenic, Barium,
Cadmium, Chromium (Hexavelent),
Chromium (Trivalent), Copper, Turbidity, Fluoride, Lead, Radium 226/228,
Selenium* and TDS.
OROS-ROM80
(80 GPD Membrane)
Stage 5
Post Carbon Filter
OROS-POST
Coconut shell post carbon filter for
chlorine, taste and odor reduction.
2,500 Gallons
(9,463 Liters)
*These claims are based on manufacturer testing. These claims are not certified by NSF.
Replacement Filters
Olympia Water Systems offers replacement filters for both the OROS-50 and OROS-80 Reverse Osmosis water filtration systems. For purchasing information for replacement filters,
please visit our website at www.olympiafiltration.com.
Caution
Do not use this system with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adquete pretreatment. This
system is for use on potable water only.
2
Before Installation
Inspect the System
Remove the system and all the included components from the box. Inspect the system and
the connection fittings to ensure nothing has been damaged during shipment. If any part of
the system has been cracked or broken, do NOT proceed with installation. Contact Olympia
Water Systems for an exchange or further information.
Recommended Tools List
• Variable speed drill
• Carbide drill bits: 1/4” (for waste line), 1/2” (for faucet hole) and 1/8” (for pilot holes, not
mandatory)
• 5/8”, 9/16” open-end wrench or adjustable wrench (for faucet installation)
• Phillips screwdriver (for saddle valve installation)
• Measuring tape
Operating Parameter
• Operating pressure: 50 PSI - 100 PSI
• Feed water temperature: 40° - 100°F (5° - 38°C)
General Installation Requirements
• System must be connected to COLD water source only.
• System must be installed in an indoor location; avoiding extreme temperatures and direct
sunlight.
• Ensure installation location can support the weight of the system when it is full of water.
How to Use Quick Connect Fittings
1
2
3
1
To Attach Tubing
2
To Release Tubing
Remove BLUE tubing lock clip. Insert tubing until
it hits the backstop. Pull on insterted tubing to
ensure it is secured and re-attach BLUE tubing
lock clip.
3
Remove BLUE tubing lock clip. Use two fingers
to push in collet to release tubing. While collet is
being held, pull tubing straight out.
3
Included Components
Please ensure you have all of these parts before starting installation.
RO System Head
3 Filters and Housings
3/8” Feed Water
Angle Valve
4 Colors of 1/4” Tubing
Storage Tank
Faucet Kit
Drain Saddle Valve
Tank Ball Valve
Housing Wrenches
Teflon Tape
System Itemization
9
11
2
1
8
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
3
7
10
6
5
4
12
4
Bracket
Membrane Housing
Post Carbon Filter
Sediment Filter Housing (1st Stage)
Carbon Filter Housing (2nd Stage)
Carbon Filter Housing (3rd Stage)
Automatic Shut-Off Valve
Flow Restrictor
T-Fitting
Feed Water Inlet
Filter Water Outlet
Storage Tank
Installation
Filter Housing Assembly
Remove main system bracket, 3 filters and housings from packaging and assemble the filter
housings onto the main system bracket as follows:
I. Install Filters into Housings: See Fig. 1. Stand 3 housings upright. Check each housing
to ensure the black O-ring is properly seated in its groove.
Remove the plastic from the Polypropylene Sediment Filter and place into the 1st
Stage housing.
Remove the plastic from both Carbon Block Filters and place into the middle (2nd
Stage) and left (3rd Stage) housings.
II. Install Housings onto System: See Fig. 2. Starting with the 1st Stage housing on the
right, hand twist the housing onto the main bracket turning clockwise under the 1st
Stage label. Using the provided large wrench, completely tighten the 1st Stage housing onto the main system bracket. One at a time, hand twist and then tighten with the
provided large wrench, the 2nd Stage and 3rd Stage housings under their corrosponding labels on the main system bracket. See Fig. 3. Once all three housings are installed,
stand system upright.
3
2
Fig. 1
1
Fig. 2
5
Fig. 3
RO Membrane Installation
Important!
