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How to Replace The Ro System Component of The Water Purifier

The Ro System Component(KOKOELECTRIC) is the core component of reverse osmosis water purification equipment. With the development of China's water purification market and the improvement of people's consumption levels, more and more families are beginning to use reverse osmosis water purification equipment. As with all water purification equipment, the reverse osmosis water purification equipment needs to be replaced with a ro system component after a period of use. This will ensure the water purification effect and service life of the water purifier. So, how should the ro system component be replaced?

First, turn off the power and remove the ro system component from the body. By rotating the cover, open the outer casing and take out the ro system component inside. If the ro system component is not used for too long, the membrane body can be cleaned and the cleaned ro system component can be returned to the housing. If it has been used for a while, open the new reverse osmosis system assembly and place it in the housing. By rotating the cover, the replaced reverse osmosis system assembly can be placed back into the water purifier.

After replacing the ro system component, the consumer should connect the power supply and put the water purifier into operation to verify that it is working properly and that there is no water leakage. If it is a new ro system component, it is best to open the water purifier outlet for about fifteen minutes and release the first bucket of water from the pressure tank. This is both to stimulate the filter element and to ensure a better quality of the effluent.

In order to ensure the water purification effect of the ro system component, most of the reverse osmosis water purification equipment has the function of automatic cleaning. However, consumers cannot, therefore, establish the concept that ro system component does not need to be replaced. Regardless of the filter membrane, no matter how it is cleaned, in the current state of the art, the filter membrane is replaced after a period of use. Consumers can judge for themselves that the effluent is significantly reduced and the effluent smells mean that the ro system component needs to be replaced.

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