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SGLP100-CL

SGLP200-CL

SGLP200-CL-BP

3M

TM

 Water Filtration Products

Installation and Operating Instructions  

for SGLP100-CL, SGLP200-CL and SGLP200-CL-BP 

REVERSE OSMOSIS FILTRATION SYSTEMS

 


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Intended Use Statement: 
SGLP100-CL, SGLP200-CL and SGLP200-CL-BP are intended for use in filtering potable water and 
have not been evaluated for other uses. The products are installed at the point of use and must be 
installed as specified in the installation instruction by a qualified professional.

WARNING

Read entire manual. Failure to follow all guides and rules could cause personal injury or 

property damage. 
•  Check with your local public works department for plumbing codes. You must follow their 

guidelines as you install the Water Filtration system.

•  Your Water Filtration system will withstand up to 125 pounds per square inch (psi) water 

pressure. If your water supply pressure is higher than 80 psi, install a pressure reducing valve 
before installing the Water Filtration system.

To reduce the risk associated with choking: 
•  DO NOT allow children under 3 years of age to have access to small parts during the installation 

of this product.

To reduce the risk associated with the ingestion of contaminants: 
•  DO NOT use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate 

disinfection before or after the system. 

To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to an installer drilling through 

existing electric wiring or water pipes in the area of installation:
•  DO NOT install near electric wiring or piping which may be in path of a drilling tool when 

selecting the position to mount the filter bracket.

NOTICE 

To reduce the risk associated with property damage due to water leakage or flooding:
•  Read and follow Use Instructions before installation and use of this system.
•  Change the disposable pre-filter at the recommended interval; the disposable pre-filter MUST be 

replaced every 12 months or sooner. 

•  Change the disposable filter RO membrane at the recommended interval; the disposable filter 

RO membrane MUST be replaced every 24 months or sooner. 

•  Failure to replace the disposable pre-filter and disposable RO membrane at recommended 

intervals may lead to reduced filter performance and failure of the filter, causing property 
damage from water leakage or flooding.

•  Installation and use MUST comply with all state and local plumbing codes.
•  Protect from freezing, remove filter cartridge when temperatures are expected to drop below 

33°F (4.4°C).

•  DO NOT install systems in areas where ambient temperatures may go above 110°F (43.3°C).
•  DO NOT install on hot water supply lines. The maximum operating water temperature of this 

filter system is 100°F (37.8°C).

•  DO NOT install if water pressure exceeds 125 psi (862 kPa). If your water pressure exceeds 80 

psi (552 kPa), you must install a pressure limiting valve. Contact a plumbing professional if you 
are uncertain how to check your water pressure.

•  DO NOT install where water hammer conditions may occur. If water hammer conditions exist 

you must install a water hammer arrester. Contact a plumbing professional if you are uncertain 
how to check for this condition.

•  Where a backflow prevention device is installed on a water system, a device for controlling 

pressure due to thermal expansion MUST be installed. Contact a plumbing professional if 
you are uncertain how to select/install/maintain a thermal expansion device.

 


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•  Where a booster pump is installed on a water system, you MUST maintain and inspect the 

attached pressure switch regularly in accordance with the booster pump manufacturer’s 
instructions. Contact a plumbing professional if you are uncertain how to maintain your 
booster pump system.

•  Where a booster pump is installed on a water system, you MUST install an appropriate 

pressure relief valve. Pressure relief valve must be maintained and inspected every 6 
months. Contact a plumbing professional if you are uncertain how select/install/maintain a 
pressure relief valve.

•  Where a booster pump is installed on a water system, you MUST install an appropriate 

pressure regulating valve and regulate water pressure to <80 psi. Contact a plumbing 
professional if you are uncertain how select/install/maintain a pressure regulating valve.

•  DO NOT install in direct sunlight or outdoors.
•  DO NOT install near water pipes which will be in path of a drilling tool when selecting the 

position to mount the bracket.

•  Mount filter in such a position as to prevent it from being struck by other items used in the 

area of installation.

•  Ensure that the location and fasteners will support the weight of the system when installed 

and full of water.

•  Ensure all tubing and fittings are secure and free of leaks.

FEEDWATER PARAMETERS

These systems are intended for use on feedwater meeting the following parameters. 
Be sure to confirm that the feedwater falls within the limits shown below. If you’re not sure if this has been done, 
check with your distributor before installing the system.

