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Olans Water Purifier

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Function of olans water purifier and water dispenser: 

Water Purifier Series Table top water purifier

Easy installation
7 Stage filters
Large water flow
Direct drinking
No electricity
Softened and Mineralized Water
Easy replacement of filters with no tools 

 

Water Dispenser Series

Children lock
7 –stage filters
Softened and Mineralized Water
Tap water source, no bottle.
Direct drinking
LCD display
3- TAP Hot water ,Cold water and Normal water
Color: Milk White / Red

 

 

Product Description

 

 

Description of olans water purifier and water dispenser:

1.7 filters system ,12 grades filter
2.Direct drinking.
3.Tap water source
4.Alkaline water
5.Eliminate carcinogen and heavy metal ion in the water
6.Curb bacteria,enhance the resistance to improve energy
7.No electricity operated,saving energy.
8.Easy to change the filter inside
9.Large water flow,4 times as the conventional water machine.
10.Portable,table top designed.

11.Material: ABS Plastic
12.Water Purifying Capacity: 3000L
13.Applicable water: 5°c ~ 45°c
14.Water source: Tap water
15.Water flow: 2.5L/Min
16.Ph Value :≥8.0
17.Orp :≤-100MV
18.Use:Under sink

 

 

 

 

Specification

   Specification of water purifier and water dispenser 

Filters & Detail

Filters and details of olans water purifier and water dispenser 

 

 

High Quality PP Cotton Filter:

It’s a kind of pre-filtration, it can remove the particles, impurities, sands and rust,  and to protect the behind filter cartridges for water treatment system.

1. corrosion, rust resistance;

2. portability;
3. widely used in RO;
4. adequate thermal stability;
5. competitive price, high quality, durable life;
6. Three layers structure catridge offers high dirt holding capacity,longerservice life;
7. 100% Pure Polypropylene will not cause any pollution to water;
8. Groove design to extend the filtration surface area;
9. It can be respectively installed in front of water and pure water machine 1,3 level.

 

Activated Carbon +KDF

Pharmaceutical grade material;
imported membranes(Millipore, PALL) or local membrane for option;
Pharmaceutical grade workshops;(according to GMP criterion)
strick test before packing
1. high flow rates with good absorption;
2. wide chemical applicability, high resist to acid and alkali;
3. strong absorption ability to Cl.(chlorine), pigment and peculiar smell;
4. easy installation, replacement and maintenance.
Besides holding up particle impurities, getting rid of smells, this cartridge can also
reduce chlorine and chloramine, heavy metal in water effectively.
This will improve the safety of drinking water and some industrial using water a lot.

 

 

Ion Exchange Resin Filter

Highly crosslinked cation ion exchange resin filter is a premium high purity grade of conventional gel poly(styrene sulfonate) cation-exchange resin. Its chemical and physical stability, particularly its resistance to oxidation and very low extractables content plays a large part in its successful employment in demineralization of water. The size grading ensures trouble free operation in both standard coflow and counterflow operation. The higher density spheres of the graded cation resin ensures good backwash separation at the recommended flow rates. The low percentage swelling on conversion from exhausted to regenerated form allows the resin bed to be free of compacted areas when reintroduced to service in the exhaustion cycle. This ensures low pressure drop during service. Water softening strong acid cation polystyrene resin is available in a number of grades specially designed for different applications.

 

 

Natural Mineral Stone Filter 

Maifan Stone, also known as “bakuhanseki” is a special mineral rock used in Chinese medicine to treat various skin diseases. It is composed of minerals including but not limited to plagioclase feldspar, orthoclase feldspar, hornblende, and biotite (all four mentioned before are silicate minerals). Maifan Stone contains plenty of micro-nutrient elements, such as calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, copper, and selenium, all essential to a healthy human body. As a Chinese medicine, it is especially useful in treating skin tumors and ulcers. In addition to that, many mineral water manufacturers in China dissolve a small amount of Maifan Stone during the preparation of their product, meant to enhance the micro-nutrient density in the water. In ordinary cooking, both rice and tea, while being washed, may be dipped with Maifan Stone to increase their effects on health. Maifan stone has been used as a water filtration and conditioning media for shower and bath filters.
Maifanite filter
1 Artificial mineral water
2 Nutrutional additives
3 Food preservation
4.Export experience

