SpectraPure® MAXCAP RO/DI™ Systems incorporate our SpectraPure Membrane that produces 90 GPD or180 GPD. It also is the highest rejection rate available at 98% (180 GPD @ 60 psi & 77 degF). Used in combination with our MAXCAP DI ™ and silica-removal deionizing cartridges, this system provides the ultimate removal of algae promoting substances, including colloidal silica, and the longest deionizing cartridge life, significantly reducing the cost of operation. This is water purification at its best, an RO/DI system designed to continuously produce economical ultra-pure water.
Dual stage DI for true “18.2 meg-ohm resistivity laboratory grade water” . This super capacity DI system consists of a newly developed MAXCAP DI ™ Cartridge, with over three times as much contaminate removal capacity than any other Mixed-Bed DI cartridge. The final stage consists of our Silica-Buster DI cartridge, with two, dual inline electronic purity monitors to determine the performance of the RO membrane as well as the DI exhaustion points. While competitors claim ZERO TDS, don't be fooled by limitations of most inexpensive DI Systems. Besides, it just makes sense… two stages of high quality DI cartridges definitely will produce higher purity water more reliably over the life of the cartridges than any single stage.
The SpectraPure MAXCAP RO/DI™ is available with either a FilmTec™ 90 or 150 gallon per day membrane.
MAXCAP RO/DI™ Systems are equipped with the finest pre-filtration 0.5 micron MicroTec™ pre-filters, and 20,000 ppm-gallon chlorine/chloramine capacity carbon block pre-filters. Clear filter housings and a standard pressure gauge provide better visibility of system performance. No more guessing about plugged pre-filters. Also included is a filter wrench and a 3/4” garden hose adapter.
Our premium grade filters (as used in the MAXCAP RO/DI™) are a significant upgrade in performance and capacity. Each of our premium grade filters has been extensively tested in the worst case locations to insure performance, capacity, and reliability. If you have excellent tap water (a rarity these days, but it still happens in some places in the US ) you may be able to scrimp on
pre-filtration, but we see that as the exception in most locations, and thus recommend you purchase the best pre filtration you can afford. As important as pre filtration is to removal of contaminants and the life of your expensive RO membrane (and subsequently the life of your DI cartridges) we think that for ultimate performance and lower cost of ownership over the production life of your membrane that you should always use the best pre-filtration available.