Feedwater Parameters:
Feed TDS  . . . . . . . . . Up to 2,000 ppm (mg/L)
Hardness* . . . . . . . . . . <10 grains (171 mg/L)
Iron (Fe)   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . <0.1 mg/L
Hydrogen Sulfide   . . . . . . . . . . none allowable
Feed pH  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
Free chlorine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . <2 mg/L
Manganese (Mn) . . . . . . . . . . . . . <0.05 mg/L
Turbidity  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .<5 NTU

For areas with high dirt/sediment in incoming water, HF60-CL or HF90-CL pre-filter is recommended.

NOTE: For waters over 10 grain hard, a 3M water softener is recommended for pretreatment. Consult 3M technical services for correct sizing.

For areas with incoming pressure less than 60 psi an external Booster Pump is required.

Pressure  . . . . . . 60-125 psi (4.12 - 8.62 KPA)
Temperature  . . . . . . . . . .40-100°F (4.4-38°C)

 


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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Model Number

Part Number

Description 

Capacity

2

 

SGLP100-CL 

5636201 

Reverse Osmosis System 

100 gpd (379 lpd)

CFS M

5625004 

RO Membrane 

100 gpd (379 lpd)

HF65-CL 

5628902 

Pre-Filter

15,000 gallons (56,781 
liters) at 1 gpm (3.81 lpm)

SGLP200-CL 

5636202 

Reverse Osmosis System 

200 gpd (757 lpd)

SGLP200-CL-BP

5636203

Reverse Osmosis System  
w/bypass

200 gpd (757 lpd)

SGLP Bypass 
(sold separately)

50-94201 

SGLP Bypass Kit 

N/A 

2

 RO production rates listed are at a water pressure and temperature of 50 PSI and 77°F producing water at atmosphere.

PARTS LIST

THE FOLLOWING PARTS ARE INCLUDED WITH THE SGLP100-CL, SGLP200-CL and SGLP200-CL-BP REVERSE 
OSMOSIS WATER FILTRATION SYSTEMS. PLEASE UNPACK THE CONTENTS FROM THE PRODUCT BOX AND 
CHECK TO VERIFY THAT ALL OF THE PARTS LISTED BELOW ARE INCLUDED. SHOULD ANY PARTS BE MISSING, 
PLEASE CONTACT 3M PURIFICATION INC. AT 866.990.9785.

QTY

DESCRIPTION

1

(A) RO Assembly (includes manifold and tank)

1

(B) HF65-CL Pre-filter cartridge

1

(C) Reverse Osmosis Membrane  
(Qty of 2 in SGLP200-CL and SGLP200-CL-BP)

1

(D) Cleaning Bypass Assy.  
(Model SGLP200-CL-BP only)

A

B

C

C

D

 


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PLUMBING CONNECTIONS

Note: The SGLP100-CL, SGLP200-CL and SGLP200-CL-BP Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System requires a 
minimum 60 psi inlet water pressure. If inlet water pressure is less than 60 psi, a water booster pump may be 
required depending on the minimum delivery pressure requirements of the downstream equipment. Refer to 
Figure 1 for proper tubing connections.
All connections are made with “Push-In” connectors. Refer to Figure 2 on the use of “Push-In” plastic fittings. Use 
care in routing the tubing to ensure that there are no bends or kinks.
1.  Shut off water supply and water booster pump (if applicable). Water supply line to RO must be 3/8” tubing.
2.  Insert one end of the 1/2” tubing in the inlet port of the RO system.
3.  Run 3/8” tubing (not included) from the RO outlet to the inlet of the Foodservice Equipment. See Figure 1.
4.  Run a 3/8” tubing (not included) from the “Brine Out” port of the permeate pump to the drain.
5a. For SGLP100-CL, ensure that the blue flow control is securely pushed into 1/4” tubing (one end of which is 

connected to the “brine in” port of the permeate pump). Insert the other end of that 1/4” tubing with the flow 
control at the bottom of the RO Membrane cartridge. 

5b. For SGLP200-CL and SGLP200-CL-BP, ensure that the blue flowcontrol is securely pushed into 1/4” tubing (one 

end of which is connected to the “brine in” port of the permeate pump). Insert the other end of that 1/4” tubing 
with the flow control at the bottom of the RIGHT-side RO Membrane cartridge. Also, insert the 1/4” tubing from 
right-side RO-head at the bottom port of the LEFT-side RO Membrane cartridge.

