How Reverse Osmosis Flush Valves Work ?
Flush valves are used on some on all RO units but not all. If you have a standard RO system, it probably doesn't have one.
The use of the flush system is to help prevent scaling or polluting of the RO membrane by providing a speedy rinse which washes away impurities and makes the membrane clean.
Standard RO system units are not normally fitted with flush valves, but these manual flash kits can be easily added. Flush valve are commonly manually controlled, but electronic flush valves can also be used for RO units.
The auto flush notably optimize the service life of the membranes in reverse osmosis systems and improves the control between production and required flushing intervals. The interval flushing make certain that it does not deposits on the membrane surface as is frequently the case with conventional production phases.
As soon as the RO system is starts, auto flush switches to flushing mode to take away old water from the system. After changing to production mode, the flushing valve now automatically manages the interval flushing cycles. The interval flushing of 10 to 15 seconds improves the cleaning effect of the flushing process and water consumption is clearly decreased.