Introduction to the core components and filter elements of the laboratory water purifier
Introduction to filter elements at all levels of the laboratory water purifier:
Level * I: PPF coagulation sedimentation filter element is used to pretreat the tap water to filter out the sediment, suspended solids, colloid, impurities, etc. in the water. It has a large filtering area and sewage holding capacity, good filtering effect, long service life, and can be cleaned and reused
Level II: UDF filter element absorbs substances harmful to human health, such as Sunda flavor, Sunda color, residual chlorine, halohydrocarbon and organic substances in water. KDF can remove more than 90% residual chlorine, which greatly extends the life of activated carbon.
Level III: CTO coagulation and sedimentation filter element can deeply adsorb such harmful substances as Sundan color, Sundan flavor, halogenated hydrocarbons and organic substances in the water, and effectively improve the taste of the water. Long life compressed activated carbon and mesh structure with high dirt absorption capacity make the filter element have dual function filtration performance.
Level 4: RO reverse osmosis membrane coagulating sedimentation reverse osmosis membrane has a pore diameter of 0.0001 μ m. A bacterium needs to be reduced by 4000 times and infectious disease source needs to be reduced by more than 200 times before it can pass. Therefore, all impurities in the water, soluble solid bacteria and viruses, cannot penetrate the high precision reverse osmosis membrane. The reverse osmosis membrane separates the water from other impurities and pollutants. Harmful substances are automatically discharged from the concentrated water, and pure water enters the village bucket for standby
Level 5: The post activated carbon coagulating sedimentation filter further removes the Sunda smell, residual chlorine and bacteriostasis, prevents the secondary pollution of the purified water, and makes the drinking water more hygienic and safe.