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Polishing Filter. Activated Carbon or Carbon Block
1:3 - 1:5 (Aqua-Cleer-30 models only) 1:1
. Arsenic Cartridge. Total Defense (MTBE, VOC Reduction). Perchlorate Cartridge*
1000 gallons 1000 gallons 1000 gallons
Dispensing Faucet. . Culligan Aqua-Cleer Faucet: Rotary Operation, Stainless Steel and Resin Flow Passages, with Built-in Siphon Break. Colors Brushed Nickel, Polished Chrome or White 2 gallons (7.5 L) 3 gallons (10.5 L) 9 gallons (34 L) 13.8 W x 4.2 D x 15.5 H (35 cm W x 10.7 cm D x 39.4 cm H) Std. 9 Diameter x 15H (23 cm Diameter x 38 cm H) Med. 11 Diameter x 15H (28 cm Diameter x 38 cm H) Lrg. 15.5 Diameter x 22H (40 cm Diameter x 56 cm H) Storage Capacity. Standard Tank. Medium Tank. Large Tank Dimensions. Filter Assembly. Storage Tank 3
Rating at 50 psi, 77F, 500 mg/L TDS influent, without storage tank.
May vary with pressure. See Replace Flow Control, page 10, for all hard water applications and applications where TDS exceeds 1000 mg/L (ppm). Arsenic and Perchlorate cartridge must be installed after the RO membrane and system must have a Performance Indicator Device (PID) installed to track gallon usage. Influent Water Characteristic
Notes 1. See the Performance & Technical Information section for all applications where TDS exceeds 1000 ppm. A booster is strongly recommended to improve the reduction of TDS. Higher pressures will help maintain the membranes maximum rejection performance. The reverse osmosis membrane used in these systems may be damaged by chlorine. These systems include activated carbon filters which protect the membranes by reducing chlorine. Influent chlorine should not exceed 3 mg/L. A softener is strongly recommended for water over 10 gpg hard. Installing a system without a softener on water with hardness higher than 10 gpg will reduce the life of the membrane. Additional information on factors that affect RO performance can be found in the Performance & Technical Information section.
40 - 120 psi 33 - 100 F 5 - - 2500 ppm (0 - 2500 mg/L) 0 - 3 ppm (0 - 3 mg/L) 0 - 3 ppm (0 - 3 mg/L) 0 - 10 NTU 0 - 10 gpg Potable
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)1 Chlorine2 Turbidity Iron
* Cartridge not for sale in California.
0 - 1 ppm (0 - 1 mg/L)
Culligan Aqua-Cleer Drinking Water Systems
Suggested Installation Equipment
Sink Cutting Tools
Porcelain Cutter Kit, 1-1/4 inch diameter, PN 00591625 Greenlee Hole Punch, 1-1/4 inch diameter Plumbers Putty
Carton 8 Faucet
Carton 9 Aqua-Cleer Sentry Monitor
Note: The filter elements are shipped in their own sealed packaging. This will help to simplify in-plant preparation of the system and to maximize the shelf life of the RO membrane element. If the Aqua-Cleer system will not be installed immediately, refrigerate the RO membrane element at 35/40F (2/5C). DO NOT ALLOW TO FREEZE.
A limited warranty is extended to the original end user from Culligan. This warranty is printed on the back cover of the Owners Guide.
The Aqua-Cleer system is designed for use on potable water supplies meeting the guidelines outlined in Table 1. The system should be installed on a homes cold water line. The flushing stream should discharge through an approved siphon break. Installation of this system must comply with state and local laws and regulations.
High Efficiency Operation
The Aqua-Cleer system has an option high-efficiency operation. Soft water use is strongly recommended. For maximum RO membrane life on all hard-water installations, substitute the flow control as described in the In-Plant Preparation section of this manual.
* Cartridges not for sale in California.