 

 

High Energy Bio-Ceramic Filter 

Ceramic water filters are an inexpensive and effective type of water filter, that rely on the small pore size of ceramic material to filter dirt, debris, and bacteria out of water.
The Ceramic Filter as a high-class filter material, using quality diatomite as raw material, after being shaped and sintered in higher temperatures. With a high physical, chemical stability, it can effectively remove all the suspended solids, colloid and bacteria from the water in neutral, acidic and alkaline conditions.
The various ceramic filter cartridge is sintered by the special material.
This cartridge has less than 0.2 micron precision,can remove harmful substances such as: dust,particles and bacteria. It has high flowrate, long service life and chemistry stability. The advantage of this cartridge is that it can be washed with brush when the cartridge is dirty.

 

 

Negative Potential Antioxidant Filter 

remove the excessive free radicalsIt’s able to take effective prevention and combating against senile plaques, Parkinson’s, cataracts, arterial sclerosis, cerebral apoplexy, malignant change of cell, etc. caused by the free radicals.

An antioxidant is a molecule that inhibits the oxidation of other molecules. Oxidation is a chemical reaction that transfers electrons or hydrogen from a substance to an oxidizing agent. Oxidation reactions can produce free radicals. In turn, these radicals can start chain reactions. When the chain reaction occurs in a cell, it can cause damage or death to the cell. Antioxidants terminate these chain reactions by removing free radical intermediates, and inhibit other oxidation reactions. They do this by being oxidized themselves, so antioxidants are often reducing agents such as thiols, ascorbic acid, or polyphenols.

 

 

Hollow Fiber Ultrafiltration Membrane

Ultrafiltration (UF) is a variety of membrane filtration in which forces like pressure or concentration gradients leads to a separation through a semipermeable membrane. Suspended solids and solutes of high molecular weight are retained in the so-called retentate, while water and low molecular weight solutes pass through the membrane in the permeate. This separation process is used in industry and research for purifying and concentrating macromolecular (103 – 106 Da) solutions, especially protein solutions. Ultrafiltration is not fundamentally different from microfiltration. Both of these separate based on size exclusion or particle capture. It is fundamentally different from membrane gas separation, which separate based on different amounts of absorption and different rates of diffusion. Ultrafiltration membranes are defined by the Molecular Weight Cut Off (MWCO) of the membrane used. Ultrafiltration is applied in cross-flow or dead-end mode.

1.Smaller nominal pore size can be wholly reject bacteria,viruses ,colloids and micromolecular ;
2.Super hydrophilic, high strength,anti fouling, chemical resistance and easy maintaining;
3.Outside-in flow configuration for high tolerance to feed solids etc particulates;
4.UPVC housing eliminate the need for pressure vessels and are resistant to UV light.
5.Standard 4040,5040,6040,8040,8060,2860/80 can easy to connection and replacement;
6.Potting with epoxy / PU ,ABS / UPVC /stainless steel housing.

 

 

High Energy Magnetic Filter

Magnetic water treatment (also known as anti-scale magnetic treatment or AMT) is a controversial method of supposedly reducing the effects of hard water by passing it through a magnetic field, as a non-chemical alternative to water softening.
There is a lack of peer-reviewed laboratory data, mechanistic explanations and documented field studies and erroneous conclusions about their efficacy are based on applications with uncontrolled variables, Magnetic water treatment is regarded as unproven and unscientific.

1.Effectively remove mud, rust,suspension matter, peculiar smell, bacterium and keep the beneficial microelement; decrease organic substance, heavy metal, chloride and other impurity;also well improve the taste.
2.Simple installation and easy operation
3.Two Years None replacements: Advanced flushing function design and good membrane material can ensure 2 years service life.

 

 

 

AT Light Energy Conversion Filter 

According to the theory of infrared light absorption, using infrared light materials with energy 2-20um, affect water and generated thermal effects, exciting vibration level of water molecules , freeing up the activity of nucleic acids protein molecules, to restore the body function and balance.

