5 Most Common Water Purifier Problems And Solutions

Water from the water purification tap flows like

a skinny rope ( It flows minimally) Answer – The tank tap should be checked, it may be closed, and you may only be taking water from the membrane.

The tank is full, but there is no water coming from the tap, or I can get a small amount of water.

Answer – If the tank is full and the faucet is in an open position, the air in the tank’s pressure membrane may have escaped, or the membrane may have ruptured. There are two ways to understand this. Open the tank’s air intake stop cover and check it by pressing the stop needle; if the water is coming in, the membrane is torn if it leaks. This can happen in tanks for 5-6 years. If there’s air coming in, not water, or there’s no air coming in, then the air is somehow empty. After the water in the tank is completely discharged, 7 Psi air can be printed with any bicycle or car pump.

 

The tank fills up too late.

Answer – 1- The water inlet tap is not fully open. 2- Mains water pressure is shallow. 3- Membrane filter is blocked. 4 – If your device is pumped, the pump head is calcified and gives very little water to the system. 5- Shut off is not on duty.

 

The purifier does not treat the lime; I brew tea, the bottom of the teapot holds lime.

Answer – Regardless of membrane filter dirt. If there is such a problem, the 1-membrane membrane is torn. 2- Mebran is leaking water from filter rings. 3- Shut off is broken and mixes wastewater into purified water.

 

Smells of water from the treatment.

Answer – First of all, if you are not at home for 5-10 days, turn on the faucet when you return home and completely drain the water from the tank. Ultimately, the tank is made of iron and glazed against rusting, but it also comes into contact with the rubber pressure membrane and water indoors’ smells. Here is the latest filter (Sweetener) found in the device. It is actually a carbon filter obtained from the coconut shell, and its purpose is to remove the odour from the water from the tanning. If the water you are drinking smells, the filter replacement period has expired; if you have just changed it, 1- The taster filter is installed in reverse. 2- Filter carbon quality is low. 3 – The tank you are using is ancient.

 

Although the tank is full, the wastewater is not cut off; it flows 24 hours a day.

Answer – Shut Off does not work.

 

They changed Shut Off, but it’s not working. Since it doesn’t close the entrance, the wastewater continues to flow. Mixes wastewater with purified

water Answer – Mains water pressure is very high. Clean water pressure is not enough to block the mains water path. It is necessary to put a depressurizing before the water from the mains enters the device.

 

Throws a lot of water out of the wastewater hose.

Answer – Quick Flow does not operate. (If the water’s values to be treated in the treatment systems are normal

the ratio is 1 to 2. So if you are taking a litre of purified water, there will be 2 litres of wastewater. ) Flow failure if this ratio is as high as 5 to 10.

 

Recommendations on Purifier

We write these thoughts not to direct the consumer but to inform them to convey the truths that we know as an organization that has been involved for years.

1. Original R.osmosis purifiers have five filters. 1. Five-micron sediment filter, 2. Activated carbon filter, 3. One micron block carbon filter, 4. Membrane filter, 5. Post carbon filter ( Sweetener – Cochonate ) Standard order is as follows. If there are no specific reasons, multiplying the number of filters is as illogical as adding two more wheels to the Falcon car. The important thing here is that the filters used are of good quality. Otherwise, various problems occur. Filter lifespans are 3-5 months; they can not perform adequate treatment. Although aesthetics are important, the main thing is the filter quality. The dilemma here is The consumer’s desire to buy very cheaply and the seller’s desire not to reduce the profit margin that the customer will make by using cheap filters and materials in response to this resistance. There’s a membrane filter on the market for 30 liras; there are 150 lliraya; there’s a carbon filter for 10 liras; there’s a carbon filter for 40 liras. However, it is said that 90% of consumers naturally do not have enough information about this. So there’s nothing he can do but believe in the seller’s words.

2. As with any purchase, merchants with a Commercial ID should be preferred when buying a purifier. If this happens, you will have a legal entity to deal with. Otherwise, if you take on the sellers who come to the door, you can find any more problems with the device (meet agha with yellow boots). It’s time for maintenance; it malfunctions, there’s a water evasion, it doesn’t purify the water, and many problems can happen. For this reason, we say that it is important in all respects to prefer companies that are institutionalized with a commercial identity and have service support behind them.

3. Filter change time in a quality water purifier if the mains water TDS value is not more than 200; 1 year for the first three wicks and 2 years for sweetener wicks.

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