 

 

MOUNTING

1.  See page 11, Figure 5 for mounting dimensions.
2.  Install mounting screws (not included) into the wall or mounting surface as noted in Figure 5. Be sure to leave a 

1/8” to 1/4” space between the bottom of the screw head and the wall so that the bracket can be hung.  
NOTE: Mounting hardware must be capable of supporting a minimum of 50 lbs (22.7 kg).

3.  Hang the Bracket/Tank Assembly from the mounting screws.
4.  Once the bracket is hung, tighten the mounting screws so that the bracket is snug between the screw and the wall. 

Note: Make sure that the bracket is securely mounted to a wall stud or other appropriate wall structure.

 


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To Drain

Outlet

To Equipment

Water Inlet

Inlet

Optional Service Loop

Water Valve

(not included)

Water

Sample Valve

Tank Shut-Off

Valve

IF INSTALLING CLEANING BYPASS, PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 13

Water Valve

(not included)

Water Valve

(not included)

SGLP100-CL

Printed Colors – Front:

Requester:  Susan Barker
Creator: deZinnia_18965
File Name: 18965_Figure2.ai
Structure #:  Illustration  
Date: 07/13/15

This artwork has been created as requested by 3M. 3M is responsible for the artwork 
AS APPROVED and assumes full responsibility for its correctness.

Scale:

1 Inch

To Drain

Outlet

To Equipment

Water Inlet

Inlet

Optional Service Loop

Water Valve

(not included)

Water

Sample Valve

Tank Shut-Off

Valve

IF INSTALLING CLEANING BYPASS, PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 13

Water Valve

(not included)

Water Valve

(not included)

SGLP200-CL and SGLP200-CL-BP

Figure 1

 


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NOTICE
To reduce the risk associated with water leakage or flooding:
• Change the disposable pre-filter at the recommended interval; the disposable pre-filter MUST be replaced 

every 12 months or sooner.

• Change the disposable filter RO membrane at the recommended interval; the disposable RO membrane MUST 

be replaced every 24 months or sooner.

• Failure to replace the disposable pre-filter and RO membrane at recommended intervals may lead to reduced 

filter performance and failure of the filter, causing property damage from water leakage or flooding.

This product is outfitted with user friendly ‘Push In’ connectors. Proper use of the connectors is shown in the 
diagrams. It is most important that the tubing selected for use with these connectors be of high quality, exact size 
and roundness, and with no surface nicks or scratches. If it is necessary to cut the tubing, use a plastic tubing cutter 
or sharp razor knife. Make a clean square cut.
Should a leak occur at a ‘Push-In’ connector, the cause is usually a problem with the tubing.

To Fix: 

1. Relieve pressure. 
4. Reattach tubing

2. Release tubing 
5. Confirm connection is leak free

3. Cut off at least 1/4”from end

HOW TO USE ‘PUSH-IN’ FITTING

SYSTEM START-UP

1.  Remove the pre-filter cartridge from its packaging. Remove the red cap from the cartridge and moisten the 

o-rings with water. Insert the cartridge into the filter head. Then, turn the cartridge 1/4 turn to the right.

2a.  For SGLP100-CL, remove the red cap from the RO-membrane cartridge and moisten the o-rings with water. 

Insert the cartridge into the filter head. Then, turn the cartridge 1/4 turn to the right.

2b.  For SGLP200-CL and SGLP200-CL-BP, remove the red caps from both the RO-membrane cartridges and moisten 

the o-rings with water. Insert the RO-membrane cartridges into the filter heads. Ensure that the RO-cartridge 
with the blue-control is inserted into the RIGHT-side head, while the other RO-membrane cartridge is inserted 
into the LEFT-side head. Turn both the RO-membrane cartridges 1/4 turn to the right.

3.  Check that all plumbing connections are secure.
4.  Open the tank shut-off valve. Turn on the incoming water supply or beverage booster pump (if applicable) and 

check the system for leaks. If any leaks are noted, turn off the water supply and/or booster pump and correct 
the leak before proceeding. If a leak is detected at a push-in fitting, refer to Figure 2.

5.  Open downstream valve (not included) and let water run through the RO to drain for 10 minutes.
6.  Close sample valve.
7.  Allow tank to fill (Approximately 60 minutes).
8.  Open Water Sample Valve outlet to drain. Empty tank. Water flowing from tank will reduce to a fast drip when 

tank is empty.

9.  Allow product water to run to drain for 24 hours.
10.  Close sample valve and allow the tank to fill (Approximately 60 minutes).
11.  System is now ready for use.