 

 

Micro-Crystal Granule Silver Carrying Active Carbon Filter 

1. Provide bad taste & odor and chlorine taste & odor reduction for drinking water
2. Injection molded and pressure rated to 125 psi
3. Silver impregnated to inhibit bacteria and virus
4. Fittings included

post inline water filters feature coconut shell, granular activated carbon with silver impregnated, and is designed to effectively reduce unwanted taste, odor and chorine as well as inhibit bacteria, virus from potable drinking water.
This filter includes a durable, injection molded polypropylene body and cap. They are pressure rated to 125 psi. and come standard with 1/4” NPT connections.
It is an ideal choice for post-RO, under sink, ice marker and food service application.

 

 

Company Information

Guangzhou Olans Water Treatment Equipments Co. Ltd
Established in 2006
Located in Guangzhou City South China. 
Professional manufacturer of Air purifiers, Water purifiers, Water dispensers and related accessories. 
Powerful R&D team with highly qualified designers and engineers .
Developing many new models each year .
OEM and ODM are available.
ISO9001:2008 Quality System Certification,
3C Certification of the Chinese National Mandatory Product 
The National Drinking Water Product Health Safety Certification by the Ministry of Public Health of China.
One of the leading companies in the water and air purifiers industry of China.
Our value : All for Customers, Quality First, Guide by Market,Continuous
Innovation and persist in All Function, Convenience and Utility, Reasonable Price. 
Your best choice.
Believe us ! 

Certifications

Certification of olans water purifier and water dispenser 

 

 

Factory

Factory of olans water purifier and waterdispenser:

1600 square meters of our new office .
6 qualified employees in the R&D team.
16 sales for domestic market and overseas market.
3200 square meters work shop with about 100 qualified workers.
A lot of experience of management about workshop line,
Each product gets through standard technological processes and 100% quality inspected. 
No defective product will be shipped to our customers.
Strict quality standard process for the purchasing of components from our suppliers. very reliable and long time partnership with our valuable suppliers.
30,000 units/month of production capacity. 

 

 

 

About Water Purifier

Water purification is the process of removing undesirable chemicals, biological contaminants, suspended solids and gases from contaminated water. The goal of this process is to produce water fit for a specific purpose. Most water is disinfected for human consumption (drinking water) but water purification may also be designed for a variety of other purposes, including meeting the requirements of medical, pharmacological, chemical and industrial applications. In general the methods used include physical processes such as filtration, sedimentation, and distillation, biological processes such as slow sand filters or biologically active carbon, chemical processes such as flocculation and chlorination and the use of electromagnetic radiation such as ultraviolet light.
The purification process of water may reduce the concentration of particulate matter including suspended particles, parasites, bacteria, algae, viruses, fungi; and a range of dissolved and particulate material derived from the surfaces that water may have made contact with after falling as rain.
The standards for drinking water quality are typically set by governments or by international standards. These standards will typically set minimum and maximum concentrations of contaminants for the use that is to be made of the water.
It is not possible to tell whether water is of an appropriate quality by visual examination. Simple procedures such as boiling or the use of a household activated carbon filter are not sufficient for treating all the possible contaminants that may be present in water from an unknown source. Even natural spring water – considered safe for all practical purposes in the 19th century – must now be tested before determining what kind of treatment, if any, is needed. Chemical and microbiological analysis, while expensive, are the only way to obtain the information necessary for deciding on the appropriate method of purification.
According to a 2007 World Health Organization report, 1.1 billion people lack access to an improved drinking water supply, 88 percent of the 4 billion annual cases of diarrheal disease are attributed to unsafe water and inadequate sanitation and hygiene, and 1.8 million people die from diarrheal diseases each year. The WHO estimates that 94 percent of these diarrheal cases are preventable through modifications to the environment, including access to safe water.Simple techniques for treating water at home, such as chlorination, filters, and solar disinfection, and storing it in safe containers could save a huge number of lives each year. Reducing deaths from waterborne diseases is a major public health goal in developing countries.

Membrane filtration

Membrane filters are widely used for filtering both drinking water and sewage. For drinking water, membrane filters can remove virtually all particles larger than 0.2 um—including giardia and cryptosporidium. Membrane filters are an effective form of tertiary treatment when it is desired to reuse the water for industry, for limited domestic purposes, or before discharging the water into a river that is used by towns further downstream. They are widely used in industry, particularly for beverage preparation (including bottled water). However no filtration can remove substances that are actually dissolved in the water such as phosphorus, nitrates and heavy metal ions.

