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What is TDS?

TDS stands for total dissolved solids and represents the total concentration of dissolved substances in water.

What is the power consumption?

It depends on all pumps used for the equipment (different capacity use different pumps.)

How do I know what’s in my water?

If you receive water from a municipal water supplier, then you can review your local “Consumer Confidence Report” (CRC) to learn what is in your water. Each year, public water suppliers are required to provided a CRC. If you are on a private well, you can send sample of the water to a certified laboratory to do water analysis.

Which type of water treatment product should I purchase?

Once you know what is in your water, then you can better determine what you want to remove. This is accomplished with your water analysis. Next investigate and learn about what type of systems are available that address your specific needs. There are a number of resources that you can use to make a good buying decision.

My water taste bad? What may be the cause and how to improve?

If you want to treat the water to drinking and cooking water, a reverse osmosis system is a great option. Reverse Osmosis can remove dissolved solids, organic, lead, iron, fluoride, nitrates and dozens of other contaminants. In addition, an RO system can greatly improve the taste and the quality of your water by removing chlorine and other offensive tastes.

Once you have identified what is causing the taste problem you can then research what type of water treatment equipment is designed to address your specific needs.

Why I need to use water pump for the RO system?

The required inlet pressure of the RO system is 1-3 bar. If you use raw water tank, there is no pressure of the water tank. So raw water pump is needed for the RO system.

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