The tubing connection on the membrane housing cap MUST be removed prior to opening the membrane housing to prevent the tubing connection elbow from breaking and/or cracking inside the housing cap.
Remove the provided RO membrane from the plastic packaging and install into the RO housing on the main system bracket as follows:
I. Open RO Housing: See Fig. 4. Remove BLUE tubing lock clip and remove the tubing
from the cap of the RO housing on the main system bracket. Using the provided small
wrench, remove the RO housing cap by turning counter-clockwise.
II. Install RO Membrane in Housing: See Fig. 5. Insert the double banded end of the RO
membrane into the RO housing first.
III. Close RO Housing: Hand twist the RO housing cap back onto the RO housing by turning clockwise. Using the provided small wrench, completely tighten the cap onto the
RO housing. See Fig. 6. Re-insert tubing into RO housing cap and re-attach BLUE tubing lock clip to secure tubing.
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
6
Positioning the System
Note
Mounting screws for the RO system are NOT included.
Space: Ensure there is sufficient space for installation (approximately 16” L x 7” W x 20” H for
the system, 12” D x 18” H for the tank).
The RO system is best installed under a kitchen sink. If there is not enough space under the
kitchen sink, the RO system can be installed where there is a COLD water supply with sufficient
water pressure and an outlet to drain waste water from the system.
Mounting: It is not neccessary to mount the RO system to the wall or inside of cabinet. The RO
system can stand upright on the housings in the sink cabinet without being mounted. If you
prefer to mount the system to the wall or inside of cabinet, ensure that the system can be easily removed for future maintenance.
Feed Water Connection
Important!
The system must be connected to the COLD water supply only. If the cold water supply valve cannot turn off the water at
installation location, the main water supply to the house must be shut-off before installation.
Locate the COLD water supply valve and turn it to the OFF position.
I. Feed Water Angle Valve: See Fig. 7. Attach 3/8” angle valve to COLD water supply line.
Insert one end of the provided WHITE tubing to white quick connection on angle valve.
See Fig. 8. Turning clockwise, tighten tubing connection until RED line on angle valve is
no longer visible. Attach a provided BLUE tubing lock clip to secure tubing connection.
II. Feed Water Connection to System: Locate the WHITE cap insert at the front of the 1st
Stage housing on the main system bracket. Remove BLUE tubing lock clip and WHITE
cap insert from the main system bracket. See Fig. 9. Insert the remaining end of the
WHITE tubing and re-attach the BLUE tubing lock clip to secure tubing connection.
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
7
Fig. 9
Drain Saddle Connection
Important!
To avoid possible system drainage noise, install drain saddle on the top of horizontal tailpiece or as low as possible on the
vertical tailpiece. Do not install drain saddle close to a garbage disposal outlet as this may cause a blockage in the RO
system drain line.
I. Drain Saddle Location: See Fig. 10. The drain saddle should be installed above the
drain trap on the horizontal or vertical drain tailpiece. If you are installing on the horizontal tailpiece, position the hole on the top side of the tailpiece to prevent waste water
from flowing back into the RO system.
II. Prepare the Drain Saddle: Remove nuts and screws from drain saddle to separate
the plastic drain saddle pieces. Remove backing and pre-cut hole from the provided
self-adhesive foam seal. Attach foam seal to drain saddle by lining up the hole on the
foam with the tubing connection hole on the inside of the drain saddle piece.
III. Drill Drain Hole into Pipe: Mark the position of the hole on the drain tailpiece. Drill a
1/4” hole through one side of the drain tailpiece at the marked location.
IV.Align Drain Saddle: See Fig. 11. Position both halves of the drain saddle on the drain
tailpiece so that the tubing connection is lined up with the hole in the drain tailpiece.
Use the screws and nuts to clamp the two halves of the drain saddle onto the drain
tailpiece. Ensure that there is equal spacing between each of the drain saddle halves.
Do not overtighten.
V. Connect Drain Line to the System: Locate the BLACK cap insert attached to the flow
restrictor on the back of the main system bracket. Remove BLUE tubing lock clip and
BLACK cap insert on the flow restrictor. Insert one end of the BLACK tubing and re-attach the BLUE tubing lock clip to secure tubing connection.
