Whole house systems
The PC600 is best suited for small and medium-sized homes with 1-3 lavatories, and the PC1000 system is intended for larger-sized homes with 4-6 lavatories. These systems provide a hefty cleansing granted by their 4-phase filtering procedure during which quality media are employed to dramatically decrease contaminant content. This way, when the water comes out, no matter where it comes out from, you are assured that it is 100% impurity-free.
|Capacity||Flow rate||Operating pressure||Operating temperature||Warranty|
|600,000 gal.||12 GPM||25 – 80 PSI||36°F – 120°F||Lifetime|
|Capacity||Flow rate||Operating pressure||Operating temperature||Warranty|
|1,000,000 gal.||16 GPM||25 – 80 PSI||36°F – 120°F||Lifetime|
Chlorine reduction efficiency
This is the primary pollutant that plagues our potable water, causing it to have a foul smell and taste. Luckily, by installing any of the aforementioned systems, you won’t have to worry about this problem anymore as chlorine content is removed up to 97%. Moreover, the air within the bathroom will be purer as chlorine vapors won’t be released each time you shower/bathe.
- Step 1: It eliminates sand, debris, silt, and sediment that is down to 5 micrometers in size.
- Step 2 & 3: Tackles chlorine and chloramines that deteriorate water taste and scent. Other contamination-related issues it solves is the removal of pesticides, herbicides, pharmaceuticals, heavy metals, and industrial solvents.
- Step 4: Impedes and diminishes algae and microorganisms’ development to assure water purity.
Care and cleaning are required only once every five years. Buy the replacement cartridge and install it as instructed in the included manual when the 5-year period from the moment of installation passes, and there won’t be any fluctuations or deprecation in the functioning and efficiency of the system.
The only upkeep chore that necessitates your attention is the regular substitution of the silt pre-filter, which is generally advised to be followed through with every 6 to 9 months, reliant on how much silt and dirt pollution is in your water and the household consumption rate.
This indicates that the tank is not properly leveled. Lift it 6 inches and tap it until it sits in a perfectly vertical position. It has a round bottom, the boot allowing it to stand upright if leveled correctly.
It can leak from the top side of the tank around the head, and what you should do is turn the head to tighten it. Usually, it comes pre-installed hand-tight, so make sure you don’t inadvertently over-tighten it but only turn it slightly.
Water is grey or cloudy
If this happens in the primary phase of installing the system, have patience as it is a normal occurrence, and it will pass on its own. The extra carbon dust is what leads to this issue, and there is no reason for you to worry if it emerges.
Water pressure is slowing
Check the silt filter and, if needed, replace it as it is the most likely source for the pressure drop. Replace this part once every 6 to 9 months, reliant on silt accumulation.
You have two variants that you can add to the PC600 or PC1000 models to enhance their water purifications capabilities, the UV Max PUV-7 being compatible with the PC600, while the UV Max PUV-14 is installable on the PC1000. What this addition does is eradicate waterborne pathogenic organisms that may cause various illnesses when ingested. UV filtration tends to destroy viruses, bacteria, and pathogens, and it even prevents their reproducing.
Specs and basic information
- Lamp lifespan: On the controller screen, the lamp life will be displayed, counting down the number of days until it requires changing from 365 days to 1 day. During the first day of use, instead of displaying the number zero, “A3” will appear on the screen.
- Lamp failure: When the screen goes blank, the UV lamp has witnessed a failure. Aside from the blank screen, an audible tone will go off, announcing that the system necessitates your attention so that you may remedy the situation.
- Total operational days: On the screen, the total working time of the controller is displayed so that you may easily track all operational aspects which interest you. For example, as the base system pre-filter requires replacement routinely, precisely every 6 to 9 months, this time tracking comes in handy as you can check the controller to see when the routine maintenance period comes.
