Domestic Reverse Osmosis Install Guide

Puretech Water Systems (UK) Ltd is proud to present cutting edge Reverse Osmosis technology for the domestic market.  Our Domestic Reverse Osmosis System provides high quality water purification at home. This is our installation guide.

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Domestic RO Install

Figure 1

Ensuring that the towns mains water supply is isolated, create an incision into the existing copper pipe. Allow for the installation of the Towns Mains Connection Adapter as shown in Figure 1.

Towns Mains Connection Adapter

Figure 2

Place the Drainage Pipe (Red) into the existing drainage pipework and secure. Ensuring that the level of drain is higher than the Domestic Reverse Osmosis System. See Figure 2 for reference. 

Figure 3

Drill a hole into the sink top using a 19mm drill bit.

Then, mount the Brushed Chrome Dispense Tap. Secure in place using the the threaded retaining nut as depicted in Figure 3.

Figure 4a

First, remove the Blue, Red and White Pipe Caps as depicted in Figure 4a.

Ensure you release the push fit connections by applying pressure to the lip around the connection. This can be located at the base of the fitting where the pipe connects.

Use the colours of the Pipe Caps as a visual aid when installing the corresponding colour pipe in its place.  

Figure 4b

Next, connect the Towns Mains Inlet Pipe (Blue), the Drainage Pipe (Red) and the Purified Water Outlet Pipe (White) to the fittings as shown in Figure 4b. 

Figure 5

Insert the Reverse Osmosis Membrane into the Membrane Housing as shown in Figure 5. Please pay attention to the directional flow arrow shown on the label which is on the Reverse Osmosis Membrane.

Ensure the Power Lead Supply and Plug Adapter are connected to the Power Inlet Port on the back of the unit as shown in Figure 4b.

Connect the Brushed Chrome Dispense Tap Wire Connection as shown in Figure 3 to the Spade Connectors as shown in Figure 4a. Please ensure that the colours match up (i.e: Red to Red and Black to Black).



RO membrane

Figure 6

Once the unit is turned on at the mains, please follow the simple step-by-step commissioning instructions as shown in Figure 6.