BrewRO System

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BrewRO System

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The BrewRO System is a multistage water filtration system that is intended to provide safe and purified water for brewing. The system removes 99.9998% or more of contaminates in your water, giving you a clean slate to rebuild your water profile to fit your next recipe. 

System Includes:

  • BrewRO System with 4 Stage Filters
  • Hose Attachment 
  • 10 feet of red, blue, and white NSF Certified tubing

Technical:

Water enters the system and flows through a 10 micron sediment filter (5). This filter will remove any suspended solids, such as dirt, from the water. Next water enters the 10 micron carbon filter (4). This filter absorbs chemicals like chlorine and VOC's. The carbon filter also protects the RO Membrane from premature degradation. Next water enters the RO membrane (6). This filter removes dissolved solids from the water. Lastly, the water enters a deionization filter (3). This filter removes charged ions in the water with a mixed resin bed. 

Gallons per Day: up to 100gpd (4 gallons per hour)

Contaminant Removal: Average 99.9998% pure or >2ppm TDS

Connections: Standard Hose Attachment

NSF Certified Components 

Filter Lives:

  • Sediment Filter: 6 to 12 Months
  • Carbon Filter: 6 to 12 Months 
  • RO Membrane: 3 Years
  • DI Filter: 6 Months

Filter lives can vary depending on usage, storage, and water quality.