- The only nsf certified and tested reverse osmosis system among the top-rated ro systems on Amazon
- 5-Stages of filters purify tap water and well water to provide clean, high-quality drinking water
- 50 gallons per day (gpd) reverse osmosis membrane
- Designed to fit inside most under-sink cabinets
- Feed Water Temperature 50-100° F (5-38° C )
Included in the Box
- Main System Bracket
- RO Housing
- Filter Housings (3)
- Flow Restrictor
- Automatic Shut-Off Valve
- Sediment Filter
- Carbon Block Filter (2)
- 50GPD RO Membrane
- Post Carbon Filter
- 3.2 gal. Tank
- Chrome-Finish Faucet
- Tank Ball Valve
- 3/8” Feed Water Angle Valve
- Drain Saddle Valve
- 1/4” Tubing (4)
- Housing Wrenches
- Teflon Tape
Enjoy fresh, pure drinking water with the Olympia 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis System
Designed and tested to provide clean, high-quality drinking water at your home or business.
The filtration portion of the system measures 16” W x 7” D x 20” H and the tank measures 12” W x 12” D x 18” H, fitting most under-sink cabinets. Installing the system is easy with our step-by-step installation guide with full-color photos.
The Olympia Reverse Osmosis system does not only have a few parts that are NSF certified, our entire system is NSF tested and certified. The OROS-50 system has been tested and certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI 42 for the reduction of Chlorine, Taste and Odor and NSF/ANSI 58 for the reduction of Total Dissolved Solids.
- *For more information about our NSF certification, please visit the official website.
5-Stages of Filtration
5 micron sediment filter (stage 1), 5 micron carbon block filters (stages 2 & 3), RO membrane (stage 4) and a post-carbon filter (stage 5).
Quick Connect Fittings
Simple system installation with quick connect fittings caps that are color-coordinated with the included NSF certified* 4-color tubing.
NSF certified*, swivel spout faucet with ceramic disc valve. Faucet has a mounting range of ½”- 1 ½” for installation in a sink or countertop.
About Reverse Osmosis
Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that uses pressure to force water molecules through a semipermeable membrane to remove impurities and contaminants. The 0.0001 micron pores in the membrane prevent the larger molecules of dissolved impurities from passing through with the smaller water molecules. The result is clean, high-quality drinking water without the hassle of purchasing bottled water.