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Watts Premier 24 GPD Membrane 110009
Part Number 110009
Watts Premier 24 GPD Membrane 110009
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24 GPD (Gallons Per Day) Membrane Filter.

Compatible with the Premier Standard Reverse Osmosis Systems. 110009 is replacing the 560014. This semi permeable membrane effectively reduces TDS and sodium as well as a wide range of contaminants such as Arsenic, Lead, Percholate, Chromium, Copper, Radium and Protozoan Cysts, such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium. The heart of your Reverse Osmosis system reducing impurities down to 1/10,000 of a micron.

Applications: 5SV
4SV
WP-5
WP-4V
Zero Waste
*Note: This membrane is not for use with the quick change reverse osmosis systems.

Specifications: Water Production: 24 GPD (Gallons Per Day)
Filter Rating: 2-5 Years*
Easy to install
Flow Restrictor: 250ml

*Note: Membrane life may vary based upon local water conditions, use patterns, and frequency of filter changes.

Special Note: Due to a change in technology regarding the membrane and standard RO systems. Before the invention of the in-line flow restrictor there was a enclosed flow restrictor that could not be cleaned. This flow restrictor was enclosed in a solid plastic casing and had to be changed every time you changed the membrane. With our new in-line flow restrictor it can be removed, cleaned and replaced without having to purchase a new one.

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Watts Premier 24 GPD Membrane 110009
  This is the last filter before end product in a 5 stage Reverse Osmosis System. This filter is call a post carbon filter. It is placed after the 3 gallon holding tank and just before entering your faucet. This central component reduces impurities down to 1/10,000 of a micron and removes any possible remaining bad taste or odor. Fits the RO Pure system.
  Reviewed by:  James from Farmington, AR. on 3/21/2012