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.