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Aqua Elite II – 100GPD Reverse Osmosis



Clean water, pure and simple.

With the possibility of water contaminants such as arsenic, lead, nitrates, heavy metals, fluoride, VOCs, and more, you want to make sure you and your family get the very best drinking water. The Aqua Elite II – 100GPD Reverse Osmosis system makes it easy, removing up to 99% of harmful contaminants.

Reverse osmosis is a simple but powerful process for removing impurities. It works by pushing water through a semi-permeable membrane, leaving you with clean, fresh water, and the impurities are flushed down the drain. The Aqua Elite II – 100GPD Reverse Osmosis system puts the source water through 4 stages of filtering, and the water produced can give you clearer ice and better-tasting coffee and tea!

Additional information

Weight 25.08 lbs
RO Production

100 GPD



Reverse Osmosis FAQ

Q: How does the GenPure RO System differ from an ordinary water filter?

Ordinary water filters use a screen to separate only particles of dirt and sediment from the raw water source. Reverse osmosis employs a semi-permeable membrane that removes not only particles but also a very high percentage of dissolved contaminants, molecule by molecule, from your raw water. Your system will deliver pure, refined water consistently to the designated storage tank or water distribution equipment.

Q: What is the membrane and how does it work?

The membrane element consists of several thin layers or sheets of film that are bonded together and rolled in a spiral configuration around a plastic tube. As the raw water passes across the surface of the membrane, only pure water molecules are allowed to pass through and collect in the tube, while all other mineral and contaminant molecules are rejected and washed from the surface of the membrane to the drain.

Q: What processes does the GenPure RO System use?

GenPure RO Systems use two stages of treatment to produce high-purity product water. The feed water first flows through a 5-micron polypropylene filter used to reduce suspended particles. The second stage is the reverse osmosis membrane that separates most dissolved contaminants from the water molecules. These standard processes will probably be augmented with additional pre-treatment processes, depending on your water source. 

Q: Will reverse osmosis remove sodium chloride and other slats from the water?

Yes. Reverse osmosis was originally developed to make drinking water from seawater. Your system is equipped with a membrane that will be very effective in reducing sodium levels normally found in ground water or softened water. GenPure RO Systems are not designed for use on seawater, or Brackish water with a TDS above 1500ppm

Q: Does reverse osmosis remove bacteria? Cryptosporidium? Viruses?
Reverse osmosis membranes will virtually eliminate most chemicals, bacteria, viruses and parasites such as Cryptosporidium from the water. Where these conditions exist, pre-filters and other system components located before the membrane will become contaminated from exposure to them. Cross contamination of the entire system may occur when the membrane or filters are changed or disturbed.


Q: What other contaminants does reverse osmosis remove?

The combined filtering and RO processes in your system will remove more than 98% of many organic compounds, including THMs (chloroforms), DBCP, lindane, TCE (trichloroethylene), PCE (tetrachloroethylene), carbon tetrachloride and chlorine. Very conservatively, a TFC membrane will remove the following percentages of contaminants: Barium 97%, Potassium 92%, Bicarbonate 94%, Radium 97%, Cadmium 97%, Selenium 97%, Calcium 97%, Silicates 96%, Chromium 92%, Silver 85%, Copper 97%, Sodium 92%, Detergents 97%, Strontium 97%, Fluoride 90%, Sulphates 97%, Lead 97%, PCBs 97%, Magnesium 97%, Insecticides 97%, Nickel 97%, Herbicides 97%, Nitrates 80%, Total Dissolved Solids 97%.

Q: Where is the system installed?

Each application will require access to the feed water source, electrical power and a drain for the wastewater to be routed to. The system should be protected from the elements and at all times protected from freezing. If the system is used to provide water to a critical piece of equipment, you may consider protection from power surges and lightning strikes.

Q: Can the GenSoft RO System be connected to multiple appliances?

Yes. Many installations will involve providing water to multiple appliances or pieces of equipment simultaneously. Make sure that the peak usage of water for the combined equipment does not exceed the output of your RO system or its product water storage. Call us at (239) 599-8873 for any questions.

Q: What factors affect the quantity and the quality of the water produced?
  1. Pressure: The greater the RO system pressure, the greater the water quantity that will be produced by the membrane. Your GenPure RO unit has been equipped with ultra-low energy membrane(s) that are designed to operate at a minimum system pressure of 100 psi. (7.0 kg/cm²) and a maximum of 150 psi (9.0 kg/cm²). Do not attempt to operate your system at pressures exceeding 150 psi, as damage to the membrane or premature fouling may result.
  2. Temperature: Production increases with temperature, standard ratings established at 77°F (25°C). Never operate the system from the hot water line or with water exceeding 95°F (35°C), as this will damage the membrane and internal components.
  3. TDS: The higher the Total Dissolved Solids in the raw water, the lower the rate of output of product water.
Q: Can the total amount of water produced be increased?

Once the system has been set for optimal operation, the overall water available for consumption over a set period of time will be increased by increasing the storage capacity. This will increase the time available for the unit to produce water in off-peak hours (instead of standing idle), and more storage capacity to be available in peak hours when water usage may exceed production capacity, for short intervals.

Q: What is the maintenance schedule for the GenPure RO System?

A good rule of thumb is to replace the pre-filter every other month in commercial applications. Consider changing them monthly when in continuous use or when used with untreated water sources. Dependent upon feed water quality, your membrane(s) should have a life expectancy of 1-5 years. More severe water conditions (iron, hardness) may shorten this significantly; soft water sources may allow a membrane life of up to 8 years.


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