How the hw autoflush works
As soon as the reverse osmosis system is put into operation, the hw®-autoflush switches to a rinsing process in order to remove old water from the system. After switching to production mode, the hw®-autoflush now automatically controls the interval rinses. Due to the hourly interval rinsing of 10 to 15 seconds, compared to the manual rinsing process lasting several minutes after a longer production time, the cleaning effect of the rinsing process increases and the total water consumption is significantly reduced.
The reverse osmosis system can be operated almost maintenance-free, except for occasional fine- or carbon filter changes. The annoying keeping track of the rinsing intervals is completely eliminated. This is an immense advantage if the system is used from several persons and especially with automatic refill systems.
- Automatic interval flushing every 50 – 60 minutes of operation
- Automatic self-cleaning of the flush valve
- Hermetically sealed, robust electromechanics for an extremely long service life
- Easily retrofittable for almost all conventional reverse osmosis systems
- Ideal for all areas where minimal maintenance is required
If retrofitted to an existing reverse osmosis device:
In this case, the hw®-autoflush is installed with a T-piece (item no. Hw-019360 for 1/4 “outer diameter approx. 6.3 mm) between the membrane housing and the existing flush valve of the reverse osmosis device. The manual flush valve of the device is then set once to the desired ultra-pure to wastewater ratio. After commissioning the hw®-autoflush, it then automatically controls the rinsing intervals. In this case, the manual flush valve only serves as a pure flow limiter!
Scope of delivery:
- hw®-autoflush valve with already assembled fittings / hose connections.
- Power supply (220V mains voltage / 24V output voltage).