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Model: RODI-2000-03-T2DW High Flow Type II DI System for Glassware Washers (includes Built-in RO Pre-Treatment)

The 2-GPM reverse osmosis portion of this system reduces operating costs by economically removing ~97% of the contaminants from the incoming tap water. A built-in three stage per-filter removes sediment and chlorine from the incoming tap water. The RO water is purified by the Type II portion of the system and stored in an included 200-Liter pressurized tank that prevents the risk of airborne contamination and eliminates the need for additional feed pumps and tank filters. The stored DI water is available for use by a glassware washer at a flow rate of 40-LPM.

The Type II portion of this system produces 2-15 megohm-cm pure water at a flow rate of 8-12 Liters/minute and includes two installed High Purity/High Capacity DI Modules and one spare DI Module. It features continuous re-circulation to maintain maximum water purity. Therefore, pure water is instantly available on demand. The system can be setup to feed a single dispensing point or multiple dispensing points via a small (200 linear foot) circulation loop. A variety of optional faucets, valves, and dispensers are available for use with the system.

A digital Conductivity meter is used to monitor the DI water quality. The meter has a flashing red LED that alerts the user when the water quality drops below 0.48 MicroSiemen (2 megohm-cm). The standard meter can be upgraded to digital Conductivity/Resistivity monitor with user adjustable set points. The upgraded meter (Part #: M-6AQ-UPGRADE) has Red and Green LED's to indicate that the water quality is above or below the acceptable purity. This upgrade is recommended if you require DI water with a resistivity of 2-15 megohm.

This affordable lab water system is simple to install and is easily maintained by the user.

The system has a 1-year warranty and is proudly made in the USA.

This combination Reverse Osmosis System and Type II DI System is for operation on virtually any quality tap water that contains less than 1000 PPM total dissolved solids.