The most seemingly daunting task that comes with the purchase of a new water treatment system is the consumables, or replacements that is needed to keep the system at optimum performance. Continue reading to find out just how simple replacing the consumables on your water treatment system can actually be!
These types of filters are some of the most common types of replacements that most users are familiar with. They can come in the form of point of entry (POE) whole house filters and point of use (POU) single tap filters. Replacing these filters are typically very simple by unscrewing the housing and replacing the cartridge inside. Since these filters require more frequent replacements than other water treatment systems, maintenance is kept simple.
Membrane purification systems like reverse osmosis and nanofiltration also feature a common replacement consumable. These membranes are more susceptible to replacement when certain water conditions are present, such as high iron or hard water, but under the right conditions they can last the user for years. Whether you have an under-the-counter RO system or a whole house RO/Nano system, replacement is the same by removing the membrane from the housing and replacing with a fresh new membrane.
Backwashing filters and water softeners require a bit different maintenance compared to cartridge filters and membranes. These point of entry systems use long-lasting filtration media that can last for many years before replacement is needed. When ready to replace, the process includes disconnecting the system from the plumbing and dumping or vacuuming out the spent media before adding new media to the filter tank. It may seem more hands-on than other consumables but the superior filtration media makes backwashing systems one of the best solutions for minimal or maintenance-free water treatment.
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