Why you need to use Sani-System regularly:
Water treatment equipment should be sanitized regularly to maintain quality service levels. If equipment is not properly cared for, bacteria begins to grow and multiply wherever the water sits, including on the inside surfaces of tanks and hoses. Putting impure water in the tank can also be a cause, but over time, bacteria grows — even in chlorinated water. When water sits in a tank or hose, chlorine levels drop, reducing its chemical ability to prevent bacterial growth. Filters can also filter out chlorine, making the water more susceptible to bacterial growth. In addition, system equipment such as hoses, filters and canisters can harbor and help to support bacterial growth.
Sani-System eliminates harmful micro-organisms:
When used as directed, Sani-System kills bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus (Staph), Escherichia coli (E. coli), Listeria and other micro-organisms that grow on the untreated surfaces of water quality equipment like water softeners and RO units. It eliminates odors and sanitizes tanks, lines and hoses. Specialized products similar to Sani-System are commonly used in restaurants, food processing plants and medical facilities to sanitize drinking glasses, food preparation equipment and other hard surfaces.
Sani-System Sanitizes in Five Easy Steps:
- One: Shut off water supply to RO unit and remove membrane and all filters. Use
rubber gloves and store filters and membranes in water to prevent damage.
- Two: Open pure water faucet and depressurize system
- Three: Pour entire packet of Sani-System directly into the first main housing unit. Make
sure pure water faucet is closed and turn on water supply.
- Four: Allow system to fill with water. The time will vary depending on the water
pressure. However, the system should be full within 5 – 10 minutes without the
filters or membrane. Flush the system two times.
- Five: Replace or re-install membranes and all filters