Bumblebee Linens

Description
DOW FILMTEC™ SW30HR–380 Elements are a premium-grade seawater reverse osmosis element featuring both high active area and high salt rejection to offer the best long-term economics for seawater desalination systems.

• DOW FILMTEC SW30HR–380 delivers high boron rejection to help customers meet World Health Organization (WHO) and other drinking water standards.
• DOW FILMTEC SW30HR–380 elements deliver high performance over their operating lifetime without the use of oxidative post-treatments like many competitive products. This is one reason why DOW FILMTEC elements are more durable and may be cleaned more effectively over a wider pH range than other RO elements.
• Automated, precision fabrication with a greater number of shorter membrane leaves, reduces the overall effect of fouling and maximizes membrane efficiency.

Product Type
Spiral-wound element with polyamide thin-film composite membrane.

Dimension
40 in x 7.9 in

Product Specifications

Applied
Pressure
Permeate
Flow Rate
Typical
Stabilized
Salt
Rejection (%)
(psig) (bar) (GPD) (m³/h)
6,500 24.6 99.7
  1. Permeate flow and salt rejection based on the following test conditions: 32,000 ppm NaCl, 800 psi (5.5 MPa), 77°F (25°C), pH 8 and 8% recovery.
  2. Permeate flows for individual elements may vary ± 15%.
  3. Stabilized salt rejection is generally achieved within 24 – 48 hours of continuous use; depending upon feedwater characteristics and operating conditions.
  4. Sales specifications may vary as design revisions take place.

Operating and Cleaning Limits

Maximum
Operating Temperature
Maximum
Operating Pressure
Maximum
Pressure Drop
pH Range,
Continuous Operation
pH Range,
Short-Term Cleaning (30 min.)
Maximum Feed
Silt Density
Index (SDI)
Free
Chlorine
Tolerance
113°F (45°C) 1,000 psig (69 bar) 15 psig (1.0 bar) 2 – 11 1 – 13 SDI 5 < 0.1 ppm

• Maximum temperature for continuous operation above pH 10 is 95°F (35°C).
• Refer to guidelines in “Cleaning Procedures” for more information.
• Under certain conditions, the presence of free chlorine and other oxidizing agents will cause premature membrane failure. Since oxidation damage is not covered under warranty, Dow Water & Process Solutions recommends removing residual free chlorine by pretreatment prior to membrane exposure. Please refer to technical bulletin “Dechlorinating Feedwater” for more information.
• Operation at pressures up to 1,200 psig (83 bar) is allowable under certain conditions. Consult your Dow representative for advice on applications above 1,000 psig (69 bar).

Equivalent Products

Hydranautics: SWC4B
Toray: TM820M-400
GE: AD-365