40.125 in x 3.94 in
|Average Permeate Flow
• Specifications are based on a 2000 mg/L NaCl solution at 420 psig operating pressure (2930kPa), 77deg.F,(25deg.C), 10% recovery, pH 6-7. Individual flux may vary +15%/ -15%. Average salt rejection after a minimum of 24 hours in continuous operation.
Operating and Cleaning Limits
|Typical Operating Pressure||Typical Operating Flux||Maximum Operating Pressure||Maximum Temperature||pH Range, Optimum Rejection||pH Range, Continuous Operation||pH Range, Clean-In-Place (CIP)||Maximum Pressure Drop, Over An Element||Maximum Pressure Drop, Per Vessel||Chlorine Tolerance||Feedwater NTU||Feedwater SDI|
|140-400 psig (965-2760 kPa)||10-20 GFD (15-35 L.H-1.M-2)||450 psig (3143 kPa)||86°F (30°C)||5.0- 6.5||5.0-6.5||3.0-8.0||10 psig (69 kPa)||50 psig (345 kPa)||1 ppm maximum, continuous 30 ppm for 30 min. during sanitization||NTU < 1||SDI < 5|
• The Langelier Saturation Index (LSI) of the concentrate must be negative to minimize the posibility of calcium scale formation on the membrane surface. At start-up the first two hours of permeate should be discarded because of element preservative. Storage conditions should be less than: <100F, dry, in original carton and not in direct sunlight.