Filters

Hydro

The PAC filter (1) needs to be changed when it expires, which means one year after first use or when 3000 liters of water have been consumed before reaching one year from the first use.

The RO filter (2) needs to be changed when it expires, which means two years after first use or when 6000 liters of water have been consumed before reaching two years from the first use.

The CF filter (3) needs to be changed when it expires, which means one year after first use or when 3000 liters of water have been consumed before reaching one year from the first use.

On the Hydro panel, you can see three numbers 1, 2, 3, symbolizing each filter. These numbers are located next to the "Hydrogen" button. 

Pre-warning signal for filter replacement: when the number changes to orange, it means that the corresponding filter has 20% of its lifespan remaining. For example, if number 1 turns orange, it means that the PAC filter has 20% of its usage left, or its equivalent in liters, which is 600. The same logic applies to number 3 (CF filter). If it is number 2 (RO filter) that turns orange, it also means that it has 20% of its usage left, or its equivalent in liters, which is 1200.

Filter replacement warning signal: when the number changes to red, it means that it is time to change the filter and that it has been completely used up.

First Step: Turn off the device. Remove the top cover. 

Second step: Turn the filter to be removed counterclockwise according to the machine's instructions and pull it upwards. Place the new filter as appropriate and turn it clockwise until it is fixed. After replacing the filter(s), place the machine cover back as it was before.

Third step: Turn on the device and you will see that even with the new filter(s), the filter(s) signal remains red. You will need to press the reset button for 3 seconds to start the setup. Then select the filter number you want to configure with the reset button, the light of the selected filter number will flash. To finish the setup, press the reset button for another 3 seconds. The red light that was previously flashing will change to a static white light as before it turned orange.

You will need to repeat the third step if there is another filter to change.

Flow

The PC-C filter should be changed when it expires, which is one year after starting its use or when 3000 liters of water have been consumed before reaching one year from its first use.

The RO filter should be changed when it expires, which is two years after starting its use or when 6000 liters of water have been consumed before reaching two years from its first use.

Filter change warning signal: when the filter's light signal is orange, it means it has about 20% of its useful life left. For example, if the PC-C filter signal shows an orange color, it means it has 20% of use left, or its equivalent in liters, which is 600. The same logic applies to the RO filter if it were orange, except that it would have approximately 1200 liters of use left.

Filter change warning signal: when the filter's light signal is red, it indicates that the filter has been completely used up and it's time for a replacement.

Step One: Turn off the device. Remove the top cover. Lift the handle (gray color) of the filter to be replaced until it is as flat as possible.

Step Two: Turn the handle of the filter to be removed counterclockwise according to the arrow indicated on the machine and lift the filter. Place the new filter accordingly and turn it clockwise until it is fixed. After replacing the filter(s), place the machine cover back as it was before.

Step Three: Turn on the device, and you will see that even with the new filter(s), the filter button(s) remains red. You will need to press the reset button (illuminated square button) for 3 seconds to start the configuration. Next, the left light, which refers to the PC-C filter, will illuminate; press the reset button to change the filter, select the filter number you want to configure.

To finish the configuration, press the reset button for another 5 seconds, the red light that was blinking before will change to a static blue light.

You will need to repeat the third step if there is another filter to change. In case you need to change the RO filter, you will have to first remove the PC-C filter to prevent water from passing through, then remove and replace the RO filter and reinsert the PC-C filter, as if you remove the RO filter with the PC-C filter installed, the PC-C filter will allow water to pass into the RO filter compartment and water will leak from the device.

Information about Hydro Filter

PAC Composite Filter (Powdered Activated Carbon)

This filter is responsible for removing large particles of contaminants such as sediments, rust, and colloids. It absorbs different colors and odors, residual chlorine, and other bacteria, microorganisms, scales, and other impurities.

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Information about Hydro Filter

PAC Composite Filter (Powdered Activated Carbon)

This filter is responsible for removing large particles of contaminants such as sediments, rust, and colloids. It absorbs different colors and odors, residual chlorine, and other bacteria, microorganisms, scales, and other impurities.

High-flow RO Membrane 200G (Reverse Osmosis)

This filter also removes large particles of contaminants such as sediments, rust, and colloids. It has the ability to absorb different colors and odors, as well as residual chlorine.

Composite Filter of Strontium-rich Carbon Rod with Slightly Alkaline Properties:

This last filter has the ability to absorb different colors and odors, increase strontium content and other minerals, improve the taste of water, and make water sweeter and more delicious.

High-flow RO Membrane 200G (Reverse Osmosis)

This filter also removes large particles of contaminants such as sediments, rust, and colloids. It has the ability to absorb different colors and odors, as well as residual chlorine.

Composite Filter of Strontium-rich Carbon Rod with Slightly Alkaline Properties:

This last filter has the ability to absorb different colors and odors, increase strontium content and other minerals, improve the taste of water, and make water sweeter and more delicious.

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PP+C Filter (Folded Polypropylene + Carbon):

This is a 2-in-1 composite filter that combines polypropylene cotton with a carbon rod.

Its function is to intercept large impurities remaining in the water, such as pesticides, rust, and nitrate residues.

It is also capable of adsorbing residual chlorine, odors, colors, and other impurities.

PP+C Filter (Folded Polypropylene + Carbon):

This is a 2-in-1 composite filter that combines polypropylene cotton with a carbon rod.

Its function is to intercept large impurities remaining in the water, such as pesticides, rust, and nitrate residues.

It is also capable of adsorbing residual chlorine, odors, colors, and other impurities.

RO Reverse Osmosis Membrane:

It offers a purification precision of 0.0001 microns, allowing the removal of bacteria, residues of chemical pesticides, radioactive particles, and other small contaminants.

The main function of this filter is to provide high-precision purified water.

Back Carbon Rod:

This stage is designed to remove water odors, improve taste, and make water sweeter and more delicious.

RO Reverse Osmosis Membrane:

It offers a purification precision of 0.0001 microns, allowing the removal of bacteria, residues of chemical pesticides, radioactive particles, and other small contaminants.

The main function of this filter is to provide high-precision purified water.

Back Carbon Rod:

This stage is designed to remove water odors, improve taste, and make water sweeter and more delicious.

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