VI.Connect Drain Line to Saddle Valve: Measure and mark 1 1/2” from the free end of the
BLACK tubing. Insert remaining end of the BLACK tubing through the opening in the
drain saddle until the marked location on the tubing is flush with the opening. Attach a
provided BLUE tubing lock clip to secure tubing connection.
Install
Drain Saddle
at Either
Location
Fig. 11
Fig. 10
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Mounting the Faucet
Note
If an existing hole in the sink is available, there is no need to drill a hole for the system faucet. If drilling a hole is necessary,
be sure to clean up all debris from drilling before installing the faucet.
If drilling a hole in the sink or counterop is required to install the faucet, professional installation by a plumber is highly recommended. Olympia Water Systems is not responsible for any
damage resulting from faucet installation.
I. Faucet Location: If drilling a hole is required to install the the faucet, be sure to choose
a location in the sink or countertop that is convienent for dispening water and has a
sufficient flat surface for the faucet to be installed properly. Ensure that the threaded
shank of the faucet can be easily accessed from below.
II. For Stainless Steel Sinks: Wear safety glasses to protect your eyes. Ensure location for
hole is clean and dry. A pilot hole or indent with a center punch is recommended before using the 1/2” drill bit on a stainless steel sink.
For Porcelain Sinks: Wear safety glasses to protect your eyes. Before starting the drill,
apply firm downward pressure on the drill bit until it breaks through the slick surface.
Proceed with caution as porcelain sinks and tile countertops are easily chipped without
applying proper pressure before starting the drill or if the drill bit gets hot.
III. Mount Faucet: See Fig. 12. Using the provided washers, nuts, insert and sleeve; mount
the faucet in the sink or countertop.
IV.Connect Faucet to System: Locate the BLUE cap insert on the left side of the Stage 5
post carbon filter on the main system bracket. Remove BLUE tubing lock clip and BLUE
cap insert from the post carbon filter. Insert the free end of the BLUE tubing and re-attach the BLUE tubing lock clip to secure tubing connection.
Chrome Base
Rubber Gasket
Sink or
Countertop
Black Locating Washer
Lock Washer
Lock Nut
Insert
Sleeve
Compression Nut
Fig. 12
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Connecting the Tank
I. Attach Tank Ball Valve: See Fig. 13. Apply 3-5 wraps of the provided Teflon tape to the
threaded output stem on the top of the tank. Screw the provided tank ball valve onto
the tank output stem.
II. Connect Tank Line to Tank: See Fig. 14. Ensure that tank ball valve is in the OFF position. Insert one end of the YELLOW tubing into the tank ball valve and attach a provided BLUE tubing lock clip to secure tubing connection.
III. Connect Tank Line to System: See Fig. 15. Locate the YELLOW cap insert attached to
the right side of the Stage 5 post carbon filter on the main system bracket. Remove
BLUE tubing lock clip and YELLOW cap insert on the post carbon filter. Insert one end
of the YELLOW tubing and re-attach the BLUE tubing lock clip to secure tubing connection.
OFF
ON
Fig. 13
Fig. 14
Fig. 15
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Connecting the System
I. Check Tubing Connections: See Fig. 16. Ensure that both ends of all tubing connections are installed and secured with provided BLUE tubing lock clips.
II. System Water Inlet Connection: See Fig. 17. Check that the feed water angle valve is in
the OFF position.
III. Tank Input & Output: See Fig. 18. Ensure that tank ball valve is in the OFF position.
System Flow Diagram
D
Fig. 16
Tubing Connections
A. Connect WHITE tubing to
Water Supply
B. Connect BLUE tubing to
System Faucet
B
C
Waste Water to Drain
C. Connect BLACK tubing to
Drain Saddle
D. Connect YELLOW tubing
to Storage Tank
A
Feed Water from
Cold Water Supply
OFF
ON
OFF
Fig. 17
ON
Fig. 18
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System Start-Up
I. Turn on Feed Water: Turn cold water supply to ON position. See Fig. 17 on page 11. Turn
feed water angle valve to ON position to allow water to enter the RO system.