Removal of ions and other dissolved substances

Ultrafiltration membranes use polymer membranes with chemically formed microscopic pores that can be used to filter out dissolved substances avoiding the use of coagulants. The type of membrane media determines how much pressure is needed to drive the water through and what sizes of micro-organisms can be filtered out.

Ion exchange:Ion exchange systems use ion exchange resin- or zeolite-packed columns to replace unwanted ions. The most common case is water softening consisting of removal of Ca2+ and Mg2+ ions replacing them with benign (soap friendly) Na+ or K+ ions. Ion exchange resins are also used to remove toxic ions such as nitrite, lead, mercury, arsenic and many others.

Precipitative softening:13.12–13.58 Water rich in hardness (calcium and magnesium ions) is treated with lime (calcium oxide) and/or soda-ash (sodium carbonate) to precipitate calcium carbonate out of solution utilizing the common-ion effect.

Electrodeionization: Water is passed between a positive electrode and a negative electrode. Ion exchange membranes allow only positive ions to migrate from the treated water toward the negative electrode and only negative ions toward the positive electrode. High purity deionized water is produced with a little worse degree of purification in comparison with ion exchange treatment. Complete removal of ions from water is regarded as electrodialysis. The water is often pre-treated with a reverse osmosis unit to remove non-ionic organic contaminants.

Ozone disinfection
Ozone is an unstable molecule which readily gives up one atom of oxygen providing a powerful oxidizing agent which is toxic to most waterborne organisms. It is a very strong, broad spectrum disinfectant that is widely used in Europe. It is an effective method to inactivate harmful protozoa that form cysts. It also works well against almost all other pathogens. Ozone is made by passing oxygen through ultraviolet light or a “cold” electrical discharge. To use ozone as a disinfectant, it must be created on-site and added to the water by bubble contact. Some of the advantages of ozone include the production of fewer dangerous by-products and the absence of taste and odour problems (in comparison to chlorination) . Although fewer by-products are formed by ozonation, it has been discovered that ozone reacts with bromide ions in water to produce concentrations of the suspected carcinogen bromate. Bromide can be found in fresh water supplies in sufficient concentrations to produce (after ozonation) more than 10 parts per billion (ppb) of bromate — the maximum contaminant level established by the USEPA. Another advantage of ozone is that it leaves no residual disinfectant in the water. Ozone has been used in drinking water plants since 1906 where the first industrial ozonation plant was built in Nice, France. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has accepted ozone as being safe; and it is applied as an anti-microbiological agent for the treatment, storage, and processing of foods.
Ultraviolet disinfection
Ultraviolet light (UV) is very effective at inactivating cysts, in low turbidity water. UV light’s disinfection effectiveness decreases as turbidity increases, a result of the absorption, scattering, and shadowing caused by the suspended solids. The main disadvantage to the use of UV radiation is that, like ozone treatment, it leaves no residual disinfectant in the water; therefore, it is sometimes necessary to add a residual disinfectant after the primary disinfection process. This is often done through the addition of chloramines, discussed above as a primary disinfectant. When used in this manner, chloramines provide an effective residual disinfectant with very few of the negative effects of chlorination.

Distillation removes all minerals from water, and the membrane methods of reverse osmosis and nanofiltration remove most to all minerals. This results in demineralized water which is not considered ideal drinking water. The World Health Organization has investigated the health effects of demineralized water since 1980.Experiments in humans found that demineralized water increased diuresis and the elimination of electrolytes, with decreased blood serum potassium concentration. Magnesium, calcium, and other minerals in water can help to protect against nutritional deficiency. Demineralized water may also increase the risk from toxic metals because it more readily leaches materials from piping like lead and cadmium, which is prevented by dissolved minerals such as calcium and magnesium. Low-mineral water has been implicated in specific cases of lead poisoning in infants, when lead from pipes leached at especially high rates into the water. Recommendations for magnesium have been put at a minimum of 10 mg/L with 20–30 mg/L optimum; for calcium a 20 mg/L minimum and a 40–80 mg/L optimum, and a total water hardness (adding magnesium and calcium) of 2 to 4 mmol/L. At water hardness above 5 mmol/L, higher incidence of gallstones, kidney stones, urinary stones, arthrosis, and arthropathies have been observed.[45] Additionally, desalination processes can increase the risk of bacterial contamination.

