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Residential RO Membranes

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Product Description

These membranes range from 24 to 150 gallons per day and all fit in a standard residential RO membrane housing.  24 through 100 gpd membranes are manufactured in the USA by Filmtec. In systems that include ion exchange/deionization, a higher rejection membrane will extend the useful lifespan of the DI resin.

 

           Factory Specifications - Residential Membranes

Membrane Capacity (gpd)1 Pressure (psi)2 Temperature (F)2 Feedwater TDS (ppm) Rejection (%)3
24 50 77 250 96 to 98
50 50 77 250 96 to 98
75 50 77 250 96 to 99
MAXR 75 50 77 250 98+
100 50 77 250 96 to 98
150 65 77 550 96 to 98
200 65 77 550 90 to 92

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 Membrane capacity is expressed in gallon per day, or gpd.  Low pressure or cold water will result in the membrane producing fewer gallons per day.

2 The pressures and temperatures shown here should not be considered "ideal" or "maximums."  They are simply the standards supplied to the membrane by the manufacturer for purposes of testing membrane performance.

3 The term "rejection" refers to the proportion of TDS in the feedwater which the membrane does not allow to pass into the purified water stream.  Although related, it does not provide any information concerning the ratio of concentrate (a.k.a. waste water) to permeate (a.k.a. RO water). 

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