II. Open Tank Valve: See Fig. 18 on page 11. Turn tank ball valve to ON position.
III. Check for Leaks: Check valves, fittings, tubing connections and housings to ensure
there are no leaks.
IV.Wait for Tank to Fill: Allow the RO system to run for approximately 3 hours to fill the
tank. When the tank is filled, the RO system will automatically shut-off. The tank is full
when you can no longer hear water running through the filters, or water flowing into the
drain pipe.
V. Clean-Up: While RO system is filling the tank for the first time, clean-up all of the used
tools and work area. Be sure to keep all provided tools in a safe place so they can be
used for future RO system maintenance.
VI.Flushing the Tank: To flush the tank, turn the RO system faucet ON and drain the water from the tank. The tank is empty when the pressure from the faucet drops from a
steady stream to a slow trickle. Once the tank is empty, turn the system faucet OFF.
Upon startup of the system, you may initially notice the water stream has a black tint.
This is caused by the manufacturing of the carbon filters. You may also notice the smell
of chlorine in the water from the sanitization of the rubber bladder in the water tank.
To flush out the carbon and chlorine, you may need to fill and empty the storage tank
up to 5 times, where the water will be clear and you cannot taste the chlorine.
Congratulations, you have successfully completed the installation of your
Olympia Water Systems Reverse Osmosis water filter system!
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Maintenance
Maintenance Schedule
This RO system was designed to ensure ease of use and low maintenance. If the filters are
changed regularly as suggested below and is run within the suggested ouput capacity, the RO
system should work properly for many years.
To assist with maintaining proper care of the RO system, use the System Service Schedule on
page 17 to keep track of completed maintenace on the RO system.
Important!
It is important to change the filters for stages 1, 2 and 3 at least every 6-12 months. The first 3 filters protect the RO membrane. If the filters are not changed, the membrane will be damaged and the RO system will be contaminated.
Stage-1
Sediment Filter
Replace every 6-12 Months
If water source is from a private well or water source with high
levels of heavy sediments; filter may need to be changed sooner.
Stage-2 and Stage-3
Carbon Filter
Replace every 6-12 Months
If water source is from a private well or water source with high
levels of heavy sediments; filter may need to be changed sooner.
Stage-4
RO Membrane
Replace every 2-3 Years
Dependent on proper maintenance of stages 1-3 and level of
water usage.
Stage-5
Post Carbon Filter
Replace every 2,500 Gallons (9,500 Liters)
Usually replaced at the same time as the RO membrane.
Replacement Filters
Olympia Water Systems offers replacement filters for both the OROS-50 and OROS-80 Reverse Osmosis water filtration systems. For purchasing information for replacement filters,
please visit our website at www.olympiafiltration.com.
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Filter Replacement
I. Turn off Cold Water & Tank Valve: Turn cold water supply and tank ball valve to OFF
positions. Turn system faucet to the ON position to release any built up pressure in the
RO system. Once pressure has been released, turn system faucet to OFF position.
II. Open Housings: See Fig. 19. Starting with the 1st stage, use the large provided wrench
remove the filter housings one at a time by turning counter-clockwise.
III. Replace Filters: Remove and discard the 3 used filters from the housings. Rinse out
each housing to ensure there is no remaining dirt or particles still in the filter housings.
If necessary, wash the housings by hand with a mild soap before rinsing. See Fig. 20.
Insert the new 1st stage sediment filter and the 2nd and 3rd stage carbon block filters
into the corrosponding filter housings.
IV.Close Housings: Starting with the 1st Stage housing on the right, hand twist the housing onto the main bracket turning clockwise under the 1st Stage label. Using the provided large wrench, completely tighten the 1st Stage housing onto the main system
bracket. One at a time, hand twist and then tighten with the provided large wrench, the
2nd Stage and 3rd Stage housings under their corrosponding labels on the main system bracket. See Fig. 21.