- A3 code: As aforementioned, when the lamp reaches the end of its life, the code “A3” will be shown on the LED display, and an audible alarm is sent off up to 4 separate times.
|Water pressure is slowing||Clogged sediment filter||The 6- to 9-month replacement period of the high sediment contamination has passed and it has not been changed, which results in its over solicitation. What you must do to remedy the situation is to change the pre-filter.|
|Flow regulator||This issue emerges when it approaches full flow.|
|Overheated water||Common when water is not frequently used||Let the water run until it achieves the ambient temperature.|
|A milky coloration of the water||There is air in the water lines||Let the water run until all the air is purged.|
|Presence of bacteria||Sudden water quality change||Test a water sample to see if parameters are within the allowable limits.|
|Sediment has broken through the pre-filter||Test a water sample for turbidity levels as a more thorough pre-filtration may be required to obtain the feat of removing all sediments entering the system.|
|Stained or dirty quartz sleeve||Use a scale cleaner to clean the sleeve and get rid of the staining source.|
|Intermittent shut down||Controlled is interrupted||You likely installed the UV system on a circuit that is integrated into a light switch.|
|Make sure that it has its own circuit so that other equipment to not draw power away from it.|
|Water leak||Excessive humidity and cold water caused condensation||Check to find the location of the disinfection system and control humidity.|
|O-ring seal issue||Make sure the O-ring is in place, check for abrasions, clean it, moisten it with lubricant, reinstall, or replace if necessary.|
Salt-free softening systems
If you source the water from a well, a more thorough filtration solution is needed as there are different types of contamination issues with it, issues that emerge as it is not passed through any previous filtration means like city system sources water is. Generally, hardness is the main issue with well water, so you must look into a salt-free softener to tackle this specific water quality issue. The two options put at your disposal by Pelican feature combination filters and softeners that specifically target water hardness aside from the anticipated contamination reduction.
Contaminants typically found in well water
- Nitrites and nitrates: Present in fertilizers, human sewage, animal waste, and chemical fertilizers, high levels cause methemoglobinemia in newborns and reduce the ability of your blood cells to transport oxygen throughout the body.
- Organic chemicals: Found in inks, dyes, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, sealants, and a wide assortment of products, high levels result in damage to the liver, kidneys, reproductive system, nervous system, and even the circulatory system.
- Fluoride: Normal levels can indeed help in preventing tooth decay, but high amounts have repercussions as they can lead to skeletal fluorosis, tooth discoloration, dental fluorosis, and teeth pitting.
- Radionuclides: Released from coal mining, nuclear power production, uranium mining, and milling, high levels increase the risk of cancer and cause toxic kidney effects.
- Heavy metals: High levels lead to acute and chronic toxicity, intestinal damage, liver damage, kidney damage, anemia, and even cancer.
Operation and specifications
|Service flow rate||8 GPM||12 GPM|
|Peak flow rate||12 GPM||16 GPM|
|Operating pressure||25 – 80 PSI|
|Operating temperature||36°F – 120°F|
|pH range||7 – 11|
Irrespective if you seek a system to clean the water prior to it being outputted through the tap, a salt-free softener that keeps your fixtures and appliances safe by guaranteeing water hardness is not an issue anymore, or a UV system that eliminates health-threatening microorganisms, Pelican Water System is likely to provide you with the optimal solution to your problem.
In terms of whole-house systems, the best offered are the PC600 and PC1000 that grant impurity-free water for hydration, cooking, and bathing. The PC600 is a 600,000-gallon option that provides a 12 GPM flow rate and is suited for houses with 1 to 3 lavatories. The PC1000 is a 1,000,000-gallon capacity model that is recommended for installation in houses with 4 to 6 bathrooms. Both options use a 4-step filtration procedure where contamination issues like silt, sand, chlorine, chloramines, bacteria, and algae are abolished from the water supply.
For those faced with microorganism contamination, the UV Max PUV-7 and UV Max PUV-14 UV filtration systems can be added to the pre-installed PC600 and PC1000 to provide the required sterilization means and ensure pure water. As aforesaid, you can even solve issues related to water hardness if you get the right product. The PSE1800 or PSE2000 are the options you must go for from this point of view. The systems utilize salt-free technology to soften the water and ensure scale build-up fixtures and appliances will be an issue of the past.