There's a new reverse osmosis system on the market and it comes with fully automated control! The new Electronic RO Control Panel used on our Whole House, Brew Master, and Light Commercial RO systems takes the worry out of operation with several RO functions clearly listed with light-up indicators to tell the user exactly what's going on with their system. Read more to find out just how special our control panel is for the RO industry!
A bonus feature included in our Electronic RO Control Panel is automatic membrane flushing. Most whole house/light commercial RO systems on the market today do not provide a membrane flush, which helps extend the life of the membrane by removing the concentrate brine (extremely salty water expelled by the membrane) sitting on the surface. Our whole house and light commercial RO systems included a manual membrane flush that allowed the user to flush the membrane as they wanted to. With this Electronic RO Control Panel, our customers no longer need to worry about remembering to flush the membrane constantly; this control panel automatically activates a membrane flush both at start up and shut down, ensuring longevity of your RO membrane.
The most important feature on this control panel, however, is the low pressure shutdown. Both public city water users and private well water users can suffer from periods of low pressure which can have a great negative affect on any RO system. If you experience a period of low pressure, a standard RO system would cycle on and off until the pressure is regulated. This can cause wear and irreversible damage to the RO pump motor and external feed pressure switch, resulting in costly and labor-intensive repair. Our RO control panel prevents this from happening by automatically shutting down the RO system if your feed pressure remains low for an extended period of time.
An optional feature on our RO control panel is pretreatment lockout. When pretreatment is needed to protect the RO system, a backwashing filter or water softener is used. When these pretreatment systems shut down to clean themselves, they allow unfiltered water to pass by the system and get into the RO if it's running at this time. To prevent possible exposure to unfiltered water a pretreatment lockout switch can be used to shut down the RO system when the water softener or filter is regenerating. Once the pretreatment system is finished regenerating, the switch will reactivate the RO system again. Both the RO system and the pretreatment system will need to be specially fitted with pretreatment lockout. This option is included free of charge when you add any of our pretreatment water softeners, iron filters, or backwashing systems to your whole house RO system!
Each function of the control panel is displayed with varying indicator lights to let you know how the system is running. You won't have to wait until it's too late and there is no water when you turn on a tap. Our Electronic RO Control Panel prevents potential RO malfunctions from happening and allows you to catch the culprit in time, before it has a chance to harm your system. This fully automated control is a must-have for any home owner that wants a hassle-free solution to many water problems.