What is the function of each filter and how long does it last?

What is the function of each filter and how long does it last?

Water filters is considered to be one the most important equipment there is, because of the health issue that surounded by the enviromental in our daily lives, If we don’t use the filter it’ll not be able to filter water thoroughly and clean. The properties of the water filter will be vary and different for each type of water filter system. Most water filters on the market today are similarties depending on the quality of the filter. The filters are divided into 7 main categories, and have different characteristics Including the service life as well . We can classify the filters by their characteristics and efficiency as follows.

– ” PP filter or Sediment Filter is a coarse filter that is responsible for filtering large sediment in the water. Has a lifetime of about 6 months depending on the water conditions in each area. “

– Carbon Block filter is responsible for filtering odors, colors, chlorine in the water. There are 2 types of carbon filters which are compressed bar and pellet type.
Service life is about 6-8 months.

– Resin filter is responsible for reducing plaque build-up, hardness, and water adjustment. Service life is approximately 6-8 months.

– UF filters are responsible for filtering small sediment, chlorine, germs (some types) at a maximum resolution of 0.01 microns, without electricity and without sewage. Therefore, suitable for people who do not want to install wiring and connect the sewer system. Service life is about 1 year.

– Post Carbon filter is responsible for filtering the chlorine in the water, reducing odors, colors such as the carbon block / gas filter
 used to adjust the taste of the water to be better in the final step before drinking. The service life is about 1 year.

– RO Membrane filter with a resolution of 0.0001 micron. It is a filter that combines various filters together. It can filter various contaminants and filter all necessary and unnecessary minerals to the body. Service life is approximately 24-36 months.

– UV filter (Ultra Violet) the ability to use UV light to kill germs in the water Service life is about 1 year or 7,000 hours.

– Ceramic filter Responsible for filtering bacteria at a maximum resolution of 0.3 microns, service life of about 1 year (depending on water conditions in each area) Suggestion: the filter should be changed according to the service life. Because if the filter is over due, then the filter efficiency will decrease. Should be changed for cleanliness Change for better health

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