10 3/8 Outlet 1/4 Inlet 1
Item Description Manifold Assembly Sediment Filter 1 Sediment Filter 2 Sediment Filter 4 Carbon Block Filter Granular Activated Carbon Filter 30 GPD Reverse Osmosis Membrane 50 GPD Reverse Osmosis Membrane Nanofiltration Reverse Osmosis Membrane= 5 Arsenic Filter Perchlorate Filter** Carbon Block Filter (MTBE, VOC) 10 Post Carbon Filter Flow Control Automatic Shut-off Valve Faucet 2 Gallon Storage Tank 3 Gallon Storage Tank 9 Gallon Storage Tank 11 Ball Valve
*Monitor (Not Shown) **Cartridges not for sale in California = Cartridge not for sale in California or Iowa
Manifold/Main Filter Assembly
(Refer to Figure 2 for component description.)
Manifold Assembly (#1) The manifold assembly serves as the functional hub of the Aqua-Cleer system by directing the flow through each of the systems main components. Particle Filter (#2) The particle filter (2) is melt blown and is closed at one end. The particle filter screens out particulate material, such as dirt, sand, or rust, which may clog the other filters in the system. The filters available are SED1, SED2 or SED3. Activated Carbon Filter (prior to Reverse Osmosis Membrane - #3) The activated carbon filter (3) is offered in two styles, granular or block. Both are rated to treat 2000 gallons of water containing 2.0 ppm of chlorine. The active material is acid washed activated carbon. The activated carbon filter reduces chlorine which may damage the RO membrane filter. It must be regularly checked and or replaced to prevent premature membrane failure. Reverse Osmosis Membrane (#4) The RO membrane (4) reduces dissolved substances and other microscopic impurities such as asbestos, lead, sodium, and others. It consists of a membrane envelope wound around a perforated tube. Product water diffuses through the membrane to the inside of the envelope where it flows to and is collected by the tube. Impurities are flushed away in the concentrate stream.
The RO membrane featured in the Aqua-Cleer system offers exceptional contaminant rejection, application versatility, and long life. The membrane material is sensitive to an attack by chlorine. The activated carbon filter must be maintained properly to prevent premature failure of the RO membrane. Note: This preservative must be flushed from membrane before use. If ingested it may cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract, colic, diarrhea, or other similar symptoms. The manufacturer recommends discarding all the product water for at least one hour of operation before drinking or use in food preparations. Culligan highly recommends discarding the product water for a full 24 hours to flush the preservative and to properly hydrate the membrane for maximum performance. The flushing procedure is on page 10.
Flow Control Assembly (#7) The flow control assembly or concentrate flow control (7) regulates the flow rate of the flushing (concentrate) stream and to maintain pressure in the RO membrane filter. It is located at the bottom of the reverse osmosis element. The assembly can be adjusted to change the rate of the concentrate stream. The substitution procedure is on page 10.
Note: Changing the flow control voids the NSF listing. Remove the NSF data label from the system if you adjust the flow control. Automatic Shutoff (#8) The automatic shutoff (8) automatically stops the flow of water through the Aqua-Cleer system when the storage tank is full. Storage Tank The storage tank (10) collects and stores the water produced by the RO system. A compressed air diaphragm drives the water to the polishing filter and faucet. The ball valve (11) provides a convenient way to lock water in the tank during transport and filter changes. Polishing Filter The polishing filter (6) adsorbs any residual tastes and odors just before the water is delivered through the faucet.
Culligan Aqua-Cleer Technical Manual
Aqua-Cleer Sentry Monitor This optional monitor (figure 1) accessory (standard on Premier Platinum models) checks the TDS level of the drinking water each time the dispenser faucet is used. A green LED indicator mounted in the faucet signals if the TDS level is below the setpoint, an red signal appears if it is above. Dispenser Faucet (#9) The Aqua-Cleer faucet (9) allows the product water to be drawn from the system with a simple rotation of the handle. It features a built-in siphon break for concentrate discharge as required by most plumbing codes.
