Membrane Lifespan

 

Membrane Lifespan is the years that the reverse osmosis membrane was used. Yes the effective time the membrane worked. This lifespan is reducing by the using of cheap low quality water filters that do not prevent the dirt from getting inside the membrane. A reverse osmosis membrane can last up to 10 years.

What is the solution to lengthen the membrane lifespan?

Membrane Lifespan

Membrane Lifespan Information

The solution is the type of filters that we use. The reverse osmosis systems working conditions must all be in line. If one part do not functioning correctly it will have an influence on the water quality and the wastage. We ask only R650.00 per service that includes the four filters, that is if you stay in the Gauteng region. Our services takes from 1 ½ hour to 2 ½ hours. Yes it is a long time but that is the time it takes to do a proper service and to test all the functions. If something is wrong we solve it before we leave. We do not change just filters. Any person can do that. If you do not live in South Africa, please email us and we will advise you what to do. The people that life in South Africa please email us or give us a call, we will help you.

What is in it for me the client?

That will save you money. Save you on the amount of waste water that’s been wasted that went through the membrane. We talk about thousands of rands in money that’s been wasted. We can help you save that money and get a better quality water product from your reverse osmosis system. The thing is it would cost you not even more than a yearly service. We advise you when your reverse osmosis system is due for a service. Give us a call and we will assist you. You will know your system and see the difference in our service procedure.

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