GE FQROMF Video Transcript

Hey everyone, Aquaman here with Today we’re looking at the GE FQROMF. This is a unique proprietary size membrane cartridge designed specifically for GE systems. It features their twist & lock technology which makes for really easy cartridge changes. It is NSF Standard 42 and 58 certified for a long list of contaminants, and naturally because it is a reverse osmosis membrane, it’s removing 95 plus percent of all of the total dissolved solids. But there are some unique contaminants that are not normally found on a reverse osmosis membranes contaminant reduction list, including pentavalent arsenic, hexavalent chromium; made famous by the Erin Brockovich movie, and nitrates. Not all membranes remove those contaminants. It is also certified for the unique requirements of the state of California. It comes with a flow restrictor. When you change your membrane, it’s not uncommon for the flow restrictor to have become clogged and need to be changed as well, so GE has included one of those too. It fits into many GE systems, but specifically it fits into the PNRQ-15, the PRNQ-20 and the PXRQ-15, and several others. Now filter life is going to go by one of two things; either the rule of thumb, every two years, or by using a TDS meter to measure total dissolved solids. Your RO membrane is removing 95% of total dissolved solids when it’s new. That number will slowly degenerate over time, but by using a TDS meter you can measure how much TDS is being removed. When you drop below 75% reduction of TDS, that’s an indication your membrane is exhausted and it needs to be replaced. Again, this is the GE FQROMF, and I’m your host Aquaman with Thanks for watching. 

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