Figure 2

1

Push in collet to release tubing.

2

Tubing is secured in.

Grey Collet 

Tube O-Ring

1

Pull tubing straight out.

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Membrane (Replace every 24 months)
1.  Close tank shut-off and inlet valves.
2.  Turn used RO membrane cartridge 1/4 turn to the left.
3.  Pull down on cartridge.
4.  Remove the tubing from the fitting (refer to Figure 4).
5.  Discard used cartridge.
6.  Remove red cap from new membrane and moisten the o-ring with water.
7.  Remove the plug from the RO membrane.
8.  Insert the tubing from Step 4 into the new RO membrane. Ensure the blue flow control is properly pushed into  

the tubing.

9.  Insert new cartridge into the filter head. Be sure that the ears on the cartridge line up with the spaces in the head.
10.  Turn new cartridge 1/4 turn to the right.
11.  Repeat steps 5-12 from System start-up.

Remove the tubing from

the fitting before completely

removing the RO membrane

CARTRIDGE & RO MEMBRANE CHANGE INSTRUCTIONS

Pre-filter Cartridge (Replace every 12 months)
1.  Close tank shut-off.
2.  Turn used pre-filter cartridge 1/4 turn to the left.
3.  Pull down on cartridge.
4.  Discard used cartridge.
5.  Remove red cap from new cartridge and moisten the o-ring with water.
6.  Insert new cartridge into the filter head.
7.  Turn new cartridge 1/4 turn to the right.
8.  Open tank shut-off and inlet valves.
9.  Check for leaks.

Figure 4

 


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CHECK TANK PRESSURE

WHEN: Yearly

TOOLS:
Piece of 3/8” tubing OR Bucket
Bicycle or tire pressure gauge
Bicycle tire pump

1.  Drain water from the storage tank.

a.  Shut off the inlet water supply by removing the pre-filter or water booster system if applicable.
b.  Make sure the tank shut-off valve located at the top of the water tank is open.
c.  Attach a piece of tubing (not included) from the water sample valve to drain OR use a bucket to catch water 

from the water sample valve.

d.  Open the water sample valve and drain the tank until empty. Leave water sample valve open.

2.  Unscrew the cap on the side of the tank to expose the Schrader™ Air Valve.

3.  Using a standard bicycle or automobile tire pressure gauge that is capable of reading pressure accurately from 

0-10 psi. Connect the air pressure gauge to the Schrader Air Valve on the water tank.

4.  Read the tank’s air pressure.

5.  The air pressure should be between 8 and 10 psi.

6.  If the air pressure is below 8 psi or above 10 psi complete the following steps.

a.  Using a standard bicycle pump add or release air pressure in the tank.
b.  Repeat Steps 4-5 until the pressure is 8-10 psi.
c.  Make sure the blue cap is replaced on the air pressure port.

7.  Close the water sample valve.

8.  Turn on the inlet water valve and/or booster system (if applicable).

9.  Allow 60 minutes for tank to fill before operating equipment.

 


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Product Dimensions (Figure 4)

Part Number

Description

5625004

RO Membrane Cartridge

5628902

HF65-CL Pre-filter

89-1331202

Permeate-pump

99-103301

Flow control

96-410502

Regulator, 80 psi

60-931401

Automatic Shut-off Valve

56-12301

Tank

60-235280

Tank Shut-off Valve

Contact dealer for replacement parts

Storage Tank and RO System Sanitizing Instructions:
Important Note: Tanks should be sanitized every two years or if RO is out of service for an extended period of time.
Sanitizing the storage tank requires:
•  Common household bleach (5.25% non-scented) or sanitizing agent
•  Eye dropper or plastic oral syringe
a.)  Turn off incoming water supply.
b.)  Disconnect the 1/4” line from marked “Tank Outlet” to pressure tank.
c.)  Insert 15ml (0.5 ounces) of bleach or sanitizing agent into 1/4” line to pressure tank.
d.)  Reconnect the 1/4” line to pressure tank.
e.)  Turn ON the feedwater supply.
f.)  Wait 4-5 hours.
g.)  Open pressure tank sample valve and empty tank to drain.
h.)  Sanitizing is now complete.
i.)  If there is any residual chlorine/bleach taste in the next tank full, drain tank completely a second time.

