While most RO water purifiers are efficient at removing most of the soluble and insoluble contaminants in the water, the water still may sometimes smell and taste bad due to the micro-level contaminants. It may also be due to poor maintenance and problems with the water purifier.
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Tap water or supply water contains dissolved solids (called TDS), impurities and germs which makes it unfit for consumption. RO purifiers clean and filter this impure water and make it ready for use. Reverse osmosis or RO water purifier is the most widely used water purification method. RO uses membrane technology to remove dissolved salts, impurities and germs from water. The semipermeable membrane of RO separates germs and dissolved chemicals from water.
RO service should be done once every six months to receive clean and healthy water for consumption. In RO service the post and pre filters, membrane, water storage tank, water motor, pump, connecting pipes, and other part are checked and diagnosed for any fault. Faulty parts, if any, are replaced with new ones. Regular RO service maintains the quality and purity of water and prevent water borne diseases. RO service also keeps RO purifier in good shape.
In RO service the key components of RO are inspected and cleaned. Pre and post filters are checked and replaced (if required). RO semipermeable membrane is inspected and changed if found damaged. Water storage tank, connecting pipes and RO body are cleaned. The pressure of water, water flow, water level in tank is monitored. Hardness and TDS (total dissolved solid) are checked and adjusted if required. Complete purification system is inspected for any fault. Faulty parts, if any are replaced with new ones.