Contamination blockage of a Ro System Component is a ke […]
Contamination blockage of a Ro System Component is a key issue that consumers are concerned about. Although contamination and blockage of ro system component are unavoidable, understanding the cause of this can help them use it better and extend the life cycle of the membrane. Today, we will explain the main factors of blockage of reverse osmosis system components.
First of all, the pretreatment of the whole machine is not enough. The membrane pores of the ro system component are very small, only 0.0001 microns, which can filter out all the pollutants in the water, including suspended solids, colloids, bacteria, viruses, heavy metal ions and so on. If the raw water is not pretreated or the pretreatment is insufficient, the ro system components will trap a large number of impurities, resulting in contamination and blockage.
Secondly, due to other factors, the reverse osmosis water purification system is a relatively “fragile” system, and its salt rejection rate is affected by factors such as pH, temperature and pressure. Simply put, if the water pollution in an area is very serious, under the same conditions, the clogging speed of the ro system components will be higher than the area with weak water pollution.
Then, if the human operation is improper, whether it is a large reverse osmosis device or a household reverse osmosis water purifier, if the user does not operate in the correct way during use, it may cause excess pollutants to enter the reverse osmosis water purification system, thereby Causes contamination and clogging of the membrane.
Finally, there is another reason that the ro system component are inherently inferior, and even normal operation is not enough. The news is often used in the manufacture of waste materials or the use of ultrafiltration membranes to impersonate RO membranes. The quality is not good, and the blockage will naturally occur more frequently.