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ProTool ECO Cart RODI Purification System

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  • Ready to use out of the box
  • 40in RO Membrane offers great water flow
  • Easy to Replace Carbon Filter, Large refillable DI cartridge
  • Stainless Steel and Aluminum Construction
  • Easy to Use, Simple to Maintain

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Item #: 150-0553  UPC : 00669893017733  MPN : HSIEC

$1,545.15

$1,761.35

 
 
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ECO Cart RODI Purification System

The ECO 3 stage RODI cart  is the best pure water,  bang for your buck system out today. 

All the pure water  capability and functionality of similar style carts at an affordable price.

System Features:

RO membranes:  1 x Low pressure 40 in
Max Pressure: 100PSI
Flow: 1.0 GPM
RO only Filtration: Up to 97%
Inlet / Outlet connections: Garden Hose
Material: Stainless steel
Wheels: 2 x 10in Wheels

Waste valve: Yes
TDS Meter: Manual
Pressure gauge: Yes
Carbon Filter: Sediment  Carbon 2.5 in x 10 in
DI Filter: Refillable 2.5 in x 20 in container
Capability: RODI Mode
Dimensions: 50 x 17 x 14
Weight: Dry 45lbs


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