V. Check for Leaks: Turn cold water supply and tank ball valve to ON positions. Check
valves, fittings, tubing connections and housings to ensure there are no leaks.
3
Fig. 19
1
2
Fig. 20
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Fig. 21
RO Membrane Replacement
I. Turn off Cold Water & Tank Valve: Turn cold water supply and tank ball valve to OFF
positions. Turn system faucet to the ON position to release any built up pressure in the
RO system. Once pressure has been released, turn system faucet to OFF position.
II. Remove Tubing from Housing: See Fig. 22. Remove BLUE tubing lock clip and remove
the tubing from the cap of the RO housing on the main system bracket. Using the provided small wrench, remove the RO housing cap by turning counter-clockwise.
III. Replace Membrane: Remove and discard the used RO membrane. See Fig. 23. Remove and discard the plastic on the new RO membrane and insert the double banded
end of the new RO membrane into the RO housing first.
IV.Close Housing: Hand twist the RO housing cap back onto the RO housing by turning
clockwise. Using the provided small wrench, completely tighten the cap onto the RO
housing. See Fig. 24. Re-insert tubing into RO housing cap and re-attach BLUE tubing
lock clip to secure tubing.
V. Check for Leaks: Turn cold water supply and tank ball valve to ON positions. Check
valves, fittings, tubing connections and housings to ensure there are no leaks.
VI.Flush Membrane: Allow the RO system to run for approximately 3 hours to fill the tank.
When the tank is filled, the RO system will automatically shut-off. The first tank of water
must be drained to flush the new RO membrane. Do NOT use the first tank of water.
Turn the RO system faucet to the ON position to drain the tank. The tank is empty when
there is a noticable drop in water pressure from the RO system faucet. Once the tank is
empty, turn the system faucet OFF.
Fig. 22
Fig. 23
Fig. 24
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Post Filter Replacement
It is recommended to replace the post carbon filter at the same time the RO membrane is
replaced.
I. Turn off Cold Water & Tank Valve: Turn cold water supply and tank ball valve to OFF
positions. Turn system faucet to the ON position to release any built up pressure in the
RO system. Once pressure has been released, turn system faucet to OFF position.
II. Remove Tubing & Filter: See Fig. 25. Remove BLUE tubing lock clips and tubing from
each of the 3 tubing connections attached to the 5th stage post carbon filter. Remove
the quick connect tee (Point A) from the filter as it will need to be installed on the replacement filter. Remove the used filter from the mounting clips and discard the used
filter.
III. Connect Fittings to New Filter: When placing the new 5th stage post carbon filter on
the main system bracket, ensure that the FLOW arrow on the filter is pointing towards
the water output (BLUE tubing). See Fig. 25. Re-insert the quick connect tee (Point A)
and the 3 tubes into the new 5th stage filter and re-attach the 3 BLUE tubing lock clips
to secure tubing connections.
IV.Check for Leaks: Turn cold water supply and tank ball valve to ON positions. Check
valves, fittings, tubing connections and housings to ensure there are no leaks.
V. Flush Filter: Allow the RO system to run for approximately 3 hours to fill the tank.
When the tank is filled, the RO system will automatically shut-off. The first tank of water
must be drained to flush the new post carbon filter. Do NOT use the first tank of water.
Turn the RO system faucet to the ON position to drain the tank. The tank is empty when
there is a noticable drop in water pressure from the RO system faucet. Once the tank is
empty, turn the system faucet OFF.
A
Fig. 25
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System Service Record
Date of Purchase:
Date
1st Stage
Sediment
Date of Install:
2nd Stage
Carbon
3rd Stage
Carbon
Notes:
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Installed By:
RO
Membrane
Post-Filter
Carbon
Technical Information
Performance Data Sheet
Olympia Water Systems Reverse Osomsis Water Filtration System Performance Data
Model
Operating
Pressure
Operating
Temperature
Recovery
Rating
Efficiency
Rating
Daily Production
OROS-50
50-100 PSI
344-689 kPa
40-100° F
5-38° C
28.41%
19.65%
16.79 GPD
OROS-80
50-100 PSI
344-689 kPa
40-100° F
5-38° C
26.70%
17.37%
20.72 GPD
Olympia Water Systems • 25 South 51st Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85043 • 1-800-516-2495
Olympia Water Systems’ OROS-50 and OROS-80 have been tested according to NSF/ANSI 42
and 58 for reduction of the substances listed below. The concentration of the indicated substances in water entering the system was reduced to a concentration less than or equal to the
permissible limit for water leaving the system, as specified in NSF/ANSI 42 and 58.
