Reverse Osmosis Systems Supplier Tells You Why It Is Easy to Leak Water


The reverse osmosis water purifier is currently the fir […]

The reverse osmosis water purifier is currently the first choice and mainstream product in the domestic water purifier. It accounts for more than 50% of the total domestic water purifier products. However, while people enjoy the delicious and sweet purified water brought by reverse osmosis water purifier, they also have to bear another negative consequence: high probability of water leakage. Then, why is reverse osmosis water purifier easy to leak? Let the Reverse Osmosis Systems Supplier speak for himself.

1. High working pressure

As we all know, reverse osmosis must apply pressure higher than the osmotic pressure of water at one end of the membrane to produce water, and the amount of water produced is proportional to the pressure. The higher the pressure, the greater the amount of water produced. Therefore, unlike other water purification equipment, the reverse osmosis water purifier can produce water only by relying on the gravity of water itself or the pressure of tap water. The working pressure of the reverse osmosis membrane is generally above 0.4MPa. The pressure of tap water alone is not enough, and the pressure of the pump is needed.

2. Pressurized design

In the reverse osmosis water purifier produced in the past, the tap was used to control the opening and closing of the outlet water due to the outflow of water from the pressure water storage bucket. The high-voltage switch is used to control the start and stop of water production, so the reverse osmosis pure water machine is generally always in a state of communication with the tap water pipeline, that is to say, it is always under pressure and must bear the pressure of tap water and the impact of water hammer. Water cannot be produced unless the inlet ball valve is closed, but normally it will not be closed.

3. There are many pressure-bearing parts and many pipe joints.

Compared with other water purifiers, reverse osmosis water purifiers have complex structures, many parts, and many pipelines and joints. Each of them is a potential leak point, which may be cracked, damaged, loosened or dropped, causing water leakage.

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