Crystal QuestThunder 2000CP Reverse Osmosis With Pressure Pump
Description:The Crystal Quest Thunder 2000cp Reverse Osmosis with Pressure Pump is another of Crystal Quest's extremely thoroughgoing filtration systems, cleaning your water with a reverse osmosis membrane, plus a formidable battery of filter pads, various beds of media (activated carbon, redox copper-zinc alloy, etc.), and other filtration measures.
The selection of filters is rounded out with a pressure pump. Our company offers a 30-day money-back satisfaction guarantee on this product to supplement the manufacturer's own 1 year limited warranty.
The filter also comes with all the necessary mounting hardware (including a saddle valve for hard copper piping under the sink – T-valve for plastic piping is optional), wrenches, color coded tubing, filter cartridges, reverse osmosis membranes, and a 4 gallon pressurized stainless steel holding tank with a polypropylene inner lining. Please leave a message in the comments area at checkout if you need a tee valve for plastic tubing.
The 13 stages of filtration include:
- Three reverse osmosis or ultrafiltration membranes that provide filtering down to 0.2 micron or 0.01 micron. These membranes remove viruses, proteins, inorganic chemicals, salts, metals, minerals, colloids, parasites, and bacteria with great effectiveness.
- Three separate 1-micron filter pads which take out cysts (Giardia and cryptosporidium, primarily), sand, sediment, rust, and other particles.
- Granulated activated carbon occurs in two places, and absorbs volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which include insecticides, pesticides, and solvents.
- A five-micron solid carbon block takes out large particles and starts absorption of VOCs, increasing the lifespan of other filter elements.
- One bed of ion exchange resin is present, drawing volatile organic compounds out of the water and lessening mineralization for softer water, too.
- Two beds of Redox media round out the assortment; these copper-zinc granules create an electrochemical field that catalyzes chlorine into chloride (which dissolves harmlessly in the water and disappears), and captures heavy metals through electroplating them onto the granules' surfaces (removing nickel, mercury, lead, cadmium, chromium, and others).
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