A reverse osmosis system can last for many years if it is properly maintained. Maintaining your water system properly will also guarantee that you always have high-quality drinking water, and efficient water output.
Although, we offer comprehensive RO maintenance instructions, we nevertheless advise following the particular maintenance instructions for your drinking water RO system.
Are drinking water filters and Reverse Osmosis systems uniform?
Reverse osmosis (RO) water filtering devices come in a wide variety. Although, the architecture and components of one RO System may resemble those of another, there may be significant variances between them.
Systems for reverse osmosis (RO) differ in three key ways:
· The number of filters or stages,
· The calibre of their parts,
· How much water can be generated or filtered each day (measured in "gpd" or gallons per day).
Factors influencing the performance of Reverse Osmosis Systems
A reverse osmosis system's performance could be impacted by a number of factors, including:
· Arrival of water pressure, because mostly municipal city tap water have 40-85 psi, but if water pressure is too low, RO system will not operate properly.
· Temperature of Water (i.e. cold water takes longer to filter).
· Type and quantity of the tap water's total dissolved solids (TDS).
· The calibre of the RO System's filters and membranes.
How to increase the lifespan of your RO Plant?
As a rule, you can do the following three things to maintain and lengthen the lifespan, of your reverse osmosis plant:
1. Modify Filters
The most crucial part of keeping your reverse osmosis system in good working order, is replacing the RO membrane and filters, as needed.Over time, RO membranes and filters will clog and degrade. The RO system will then start to produce less and less drinking water. Depending on how much water you use and the quality of the water where you live, you should change the filters as needed.
In general, the following schedule should be followed while installing RO replacement filters:
· Replace the reverse osmosis membrane every 24 months, and the pre-filters (sediment and carbon filters) and post-filter (GAC polishing filter) every 6-12 months.
· This recommendation is fairly broad. The product owner's manual for each system contains detailed instructions, on how frequently your RO membrane and filters should be replaced.
When it's time to change your filter, Netsol Water Solutions will send you a reminder email, if you bought your RO drinking water system or replacement filters from us.We strongly advise you to use premium replacement filters, made for optimum performance and dependability.
2. Clean Up System
Every year, a reverse osmosis drinking water system needs to be washed, sanitised, and recharged. We advise cleaning your system as you change your filters to make things simpler.
You have two options for cleaning and sanitising your system: either employ a local water treatment specialist, or do the yearly sanitization and filter replacement yourself.
3. Change the Parts
A reverse osmosis system's many components, such as the storage tank and faucet, will eventually wear out. In order to assist you in identifying the problem and choosing the appropriate replacement component, we offer a RO troubleshooting guide. Additionally, suggestions for replacing RO parts may be mentioned.
Why should you select Netsol Water as the manufacturer of your Commercial and industrial RO plants?
We are the leading producer and supplier of RO water systems in India, be it for drinking or industrial purpose. Our system is exceptionally reliable and cost-effective for use in an industrial environment. We work with each of our clients to give high-quality filtration systems at affordable pricing, since we are aware that you need the best systems available, at fair and competitive prices.