sedimentation, and distillation are used; biological processes like slow sand filters or biologically active carbon are used; chemical processes like flocculation and chlorination are used, and electromagnetic radiation like ultraviolet light is used. A good water purifier removes the excess salts, suspended particles, and microbes and retains the essential vitamins and minerals. They first suck up raw water, which is contaminated, filter out impurities ranging from sediments to micro-organisms, and then dispense clean water. Pure, clean, and safe drinking water isn’t available easily these days. A growing population, industrial development, and environmental degradation are all causes of this. Given this situation, it becomes even more important for us to be aware of purification techniques and the available water purifiers in the market to ensure that our drinking water is of good quality. A lot of minerals are found naturally in water and are important for the human body, but consuming an excessive amount of them can cause many diseases. A good water purifier removes the excess salts, suspended particles, and microbes and retains the essential vitamins and minerals. With so many manufacturers in the water purification industry these days, it is difficult to know which is good, which isn't, and which meets the necessary standards.
Professional technicians working in our company can fix all types of water purifiers. The work is easy for them. All kinds of water purifiers like Reverse Osmosis(RO), Ultrafiltration(UF), Ultraviolet(UV), etc., including the major work that our technicians fix
Water purifier cleaning service
Replacement of RO memberanes
Drips And Leakages fixing
Sanitize Your RO Tank
Water filter replacement
Blocked drain pipe
Low Water Flow Or Storage Tank Taking More Time To Fill
A system that runs without stopping
RO water purifier stops working suddenly
Water is not clear in RO purifier
System does not stops on time
Airlock in RO tank
RO purifiers (REVERSE OSMOSIS PURIFIERS)
When pressure forces unfiltered water or feed water through a semipermeable membrane, reverse osmosis removes contaminants. To provide clean drinking water, water flows from the more concentrated side (more contaminants) of the RO membrane to the less concentrated side (fewer contaminants). The permeate is the freshwater that is produced. The waste or brine is the concentrated water that remains.
UF(ULTRAFILTRATION) water filters
Ultrafiltration is a membrane filtration process that separates harmful bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants from clean water by acting as a barrier. Water is forced through a 02-micron membrane in an ultrafiltration water system. Particles suspended in suspension that are too large to pass through the membrane adhere to the membrane's outer surface. Fresh water and dissolved minerals are the only things that pass through.
Ceramic Candle Filter
The majority of ceramic water filters now have an internal activated carbon core, which helps to address modern water contaminants like chlorine, toxins, and pesticides. Furthermore, many manufacturers make their versions of these filters entirely of natural materials, making them appealing to customers who want to avoid plastic and other synthetic materials.
UV(ULTRAVIOLET) water purifiers
A UV water purifier uses a germicidal ultraviolet wavelength to kill living organisms like bacteria, viruses, and cysts (like Cryptosporidium and Giardia). UV radiation with a wavelength of 254 nm disrupts the DNA of pathogenic microorganisms and prevents them from reproducing if enough energy is applied. Bacteria cannot spread disease through drinking water when exposed to ultraviolet light.
Activated Carbon Filter
Many harmful organic chemicals, such as pesticides, are removed from water using activated carbon in water purifiers. Water purifiers with activated carbon also remove chemicals from the water that make it taste bad. As a result, having an activated carbon water filter purifier for drinking water is beneficial.
Gravity based water purifiers
Gravity-based water purifiers combine multiple filtration processes in a single unit. Many people in India use gravity water purifiers because they are inexpensive. The main advantages of gravity water purifiers are their low cost and ability to operate without the use of electricity.
Sediment Cartridge Filter
In more sophisticated water purifiers, sediment cartridge filters are usually the first of a series of filters. A sediment filter's primary function is to remove larger solid particles from water, such as mud, dirt, sludge, and other similar solid particles. The sediment filter's pore size is usually 20 microns. Filters for sediment can become clogged, but they can be cleaned and reused.
Adsorbent Media based water purifiers
Aside from Activated Carbon, adsorbent-based water purifiers are rarely used. The Whirlpool Defender is a well-known adsorbent-based water purifier. Whirlpool Defender is an excellent tap water purifier. The Aquaguard Aquasure, water purifier, which uses an adsorbent material called Kintau Magnet, is another Adsorbent-based water purifier.
Some issues of Water Purifier Problems and solution
One of the most common issues is RO water leakage. You may notice a pool of water near your RO on occasion. You may notice this because the pipe connectors have loose connections, resulting in water leakage. You must double-check that all of the pipe fittings are securely in place.
Auto Shut-Off Failure
When the RO's water storage tank fills to a certain level, the purification process is automatically turned off. If the purifier's auto shut-off feature isn't working properly, it will run continuously. Water would overflow from the storage tank as a result of this.
Foul Odour or Bad Taste of Water
The RO water purifier does not have the same foul odor or taste. While drinking RO water, you can still detect a difference in taste or odor. The presence of chlorine, which is what smells, is the most common cause of the foul odor and bad taste. This can happen if the filters aren't properly filtering the water. As a result, the water has a typical odor and taste.
Vibrations or Noise in RO Purifiers
Because of the way RO pumps are designed to work, they, like any other water pump, become noisy over time. Many parts of a RO pump, such as bearings, move at high speeds to generate the required water pressure for RO purification.
Low Water Flow or Storage Tank Taking More Time to Fill
The RO purifier's filters are designed to filter out specific types and sizes of impurities. These filtered impurities become stuck on the surface of the filter/membrane. If the filters are not cleaned or replaced regularly, the impurities build up on the surface of the filter, obstructing the flow of water.
Excess Amount of Reject Water
Regardless of the brand or model, all RO water purifiers produce reject or wastewater. This RO reject water is contaminated with dissolved solids and should not be consumed. The reason for this is due to the presence of TDS and salt in the water. If your purifier is producing an unusually large amount of wastewater, the RO membrane is most likely clogged. The RO membrane will become clogged with all the dissolved solids that get stuck on its surface if it is not replaced on time.
RO purifier is not working:-Loose connections can also be one of the reasons for your RO water purifier to stop working
Water leaking:-Water leaking from the row is a common problem. The reason for the water leaking is due to the pipes not sitting properly inside the row. There can also be another reason for this, you should call a good technician, he will check and service the water purifier properly.