Growonix GX400 | HF - 400 GPD Reverse Osmosis System | 17 GPH RO Machine |
Growonix GX400 | 400 GPD Reverse Osmosis System | 17 GAL HOUR Ro Machine
2:1 system ratio
Growonix Gx400 FEATURES:
- 2:1 system ratio... Means every 1 Gallon of water you throw away or "WASTE", you capture 1 gallon of usable FILTERED water. Most RO systems sold today have a 3:1 WASTE to FILTERED water ratio
- Membrane: Two DOW GrowniX GXM-200-HF TFC membrane element. The highest flow membrane for maximum rejection 98.5% nominal (96% minimum) of impurities.
- Carbon: One Eco Green Coconut Carbon Filter rated for 16,000 gallons chlorine reduction. KDF/CAT carbon available as an upgrade WORTH THE MONEY.
- Sediment: One High Flow pleated sediment filter, washable and reusable.
- Frame:Electrogavanized powder coated steel for superior corrosion resistance, unmatched durability, and component protection.
- Easy Maintenance & Operation: Systems feature a compact design, are pre-plumbed and have all of their components strategically located for easy access and inspection.
- Auto Shutoff Valve: for positive automatic shutoff when using a float valve or faucet.
- Wall Mountable
- Wrapped in our GX Series patented housing system
Growonix Gx400 DESCRIPTION:
Designed to flow 17 GPH (Gallons Per Hour) of pure RO water with an astounding 2:1 ratio—High flow rates and water savings never before seen in a package so affordable and durable. Utilizing the best membrane technology in the world and wrapped in our GX Series patented bracketing system, our premier flagship is a mobile powerhouse. A pair of liquid-filled stainless steel pressure gauges tell you when it’s time to change the pre-filters.
For those who demand even more performance, the GX400 can be used with a BP-1530 pressure-boosting pump to DOUBLE GPD output.
Growonix Gx400 Specifications:
|Max Flow Rate w/Booster Pump
||800 GPD(600 GPD average)
|Minimum Feed Pressure
|Recommended Feed Pressure
||60 psi—80 psi
|Recovery (system ratio 1:1)
|Dimensions LxWxH (in)
|Nominal % Rejection
|Minimum NACL Rejection
Test Conditions: Permeate flow and salt rejection based on 550 ppm, 80 psi, 77°F (25°C), pH 7, and 50% recovery
Note: Higher TDS and/or lower temperatures will reduce the system's production.