This is the complete partially-assembled village facility filter with the regulator.
- Always safe water — 0.1-micron absolute water filter. It eliminates bacteria, protozoa, and cysts to 99.99999% (Log 7) potable water. The removal of bacteria and protozoa is at a higher “log” rate than the EPA standard. Also removes 00.1% (Log 2) of viruses.
- Simple to use — Set the valves for water flow and clean and sage water is there. Easily change the valve settings to backflush as needed.
- Simple to install — Attach the unit after your tank, cistern, or municipal water source to provide point-of-use clean and safe water.
- Fast Flow — Can supply more than 50,000 liters of water per day. At 40 psi the rate of flow is 32 Liters / Minute; works from simple gravity pressure or external pumps as volume needs require.
- Simple Maintenance — Backflush regularly with easy valve changes – always backflushes with clean water because of the duel filter design.
- Long Lasting — With proper maintenance, it can last many years without the need for replacement parts or cartridges
- Saves Time: Fast flow rate for clean and safe water for the entire school, clinic, home, or any other facility
- Saves Money: No more boiling water for all the school kids or buying water for the patrons of your facility – one-tenth the price of larger RO systems that take out all the nutrients in the water for kids growth and health.
When requesting a quote simply mention which of these optional variations you’d be most interested in.
VF500 or the VF501
With or without a pressure regulator. The pressure regulator is only needed when the incoming water supply is or can be greater than 12 PSI.
VF502 or the VF503
Same as above without the PVC pipes or fittings. With or without a pressure regulator
VF504 or the VF505
Same as above without the valves. With or without a pressure regulator
VF506 or the VF507
Same as above without the pre-filter. With or without a pressure regulator
We do offer the VF500 parts individually. Below you’ll find the SKUs for the parts just mention them when requesting a quote.