Saturday, July 18, 2015
Knowing the Reverse Osmosis Filter: The Various Parts that Make it Go
When you’ve decided to buy a reverse osmosis filter system from a seller like AXEON Water Technologies and have it installed in your home or place of business, you’ll need to have some idea on how it works. Whether it’s for purifying your drinking water or for cleaning the water used in your car wash business, purchasing an RO filter system is a serious investment. You’ll need to know some background info on your RO system, as it’ll be mostly up to you detect if something is wrong and pinpoint where the issue actually lies so that it can be repaired. Here are the three main parts of your RO filter: Pump The heart of your reverse osmosis filter system is the pump. This is what enables the reverse osmosis process. The high-pressure pumping of dirty water into your RO system ensures that instead of the normal flow of a low-concentration solution to the high-concentration section, the impure water (high-concentration solution) will be the one going through the membrane.