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August 9, 2020
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Product Detail

Item#: AL8302
  Type Use:
  Units/Case: 1
  Wt Each: 40.00

Other Important Information About This Product
  Related Product:
5-Stage Mako Double RO & DI Reef Unit 200 gpd (Special Order)

  Substitute Product:
5-Stage Mako Double RO & DI Reef Unit 100 gpd

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Product Name: 9-Stage Great White Reef Extreme RO & DI Unit 300 gpd special Order
Category: Water Conditioners, R/O, & Salt*
Subcategory: Reverse Osmosis Units Tap Water Purification
Manufacturer: Aquarium Life Support Systems
9-Stage Great White Reef Extreme R/O & DI Unit 300 gpd

-125 PSI pressure tested vessels

-Three TFC 100 GPD membranes

-All Fittings are Quick Connect

-Membrane Flush Kit

-Aquatec 8800 Booster Pump (Built In)

-In Line TDS Water Purity Meter

-Built In Test Port between RO and DI

-Clear Filter housings

The Great White is a Reverse Osmosis and Deionization system. The standard unit comes with 1-micron sediment filtration, a carbon block for VOC reduction, 3 DOW membranes, and 3 color indicting deionization (DI) resin cartridges. In most instances, this unit will provide laboratory grade water. This unit has redundancy in the DI stage for the MOST DEMANDING water quality customers. The Great White is available in 300 GPD flow rates.

Great White Instructions:

·Unpack your unit completely.

·Inspect for any damage or broken parts as a result of shipping.

·Locate and connect the supply side of the equipment. This will be the right side as you face the system. The supply side will consist of Black tubing.

·Locate the Yellow drain line, and place in an appropriate area for drainage.

·Locate the blue product water line that will provide treated water for use.

·Once installed, allow the system to run for approximately 15 minutes to flush completely. Please make sure there are no leaks; parts can come lose in shipping. Hand tightening may be necessary.

The sediment and carbon block filters (stage 1 and 2) should be changed approximately every 6 months, depending on quality of supply water.

When you notice your pressure gauge drop below the 35 PSI range you should then replace the stage 1 and 2 filters. You need at least 35 PSI supply pressure to permeate the membrane.

The only way to check your membrane for proper rejection is with a TDS Meter (Total dissolved solids).

You are now ready to provide clean, fresh water for your pets!

These instructions cover the most common set up configurations. All systems come with a 3 year limited warranty. Please contact Aquarium Life Support Systems if you have problems with your unit. Customer is responsible for filter and membrane changes and associated costs.

Limited: 3 Year Warranty

To be of exceptional quality, hereby warrants equipment to its first purchaser at retail as follows:

This warranty covers filter cartridge housings, fittings and tubing, and all components. Filter replacements including sediment cartridges, carbon block cartridges, DI cartridges, and Reverse Osmosis membranes are the responsibility of the consumer.

This warranty begins at the time of product registration and must be registered within 10 days of the date of purchase.

This warranty does not require replacement of the entire unit. The defective part(s) or the entire unit will either be repaired or replaced with new parts.
This warranty is void if the equipment is not installed and operated according to instructions. It does not apply to damage caused by abuse, accident, neglect, freezing, or other abnormal conditions beyond the companies control.

Trouble Shooting Guide

Cloudy or milky colored water:

·Bad Membrane (Replace Membrane and sanitize when below 75% rejection.)

·Water Supply has a high oxygen content.

·System is still new.

Water does not taste or smell right:

·Bad Membrane (Replace membrane when 75% rejection and sanitize.)

·Filters have expired. (Replace filters- should replace every 6 to 12 months.)

-System needs sanitizing.

Low Water Output:

·Incoming water pressure is below 40 PSI (Increase pressure to 40 psi).

·Bad check valve (Replace check valve, open valve.)

·Filters clogged (Replace filters.)

·Kinked tube (Unkink tube; if damaged, replace tube.)

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