The principle of all ultra-pure water equipment is the same. The tap water is pretreated by a precision filter element and an activated carbon filter element to filter sediment and other particulate matter and adsorb peculiar smells, so that the tap water becomes cleaner, and then it is processed through a reverse osmosis device. The water is purified and desalinated, and the purified water enters the storage tank for storage.
Ultra-pure water equipment is mainly filtered through four items: precision filter element, activated carbon filter element, reverse osmosis membrane, etc. They all have a relative lifespan. The precision filter element and the activated carbon filter element actually protect the reverse osmosis membrane. If they fail, the load of the reverse osmosis membrane will increase and the lifespan will be shortened. If you continue to start the machine, the pure water will be produced. The water quality will decline, and the burden of the reverse osmosis membrane will be increased, and the life of the reverse osmosis membrane will be shortened. The end result is to increase the use cost of ultra-pure water equipment.