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      Whole-House Reverse Osmosis Filtration System

      All of Pure Water Industries’ water purification systems use Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology to create safe, crystal clear, and superior water quality. Specifically, these systems are used in whole-house residential where everyone will enjoy the purest and cleanest water to use. Please note, we are also are leaders in commercial, industrial,  and agricultural applications as well.

      Our residential water purification system is the perfect product to provide the purest, safest, and most reliable water for your family. We sell a variety of different applications and sizes that are best suited for the following:

      • Drinking water
      • Fill water for your swimming pool
      • RO quality water for all faucets and showers

      Have you ever thought about what it would be like to have RO quality water running through all your pipes providing every available water source in your house with RO quality water? This means you can say goodbye to hard water spots and so much more! To learn more about them, we have broken down all of our systems below.

      Whole-House RO Filtration


      Your residential reverse osmosis filter should be able to handle usage surges, which typically happen in the early morning or late evening. Thus, your whole-house RO system should have a stainless steel centrifugal pump, instead of a rotary vane or diaphragm pump. Centrifugal pumps can easily adjust to heavy usage without compromising filtration efficiency.

      Other than a heavy-duty pump, residential RO filters also have a thick storage tank, pre-treatment filters, and distribution components. For the pre-treatment system, we recommend an antiscalant mechanism over water softeners. An antiscalant system is more cost-effective, doesn’t require salt bags, and softens hard water.


      The biggest factor in choosing a whole-house RO system is its capacity. The average American uses approximately 80 to 100 gallons of water each day, but the number still varies per household. Consider your family’s water usage during peak hours, such as when the bathrooms, kitchen, and laundry are all in use.

      Choose your storage tank size based on your household’s maximum water usage at any point in the day. The volume of the tank should be equal to your average daily consumption. We offer storage tanks that hold 300 gallons and 500 gallons of RO water.


      Your water may need additional pre-treatment, depending on its source. This maximizes the performance of your RO system, making sure to eliminate all the salts, chemicals, and dissolved matter. Pre-treatment also prevents water contaminants from seeping into the reverse osmosis membrane, prolonging the lifespan of your RO system.

      Pre-treatment removes larger contaminants, including iron, silt, and sand. The anti-scalant mechanism softens hard water to keep the salts from damaging the RO membrane.

      Have a water quality test conducted before choosing a whole-house RO system to determine the condition of your feed water and the nature of its contaminants. This will help you know if your water source requires pre-treatment.


      Whole House RO Models

      The whole house RO systems are available in small to mid-range model sizes of 2000 and 4000 gallons per day (GPD) product water output. Our 2000 Gallon Per Day (GPD) system and 300 Gallon Holding Tank are usually appropriate for moderate water consumption and the most commonly bought system. Whereas, a 2000 GPD with 500 Gallon Holding Tank is typically used if you are treating your pool or need more water readily available.

      Our 4000 GPD system is more appropriate for very large homes or homes with heavy water consumption. With this system, you can choose to have a 300 or 500-gallon holding tank depending on how much water you need readily available.


      2000 GPD with 300 Gallon Holding Tank

      Model# – WHRO2K300

      RO Specs

      22″ W x 26″ D x 49″ H

      Holding Tank

      34.5″ D x 85″ H

      2000GPD Whole House RO

      2000 GPD with 500 Gallon Holding Tank

      Model# – WHRO2K500

      RO Specs

      22″ W x 26″ D x 49″ H

      Holding Tank

      45.5″ D x 83″ H

      2000GPD 500 Whole House RO

      4000 GPD with 300 Gallon Holding Tank

      Model# – WHRO4K300

      RO Specs

      22″ W x 26″ D x 49″ H

      Holding Tank

      34.5″ D x 85″ H

      4000GPD Whole House RO

      4000 GPD with 500 Gallon Holding Tank

      Model# – WHRO4K500

      RO Specs

      22″ W x 26″ D x 49″ H

      Holding Tank

      45.5″ D x 83″ H

      4000GPD 500 Whole House RO


      (Under specifications please refer to PWV2000 and PWV4000)

      If you have any questions about our whole house RO systems and what sizing is needed, please contact us today!

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