Replacement Parts

A

XX/XX/15

DA

FIRST RELEASE, ECN 16195

PRELIMINARY

FIGURE 1

ISOMETRIC VIEW

38

37

ISOMETRIC VIEW

39

40

35

36

32

43

42

33

2X

41

34

FIGURE 1

EXPLODED

31

FIGURE 1

VIEW OF MOUNTING HOLES

2X

(10 1/2")

 4X ( 3/8") 

 4X (5/8") 

2X

 4X (3/4") 

(9")

 4X (1/4") 

2X

CENTRALLY LOCATE 

AS SHOWN

REVISIONS

DESCRIPTION

LTR

DATE APPROVED

BY

ISSUED:

SIZE CODE IDENT. NO.

DRAWING NO.

D 15472

SCALE:DO NOT SCALE

D.Apicella

SHEET: 1 OF 2

56362

DATE

APRVD

CHECKED

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:

DATE

FORM NO.  ENG 132 0110

04/21/15

DRAWN

SYSTEM, SGLPX00-CL

 BREAK EDGES  - - - - - -    

MODEL: 56362

 MACHINED SURFACES - - - - 

3M Purification Inc.

 12 7/8" 

 16 1/2" 

44

 22 5/8" 

 3" 

1. DESIGN PRESSURE: 125 PSIG 

    DESIGN TEMPERATURE: 100°F MAX. 
2. ALL MATERIAL USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THIS ASSEMBLY THAT CONTACT POTABLE 

    WATER SHALL BE FDA, CFR 21 AND/OR NSF COMPLIANT. 
3. APPLY PTFE TAPE TO ALL THREADED CONNECTIONS PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY. 
4. DIMENSIONS ENCLOSED WITHIN PARENTHESES ( ) ARE REFERENCE VALUES AND DO NOT 

    REQUIRE INSPECTION.

 

5636203  SGLP200-CL-BP 

W/AUTOBYPASS KIT 

5636202 SGLP200-CL  2   

5636201 SGLP100-CL  1   

PART NO.

MODEL NO. 

FIGURE  REMARKS 

THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS PROPRIETARY, CONFIDENTIAL,

AND/OR PRIVILEGED INFORMATION WHICH IS THE PROPERTY

OF 3M PURIFICATION INC. OR ITS DESIGNATED ENTITY AND IS

SUBMITTED FOR USE ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH PROPOSED

OR AUTHORIZED WORK. THE INFORMATION ON THIS

DOCUMENT SHALL NOT BE USED, COPIED, DISCLOSED,

DISSEMINATED OR DISTRIBUTED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT

AND THIS DOCUMENT AND ALL COPIES SHALL BE RETURNED

UPON REQUEST. 

© 2015, 3M COMPANY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 

XX/XX/15

DA

FIRST RELEASE, ECN 16195

A

PRELIMINARY

FIGURE 2

SAME AS FIGURE 1

EXCEPT AS SHOWN

3M Purification Inc.

BY

04/21/15

D.Apicella

SYSTEM, SGLPX00-CL

SIZE CODE IDENT. NO.

DRAWING NO.

D 15472

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:

 BREAK EDGES  - - - - - -    

APRVD

ISSUED:

DATE

 MACHINED SURFACES - - - - 

CHECKED

APPROVED

SHEET: 2 OF 2

DATE

LTR

56362

DATE

DESCRIPTION

MODEL: 56362

FORM NO.  ENG 132 0110

REVISIONS

DRAWN

SCALE:DO NOT SCALE

33

2X

39

2X

41

32

40

2X

42

FIGURE 2

EXPLODED

34

35

36

37

ISOMETRIC VIEW

38

43

44

31

FIGURE 2

ISOMETRIC VIEW

THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS PROPRIETARY, CONFIDENTIAL,

AND/OR PRIVILEGED INFORMATION WHICH IS THE PROPERTY

OF 3M PURIFICATION INC. OR ITS DESIGNATED ENTITY AND IS

SUBMITTED FOR USE ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH PROPOSED

OR AUTHORIZED WORK. THE INFORMATION ON THIS

DOCUMENT SHALL NOT BE USED, COPIED, DISCLOSED,

DISSEMINATED OR DISTRIBUTED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT

AND THIS DOCUMENT AND ALL COPIES SHALL BE RETURNED

UPON REQUEST. 

