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https://www.amazon.com/TmallTech-Restrictor-Connect-Reverse-Osmosis/dp/B01CHMFG0C

https://www.bulkreefsupply.com/reverse-osmosis-flow-restrictor.html

Here's a couple links to get you started. The numbers used on the flow restrictors are generally not stating what amount per day they are used for but rather the water that's allowed to flow through them. I think that for 75 GPD you need between 550 and 800 ml flow rate. Just make sure to research what flow rate you need per membrane.

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5 hours ago, Gumby said:

You have to match the flow restrictor with membrane. Brs make a flow restrictor/flush valve that is nice. 

Awesome thanks I will call them and order it I put two 100 gallon per day membranes it worked I put new   Resin and all new filters it was coming out fast and was reading on the out@ zero about 35 gallon in it reads like 1 to 3 thx so much for your hlp I'll get the valve thingy lol order today 

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2 hours ago, NateDawg said:

https://www.amazon.com/TmallTech-Restrictor-Connect-Reverse-Osmosis/dp/B01CHMFG0C

https://www.bulkreefsupply.com/reverse-osmosis-flow-restrictor.html

Here's a couple links to get you started. The numbers used on the flow restrictors are generally not stating what amount per day they are used for but rather the water that's allowed to flow through them. I think that for 75 GPD you need between 550 and 800 ml flow rate. Just make sure to research what flow rate you need per membrane.

Thx so much  for this really appreciated the hlp 

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