- Water Filter Systems
Reverse Osmosis Filter
- Gallons Per Day
- System Ratio Waste:Clean
- Recommended Feed Pressure
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micRO-75 from Hydro Logic
The micRO75 is a customized Reverse Osmosis water filter that is capable of removing up to 98%+ of most contaminants. The system is designed for use with hydroponic or horticulture applications, but can also be used effectively in a variety of other setting as well. The filter is built to give the maximum amount of flow from the membrane while sending less waste water to drain, compare to similar RO filters.
An economical, entry level, micro-sized, portable reverse osmosis system, 75 gallons per day solution.
Includes KDF/carbon filter and 75 GPD membrane. Also comes with garden hose connector, ¼" shut off valve, and pressure gauge. Features 2:1 drain to product water ratio for maximum efficiency.
The filter has a rated life of approximately 1,000 gallons of Reverse Osmosis product water. The membrane usually lasts 6-18 months depending on the quality of your tap water and how often you change the carbon/KDF pre-filter. Additional pre-filtration may be necessary depending on the quality of your tap water.
- x1 RO Membrane
- x1 KDF/Carbon Pre-Filter
- Wall/Floor Mount Bracket
- 6 ft 1/4” Feed, Product and Drain tubings
- Garden Hose Connector for the Supply Line
- 1/4" Inline Shut-off Valve
- Auto Shut Off Valve
- External Flow Restrictor
- Pressure Gauge with Safe Operating Zones
De-Ionization for micRO 75
This de-ionization filter is designed to serve as a post, polishing stage for any Reverse Osmosis system. After an RO system, the product water may contain trace amounts of nitrates, phosphates, and silicates as well other total dissolved solids (TDS). Certain applications such as aquarium, medical, manufacturing and others require 99.99% ultra pure, 0 PPM water. This DI filter will remove any leftover contaminants giving you the purest H2O available.
View the micRO De-Ionization Kit here
Replacement & Upgraded Filters
Replace every 1,000 Gallons
Replace every 6-18 months
Replace after 1,200 Gallons
- Product Flow Rate: 75 GPH / 3 GPM
- Dimensions: 6" x 15" x 5"
- Weight: 6 lbs.
- Replace housings every 3 years
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Brand Hydro Logic SKU HL31026 Weight (lb.) 5.8 Lead Time Due to social distancing requirements, this product ships in 2 Weeks UPC 812111011970 Prop 65 No Gallons Per Day 75 System Ratio Waste:Clean 2:1 Inlet Tubing Size 1/4" Product Tubing Size 1/4" Waste Tubing Size 1/4" Gallons Per Hour 3.1 Min. Feed Pressure 40 PSI Recommended Feed Pressure 60 PSI Operating Temperature Max 100 °F Max TDS 1000 ppm Max Hardness 170 PPM (10 grain) Voltage N/A
Hydro Logic MicRO Reverse Osmosis Filter - 75 GPD Reviews
- Better than advertised
I use this filter and the deionizer add-on. I get 0 water at 6.7ph with roughly 1.15:1 wastewater ratio. About 1.5 gals an hour at 80PSI. Better than advertised and @. $0.006 a gallon including waste. I am very, very happy with this setup. I have hard Rocky Mountain spring water coming out the tap. Established plants love it. Good for people too. Edibles and baby plant not so much. So I need to covert about 20 Gal a week for house and garden. This little filter is perfect.
- Works great
I bought this for my Juice Plus Tower Garden. It works great. Installation was easy with sharkbites and PEX. Output is pretty slow but not really an issue for me. PPM went from 300-400 to 0-2. Plants love it.
- IT JUST WORKS.
I have had this for 2 months now it has worked great for me, has a good fill time, ph is good and the price is good as well.
- A great option for smaller scale RO needs
I've had this unit for around a couple months now, and I'm very pleased. The only other RO units I could find for this price were 'no name' or 'off brand' units that had sketchy reviews at best. I was comfortable making this purchase because HL is a pretty big name in the industry and I have heard great things about their units. Now that I own one myself, I see why they come so highly recommended. Be aware that if your water source is under 40 psi that you may need a booster pump to get the 75gpd thats advertised. My water source pressure goes from 35-45 psi and I'm happy with the results, even at the lower pressure I only get 9 or 10 ppm when I started at something like 330