Other popular methods for purifying water, especially for local private supplies are listed below. In some countries some of these methods are also used for large scale municipal supplies. Particularly important are distillation (de-salination of seawater) and reverse osmosis.

Boiling: Bringing it to its boiling point at 100 °C (212 °F), is the oldest and most effective way since it eliminates most microbes causing intestine related diseases, but it cannot remove chemical toxins or impurities.[38] For human health, complete sterilization of water is not required, since the heat resistant microbes are not intestine affecting.[37] The traditional advice of boiling water for ten minutes is mainly for additional safety, since microbes start getting eliminated at temperatures greater than 60 °C (140 °F). Though the boiling point decreases with increasing altitude, it is not enough to affect the disinfecting process. In areas where the water is “hard” (that is, containing significant dissolved calcium salts), boiling decomposes the bicarbonate ions, resulting in partial precipitation as calcium carbonate. This is the “fur” that builds up on kettle elements, etc., in hard water areas. With the exception of calcium, boiling does not remove solutes of higher boiling point than water and in fact increases their concentration (due to some water being lost as vapour). Boiling does not leave a residual disinfectant in the water. Therefore, water that is boiled and then stored for any length of time may acquire new pathogens.
Granular Activated Carbon filtering: a form of activated carbon with a high surface area, adsorbs many compounds including many toxic compounds. Water passing through activated carbon is commonly used in municipal regions with organic contamination, taste or odors. Many household water filters and fish tanks use activated carbon filters to further purify the water. Household filters for drinking water sometimes contain silver as metallic silver nanoparticle. If water is held in the carbon block for longer period, microorganisms can grow inside which results in fouling and contamination. Silver nanoparticles are excellent anti-bacterial material and they can decompose toxic halo-organic compounds such as pesticides into non-toxic organic products.
Distillation involves boiling the water to produce water vapour. The vapour contacts a cool surface where it condenses as a liquid. Because the solutes are not normally vaporised, they remain in the boiling solution. Even distillation does not completely purify water, because of contaminants with similar boiling points and droplets of unvapourised liquid carried with the steam. However, 99.9% pure water can be obtained by distillation.
Reverse osmosis: Mechanical pressure is applied to an impure solution to force pure water through a semi-permeable membrane. Reverse osmosis is theoretically the most thorough method of large scale water purification available, although perfect semi-permeable membranes are difficult to create. Unless membranes are well-maintained, algae and other life forms can colonize the membranes.
The use of iron in removing arsenic from water. See Arsenic contamination of groundwater.
Direct contact membrane distillation (DCMD). Applicable to desalination. Heated seawater is passed along the surface of a hydrophobic polymer membrane. Evaporated water passes from the hot side through pores in the membrane into a stream of cold pure water on the other side. The difference in vapour pressure between the hot and cold side helps to push water molecules through.
Desalination – is a process by which saline water (generally sea water) is converted to fresh water. The most common desalination processes are distillation and reverse osmosis. Desalination is currently expensive compared to most alternative sources of water, and only a very small fraction of total human use is satisfied by desalination. It is only economically practical for high-valued uses (such as household and industrial uses) in arid areas.
Gas hydrate crystals centrifuge method. If carbon dioxide or other low molecular weight gas is mixed with contaminated water at high pressure and low temperature, gas hydrate crystals will form exothermically. Separation of the crystalline hydrate may be performed by centrifuge or sedimentation and decanting. Water can be released from the hydrate crystals by heating
In Situ Chemical Oxidation, a form of advanced oxidation processes and advanced oxidation technology, is an environmental remediation technique used for soil and/or groundwater remediation to reduce the concentrations of targeted environmental contaminants to acceptable levels. ISCO is accomplished by injecting or otherwise introducing strong chemical oxidizers directly into the contaminated medium (soil or groundwater) to destroy chemical contaminants in place. It can be used to remediate a variety of organic compounds, including some that are resistant to natural degradation