Determine The Productivity of Reverse Osmosis Systems Supplier Mobile Community

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  • Posted By: ko koele koele
  • Posted On: Jun 06, 2019
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  • Description: If your reverse osmosis unit appears to have less filtered water than previously produced, the Reverse Osmosis Systems Supplier(KOKOELECTRIC) here outlines some simple steps to check the current productivity of your system. Follow the 5 steps below to determine the amount of water your system produces within 24 hours, as well as some suggestions for increasing the flow rate. As the water turns on the reverse osmosis system, Step 1: First, ensure that the inlet line entering the RO system is in the "ON" state. Then, turn the ball valve on the top of the reverse osmosis tank to the "OFF" position (usually 1/4 turn). Step 2: If you have a standard reverse osmosis faucet, turn the handle to the "up" position so that the faucet is now locked in a continuous open/flow position. At this point, any water in the system will flow from the faucet. Step 3: After there is no more water in the system piping, you may have to wait 1-5 minutes, at which point you will/should continuously drip or very slow flow from the faucet. (Note: if there is no flow from the reverse osmosis faucet, the system will not produce water). This flow rate indicates the rate at which the system produces water and the rate at which the reverse osmosis tank will fill if the valve on the tank is in the "open" position. Step 4: Once you have dripped or slowly flowed from the faucet, use a measuring cup to measure the amount of water dripping from/to the measuring cup from the reverse osmosis faucet for 60 seconds. Step 5: It's time to do math! Get the number of ounces the RO system produces in one minute. Multiply this number by 1440, which is the number of minutes in a day. Divide this number by 128, which is the number of gallons of ounces. This number is the amount of water produced by the RO system within 24 hours. Once you have an accurate picture of the amount of water produced by the RO system, you can better assess the situation. For example, if you determine that the flow rate of the RO system has decreased, you can now find out the cause and find a solution. Click Reverse Osmosis Systems Manufacturer to learn about more information.