GrowoniX Replacement High Flow Membrane for the EX1000/GX1000

GrowoniX Replacement High Flow Membrane for the EX1000/GX1000

SKU #: GXM-1000-HF
GrowoniX Brand Product
$312.69

Availability: In stock

Lead time: This product ships in 3 Business Days


Overview

    1000+ GPD Custom-rolled Membrane for EX/GX-1000, EX-1000T and the EX4000-T. Available in both High Flow (HF) and High Rejection (HR) versions to meet your water flow and quality requirements.

    High Flow (HF) - elements offer superior unmatched flow rate with a bit less rejection. (most popular).
    High Rejection (HR) - elements offer ultra high rejection for the cleanest possible water at a lower flow rate.

    *Flow rate chart shown is for High Flow (HF) elements only.

    These GrowoniX, American made, hand rolled membranes are the industries most reliable and highest performing reverse osmosis elements in the world. Advanced membrane technology and manufacturing processes ensure superior quality and unmatchable performance. Ultra low energy design delivers high flow and high rejection at only 80psi. A must for cold water sources. Always at an industry leading 1:1 ratio.

    Click here to view the GrowoniX Replacement Filter Chart for product compatibility.

    Tech Specs

    Features

    BrandGrowoniX
    SKUGXM-1000-HF
    Weight (lb.)4
    Lead TimeThis product ships in 3 Business Days
    Prop 65No
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    GrowoniX Replacement High Flow Membrane for the EX1000/GX1000 Reviews

    Short lifespan
    Same problem here. I'm already on my fourth membrane. The Ro itself is very good quality but the membrane has a short lifespan.

    Don`t last
    Same problem here. The RO is good quality the membrane's life expectancy is short. I'm already on my fourth one.

    Inconsistent RO Flow
    These membranes rock for about 2 weeks, then drop from 1500 gpm to 800 using a 150 psi booster pump. My input ppm is only 300.
    I have used about 6 of these and its so dang inconsistent. I like these guys, but not sure the claims on real hard water situations. Good luck