What kind of harmful substances does the Waterdrop G3P800 water filter remove?
The RO system comes with an efficient 3-filter setup, alongside seven
layers of RO membrane. Therefore, it is effective against all impurities larger than 0.001 microns, such
as heavy metals, harmful chemicals, viruses, bacteria, and more.
Is UV sterilize necessary for reverse osmosis system?
Yes, it is. Reverse osmosis system is designed to remove over 90% of
contaminants from your tap water by forcing the water particles through tiny pores in the reverse
osmosis membrane. However, bacteria that isn’t intercepted by RO membrane will still grow in internal
waterway and even faucet. UV sterilizer can perfectly solve this problem because it can filter out up to
99.9% bacteria in water. So, it is best to combine UV disinfection with water filtration for the purest
Do I need to replace the UV lamp regularly?
No, it is not. You can use the lamp for up to 50 years or more. It uses an
advanced LED chip with little or no maintenance requirements – a huge upgrade from the traditional
Dose Waterdrop G3P800 RO system waste a lot of water?
No, it does not. The reverse osmosis water system is equipped with
cutting-edge water-saving technology that guarantees a minimum drain ratio of 3:1. Therefore, for every
three cups of pure water you get, only 1 cup of wastewater is produced. This is the highest water-saving
capability you will find in reverse osmosis water filters.
Can Waterdrop G3P800 RO system be used for commercial?
Yes, you can. The 800 GDP filtration capacity of the filter in this
reverse osmosis with uv light means it can conveniently meet the water needs for large households and
small businesses like clinics, restaurants, gyms, cafes, and others.
Is the Waterdrop G3P800 reverse osmosis pump noisy?
Yes, it does. The pump in this reverse osmosis water filter works
silently; you will hardly hear any noise.
Do I need plumbing services to install the reverse osmosis system?
No, you don’t. The installation process is quite straightforward.
Is this reverse osmosis water filter system unit suitable for well water?
Regarding using our RO unit with well water
As far as we know, using well water as
a source for our RO systems is not recommended.
The reasons are as
a. Large particles.
Compared to municipal tap water, the
well water is rich in large particles, which will clog the filters easily, and shorten their life
Please note that the filters will still need to be replaced more
frequently, even if you have added a pre-filtration system.
The well water has a very complicated composition, and some of them
(apart from the large particles) can cause the filter or internal valve to be clogged and prevent
the RO system from functioning normally.
c. Water pressure
water may not provide the feed water pressure that the RO system requires (14.5 psi min.).
Furthermore, the water pressure will be even lower after passing through pre-filtration
Can I use our own faucet?
No, you cannot. Your original kitchen faucet may not be compatible with
the system. Therefore, we have included a dedicated faucet in this reverse osmosis water system.