RO+UF Water Purifier

RO+UF Water Purifier :


In RO+UF water purifier water has to pass through both RO and UF filters which make water free from dissolved impurities and make water safe for drinking. Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a water purification technology that uses a semi-permeable membrane to remove ions, molecules, suspended particles, microbes and dissolved impurities from drinking water. Tap water containing dissolved mineral salts and contaminants is passed through the RO membrane under pressure to filter out contaminants and reduce the hardness of the water. UF full form is Ultrafiltration which contains a hollow fiber threaded membrane. UF removes dispersed material, suspended solids, and other large molecular weight materials from water which are harmful to human health. UF water purifiers are work without electricity.


How RO+UF Water Purification System Work:

The water has to pass through both the RO membrane and then the UF purification system.RO Water System passes water through the pump in the RO water plant to increase water pressure and then pass through the RO membrane (semi-permeable). The dissolved solids and TDS present in water are removed during this process.p RO water purifier Converts hard water into soft water. UF stands for Ultrafiltration uses hollow fibers of a membrane made up of a thin layer of material that is able to separate water and other particles present in the water. When water is fed through the UF membrane, bacteria, and viruses, suspended solids, are retained in the UF membrane. 


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