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GE Merlin 120V Aquatec Booster Pump 1240632-220V

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GE Merlin Aquatec Booster Pump 1240632-220V

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$335.99 (Retail Price: $478.80 )

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The GE Merlin Booster Pump 1240632 220VAC increases line pressure up to 60 psi. The pump is used on the supply line. We strongly recommend the booster pump with all GE Merlin purchases because the Merlin operates best at 60 psi. Special variable speed pump that is made especially for the membranes in the Merlin system. The GE Merlin Reverse Osmosis System works on water pressures of 40 psi (2.8 bar) minimum to 80 psi (5.5 bar) maximum. Water pressure can be reduced by installing a pressure reducing valve in the water supply pipe to the RO system. Booster pump should be used for low pressure applications. Continuous cycling of the pump is normal. The GE Merlin Booster Pump is designed to synchronize the proper pressure and flows to the GE Merlin Reverse Osmosis System to gain optimum efficiency and permeate recovery. Increases flow and total GPD output and improves TDS water quality. Manufactured by Aquatec for the GE Merlin Reverse Osmosis System. The Aquatec part number is 5501-IVN2-220VAC. The QJS-554 Fittings are required, and sold separately. If your feed water pressure is below 45 psi, the GE Merlin Pressure Booster Pump is a required part for the GE Merlin RO System to operate properly.
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Genuine OEM Product
Used In Brands Aquatec
Manufacturer's Id 1240632-220V
UPC 799705695337
Operating Pressure (psi) 40 - 80
Maximum Operating Pressure (psi) 60
Flow Rate (gpm) 3.8
Flow Rate (lpm) 14.385
Additional Information 220VAC
  • GE Merlin RO System Replacement Parts:
  • Housing Sump O-Rings: The GE Merlin 1240326 Housing Sump O-Rings should be replaced every couple of filter changes or when there is damage to the o-ring. Use o-ring lubricant to keep the oring effective at sealing the housing sumps.