Replacement Ionicore Osmosis Membrane USomotic Tfc 2012 - 180 Gdp
Reverse osmosis (abbreviation: RO, from the English Reverse Osmosis) is the process that represents the finest water filtration technique, as it does not simply consist of removing unwanted substances but is able to remove polluting agents at an ionic level , harmful and reduce minerals. The membranes used in osmosis are generally made of polyamide (PA).
These R.O. membranes TFC (thin film composite) are available with flow rates from 50 to 180 gal / day for use in standard housings for residential use. All models are NSF / ANSI 58 certified for the reduction of Arsenic ("V" Pentavalent), Barium, Cadmium, Chromium (Hexavalent), Chromium (Trivalent), Copper, Cyst, Turbidity, Fluoride, Lead, Radio 226/228, Selenium and TDS and are certified DM 174/2004 (Italian Ministry Decree). The membrane removes up to 98% total dissolved solids (TDS), delivering healthier and safer drinking water.
* High rejection & Flow rate
* Made in the USA
* ISO 9001: 2008 Certificate
* Standard dimensions: it can be mounted in any Reverse Osmosis system
* Max. Input hardness: 25 ° F. (250 ppm)
* Max. Free chlorine: 0.1 ppm
Membrane type: Spiral wound
Membrane composed of 3 layers
1. The fully aromatic cross-linked polyamide 0.2 µm.
2. Polysulfone 40 µm.
3. Non-woven 120 µm polyester fabric.
50 GPD 0.35 m2 (3.8 sq. Ft)
75 GPD 0.35 m2 (3.8 sq. Ft)
100 GPD 0.52 m2 (5.6 sq. Ft)
150 GPD 0.58 m2 (6.2 sq. Ft)
180 GPD 0.64 m2 (6.9 sq. Ft)
Nominal characteristics of TFC rejections:
Ca & Mg hardness: 93-97%
Viruses and Bacteria: 99% +
The rejection can vary according to the pressure, the pH, the temperature and the general quality of the feed water.
Reverse osmosis is not a device that makes water drinkable (non-drinking water in drinking water) and works only if it is installed on water compliant with the law, municipal or well drinking water if previously made drinkable with adequate and effective systems , previously studied and customized for that type of water. Do not use the system where water is microbiologically dangerous or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection upstream and downstream of the system. All systems must be preserved according to the manufacturer's instructions. The polluting parts removed or reduced by this system are not necessarily in your water. Suggested membrane replacement: when the flow becomes too slow or at least every 24 months.