The 75 GPD RO Water Pump E series is a device to increase water pressure going into the home RO unit or small residential RO units. When your water resource is at low pressure, Reverse osmosis can be defined as a pressure-driven process that needs extra power.
RO units will theoretically operate on very low efficiency when pressure is down to 45 psi and you won't get a lot of good pure water. Low-pressure feeding makes the unit produce more rejected water while permeating less RO pure water. 75 GPD RO Water Pump can provide 0.5 Mpa (about 75 PSI) feeding pressure to RO unit that generates 75 gallons of RO water per day. The reverse osmosis membrane in the RO unit runs well on the city water pressure of 60 psi, but they run even better with a small pump to boost the pressure to 100 psi . If your city water pressure is about 30 Psi. The 75 GPD RO Water Pump can boost the real water pressure to 105 Psi.
Do You Need a RO Water Pump?
Most city reverse osmosis system users have enough tap water pressure to run their RO system properly. For example, if your tap water pressure is over 60 psi, there is little effect to be gained by adding a RO water pump. If the water pressure is below 60 psi. You'll get more pure water when applying a RO water pump at a faster speed. The increased pressure will also improve the economy of the unit (it will run less reject water to drain) as well as the quality of the water. RO units thrive on pressure.
Are All RO water booster pumps the Same?
The answer is no, LEFOO RO water booster pumps have many different series such as stable pressure series, self-priming series, economical series, Big flow pump series.. And each of them has different application areas, please feel free to contact the sales team who will happy to help.