Maintaining Your RO Water Purifier

Reverse Osmosis (RO) system uses a multi-stage filtration process to remove different types of contaminants from water. The water purification system uses a thin membrane to remove salt, chemicals and impurities from water to make it safe for consumption. The contaminated water passes through this thin membrane (a polymer film) with very small-sized pores. The membrane weeds out minerals and micro-organisms present in water. An outlet pipe flushes out the impurities. However, to ensure that you get clean and safe drinking water, you need to properly maintain the water purifier. Without proper maintenance and care, the water purifier will not function properly and you may end up drinking contaminated water. So, in this blog, we discuss a few tips that will help you maintain the RO water purifier. Read on.

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Regular Filter Changes

The filter of an RO purifier needs replacement after approximately 3 months. The reason is the contaminants from water clog the filters after a short span of time. Not cleaning the water purifier frequently will affect its filtration capacity and the quality of water. If you continue using filters without changing them, the impurities are transferred to the water you drink. As RO water purifier have at least three to twelve stages of purification, it is important to schedule the filter change on a regular basis.

Sediment Filter

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RO water purifiers use multiple filters to remove impurities present in water.  One of the filters used by RO purifier is the sediment filter. Change your sediment filter at least once in a year. Maintaining your sediment filter helps in staining out sediment, dirt, and slit. It protects dirt from getting to the fine RO membranes.

Carbon Filter

You also need to change the carbon filter once in a year. Carbon filter removes chlorine and other dangerous contaminants that affect the life and performance of the RO membrane. The filter also has an impact on the taste and odor of the water you drink.  (Source: Home Design With Style)

RO Membrane Replacement

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RO purifiers come with a semi-permeable membrane, which allows water to pass through it but filters out all additional contaminants. For optimal performance, you need to replace RO membrane in every two-three months. However, keep in mind that this schedule is totally based on the quality of water and the household water usage.

Drips And Leakages

In case you notice drips or leakages, don’t forget to get the help of a professional. Leakages in water purifier can create a lot of problems if you don’t take the right steps. Ask the professional to thoroughly check the water purifier to know the cause of the leakage and save the machine from damage.

Sanitize Your RO Tank

You also need to clean the pipes of the RO system regularly to make sure the water purifier works perfectly. Sanitizing the RO tank can help you maintain the purifier and keep it in a good condition. For best results, sanitize the RO tank when you replace the filters.

Annual Maintenance

To avoid any serious problem with the RO purifier, make sure that you get the help of a professional to replace the filters. Renowned brands such as KENT provide annual maintenance contracts (AMC) which is an easy and convenient way to maintain the appliance.

Conclusion

RO water purifiers will provide optimal performance only when you follow the maintenance tips. Taking an active role in the maintenance of your RO filter will make sure that the system will always deliver the best performance and its service life will be prolonged. KENT is known for providing top quality after-sales services for the convenience of customers. You can easily get in touch with them via phone, chat, email or mobile app. To find out more about our after sales services, click here.

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