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Reverse Osmosis

What is Reverse Osmosis?

Reverse Osmosis (R/O) is a state-of-the-art water treatment process in which water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane that has very small holes or "pores." Clean water passes through and impurities that are too big to pass through the membrane are left behind and flushed away. This is the same process used by many major water bottling companies. That means premium quality water in your own home.

Save Time and Money.

No need to go the store to purchase heavy, expensive cases of bottled water. Now with the Reverse Osmosis System you can enjoy bottle water quality at a fraction of the cost.

Out of Sight

The unique design fits under the sink leavering your countertops spacious. The sleek decorator faucet adds a touch of elegance to your kitchen unlike clunky faucet-mounted filters.

Reverse Osmosis

  • 1st Stage: Sediment: pre-filter 5 micron. 10"
  • 2nd Stage: Carbon pre-filter 10 micron. 10"
  • 3rd Stage: TFC membrane
  • 4th Stage: Inline post carbon filter, 10" W/JG quick connect 4 gallon storage tank, 2.5 gallon@40psi
  • Auto shut off valve
  • Rejection rate 92-98%
  • Operating temperature: 40-110 F
  • Operating pressure: 50-120 psi



The Fleck 5600 w/ Flowmeter Valve

48k Grain Unit (1.5 Cubic ft. of Resin)

10.8 Gallons per minute/ flow rate



 The Clack Valve (Solid State Computer)

48k Grain Unit (1.5 Cubic ft. of Resin)



• Solid state microprocessor with easy access front panel settings
• Three modes of operation meter immediate, meter delayed, or time clock delayed
• Double backwash feature, offers optimum regeneration, cleaning ability, and efficiency
• 36 selectable pre-programmed regeneration cycles
• Days override feature 1 – 28 day’s available
• Backwash and brining ability to 21” diameter tanks
• Downflow/upflow regeneration
• Stores system configuration and operation data in non volatile memory
• Capacitor back-up with two-hour power carry over
• 12 volt transformer provides safe and easy installation
• Control valve design provides optimum service and backwash rates
• Treated water regenerant refill




The Fleck 7000 Computer High Flow Valve

48k Grain Unit  (1.5 Cubic ft. of Resin)

The Fleck 7000 High Flow Valve has been tested to NSF 44 standards to flow a maximum rate of 15.6 gallons per minute.

Corrosion Proof Construction

Control valve is machined from inert Noryl, a glass reinforced composite material developed for outdoor UV applications. The control valve's environmental cover is NEMA-3R rated to withstand both wet and hot climates.


Features of the 7000se High-Flow Valve:

Thirty-five gallons per minute fills tubs faster. There’s nothing better for the upscale home than a water softener with the new Fleck 7000 high flow rate control valve. Designed specifically for both 1 inch, and 1.25 inch pipes, the 7000 high flow rate control valve delivers a continuous flow of up to 25 GPM! That makes it the softener of choice for new housing where more plumbing fixtures can create a bigger demand for water. What’s more, the 7000 valve features the highest backwash flow rate. That means higher efficiency and performance, especially for filter applications.

Advanced technology for added durability:

Manufactured from high-tech materials, the 7000 valve has been engineered and tested to withstand the equivalent of 27 years of uninterrupted daily use!

Electronic control:

The new 7000 valve features advanced electronics for easy programming and minimal parts. Switches, cycle cams, wiring harnesses and wire nuts have been eliminated. In addition, variable brining, variable reserve, high efficiency regeneration and simplified programming are now standard.

How the 7000se High Flow Valve works:

Water Softening Process:

Hard water enters the water softener system. As it passes through the resin inside the tank, the hard water minerals are attracted to the resin and the water is softened to service the home. Regeneration Process When the resin becomes saturated with hard water minerals, the water softener system automatically goes into regeneration. This is the process that frees the resin of hard water minerals, making it ready to soften the water again. Brine water is drawn into the tank and rinses the hard water minerals off the resin and down the drain. Once the resin is free of hard water minerals, fresh water rinses the remaining brine water out of the system leaving the system ready for service.