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To adapt to market's needs, Zhuhai Kaihao Electronics Co., Ltd. will insist on long-term improvement for robotic vacuum cleaner. Welcome to visit our factory! Kaihao Has Years of Experience in the Manufacturing Consumer Electronic Industry Compared with products in the same category, robotic vacuum cleaner's core competencies are mainly reflected in the following aspects. According to different needs of customers, Kaihao is capable of providing reasonable, comprehensive and optimal solutions for customers.

Is the front water purifier installed at home or outside the water meter box Installed behind the water meter, this is the first layer of protection and the most basic filtration, unless the quality of the municipal water can be guaranteed to be very good, but that kind is basically impossible in China, the installation of the front water purifier has a long life and high cost performance. It can protect and extend the life of PP cotton or other first-class filter elements of the terminal water purifier. The better pre-filter water purifier will basically filter out the water quality much better. for example, the type of pre-filter with the Ryder West level can basically put most of the water impurities (such as rust, aquatic animals and plants, residue, etc.) is filtered out in the first line of defense, which is the first barrier protection for domestic water. It is also the most important one.

Water filter 1 micron and 5 micron which is good? The filter filtering accuracy of 1 micron is higher than that of 5 microns, so the filter of 1 micron is good. this mainly depends on what aspect you are doing. if you look at it briefly, 1um is definitely better because the filtering accuracy is high, but sometimes 5um is OK, and there is no need for such a high accuracy of 1 micron. 1 micron water filter with small hole 1 micron is good and cleaner.
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