Commercial Reverse Osmosis System for Restaurants, Bars, Cafés, Commercial Kitchens, Hotels, Offices, and more – Light Commercial Duty, 300 Gallons Per Day
The PS-300G floor-standing commercial reverse osmosis (RO) system can deliver up to 300 gallons per day of water. It is the perfect commercial RO system for food service water filtration applications in restaurants, bars, cafes, commercial kitchens, hotels, offices, and more. The PS-300G comes with pressure gauge, Aquatrol pump, pre-filters, and TFC reverse osmosis membranes. It is a floor-standing unit or can easily be mounted on the wall; features a corrosion resistant frame-mount.
PS-300G Commercial Reverse Osmosis System Features:
- Pressure gauge for pre-filter monitoring
- Quick connect fittings
- Membrane housing, cartridges, fittings, and tubing are NSF certified
- High quality 20″ pre-filters (5 micron sediment, 10 micron carbon block removes chlorine, 10 micron carbon block removes additional chlorine)
- 300 GPD TFC reverse osmosis membrane
- Light weight aluminum frame with heavy duty powder coating that is corrosion resistant so it will not rust
- Aquatrol 36V pump
- Can be floor-standing or wall mounted
- Filter wrench included
- Space saving design
PS-300G Commercial Reverse Osmosis System Specifications:
- Dimensions: 11″ L x 18″ W x 32″ H
- Feed water source: TDS levels up to 1,500 ppm
- Operating temperature: 40° – 100° F
- Operating pressure: 120 psi
- Tubing: 3/8″ white
PS-300G Commercial Reverse Osmosis System Applications:
Commercial water filter for restaurant, bar, café, hotel, or commercial kitchens
Using high quality water in your restaurant, bar, café, or hotel means the best base for hot or cold beverages. You can also offer chilled, ambient, and sparkling water to customers which tastes better and is more pure than tap water.
Maintenance and breakdown on restaurant equipment is reduced significantly by treating your water. Restaurant, café, and bar equipment use tap water for ice machines, coffee and espresso makers, and more. Scale build up and corrosion effects these machines, resulting in higher maintenance costs as well as disruption to your business. Coffee machines are very expensive to replace and need careful maintenance with regard to scale control and pH balancing to prevent corrosion.
Using purified water for cooking food is considered a good health practice and advisable to do as a restaurant or café. Letting your customers know their food has been cooked using purified water is something that customers appreciate and is a selling point for your foodservice business.