The Waterdrop G3P600 Reverse Osmosis System is a tankless reverse osmosis system that produces 600 gallons of filtered water per day. It has a fast and stable water flow rate, filling an 8 oz cup with water in 8 seconds, which is ideal for drinking, and washing vegetables and fruits.
G3P600 Tankless Reverse Osmosis System – Waterdrop G3P600
- Smart choice of 2,000,000 American families
- Trusted Certification
- 600GPD Fast Water Flow
- 2:1 Pure-to-Drain Ratio
- 8-stage Filtration]
- Smart Display Faucet
The system has a 2:1 pure-to-drain ratio, meaning it can produce two cups of purified water while producing only one cup of wastewater, which can help save money on water bills.
The reverse osmosis system is built with a smart display faucet that has TDS monitoring and filter life-detecting functions, which helps you to get water quality information and know when to replace the filter. The system has a tankless design, which frees up over 70% of under-sink storage space.
The Waterdrop G3P600 Reverse Osmosis System is NSF/ANSI 58 certified for TDS reduction and NSF/ANSI 372 certified for lead-free material. It comes with an automatic flushing function to ensure freshness in every sip. The system is easy to install, but it requires drilling two holes, one for the RO faucet (1″) and the other for the drain pipe connection.
8-Stage Filtration Capabilities
The Waterdrop G3P600 is a titan when it comes to water filtration. Its 8-stage deep filtration process is a testament to its commitment to providing the purest water possible. Each stage plays a crucial role in ensuring that your water is free from impurities and contaminants.
- Pre-sediment Filter: This initial stage intercepts larger particles, sediment, and debris, preventing them from entering the system. It’s the first line of defense against visible impurities.
- Carbon Block Filter: The carbon block filter is a workhorse, absorbing chlorine, taste, odor, and chloramine, which can adversely affect the flavor of your water. It ensures that your water not only looks clean but also tastes great.
- RO Membrane: At the heart of the system, the Reverse Osmosis (RO) membrane takes center stage. It reduces Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), including heavy metals like hexavalent chromium, providing you with water that is virtually free from microscopic contaminants.
- TDS Reduction Filter: This additional filter further polishes the water, reducing any remaining TDS and ensuring the highest level of purity.
- Alkaline Post-Filter: To balance the pH of the purified water and enhance its taste, an alkaline post-filter is employed. It adds a subtle touch that makes your water even more enjoyable.
- Mineralization Filter: The mineralization filter introduces essential minerals back into the water, ensuring that it not only tastes great but also provides essential nutrients.
- Carbon Post-Filter: This final stage ensures that any remaining traces of odor and taste are removed, leaving your water crisp and refreshing.
- PP Cotton Filter: As a finishing touch, the PP cotton filter intercepts any large-particle matter that may have bypassed earlier stages, ensuring that your water is clear and clean.
With such a comprehensive filtration process, the Waterdrop G3P600 leaves no room for compromise when it comes to the purity and taste of your drinking water. It doesn’t just remove impurities; it elevates your water to a new level of quality.
FAQs: Answers to Your Common Questions
What is the pure-to-drain ratio?
The pure-to-drain ratio is 2:1, therefore, for every 2 cups of pure water you get, only 1 cup of wastewater is produced, which is much higher than the traditional RO systems.
What is new about the Waterdrop G3P600 Ro water filter system?
The RO system offers faster water flow (600 gallons per day) and can filter a cup of water in about 8 seconds. Compared to traditional RO systems, the Waterdrop RO System has a low drain ratio of 2:1. Save more money on your water bills!
What is reverse osmosis water systems?
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that uses a partially permeable membrane to filter out impurities from drinking water. In reverse osmosis, an applied pressure is used to overcome osmotic pressure, a colligative property that is driven by chemical potential differences of the solvent, a thermodynamic parameter.
The result is that the solute is retained on the pressurized side of the membrane and the pure water is allowed to pass to the other side. To be “selective”, this membrane should not allow large molecules or ions through the pores, but should allow filtered clean water to pass freely.
How does a reverse osmosis system work?
A reverse osmosis system reduces sediment and chlorine from water with a prefilter before it forces water through a semipermeable membrane to reduce dissolved solids. After water exits the RO membrane, it passes through a postfilter to filter the drinking water before it enters a faucet.
Does the reverse osmosis water filtration system produce wastewater?
All RO systems will produce concentrated water to discharge impurities. Compared to traditional RO water purifiers, the Waterdrop RO system produces less concentrated water and saves 300% more water. You can collect concentrated water to mop the floor, wash your car, do laundry, etc.