The school cafeteria is an essential place for teachers and students’ daily life, and water dispensers are indispensable equipment in school cafeterias. Regularly replacing the filter element of the water dispenser is necessary maintenance to ensure the drinking water safety. This article will introduce the relevant knowledge of replacing the filter element of the stainless steel water dispenser in the school cafeteria.
The filter element of the stainless steel water dispenser is a crucial component for filtering water quality. It can effectively remove impurities and odors in the water, ensuring clean and healthy drinking water. Common filter elements include PP sediment filter element, activated carbon filter element, and RO reverse osmosis membrane filter element.
In the school cafeteria, a combination of PP sediment and activated carbon filter elements is generally used in the stainless steel water dispenser. PP sediment filter element is composed of fibers and particles, which can effectively remove impurities such as sediment, rust, and particles in the water. The activated carbon filter element can adsorb odors, residual chlorine, organic matter, and other impurities in the water. The combination of these two filter elements can better remove impurities and odors in the water, ensuring clean and healthy water quality.
To ensure the filtering effect of the water dispenser, the filter element should be replaced regularly. Generally, the 2 in 1 PP sediment with carbon filter element needs to be replaced every 3-6 months. The specific replacement time can be determined based on the local water quality and usage frequency.