© 2015, 3M COMPANY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 

12 7/8”

 


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Troubleshooting Guide

Problem

Cause

Solution

Notes

Unit never produces 

RO water/only provides 

bypass water

Low Feed Water Pressure

Repair existing Booster 

Pump

Contact Dealer

Add Water Booster Pump

Only if Booster Pump is not 

installed.

Unit Runs Low  

or Out of Water

Low Feed Water Pressure

Repair Existing Booster 

Pump / System  

(If Applicable) 

Contact Dealer

Add Water Booster Pump

Only if Beverage Booster 

System is not installed

RO Membrane Fouled

Replace RO Membrane

Feed Water Pressure, 

Temperature, RO 

Membrane Flow Rate 

should be checked before 

replacing Membrane

Storage Tank Air Charge 

is Low

Drain Tank using Sample 

Valve, with Sample Valve 

Open, Pump Up Air Charge, 

8 to 10 psi, Close Sample 

Valve

Unscrew Blue Cap to 

Access Schrader Air Valve

Pre-Filter is Plugged by 

Sediment (Particles)

Replace Pre-Filter

A more frequent pre-filter 

change-out schedule may 

be needed or use  

HF60-CL or HF90-CL for 

high sediment load area

Slow Leak In the 

Distribution Line

Repair Leak

The unit produces water 

slowly. A dripping leak 

can prevent the tank from 

filling

Unit Never Shuts Off 

(Continually Runs to 

Drain)

RO Membrane Partially 

Fouled, Unit cannot produce 

enough water to keep up 

with demand

Replace RO Membrane

High levels of hardness 

minerals may be present 

in feed water, monitor 

reject flow for plugging, 

contact dealer to add a 

water softener

Product water check valve, 

within the RO Membrane 

allowed storage tank to 

flow backwards to drain

Check Reject Water flow 

to drain in the morning. 

Unit should be off and 

no flow to drain. If flow 

to drain exists, turn off 

the feed water valve and 

check for flow to drain in 

10 minutes. If flow to drain 

remains steady, replace 

RO Membrane.

Reject Water flow to drain 

should stop when the feed 

water valve is off.

 


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CODE INDENT. NO.:

DO NOT SCALE HARD COPY DRAWINGS

THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION

mm

INCH

X

.X

.XX

.XXX

DWG

SIZE

CHECKED

TITLE

SHEET

DOCUMENT  NUMBER

REV

DRAWN

NAMES

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.

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THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS PROPRIETARY, CONFIDENTIAL, AND/OR PRIVILEGED INFORMATION

WHICH IS THE PROPERTY OF 3M PURIFICATION INC. OR ITS DESIGNATED ENTITY AND IS SUBMITTED

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LIMITED WARRANTY

Product Use: Many factors beyond 3M’s control and uniquely within user’s knowledge and 
control can affect the use and performance of a 3M product in a particular application. Given 
the variety of factors that can affect the use and performance of a 3M product, user is solely 
responsible for evaluating the 3M product and determining whether it is fit for a particular 
purpose and suitable for user’s method of application.  
Warranty, Limited Remedy, and Disclaimer: 3M warrants that this product (excluding filter 
cartridge or filter membrane) will be free from defects in material and manufacture for the 
period of (1) year from the date of purchase. The filter cartridge or membrane is warranted to 
be free from defects in material and manufacture for one (1) year. No warranty is given as to 
the service life of any filter cartridge or membrane as it will vary with local water conditions 
and water consumption. 3M MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS 
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR CONDITION OF 
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY 
OR CONDITION ARISING OUT OF A COURSE OF DEALING, CUSTOM OR USAGE OF TRADE. This 
warranty does not cover labor.  If the 3M product does not conform to this warranty, then the 
sole and exclusive remedy is, at 3M’s option, replacement of the 3M product or refund of the 
purchase price.  
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which may vary from 
state to state, or country to country. For any warranty questions, please call 866.990.9785 or 
mail your request to: Warranty Claims, 3M Purification Inc., 400 Research Parkway, Meriden, CT 
06450. Proof of purchase (original sales receipt) must accompany the warranty claim, along with 
a complete description of the Product, model number and alleged defect.
Limitation of Liability:  Except where prohibited by law, 3M will not be liable for any loss 
or damage arising from the 3M product, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental or 
consequential, regardless of the legal theory asserted, including warranty, contract, negligence or 
strict liability.

 


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3M Purification Inc.

400 Research Parkway

Meriden, CT 06450 USA
Toll Free: 866.990.9785

Worldwide: 203.237.5541

Fax: 203.238.8701

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