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Hydrotech 10107 Series 101 Reverse Osmosis System

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Hydrotech 10107 Series 101 Reverse Osmosis System

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The Hydrotech 10107 RO System is manufactured by Hydrotech and uses the Hydrotech membrane and filters. The Hydrotech 10107 Reverse Osmosis System is a 4 vessel RO system. The Hydrotech 10107 uses a TFC 45 GPD RO Membrane. This a green membrane with an orange band. Hydrotech 101 Series RO Systems are point-of-use drinking water systems which combine sediment and carbon filtration along with reverse osmosis technology to provide effective water treatment. Hydrotech 101 Series Reverse Osmosis Systems use the Smartap Water Quality Monitor to accurately indicate membrane performance.
  • Hydrotech 10107 Reverse Osmosis System Stages:
  • Stage 1: The 41400008 / S-FS-02 is a Sediment Filter used in the first housing. The Stage 1 filter should be changed every 3-6 months.

  • Stage 2: The 41400009 / S-FS-19 Carbon Block Filter is used in the 2nd stage. The Stage 2 filter should be changed every 6-12 months.

  • Stage 3: The 41400007 / S-FS-20 45 GPD Membrane is used in the 3rd stage. The Stage 3 membrane should be changed approximately every 2 years.

  • Stage 4: The 41400009 / S-FS-19 Carbon Block Filter is used in the 4th stage. The Stage 4 filter should be changed every 6-12 months.

  • Hydrotech 10107 RO System Parts:
  • Replacement O-Ring: The 34201026 O-Ring is a replacement o-ring that fits inside the housing sumps. The o-rings should be replaced every couple of filter changes. Be sure to use O-Ring Silicone Grease to lubricate the o-rings every time you change the filters.

  • Replacement Sump: The 20500023 Sump is a replacement sump and only needs to be replaced when your sump cracks or wears out.

  • Wrench: The 21401003 Wrench is a great tool for removing the sump when replacing the filters. DO NOT use the wrench to tighten the sump.

  • Hydrotech 10107 RO Filter Change Intervals:
  • The filter change interval will vary due to your water quality and the amount of water used.

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