To help assure quick and trouble-free installation of the AquaCleer system, the preparation steps should be performed in the dealer facility. Cleanliness is essential in the InPlant Preparation procedure. Be sure to wash your hands thoroughly before handling filters. The use of surgical gloves is strongly recommended.
The Aqua-Cleer system features reliable and convenient push-to-connect (figure 3) tubing connectors. Tubing is easily connected and disconnected from these fittings as follows. Quick-Connect Fitting Insertion & Removal of Plastic or Copper Tubing 1.Simply push in tube to attach. 2.Tube is secured in position. 3. Push in collet from both sides to release tubing.
Connect: Cut the tubing squarely with a sharp knife. Be careful not to crush the tubing. To avoid leaks, make sure the tubing end is smooth and free of burrs and abrasions. Lubricate the end of the tube with water or a light coat of silicone and push the tube end firmly into the fitting. You should feel it push past the O-ring. Avoid bending the tubing sharply away from the fitting. Disconnect: Hold the collar against the fitting body and pull the tube from the fitting. In the unlikely event that the connection leaks, remove and recut the tubing. Check the inside of the fitting for debris or O-ring damage. Reconnect.
Push-to-connect tubing connectors grip the outside diameter of the tube. To help assure a reliable connection, it is important to use high quality tubing with a consistent outside diameter. Culligan recommends that the tubing listed in the Suggested Installation Equipment section of this manual (page 3) be used with the Aqua-Cleer system. Figure 4
Filter Assembly Preparation
Activated Carbon Filter
The activated carbon filter must be thoroughly flushed to remove carbon dust which can plug the manifold or RO membrane. To perform this procedure, it is necessary to use a clean single head cartridge assembly. 1. Install 1/4 tubing to the inlet and outlet of the single head cartridge assembly (figure 4).
Filter System Assembly - The filter system assembly is designed to be mounted on any rigid vertical surface such as a cabinet sidewall, sheetrock in exposed stud. It should be positioned such that there is access to an inlet water source and drain. The installation should also allow convenient access for servicing. Inlet Water Supply Connection - Once a location is chosen for installation of the filter system assembly, select a nearby cold water line to provide the water source for the system. For undersink installations, the cold water faucet line can usually be tapped. Note: Follow all local plumbing codes when connecting to service water.
The Reservoir Tank - Position the reservoir tank near the faucet for optimum customer convenience. The standard and medium reservoir tank will weigh about 28 pounds (13 kg) when full of water, so it must be positioned on a stand or held securely by the optional mounting bracket, PN 01016259 (figure 10). The reservoir operates best in the vertical position, but it will operate on its side.
Drain Connection - The most convenient entry to the drain is directly above the P-trap of the kitchen sink. However, the concentrate water from the system can be connected to adjacent sinks or a floor drain. Extra care should be taken when entering drains near dishwashers or food waste disposals as back flow may occur through the air gap and cause flooding. Note: Follow all local plumbing codes when connecting to service water.
Clear and Prepare Area
Since this product is more likely to be installed within the customers daily living space than other water conditioning products, the installation area should be kept neat and clean. If possible, consult with the customer as to how the installation site is used.
The Aqua-Cleer drinking water faucet was designed by Culligan to compliment the RO drinking water system. Properly installed, it will help to maximize your customers product satisfaction. To simplify its access and installation, we suggest you install the faucet on the rear lip of the sink. It should be evenly positioned with the sink faucet and spray attachment. Should the spray faucet hole not be available for the installation, the sink must be drilled.
Screw Handle Cap Cartridge Housing O-ring Base
Screw Monitor Air Gap O-ring 2 Pcs.
Washer Butterfly Nut Figure 11
1. The faucet will separate from the base with a 1/4 clockwise turn. This will allow for you to do all of the mechanical installation of the faucet from the top of the sink (see figure 11).
