Reverse Osmosis Unit Smartline Gold premium
Small, space-saving and inexpensive Reverse osmosis plant Smartline Gold premium
The cheap entry-level model for your pure water anywhere. Nevertheless it has a 3 litre tank and a water tap. This is not standard for very small systems.
This reverse osmosis unit Smartline Gold premium is easy to transport. So you can use these also on the way on journeys. The conveying capacity is up to 285 litres in 24 hours. The system works with a 3 liter storage tank and does not require an electrical connection. This is possible by using the pressure of the tap water. Water cleaning without electricity – only 3 bar line pressure is required.
Reverse osmosis plant Smartline Gold premium – a space miracle
With a suspension device and 4 rubber feet, this inexpensive unit can be mounted on the wall or in the base cabinet. This plant has no large pre-filters. This saves space. Due to the lack of pre-filters, you must therefore change the filters a little more frequently. However, the price for the required filter set for this system is correspondingly low.
The system filters coliform germs, bacteria, herbicides, phosphates, heavy metals, fungicides, nitrate, nitrite, pharmaceutical residues or simply lime up to 100% from the tap water.
Experience the pure taste of pure water
The filter capacity per day is up to 285 litres.
The ratio of reverse osmosis water to waste water is 1 to 4.
Small and handy with the following dimensions: 35.5 cm x 13.5 cm x 12 cm (L x W x H)
The 3 litre storage tank requires only the following small space: 21 x 21 x 32 cm (L x W x H)
The weight of the system itself is only 4.8 kg.
Maintenance and care
It is recommended to change the filter every 5 months as this system does not have any coarse pre-filters. Buy this filter set for your system. The membrane must be changed every 24 months. When changing the membrane I recommend a disinfection after the rough pre-cleaning of the housing from the membrane. To do this, use CDH3000. Simply add 1-2 ml CDH3000 to the membrane housing when inserting the new membrane. Now fill the housing with water. Then close it and put the hose back on. Put the system back into operation after a waiting period of 5 minutes. The chlorine dioxide flows through the membrane, tank and faucet, disinfecting them. If the chlorine dioxide smell escaping from the tap has disappeared, you can use the water again as drinking water.
Scope of Package:
This plant consists of the reverse osmosis water filter, the 3 litre storage tank, a sediment filter 5 microns,
an activated carbon filter, a TFC high performance membrane 75 GPD, 1 x connection set for mounting on a water tap and on the water tap connection, all hose lines and a key for membrane housing.
An illustrated connection guide can be found here Here
Connections and their colors:
What you connect to which port is described in detail in the following paragraph:
The red connection is for the supply of tap water to the system (white hose). It is attached to the aerator adapter with the union nut. If you do not want to connect the system to your aerator but firmly in your sink base cabinet, the white hose is then connected to the stopcock there.
The black connection is covered with the red hose and is for the waste water. You can either drain it into the washbasin or connect it directly into the drain pipe of your sink unit. This is possible with the clamp included in the scope of delivery. Here you have again 2 possibilities.
The blue connector and blue hose are for the filtered osmosis water. This must then be connected to the reverse osmosis water tap. To do this, unscrew the union nut on the stopcock, insert the hose and tighten it again.
The yellow connection is for the connection of the 3 litre storage tank. The tank is provided with the enclosed small plastic tap after you have wrapped the sealing tape around the thread of the tank. Then connect another white hose to this tap.