It’s the number one reason customers send water ionizers back to a company for repair – and it is 100% preventable. The technicians I spoke with agreed that most issues they address at the repair facility are related to buildup inside the water ionizer.
The basic under counter water ionizer installation process is the same is the same for all brands and models. The connection ports and hoses on each under counter water ionizer will be slightly different for each model but the basic under counter water ionizer installation process is the same:
In February of 2013 IonWays and Jupiter water ionizer products were re-branded as AlkaViva
AlkaViva has made some changes to their recommended hard water protection of the Athena, Delphi and Melody models. They also have a supplemental cleaning protocol that they are recommending in addition to the automated DARC cleaning system in these models.
A common question water ionizer shoppers ask is “How will I know it’s time to change the filters in my water ionizer?”
Every water ionizer will have a filter life indicator that tells you it’s time to change the filter – but you can’t always rely on your water ionizer’s internal filter life mechanism.
Here are some things you should know about your water ionizer’s “true” filter life and tips to ensure you’re changing the filters when they really need to be changed…