Due to the rising pollution and poor water quality in most places nowadays, water purification systems have become one of the necessities in our homes and commercial workplaces. There are numerous options with various features on the market, when it comes to selecting water purification systems.
You should be aware that the dissolved contaminants may be present in the water we consume, which are removed by the RO filter and membrane. Yet after a few months of usage, the RO water filters become clogged and less effective at cleaning the water.
To ensure that you are drinking clean water, which is beneficial for your health, now is the time to replace the filter. People occasionally are unsure about the ideal time to update their RO water filters. Therefore, there are some factors which can indicate that your RO Plant needs maintenance.
What are the signs which indicate that your RO Plants need maintenance?
· Water pressure is low
When your filter becomes congested and the water drains slowly, this is one of the symptoms that your RO plant filter needs to be replaced. You must be aware that water contaminants produce blockages, and this is especially true for water with a high TDS level.
You'll note that the water is passing through your filter with very little pressure in this scenario. At this point, you should contact Netsol Water for water purification services, because we offer the greatest support and can easily replace your RO membrane for you.
· Water's flavour varies
If your RO plant isn't doing its job properly, you'll notice that the taste of the water has altered. You must be aware that many dangerous chemicals and particles are filtered out of the water, when it passes through your filter and the RO membrane.
The contaminants will still make their way into the water you drink, if your RO filter becomes blocked and is unable to function properly. You may notice a change in the odour and flavour of your water as a result of this. When your carbon filter doesn't function properly, the water will smell. Thus, now is the proper time to replace your filters.
· The water turns cloudy
As you are aware, clean water always appears to be transparent, clear, and colourless. If the water is foggy, it signifies there are contaminants in it and it has not been properly filtered. This occurs when your RO water filter isn't functioning properly, and the hazy water may also be dangerous to your health. If your drinking water becomes hazy, you need to replace your RO filter immediately.
· High TDS level
Total dissolved solids, or TDS, are an obvious sign of how pure the water is. The TDS level of the water can also discolour your drinking water glass. You should be aware that when your RO plant loses efficiency, you can also notice that the water tastes salty and feels hard. With the use of a TDS meter, which is easily accessible on the market, you can determine the TDS level of your water.
Also, you must ensure that you check the water's TDS and record it for future reference when you replace the RO filter. The obvious sign that the water quality has deteriorated to the point where you need to change your filter, is an increase in TDS levels.
· Examine the alarm or the warning light
Some RO plants have alarms or lights that may be turned on or off. When it is time to replace your RO water filters and their membrane, an alarm or light will go off. You should have your water filter maintained and replaced as soon as possible, if you also discover that it is giving you any indications.
These are a few symptoms that point to the necessity for immediate water filter maintenance. The RO membrane and filters may occasionally need to be replaced as well. Prior to calling a service provider to replace your RO water filter, you should confirm whether or not they are providing you with legitimate services.
Netsol Water is the best manufacturer of Commercial RO plants in India. We provide maintenance services to our clients so that they don’t have to face any difficulty, during the maintenance time. Call us at +91 9650608473 or email at email@example.com for further information.