Reverse Osmosis Membrane Elements

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Reverse Osmosis Membrane Elements

  1. 1. Reverse Osmosis Membranes
  2. 2. 1. Manufacturer of spiral wound reverse osmosis, nanofiltration and ultrafiltration membranes for more than 25 years. 2. Manufactured with the industry’s leading membrane film technology. 3. Established and proven quality assurance and manufacturing processes. 4. Proprietary ABS hard shell exterior protects the fragile membrane material within the element. 5. The industry’s lowest operating pressure membrane, the AXEON HF5-Series. Why AXEON Membranes?
  3. 3. Manufactured with the industry’s leading membrane film polyamide thin-film composite material Utilized for low energy requirements and for rejection rates of up to 99.0% . For more information, visit HF1-Series Membrane Elements HF1-Series Membrane Elements Available Sizes: ▪ 2514 ▪ 4014 ▪ 2521 ▪ 4021 ▪ 2540 ▪ 4040 Operating Pressure: 150 psi
  4. 4. Manufactured with the industry’s leading membrane film polyamide thin-film composite material Utilized for extra low energy requirements and for rejection rates of up to 99.0% . For more information, visit HF4-Series Membrane Elements HF4-Series Membrane Elements Available Sizes: ▪ 2514 ▪ 4014 ▪ 2521 ▪ 4021 ▪ 2540 ▪ 4040 Operating Pressure: 100 psi
  5. 5. Manufactured with the industry’s leading membrane film polyamide thin-film composite material Utilized for ultra low energy requirements and for rejection rates of up to 98.5% . For more information, visit HF5-Series Membrane Elements HF5-Series Membrane Elements Available Sizes: ▪ 4014 ▪ 4021 ▪ 4040 Operating Pressure: 80 psi
  6. 6. Manufactured with the industry’s leading membrane film polyamide thin-film composite material Utilized when rejection rates of up to 99.5% are required for higher quality product water. For more information, visit HR3-Series Membrane Elements HR3-Series Membrane Elements Available Sizes: ▪ 2514 ▪ 4014 ▪ 2521 ▪ 4021 ▪ 2540 ▪ 4040 Operating Pressure: 225 psi
  7. 7. Manufactured with the industry’s leading membrane film polyamide thin-film composite material Utilized for softening applications and for rejection rates of up to 40 - 50%. For more information, visit NF3-Series Membrane Elements NF3-Series Membrane Elements Available Sizes: ▪ 2514 ▪ 4014 ▪ 2521 ▪ 4021 ▪ 2540 ▪ 4040 Operating Pressure: 70 psi
  8. 8. Manufactured with the industry’s leading membrane film polyamide thin-film composite material Utilized for softening applications and for rejection rates of up to 80 - 90%. For more information, visit NF4-Series Membrane Elements NF4-Series Membrane Elements Available Sizes: ▪ 2514 ▪ 4014 ▪ 2521 ▪ 4021 ▪ 2540 ▪ 4040 Operating Pressure: 70 psi
  9. 9. Basics of Reverse Osmosis How Does Reverse Osmosis Work? Reverse Osmosis is the process in which dissolved solids are separated from water via a semi-permeable membrane that allows water to pass in preference to the solute.
  10. 10. Basics of Reverse Osmosis What Reverse Osmosis CAN Do:  Product Purified Water From a Feed Stream (Permeate)  Extract Contaminants From a Feed Stream (Concentrate)  Selectively Separate Small Ions and Molecules What Reverse Osmosis CANNOT Do:  Cannot Concentrate to 100%  Cannot Separate to 100%  Not Always the Most Cost Effective Method
  11. 11. Basics of Reverse Osmosis Factors that Affect Membrane Performance  Temperature  Pressure  Recovery (Permeate to Concentrate Ratio)  Feed Water Make-Up
  12. 12. Basics of Reverse Osmosis •High Rejection, Low Energy, Extra Low Energy and Ultra Low Energy Membranes •Nominal 98% Salt Rejection with Established Flow Rates •Operating Pressures as Low as 80 psi and as High as 225 psi Reverse Osmosis •Softening Membrane •Selective Removal of Calcium & Magnesium Ions •Lower Operating Pressures •Lower Salt Rejection % Nanofiltration
  13. 13. AXEON Membrane Elements For more information, please visit us online at: www.axeonwater.com

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