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ProTool Valve for RO Water Bypass 1/2in FPT

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  • Allow water to Flow in the Open position for 1 to 2 minutes at the end of each use the an RO system.
  • The RO Bypass Valve has two operating modes, Flush (open the gate) and Production (Closed Gate with small water Flow)
  • Used on the output of an the Bypass water from an RO Membrane, the restriction hole allows water to trickle out at the same time it creates pressure on the RO Membrane

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Item #: 150-1358  UPC : 00669893019638  MPN : 205T012-NL



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Gate Valve for RO Water Bypass Pro

The RO Bypass Valve has two operating modes.

When the Gate Valve is Closed The RO System is "in Production" and the water pressure is applied to the membranes with a small mount of water flow passing through the 1mm hole to allow for brine accumulation to be released.

When the Valve is Open then water will flow freely on the dirty side of the RO Membrane and this will help to wash out any accumulated calcium and magnesium deposits from the RO Membrane..

Allow water to Flow in the Open position for 1 to 2 minutes at the end of each use the an RO system.

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