Chanson’s water ionizers have an automated cleaning cycle triggered by an internal sensor, however the company recommends customers manually clean their units at least once every 12 months. This routine maintenance will ensure the long-term effectiveness of your Chanson water ionizer.
While the company recommends going through the cleaning procedure at least once a year, testing your water ionizer every four to six weeks will let you know if you need to go through the process more often.
This article details the cleaning process recommended by Chanson.
By using PH testing drops or a pH meter once every four to six weeks to test both your tap water and the ionized water, you’ll have a good idea of “normal performance” of your unit. Most source water changes seasonally. Variations can also occur based on local usage and any changes to your local water supply. If you test your TAP/SOURCE water AND the water being produced at your preferred alkaline level, you will a good idea of what pH level your Chanson water ionizer should be producing based on the alkalinity of your source water at any given time.
If you see changes – the tap water is testing the same but your alkaline ionized water is not as alkaline as it should be – that’s usually an indicator that it’s time to clean your Chanson water ionizer.
You’ll need to purchase a couple of inexpensive items for the procedure:
** This procedure may need to be repeated 1-3 times. If you have gone for long periods without a flush and you know you have very hard water and the flush procedure is not working, you may need to send the machine in for a thorough cleaning.***
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