|Item model number||AAA-1005|
|Color||White with Chrome Faucet|
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100 Gallon Per Day 5-Stage Home Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System
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- Produces 100 Gallons of Purified Drinking Water Per Day; Model AAA-1005
- Eliminate up to 99% of dissolved solids, metals, harmful chemicals & microorganisms from your water.
- Enjoy the huge savings and convenience of pure water directly from your tap vs. bottled water.
- Use RO Purified Water for Drinking, Cooking & Ice for improved flavor and increased health benefits
- Go green! Stop wasting bottled water containers & fuel used to deliver water by filtering your own!
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AMI 5-Stage Home Reverse Osmosis System
AMI AAA Series systems use state of the art technology to produce clean water for drinking, cooking and other household uses. Our residential RO Systems are complete with pre filters and post filters and come with a 3 gallon storage tank and installation kit. A Non-Air Gap faucet comes standard with the AAA System.
Completely Assembled and Ready to Install (with detailed step by step installation instructions).
• Stage 1 - Sediment: 5 Micron Sediment filter to remove dirt, rust and other suspended particles - installed in a white filter housing.
• Stage 2 - Carbon Carbon Block Filter Cartridge to remove chlorine, tastes and odors - installed in a white filter housing.
• Stage 3 - Carbon Carbon Block Filter Cartridge to remove chlorine, tastes and odors - installed in a white filter housing.
• Stage 4 - Reverse Osmosis:Thin Film Reverse Osmosis Membrane to remove 99% of dissolved solids, installed in a white membrane housing.
• Stage 5 - Polishing Filter: The water runs through an in-line carbon filter to remove any taste or odor it may have acquired in the storage tank.
AMI AAA Series RO Systems are made of high quality, industry proven components. The high quality RO Membrane used is NSF Certified for assurance of the highest and most reliable water quality possible. Manufactured in the United States by Applied Membranes, Inc. - an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company to assure a high performance quality-guaranteed product every time!
Top customer reviews
Great investment. It brought my PPM from >200 to 9 and my PH from 6.5 to 8.3 after I ran the advised 2 tank fulls through it to get rid of factory sanitation residues. This was a fun project to do on my day off and I will be enjoying the fruits of my labor for many years to come. Thank you for the good business. Thank you for not sending me any defective goods, and mostly - thank you for not flooding my kitchen :)
When the unit arrived it came in a huge box, which was just the outer protection to a smaller box that had all the parts pretty much ready to assemble. I have to say that the instructions were clear, could have been layed out a little better, but they got the point across. I proceeded to shut the main water valve off only to find out that it began to leak, thus adding a little more expense to the project. At the hardware store I was told that I can replace the screw in valce with a 90 degree ball shut off valve that had a longer life expectancy, so I went with that. I also bought some extra tubing and compression fittings since I was going to tee the water line off to the refrigerator ice maker as well.
After about an hour of installing the main water dispenser and securing all the connections using teflon tape to avoid a possible leak, I finished the job by attaching what is called the waste water line to the drain pipe under sink. I was not sure why this needed to be there but I did it anyway. The final step was to connect the color coded tubing to the filtering assembly, and then turn on the water. I was glad that I took my time during the install, because there were no leaks from any of the connections.
After the water filled the system, I noticed a sound as if water was trickling into the sink drain. It turns out that the waste water line was purging the system and dumping the waste water. On initial installation, this waste water seems to go on for about an hour but once the storage tank is full the same water pressure shuts the valve off and the system is ready to work. I did notice a little bit of a spike in my water bill, however once I saw the difference in the ice coming from the ice maker and tasted the water which can give Dasani a run for their money I have to say it is all well worth it.
The ice from the dispenser used to be cloudy in nature and at times had a faint chlorine smell to it, and the taste of the water was just as bad. The ice today comes out looking like clear pieces of glass, with no smell and no cloudyness, while the water is the best I have ever tasted. The improved water has even given my soups and coffee a much better taste that guests actually noticed. Only one drawback to this is that I lost most of the space in the cabinet under the sink, but if you pre plan how you want to lay out the system before you do it it will make a world of difference. One final thing, give yourself plenty of time and no distractions for a smooth install.
hooked it up, and the water flow was as thin as thread (no kidding). I called their technical support dept, they suggested i check incoming water pressure, i did (62Psi) more than enough, tank pressure 8 PSI ( i had to go buy a gauge) it was good. they finally determined the RO membrane was bad and sent me another ( charged me for it including freight, still waiting for a refund) after installing the new RO membrane the water was flowing great. But wait, it was flowing too fast now (2.5 GPM), a 100 gallon per day unit should make 4 gallons per hour. I knew something was wrong, I called again ( this was the third call) they said some valve must be malfunctioning, for me to bypass it. well i did & no luck. it came with a 3 gallon resivior and it never took a drop of water. every component had failed so far.
starting water test: 9.1ph. 500PPM
AFTER ro INSTALLED: 8.8ph, 460PPM
APPLIED MEMBRANES FAILED MISSERABLE. SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY, DONT BUY.