GE PXRQ15RBL Specification

GE PXRQ15RBL Specification
The system makes a good supply of drinking water each day.
How much it will make depends primarily on these things…
Feed water pressure limits—pounds per square inch (psi) ......................40–120 a
Feed water temperature limits—minimum/maximum degrees F...............40–100
Maximum Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)—parts per million (ppm)................2000
Operating Instructions
Maximum water hardness @ 6.9 ph recommended to optimize membrane
life—grains per gallon (gpg)......................................................10
8
7.5
forwaterwithhardnessgreaterthan10grains(at6.9pH),theuseofa
softenerisrecommended.failuretoinstallawatersoftenerwillreduce
thelifeoftheReverseOsmosismembrane.seechartforadditional
informationonthepossibleneedforawatersoftener.
Incoming Water pH
Safety Instructions
Specification guidelines.
WATER SOFTENER RECOMMENDED
7
6.5
6
Water Softener
not required
10
20
30
40
50
60
Installation
Instructions
INCOMING WATER HARDNESS (GPG)
Maximum turbidity (NTU) ...............................................<2
Maximum iron, manganese, hydrogen sulfide (ppm) ....................<0.1
Chlorine in water supply ...............................................2.0ppmMaximumallowable b
Feed water ph limits (ph)...............................................4–10
Storage tank capacity—gallons ........................................4 c
Automatic shutoff control..............................................yes
Prefilter and postfilter .................................................(fQROPf)carbonBlock
Consumer Support
Troubleshooting Tips
Reverse Osmosis membrane ...........................................(fQROMf)thinfilmPolyamide
Storage Tank Dimension (inches) .......................................height 15” diameter 11”
System Body Dimension (inches) .......................................height 11” width 10.5” depth 4”
a. If house water pressure is over 80 psi, install a pressure reducing valve in the water supply line. If house water pressure
is under 40 psi, install a Reverse Osmosis booster pump (contact your local plumbing supply company).
b. Removed (maximum of 2.0 ppm) by the Reverse Osmosis prefilter. ReGuLaRMaINteNaNceIsReQuIReD. Chlorine will destroy
the Reverse Osmosis membrane.
c. Theoretical tank capacity. When tested according to NSF/ANSI Standard 58 at 50 psig inlet pressure, tank capacity is
2.3 gallons.
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