2. Center the gasket over the 1-1/4 sink hole. Place the faucet base on top of the gasket and push the toggle bolts through the sink hole. 3. Center the base over the hole with the Culligan logo facing forward and tighten the screws in a clockwise rotation. 4. You may need to use your finger to guide the toggles as you tighten the screws. Once the screws are tightened and seated the base installation is now complete. Caution! Plastic Parts will break if screws are over tightened!
1. At the bottom of the faucet assembly you will find three tubing connections; 2 are barbed and one is a push in type fitting. 2. For the Air gap you will use the 2 barb fittings, the smaller fitting is for the 1/4 tubing and will be connected to the RO system. The larger barb fitting will use the 3/8 tubing and will be connected to the drain. Run some warm water over the end of each tube and push them onto the selected barb fittings. Note: Cut the tubing to be longer than what you will need because you will be able to trim it after you install the faucet assembly. Prepare the tubing with a fresh cut and make sure that it is free of dirt and any foreign materials. 3. Take another length of 3/8 tubing and make sure it is has a fresh cut and is free of foreign materials and any scratches on the outside surface. Install the tubing into the push in type fitting at the base of the faucet. Make certain that it is inserted all the way in; once inserted give it a slight pull to make sure it is locked into the fitting. You have now completed the tubing connections. Note: To disconnect tubing from the product water fitting, hold the collet firmly against fitting body and pull the tube from the fitting. Repeated assembly and disassembly will cause wear to the inner body. Visually inspect for excessive wear and replace the inner body as needed to protect against any leaks. 4. Feed the monitor cable, if used, down through the faucet base. Be sure that all twists are eliminated from the cable.
Many homes are equipped with disposals and dishwashers. Special care must be taken when these appliances are present to prevent improper air gap performance. Home drain plumbing must be free of any blockage since this may cause a backup of dishwasher and disposal waste into the air gap outlet tube and result in improper air gap performance. To perform a simple drain check, fill the sink basin with several inches of water, pull the plug, and observe the drainage. If water backs up into the second sink (if present), or if drainage is slow or there is excessive gurgling, drain blockage may be present.
Undersink drain plumbing usually resembles one of the following descriptions. In all cases, the drain tubing from the air gap (RO outlet) should run downward, free of dips and loops. The air gap outlet must not be connected to the effluent side of the trap. This can vent sewer gas, which will produce foul odors.
Single basin sink without disposal
Connect the RO outlet to the tailpiece directly beneath the sink. If a dishwasher drain connection is present, the RO outlet must be connected above it.
Single basin sink with disposal
Connect the RO outlet to the dishwasher drain port on the disposal if available. If the dishwasher drain port is not available, other arrangements must be made such as running the RO outlet to a basement sump. Do not connect the RO outlet to the plumbing below the disposal.
Double basin sink with disposal, single trap
The fitting which joins the drains from the disposal and second sink should be directional. If not, then Culligan recommends that it be replaced. Connect the RO outlet to the tailpiece just below the second sink. If a dishwasher drain is present and cannot be relocated, the RO outlet must be connected above it. Do not connect the RO outlet to the horizontal plumbing between the two sink drains.
Double basin sink with disposal, double trap
Connect the RO outlet to the tailpiece just below the second sink. If a dishwasher drain is present and cannot be relocated, the RO outlet must be connected above it.
Reservoir Tank Placement
Place the reservoir tank in the location previously selected.
Install Filter System Assembly
The mounting bracket contains three mounting slots. The holes are sized to accept #10 round head wood screws (not supplied). Some types of surfaces such as particle board or drywall, may require the use of plastic screw anchors or toggle bolts to provide adequate support for the unit. Using the mounting bracket as a template, mark the two mounting screw locations (figure 14). Drill a 1/8-inch hole at each mounting screw location.
Thread a wood screw into each of the holes, leave a 1/2-inch space between the screw head and the mounting surface. Hang the bracket on the mounting screws and tighten.
