Tap, Elbow And Connecter
RO (Reverse Osmosis) filters are commonly used to purify water, and they require several plumbing components to function effectively. Here is a description of the role and function of each of the components mentioned in the context of an RO filter system:
- Tap: In an RO water system, a tap is typically used to dispense the purified water. The tap is connected to the RO unit, which is responsible for purifying the water, and it provides an easy way for users to access the clean water.
- Elbow: An elbow is a plumbing fitting that is often used in an RO filter system to change the direction of the water flow. This is particularly useful when space is limited, and it is not possible to run pipes or tubing in a straight line. Elbows are also commonly used in areas where the plumbing needs to go around corners or obstacles.
- Elbow Tap Adapter: An elbow tap adapter is a combination of an elbow fitting and a tap. It is used to change the direction of the water flow and provide a tap for dispensing the purified water. This type of adapter is particularly useful in situations where it is not possible to run a straight line from the RO unit to the tap.
- Elbow Connector: An elbow connector is used to connect two pieces of tubing or piping at a 90-degree angle. In an water purifier system, they are used to join the different components of the system, such as the pre-filters, RO unit, and post-filters.
- Tap Connector: A tap connector is used to connect the tap to the RO filter system. It typically consists of a flexible hose with fittings on either end that attach to the tap and the RO unit. The tap connector allows for easy installation and removal of the tap and provides a secure and leak-proof connection.