Its a inline pre filter before pump about the size of a golf ball. Filters out things 150 +/- microns. That way blocks anything that will damage your pump, but lets finer stuff through to other sediment filters. Good way to save your pump life and flow rates.Is that just a sieve style pre filter, doesn't look like a typical spin down after opening the image
Since no one has mentioned it yet I will. (Yes I read all 13 pages). Chloramines probably wouldn’t show up on your pool test strips since the chlorine is bound to an ammonia molecule.
Good luck, I hope it all works
Thanks. I was actually hoping the water temp would be like 85+ so we could definitively conclude its the water temp! I don't know how much a few degrees above 77 will reduce the rejection rate.Note: it’s been cloudy and raining for the last couple hours
We can have a RO/DI party!Thanks. I was actually hoping the water temp would be like 85+ so we could definitively conclude its the water temp! I don't know how much a few degrees above 77 will reduce the rejection rate.
But that is still the most likely suspect.
If it is indeed the water temp, someone else in hot areas must have encountered this before too.
I think we will just have to see how the new unit performs when it comes... the suspense!
And it'll no doubt pay for itself and then some as far as reducing the amount of normal sediment cartridges you would go throughMany different brands of spin filters. But definitely recommend if you have visible sand in your water. They are not that big. Much smaller than a canister.
I don't know if I would put that much restriction before pump. You could burn it out.