Last Updated on April 22, 2022
Connecting one of the top reverse osmosis systems to your household water source has numerous advantages. Not only can you save a lot of money by purifying water efficiently, but you can also provide fresh water to the entire family.
Pure drinking water is available at every tap and kitchen sink. As a result, you may cook and drink pure, healthful water. In addition, pure water is essential for infants and children as their stomach is delicate as they can get sick from even small levels of pollutants in the water.
The RO filtering system removes up to 99 percent of water contaminants by combining a reverse osmosis membrane with other high-quality filters. The greatest RO system is equipped with cutting-edge technology. All of the materials are non-toxic and safe. It also purifies well or taps water in up to six steps.
As a result, you can utilize these systems with confidence for fresh drinking water. For quality assurance, some of these come with a 5-year warranty. All dangerous elements are removed by the PP sediment, carbon block, and reverse osmosis filters. Most RO systems are simple to set up and operate, and they are reasonably priced.
Pureplus is a California-based water filtering company with over 20 years of experience. Every year, they provide filtration solutions to 200 million American households and work to ensure that more Americans have access to clean, safe drinking water.
This Pure plus water filter review will examine the water filter and its functions.
Pure plus Water Filter Review – 2022
There are six stages in the Pure Plus 6-stage reverse osmosis ro system. Typically, the filters in the first, second, and third stages can be used for six months, the RO membrane for two years, and the filter in the fourth and sixth stages for one year.
The longevity of the filters is determined by the quality of your water. Even if your water contains a lot of calcium, the RO system can provide good drinking water. However, as you may have noticed, the first three filters for your well water may need to be replaced in less than 6 months. Replace the first three filters if the water flow is severely reduced.
- First stage: Premium quality sediment filter PP10 eliminates dust, particles, and rust. Filter life is 6 months.
- Second stage: GAC carbon blocks of superior quality eliminate chlorine, tastes, smells, VOCs, and other pollutants. Overall warranty is 6 years. The pitcher’s bottom reservoir contains about half a gallon of unfiltered water, while the filter can handle 150 gallons of water. Depending on how often you fill up, you may determine how long it will last, solely based on your usage.
- Third stage: A high-quality carbon block removes any remaining chemicals, tastes, or odors, ensuring purity. The filter has a life of 6 months.
- Fourth stage: A high-rejection RO membrane removes 99 percent of impurities such as arsenic, copper, aluminum, lead, fluoride, heavy metals, and other contaminants. The life of the filter is 2 years.
- Refining the coconut carbon filter removes any possible remaining taste and impurities from the tank in the fifth stage. Filter life is one year.
- The sixth stage: Makes somewhat acidic water with a pH of 7.0 or below.
A revolutionary technology: With a 0.0001-micron rate and an 80 GPD capacity, the PurePlus 6 Stage Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System
Impurity Removal: Removes 99 percent of 1000+ pollutants, including arsenic, chlorine, lead, and heavy metals
Improved water quality: Adds calcium minerals for better alkalinity and wonderful flavour.
Certified and approved: If you purchase one set of RO filters, you will receive one year of use. 1 pc NSF 58 certified (by NSF) LG original Reverse Osmosis Membrane, 1 pc TDS Metre, and NSF 42 & 372 certified (by WQA) RO replacement filters are included in the PurePlus 6-Stage RO system.
Quality and performance: The lead-free nickel faucet, with no air gap, provides quiet operation, a certified shell storage tank never rusts, and leak stop design cuts off water flow immediately. When the filter is leaking, a manual flushing valve is used to backflush the system, which considerably extends the filter’s life.
Quick and easy to install: Exceptionally well-made, It’s simple to install with quick connect fittings, no extra lock clips or steps to seal leaks, a detailed installation manual, and timely service. It’s extremely safe and convenient for usage.
Overall, this device does a fantastic job of thoroughly purifying the water. It comes with a water testing instrument that demonstrates that all particles have been eliminated. At first, the alkaline post filter has a strong mineral taste, but after multiple tanks fills, the taste improves dramatically. The system is excellent in terms of pricing and quality.
You can go check out the product for yourself to make a better-informed buying decision:
- First, you have to get rid of the protective wrap from each filter before you begin to install it.
- Next, insert the 1st stage filter into the housing, also make sure that the o ring is seated at the top of the housing.
