What the service people do when they have serviced the reverse osmosis system. They must flush the membrane. They do not do that because they just want to get away as soon as possible. If they are on the premises for more than 20 minutes then they are wasting time. That is not the way a service must be conducted. What we advise is that the owner of the reverse osmosis system also flushes the membrane on a regular basis.
Steps to reverse osmosis RO Membrane Cleaning.
- Close the tank valve that is on top of the tank.
- Unscrew or unclip the waste pipeline before the round flow restrictor valve.
- Open the faucet to activate the water flow
- Let at least 5 litre of water flow into a bucket.
- Close the faucet.
- Bent the waste pipeline to prevent water from flowing out.
- Replace in the round flow restrictor valve.
- Open the tank valve.
The membrane is now clean from any sludge that was between the layers.
What is flush reverse osmosis Membrane?
To flush the reverse osmosis membrane is the same as to clean the membrane. To flush the RO membrane is to flush all the clogged sludge out of the membrane. The build-up of sludge in the reverse osmosis membrane is the result of low quality water filters that’s been used by service providers. If the services of an ID-WATSS technicians is been used then this problem will not be present.
What is the solution of RO Membrane Cleaning?
The best advice that I can give you is to use ID-WATSS approved products and technicians. That will give you peace of mind to know you have the best products on the market in your system. That way you will improve your health and the quality of the water that you drink. If you use the reverse osmosis water you will never drink tap water again.