Overall System Check
Turn on the inlet feed water valve and open the tank valve. A complete systems check can be performed when the reservoir tank has been precharged with water. Move the faucet lever to the full open position. A steady stream of product water should be observed if the tank was filled earlier. Make a complete system check and adjust as needed to correct any leaks. Perform a final module check to verify proper product performance. Thoroughly clean up the equipment and the installation site. Run product water through the faucet to flush out any remaining carbon dust from the post filter.
Review Operation With Customer
Review the operation of the Culligan drinking water system with the customer. Explain that the unit will require routine maintenance of the prefilters, reverse osmosis membrane filter, and the polishing filter. Advise the customer how often these items will need to be serviced based on your past experience. Discuss the product and module warranties.
Performance & Technical Information
The performance of the Aqua-Cleer system can be characterized and judged by the quality and quantity of the water produced by the system. By measuring the contaminant removal performance and flow rates of the system, its operating status can be easily evaluated.
Factors Which Affect Performance
Performance of the reverse osmosis membrane is affected by several factors which must be considered when judging the condition of the system. The main factors which affect system performance are pressure, temperature, total dissolved solids level, recovery and pH.
Water pressure affects both the quantity and quality of the water produced by the RO membrane. Generally, the more water pressure, the better the performance of the system. Be careful not to go below 40 psi or exceed 120 psi, the minimum and maximum operating pressure of the Aqua-Cleer system.
The reverse osmosis process slows with decreasing temperature. To compensate, a temperature correction factor is used to adjust the actual performance of the RO membrane filter to the standard temperature of 77F (25C). This allows the performance of the unit to be accurately gauged against Culligans published standards. Temperature does not affect the concentrate flow rate.
Total Dissolved Solids
The minimum driving force which is necessary to stop or reverse the natural osmosis process is termed osmotic pressure. As the total dissolved solids level of the feed water increases, the amount of osmotic pressure increases and acts as back pressure against the reverse osmosis process. Osmotic pressure becomes significant at TDS levels above 500 mg/L (ppm).
Hardness is the most common membrane foulant. If ignored, this relatively harmless component of feed water will scale a membrane over time. Use of a softener will reduce the fouling effect on a membrane. One way to detect too much hardness in the feed water is the weight of a membrane installed for a period of time. A fouled membrane (dried) will weigh significantly more than a new membrane. The increase in weight is a result of precipitated hardness inside the membrane.
Iron is another common membrane foulant. There are a variety of types of iron, some of which cannot be removed by an iron filter. Clear water iron can be removed more effectively by a softener. Particulate iron can be removed more effectively by a 1 micron filter. Organic-bound iron can be removed only by activated carbon or macroporous anion resin. If there is enough iron to exceed the EPA secondary drinking water standard and softening the water is not an option and the iron is soluble, then an iron filter is appropriate. If none of these are an option then regular replacement of membranes will have to be accepted. Note: Increased weight of the RO cartridge may be a foulant other than hardness.
Product Water Recovery
Product water recovery plays an important role in determining membrane and system performance. Recovery refers to the amount of water produced in relation to the amount of water sent to drain. The standard calculation is: % Recovery = Product Water (Product Water + Waste Water) x 100
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The Aqua-Cleer 30 uses a flow control assembly to restrict the flow of waste water to the drain. This restriction helps maintain pressure against the membrane. The sizing of the flow control assembly determines the recovery rating of the system. The Aqua-Cleer -30 is manufactured with a recovery rating designed to be around 25%. Depending on temperature, pressure and tolerances the actual recovery value may be slightly different for each system. For maximum efficiency on most soft water installations the standard flow control assembly can be replaced with a 40% flow control assembly. Adjusting the recovery rating requires replacing the flow control assembly. Refer to the page 10 for a detailed description of steps involved in this modification.
Note: Changing the flow control voids the NSF listing. Remove the NSF data label from the system if you adjust the flow control. When collecting water samples from the manifold, insert a short 2-3 length of tubing into the fitting on the manifold to catch the water sample.
Measuring TDS Levels
This procedure requires the use of a Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) meter (figure 17) (P/N D0-4705-04). On a triple-range meter, always set the instrument on its highest scale and work down until the proper scale is reached. The meter can be damaged if the needle is allowed to run off the scale.
