1. How to choose reverse osmosis system between tankless and large flow with tank
Reverse osmosis systems are divided into two categories: tank and tankless machines; most of the reverse osmosis water filters need to bring a storage tank; the current water purifiers produce mostly 50 gallons of water per day, 1 Gallon = 3.87 liters, 50 gallons means 50X3.87 = 193.5 liters of water can be produced without sleep all day, with an average of 0.135 liters of water per minute, which is a 550ml mineral water bottle in 4 minutes; the manufacturer will give each Reverse osmosis system is equipped with a pressure water storage bucket. Usually, water is produced without a Reverse osmosis system and stored in the bucket. When the water is used, the air bag under the pressure bucket pushes the water bag up, and the water flows out. Then the problem comes. The pressure of the air bag is also limited, and some water will remain in the water bag every time. This cycle goes on and on. Although the water is purified, it is not an absolutely sterile environment. The bucket cannot be used normally because the flow rate is too small. The solution is also very simple, as long as the amount of water is enough, so the ro water filter with more than 400 gallons appears, that is, the 400-gallon water purifier system without barrels. The water volume is 8 times that of 50 gallons. A 550ml mineral water bottle can be made in 30s, and it is just enough to drink now. It avoids the risk of secondary pollution. Another advantage of the tankless reverse osmosis system is that it saves space, a pressure The bucket takes up about half the space of the water purifier.
2. How to choose reverse osmosis system according to the rate of wastewater: the ratio of wastewater to pure water
The ratio of waste water Reverse osmosis systems all generate waste water, which probably means that the water needs to be pressurized through the reverse osmosis membrane, so there is always a part of the water pressure that is not enough to pass through the reverse osmosis membrane, leaving it with impurities as waste water , the waste water rate of general water purifiers is 1:3-1:5, making 1 cup of purified water and discharging 3-5 cups of waste water, which is quite wasteful, so we'd better choose reverse osmosis system which produce less wastewater like waste water is lower than the 1:1. The amount of waste water will be much less, and low waste water is recommended for those who mind waste water.
3. How to choose reverse osmosis system-after-sale maintenance cost is very importantBefore buying a reverse osmosis system, don’t just look at the cheap price, but also look at the cost-effectiveness and after-sales service. You must calculate the cost of use in the later period. It is not a one-time home appliance, and the later investment is very large. When you buy it, you must ask how many stages the filter has, how much for each stage, and how often to replace the filter; it is not recommended to use non-standard filters, which are the ones made by the manufacturer. The size is unique. The daily cost can be kept within the acceptable range of 1-2 dollar.
4. How to choose reverse osmosis system according to the quality and brandBecause the same reverse osmosis system will have different raw materials, different filter elements, different configurations, different internal structures, different qualities, and different after-sales services. Don't buy expensive ones, just buy the right ones. It's not about the brand, but more importantly, the overall quality.
In summary, choosing a suitable reverse osmosis system can basically be understood from the above four aspects; the above is how Simpure shared with you how to choose a reverse osmosis system, and finally I hope you can choose a Satisfied reverse osmosis system for youself, allow your family to drink healthy drinking water.