NSF/ANSI 42
Substance
Influent Challenge Concentration
mg/L
Maximum Permissible Concentration
mg/L
2.0 mg/L ± 10%
≥50%
Chlorine
NSF/ANSI 58
Substance
TDS
(Model OROS-50)
TDS
(Model OROS-80)
Avg. Inf.
mg/L
Avg. Eff.
mg/L
% Reduction
Max. Eff.
mg/L
Inf. Challenge
Concentration
mg/L
Max. Permissible
Concentration mg/L
770
53
93.0%
60
750 ±40 mg/L
187
770
40
94.8%
44
750 ±40 mg/L
187
• Do not use this system with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adquete
disinfection before or after the system.
• Testing was performed under standard laboratory conditions, actual performance may vary.
• See owner’s manual for general installation/operation/maintenance conditions and needs as well as
manufacturer’s limited product warranty.
• Efficiency 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.
• Recovery 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.
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Warranty
Limited Product Warranty
Scope
Olympia Water Systems, LLC (“Olympia”) expressly warrants to the original purchaser that it’s
Reverse Osmosis System and components (the “Product”) will be free of defects in material
and workmanship for use under normal care for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase (the “Warranty Period”). During the Warranty Period and subject to the limitations and
exclusions set forth below, Olympia will, at its option, replace the Product or refund the Product purchase price if the Product fails to satisfy this Limited Product Warranty. This warranty
does not cover labor.
No warranty is given as to the service life of any filter cartridges or membrane as this will vary
depending on local water conditions and water input.
Limitations and Exclusions
Except as otherwise expressly provided above, Olympia makes no warranties, express or implied, arising by law or otherwise, including without limitation the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, to any person. This Limited Product Warranty
may not be altered, varied or extended except by written instrument executed by Olympia. The
remedies of replacement or refund of the Product purchase price are exclusive and are the
sole obligations of Olympia under this Limited Product Warranty. Olympia will not be liable for
any loss or damage arising from installation and use of the Product, whether direct, indirect,
special, incidental, or consequential, regardless of the legal theory asserted, including warranty, contract, negligence, or strict liability. Some states and countries do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to
you.
Conditions of Validity of this Limited Product Warranty
This Limited Product Warranty shall only be valid if:
I. The replaceable filters and membrane are changed and maintained on a regular basis
as directed in the Instruction and Owner’s Manual. In some areas, the amount of impurities present in the local water supply may require that the filters and membrane be
replaced on a more frequent basis.
II. The Product is operated in compliance with the operating conditions specified in the
Installation and Owner’s Manual.
III. The person seeking to invoke this Limited Product Warranty is the original purchaser of
the Product.
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Non-Covered Defects
This Limited Product Warranty does not cover defects caused by:
I. Improper storage, installation, maintenance, handling, use and/or alterations of the
Product, including but not limited to non-compliance with the installation, maintenance
and standard operation conditions stated in the Instruction and Owner’s Manual.
II. Unreasonable use, unintended use, or misuse of the Product for something other than
its intended use as a reverse osmosis system.
III. Damage not resulting from manufacturing defects that occur while the Product is in
the original purchaser’s possession.
IV. Installation of the Product with known or visible manufacturing defects at the time of
installation.
V. Damage caused by freezing, flood, fire or Act of God.
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Olympia Water Systems
25 South 51st Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85043
For questions or comments please visit our website at:
OlympiaFiltration.com
For technical support contact us at:
Support@OlympiaFiltration.com
1-800-516-2495
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