To accurately check RO membrane performance, water samples should be taken directly from the product water outlet on the manifold assembly. Avoid taking samples from the faucet. Measure and record the TDS level of the feed water and product water as follows: Rinse the cell cup twice with water to be tested, then fill to the top.
Press the button on the front of the meter and read the dial for the dissolved solids content of the product water in parts per million (ppm).
Measuring Flow Rates
To measure flow rates, it is necessary to use a graduated cylinder (100 ml suggested), and a watch or stopwatch with a second hand. Measure and record the product and concentrate flow rates as follows: Convert the measured flow rate to gallons per day (gpd) as follows: Collect the water sample directly from the manifold for exactly one minute or exactly two minutes. one minute sample: ml collected x 0.40 conversion = gpd two minute sample: ml collected x 0.20 conversion = gpd
Use a thermometer to measure the temperature of the product water. It is most convenient to take this reading when the product water flow rate is checked.
Checking System Performance
The following procedure is summarized on the Performance Worksheet printed on the last page of this manual. It details the measurement and evaluation of the key aspects of Aqua-Cleer system performance: Quality of water produced Efficiency of operation Quantity of water produced and stored
This procedure should be used to evaluate and record the performance of a new system and to check the performance of an operational system. The results of the new system performance evaluation should be retained as a benchmark of system performance in the years to come.
Measure and record the TDS level of both the product water and the feed water. Calculate the percent removal of TDS as follows: Removal = (Feed Water TDS - Product Water TDS) x 100% (Feed Water TDS)
As an example, consider a system which is producing 50 mg/L product water from a 1000 mg/L source: [(1000 - 50) 1000] x 100% = 95% Removal
1/4 Tubing to Drain Faucet Airgap Booster Pump
Tubing from Faucet Airgap - 3/8 Tubing Ball Valve 3/8 Tubing to Faucet Product Port
Post Filter Tank
Tubing from Faucet Airgap - 3/8 Tubing
1/4 Tubing to Cold Water Supply Faucet Airgap To Bottom Of RO Cartridge
Booster Feedline 1/4 Tubing Pump
3/8 Tubing to Post Filter Faucet Product Port
1/4 Tubing to Faucet Airgap Booster
Installation of permeate pump (Figure 20)
You can also use the Culligan Permeate Pump (01-0161-83) to increase the pressure inside the storage tank. Installing this non-electric pump in the RO system will increase the pressure inside the tank up to 90% of the incoming water pressure. For example at 80 psi house pressure a standard system would pressurize the tank to 53 psi (80 x 0.67), with a permeate pump that pressure would be closer to 72 psi. This is a low cost alternative that has the potential to meet the application requirements.
Pump To Bottom Of RO Cartridge
Post Filter Drain
1/4 Tubing to Faucet Airgap
Faucet Product Port Cold Water Supply Tubing from Faucet Airgap - 3/8 Tubing Permeate Pump
3/8 Tubing to
Ball Valve Feedline 1/4 Tubing
Tubing3/8 Tubing to from Faucet Faucet Product Port Airgap - 3/8 Tubing
To Bottom RO Cartridge Performance &OfTechnical Information 27
3/8 Tubing to Faucet Product Port Permeate Pump Ball Valve
2 Gallon Tank Pressure vs. Drawdown @ 50psi and 65psi Starting Product Pressure
0.00 5psi 10psi 5psi 10psi
3 Gallon Tank Pressure vs. Drawdown @50psi and 65psi Starting Product Pressure
0 0.13 0.26 0.53 0.79 1.06 1.32 1.45 1.59 1.72 1.98 2.25 Gallons 5psi 5psi 10psi 10psi
9 Gallon Tank Pressure vs. Drawdown Both @ 10psi Pre-Charge
0 0.53 1.06 1.59 2.11 2.64 3.17 Gallons 3.70 4.23 4.76 5.28 5.81 6.psi Tank Pressure 50 psi Tank Pressure
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Service & Maintenance
To keep the Aqua-Cleer system operating properly, it is necessary to change the filters and sanitize the system periodically. Typically, this should be done on an annual basis. Service frequency may vary depending on local water conditions. High sediment, chlorine, turbidity, or hardness levels may require more frequent service. Use the following as a guide.
