Reverse Osmosis Systems
Proline RO Replacement Filters
Find RO replacement filters and manuals by selecting your Proline system below
Proline reverse osmosis (RO) filter systems provide homes and businesses with great-tasting, filtered water. Harnessing the process of reverse osmosis, Proline systems effectively remove a wide range of contaminants, including metals, dissolved solids, certain organic compounds, pesticides, and more. As a result, users benefit from crisp, clean water that's ideal for drinking, cooking, and other household needs. Proline's RO systems are a trusted choice for those prioritizing water purity.
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Proline Frequently Asked Questions
Does Proline offer an eco-friendly system that wastes less water?
Yes, the Proline GRO-75 is a high-efficiency, environmentally-friendly reverse osmosis system. With a remarkable 50% recovery rate, translating to a 1:1 waste water ratio, this RO system leads the industry in water conservation.
Installed under the sink, the Gro-75 consistently supplies 75 gallons of fresh, filtered drinking water each day. It's designed to remove up to 99% of over 90 contaminants, including substances like lead, VOCs, chlorine, and even arsenic, enhancing both the flavor and odor of your water. The GRO-75 drop-in cartridges and membrane make the system easy to install and maintain. Read a full review of the GRO-75 RO system.
How do I replace my Proline RO filters?
Start by selecting your Proline reverse osmosis system above. You'll be taken to a page that provides manuals or instructions for your specific model. General filter replacement instructions are available here.
How do I order replacement filters for my Proline RO drinking water filtration system?
For reverse osmosis systems, filter replacement frequency depends on water usage and the quality of the incoming water. Typically, pre-filters and post-filters should be changed every 6-12 months, while the RO membrane itself usually lasts about 2 years. For Proline RO systems, it's essential to refer to the manufacturer's recommendations to ensure optimal performance and longevity. Regularly changing filters and membranes ensures the system continues to provide purified water and operates efficiently. How to replace reverse osmosis filters.
Which membrane or filters do I need for my Proline RO filtration system?
Select your Proline RO unit from the list above. You will be taken to a new page that shows the available membrane and filters for your RO system. Be sure to select the correct membrane size (listed in GPD or gallons per day). If you have any questions, please call our customer support team at 877-377-9876. We're available Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm Central Time.
What contaminants does the Proline RO system remove?
Proline reverse osmosis systems are designed to remove a wide array of contaminants. They effectively filter out dissolved salts, heavy metals like lead and mercury, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and other impurities like pesticides, herbicides, and total dissolved solids (TDS). Additionally, many RO systems reduce chlorine, fluoride, and certain pharmaceutical traces. For detailed information about the Proline RO system's capabilities, consult your system's spec sheet found on the product page.
Learn more about generally what contaminants can be removed with reverse osmosis filtration.
Answers To Your Most Common Questions
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