- Then, insert the 2nd stage filter into the housing, and make sure that the black rubber cap is at the top of the housing.
- Then proceed to insert the 3rd stage filter into the housing, making sure that the rubber caps on both ends are tightly attached to the filter.
- Now, carefully screw the housing on top of the aural filtration system, ensuring that they are attached to the correct spot.
- Move on to installing the first stage filter housing onto the side of the filtration system, where the end has a blue cap
- Install the second stage housing onto the center of the filtration system
- Again, carefully screw the 3rd stage filter housing onto the remaining spot of the filtration system.
- Now, tighten each filter housing using the supplied wrench
Installation of the 4th stage RO membrane
- Slightly lift the housing and remove the blue locking clip
- Compress the white fitting and pull out the tube
- Remove the cap of the housing using the supplied wrench
- Install the membrane into the housing and make sure the end with the black o ring is facing the cap of the housing
- Next, tighten the cap of the housing with the supplied wrench and insert the tubing
- Install the blue locking clip and put the housing back into position
Installation of the faucet under the sink
- Install the black plate, the lock washer and then install the nut and tighten the nut
- Install the collar, the tubing onto the faucet and make sure the tubing is tightened
Installation of the valve
- Remove the nuts from the shut-off valve and wrap the Teflon tape around it
- Install the shut-off valve into the cold water adapter and wrap the Teflon tape onto it
- Loosen the cold-water flex line on top of the faucet and wrap the Teflon tape around the cold water flex line then proceed to install the adapter
- Re-install the cold-water flex line onto the adapter and tighten it
- Then, slip the nut from the stop valve over the blue tubing
- It is recommended that you soak the tubing in warm water for a while then insert the blue tubing onto the valve
- Proceed to tighten the nut in position
Installation of the anti-leak protector
- First, remove the 3M sticker that is present on the bottom of the protector
- Position the protector on the same level as the filtration system
- Insert the blue tubing that is connected to the shut-off valve into the anti-leak protector
- Make sure the tubing goes in from the red side and comes out from the green side
- Remove the blue lock clip from the filter housing and remove the blue cap as well
- Insert the blue tubing onto the filtration system
- Proceed to re-install the blue lock clip
Pressure tank installation
- Remove the blue cap on the top of the pressure tank
- Install the valve onto the tank and make sure it is fully tightened
- Attach the red tubing to the pressure tank valve
- Remove the red cap from the filtration system then attach the other end of the red tubing to the filtration system
- Remove the yellow cap from the RO filtration system and connect the yellow tubing to the filtration system
- Drill a hole at the desired location on the drainpipe, then attach the sticky foam pad around the opening and insert the black tubing into the drain saddle
- Align the drain saddle with the drilled hole so that the black tubing is inserted into the drilled hole then install the black plate
- Install the nuts and tighten them with a screwdriver and remove the black cap from the water filtration system
- Finally, attach the black tubing to the water filtration system
- A professional team available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- A 1-Year Return Policy Guarantee
- Micron rate NSF58 Certified LG Original RO Membrane
- Replacement filters provide a one-year service life: NSF 42&372. WQA certification
- A 4-color tubing system that is simple to install
- No-noise brushed nickel faucet with no air gap
- Material safety: lead-free
- The plastic Shell Storage Tank is non-rusting.
- When a leak occurs, Leak Stop automatically shuts off the water supply.
- Backflushing the system and increasing filter life with a manual flushing valve
Which equipment is meant to be used with drinking water?
For drinking water, the 6-stage Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System is ideal. It employs cutting-edge technology with a 0.0001-micron rate and filtration 80 GPD capacity to remove 99 percent of 1000+ contaminants, including arsenic, chlorine, lead, and heavy metals, while also adding calcium ions for better alkalinity and flavour.
Is there a leak stopper, an aso valve, and a flow restrictor included?
The PurePlus Ro system includes a leak stopper, an aso valve, and a flow restrictor; if you have any issues during installation, please contact customer care.
Is it possible to install this system on a good pump to replace the previous house’s water supply?
When the incoming water pressure is between 40 and 80 psi, the system operates. You can get the RO System to work as long as the water pressure is in this range.
How many gallons does this system produce per day?
The PurePlus RO system has a capacity of 80 gallons per day, which is more than other RO systems (24 hours).