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Author: Time: 05/03/2018 Read: 184

     Do you want to know the differences between activated carbon, hollow fiber UF membrane, reverse-osmosis membrane and ceramic filters? If do, please finish the article.
1.  Activated carbon filter
     Activated carbon, also called activated charcoal, is a form of carbon processed to have small, low-volume pores that increase the surface area available for adsorption or chemical reactions. Including bald sintered activated carbon, black skeleton sintered activated carbon and granular activated carbon and the like, activated carbon whose lifespan is about 6 months is made of high quality nut shell carbon and coal activated carbon. What can it do? It can remove water organic compound, residual chlorine and other radioactive material. Also it can improve taste. But it could easily cause secondary pollution, which is suitable for light-pollution areas.
2.  Hollow fiber UF membrane filter
     The development of hollow fiber UF membrane filter is one of the earliest polymer membranes. Without chemical reagent then no pollution, it is organic membrane, whose filter rate reaches 0.01 um. With simple structure, long life and large water, it is convenient to maintain. Unfortunately, it can’t remove limescale.
3.  Reverse-osmosis filter. 
     Reverse-osmosis filter can remove limescale, inclusion and 99.999% of waterborne bacteria. However, it need to waste 3 glass of water to get 1 glass of clean water. In addition, it perhaps filters out helpful microelement and it needs power.
4.  Ceramic filter
     Ceramic filter, 0.15 um, is eco-friendly material with long lifespan about 10 to 12 months, even 3 to 5 years. To your surprise, it is easily to clean and regenerate. However, with bad flexibility and alkali resistance, it is friable.