HIGH QUALITY WATER

 

SQC4Advanced multi-stage reverse osmosis filtration system Exclusive quick change filter design

Simply Water. . . clear and refreshing, filtered from ordinary tap water. By utilizing a self cleansing technology, Water Factory Systems’ reverse osmosis drinking water systems ensure long lasting water quality. Public or private well supply, Water Factory Systems® technologies ensure only clear fresh water flows from your tap.

Advantages of the SQCTMRO System

  • Easy installation beneath kitchen sink conveniently dispenses purified water for all healthy water-based cooking and consumption.
  • Requires no electricity, powered by residential water line pressure.
  • Adaptable for use with non air-gap decorative faucets to match any decorative style and function.
  • Sanitary Quick Change System
    • Safe, clean filter replacement eliminates handling filter media
    • Pre and post filters as easy to change as a light bulb
    • RO module equipped with quick-connect fittings for tool-free replacement
  • Capable of providing RO filtered water to multiple locations:
    • Kitchen and bar sinks, lavatory, hot-water dispensers and refrigerator/icemakers.
  • NSF certified and listed for contaminant reduction
  • Sanitary Quick Change filter cartridges for easy installation and service —no spills, no mess
  • Separate prefilters increase sediment holding capacity and increase membrane protection
    • 5 micron sediment filter
    • Granular Activated Carbon Filter
  • High Flux TFC RO Membrane
  • Radial flow block carbon polishing filter for highest faucet output
  • Patented stealth flow control for long life of reverse osmosis membrane
  • Slim profile, space saving design
  • System designed for both chlorinated and non- chlorinated municipal or well systems
  • Conserves water, shutting down when storage tank is full. Automatically turns on to refill tank
  • 1/4 turn sanitary quick-change filter designed for clean, easy cartridge changes. System design minimizes risk of injury and physical challenges associated with undersink appliance maintenance