1/4" Aquatec 8800 Booster Pump Kit

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Aquatec 8800 Booster Pump Kit 1/4"
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1/4" Aquatec 8800 Booster Pump Kit

SKU: 200216
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  • Fantastic By on 10/11/2017

    I moved and now run off well water. PSI was 25-30. Eating DI resin like crazy. Bought this pump and has solved my problems. PSI shot up to 90. Easy installation.
  • Worth every penny spent By on 8/6/2017

    Even with 60 PSI coming out of the water tap this pump helps with the creation rate and rejection rate.

    Installation was simple and it is quiet.

    Plus it looks whoopie hanging on the wall as part of the entire system. (what can I, say I am a geek who likes toys...lol)
  • Better RO Water Quality By on 6/4/2017

    Installed in 20 minutes thanks to the video and enclosed instructions. It is producing more water than without it, in the same amount of time. After installing the pump the PO4 reading went from .02 to .01. A 50% reduction. My input pressure went from 40psi to 74psi. I have not made any adjustments to the factory settings.
  • Works great! By on 5/25/2017

    Installed a RO system for my well water. The water pressure was not enough to make ice in my refrigerator. I install this 8800 booster pump and WOW! No more ice problems. The pump is heavy and alittle noisy but sounds industrial (good quality). Would be good if you could recommend a cheap fix to silence this heavy duty pump.
  • What a water saver By on 3/23/2017

    Before getting the booster I could make 30 gallons of RO/DI water in 36 hours on my 35-40 psi supply. After the booster I can make 30 gallons in 7 hours. I'm now adding the second RO membrane system to get more water without wasting so much water. I'm in AZ and water is important here!
  • Nice pump By on 2/24/2017

    Since purchasing my BRS RO/DI system I've been somewhat plagued with low water pressure in the system. Usually I see about 45psig, which is pretty marginal so I purchased the booster pump. It makes a big difference! My psig shot up to 90. The pump is easily adjusted with a small hex wrench and I set mine at 80psig. Water flow is very strong now. I mounted the pump on the wall just below my RO/DI setup. Took maybe 20 minutes to install everything. Well satisfied.
  • Needed adjustment, but works great otherwise By on 2/23/2017

    The pump itself arrived only putting out 60psi, which was practically useless for $150. The pressure switch cut off was only at 40psi as well. Thankfully I figured out how to adjust them, so now the pump puts out 90psi against the RO membrane and the pressure switch cuts out at 70psi on the tank side.

    Working great so far, the power supply and pump itself is quite heavy and feels quality. Only complaint is the vibration is audible across the house, but I'm sure some anti-vibration rubber mounts will help. Also one of the brackets for the pump came broken, so it only has 3 mounting holes on mine, not 4.
  • Works great By on 2/14/2017

    I had a boosted pump that really didn't do the job. So I lost hope.than Aquatec 8800 was popping up all over the web.after reading the reviews, I decide to give it a try..well as you read above this pump does everything you need it to do. Save waste water pump out cleaner RO water faster and no Nosie. VERY HAPPY with this pump.
  • Awesome By on 1/14/2017

    Allows your RO/DI system to run at the recommended PSI instead of whatever your water pressure is from the city. Shutdown switch works great. Setup and mounting the pump is simple.
  • Aquatec Booster Pump By on 1/7/2017

    I'm kicking myself for not purchasing this before. In all my years of reefing, this has got to be one of the best additions I have ever made. Was at 45psi before and at 95 now. Water was a trickle before and it's now a nice steady stream. My unit vibrates quite a bit. It's mounted on the wall and is audible in my daughters bedroom up above my garage. Minus one star for the vibration but this thing seriously kicks butt.