Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems Are Easy To Maintain And Upkeep Costs Are Minimal.
Reverse Osmosis Membranes and Filters will need to be replaced every 6 months to 2 years depending on the type of filter, your feed water quality and water usage volume.
Replacement Filters for a basic 5 Stage Reverse Osmosis Unit
Stage 1 –
The Sediment Filter removes visible particles such as rust, mud,dirt and any other floating particles from the water.
Stage 2 –
The Granular Activated Carbon Filter will remove chlorine or organic molecules, which can cause bad taste and smells, that may be in the water.
Stage 3 –
The Carbon Block filter is the next in line defense for any chlorine of organic molecules which might have got through from the 2nd stage. It also has a 5 micron filter ability to catch and carbon that might have broken off the 2nd stage.
Stage 4 –
The Reverse Osmosis Membrane is the filter that removes and purifies the water from any impurities that is not visible to the human eye, such as pesticides, bacteria, herbicides, viruses, parasites and traced metals. The membrane is continually flushing to prevent blockage and a build-
Stage 5 –
As you may have guessed, the Taste and Odour Filter removes any remaining molecules that may cause a bad taste or smell to the water.