Manifold Assm., 6 PK O-Ring 1/4, 25 PK Collar, 1/4, 25 PK Push-in Elbow 1/4, 10 PK O-Ring 3/8, 25 PK Collar, 3/8, 25 PK Push-in Elbow 3/8, 10 PK O-Ring, 50 PK Flow Control Assembly, 30 GPD, 10 PK (Red) Flow Control Assembly, 50 GPD, 10 PK (Black) Flow Control Assembly (50% Recovery), 30 GPD, 10 PK (Green) Flow Control Assembly (50% Recovery), 30 GPD, 10 PK (Yellow) Flow Control Assembly (25% Recovery), 30 GPD, 10 PK (Orange) Flow Control Assembly (25% Recovery), NanoFilter and 50 GPD, 10 PK (White) Particle Filter Element, SED1, 12 PK Particle Filter Element, SED2, 12 PK Particle Filter Element, SED3, 12 PK Granular Carbon Prefilter, 12 PK Carbon Block Prefilter, 12 PK RO Module, 30 GPD, 12 PK RO Module, 50 GPD, 12 PK RO Module, Nanofilter, 12 PK* Total Defense Cartridge (VOC Reduction), 12 PK Check Valve Assembly, 10 PK Front Clip, 10 PK Rear Clip, 10 PK
P0-4021-96 P1-0043-22 P1-0043-21 P1-0043-20
Screw #10.9 X 1.00 Phil. Pan Head, 50 PK O-Ring Large ASV, 10 PK O-Ring Medium ASV, 10 PK O-Ring Small ASV, 10 PK
01-0205-30 01-0184-01 01-0084-02 01-0186-07 01-0184-68
Shutoff Cap Assm. (Includes Items 22, 23, 24, 25, 26), 10 PK Faucet, Chrome, Non-Electric Faucet, White, Non-Electric Faucet, Brushed Nickel, NonElectric Faucet, Chrome, Electric Faucet, White, Electric Faucet, Brushed Nickel, Electric GAC Carbon Post Filter 10 Pk GAC Carbon Post Filter 50 Pk Carbon Block Post Filter 10 Pk Carbon Block Post Filter 50Pk Mounting Clip, Polishing Filter Plastic Ball Valve,.25 NPTFemale X.375 J. G. Storage Tank (2 Gallon) Storage Tank (3 Gallon) Storage Tank (9 Gallon) Storage Tank Stand, Plastic Tubing, - 1/4 O.D. Tubing -3/8 O.D. Aqua-Cleer Sentry Monitor Tee 3/8 x 3/8 x 3/8 Storage Tank Bracket, Steel Gallon Tank, 3 PK Storage Tank Bracket, Steel Gallon Tank, 3 PK Icemaker Tee, 3/8x3/8x1/4 Sanitation Cartridge, 6 PK Single Head Assembly, 6 PK Bypass Cartridge, 12 PK
01-0084-69 01-0186-P1-0042-91 01-0047-68 01-0146-12 01-0146-13 * 01-0107-48 01-0045-50 01-0050-95 01-0047-76 01-0047-65 01-0100-64 * * 00-4021-84 01-0002-87 01-0196-19 P1-0047-15 P1-0060-26 P1-0040-61 P1-0047-28 P1-0202-77 P1-0203-92 P1-0202-79 * *
PP1-0202-58 P1-0202-60 P1-0202-15 P1-0202-64 P1-0202-66 P1-0202-68 P1-0202-70 P1-0202-71 P1-0202-P1-0205-25 P1-0205-26 P1-0205-28
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