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300 GPD RO Membrane Elements

300 GPD RO Membrane Elements

Trade Info
Min. order: 1 Pieces
Trade Terms: FOB
Payment Terms: T/T
Trademark: AMFOR
Basic Info
Model NO.:TW30-3012-300
Membrane Type:Polyyamide Thin-Film Composite
pH Rang Short -Term Cleaning(30min):1-12
Minimun Concentrate Flow Rate:4* Permeat Flow
pH Range Continuous Operation:2-11
Max Operation Pressure:300psi(21bar)
Maximun Feed Rate:2.0gpm(7.6lpm)
Export Markets:Global
Additional Info.
Trademark:AMFOR
Packing:16 Pieces/Carton
Standard:3.0 inch*12 inch
Origin:China
HS Code:3920999090
Product Description

What's Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse osmosis is a filtration process that is often used for water. It works by using pressure to force a solution through a membrane, retaining the solute on one side and allowing the pure solvent to pass to the other side. This is the reverse of the normal osmosis process, which is the natural movement of solvent from an area of low solute concentration, through a membrane, to an area of high solute concentration when no external pressure is applied.

AMFOR reverse osmosis membrane elements for home drinking water are the most reliable. Advanced membrane technology and automated fabrication allow these elements to keep consistent performance and suitable for long distance transportation. AMFOR home drinking water elements are rated at 50psi and will purify about 20% more water than competitive elements rated at 60psi (please see the datasheet for more information)

  Product Product 
(gpd)
  Water 
  (m3/d)
Flow Rate 
  (lph)
Minimum Salt 
  Rejection Cl-(%)
Stabilized Salt 
  Rejection Cl- (%)
 
 
  TW30-1812-24   24   0.09   3.8   96   98  
  TW30-1812-36   36   0.14   5.7   96   98  
  TW30-1812-50   50   0.19   7.9   96   98  
  TW30-1812-75   75   0.28   12.0   96   98  
  TW30-2012-100   100   0.38   15.8   96   98  
  TW30-2812-150   150   0.57   23.7   96   98  
  TW30-2812-200   200   0.76   31.6   96   98  
  TW30-3012-300   300   1.14   47.4   96   98  
TW30-1810                                                                  (Disposable element) 50-150 0.19-0.57 7.9-23.7 90-96 90-98  
 
Permeate flow and salt rejection based on the following test conditions: 250ppm softened tap water, 77 F(25 deg C), PH=8, and 15% recovery and the specified pressure at 50psi.    
Permeate flow rates for individual elements many vary +/-20%.
For more information, please consult with AMFOR.
Dimensions-Inches(mm)   
Product                                     A                                      B                                        C                                        D                                      E                         
TW30-1812-24 11.74(298) 0.87(22) 0.68(17) 1.75(44.5) 10.35(263)
TW30-1812-36 11.74(298) 0.87(22) 0.68(17) 1.75(44.5) 10.35(263)
TW30-1812-50 11.74(298) 0.87(22) 0.68(17) 1.75(44.5) 10.35(263)
TW30-1812-75 11.74(298) 0.87(22) 0.68(17) 1.75(44.5) 10.35(263)
TW30-2012-100 11.74(298) 0.87(22) 0.68(17) 1.75(44.5) 10.35(263)
TW30-2012-150 11.74(298) 0.87(22) 0.68(17) 1.75(44.5) 10.35(263)
TW30-2812-200 11.74(298) 0.87(22) 0.68(17) 3.00(76.2) 10.00(254)
TW30-3012-300 11.57(294) 0.87(22) 0.84(21.3) 3.00(76.2) 10.00(254)
TW30-1810(Disposable element) 10.00(254) 0.87(22) 0.67(17) 1.75(44.5) 8.5(216)
 
Membrane Type...Polyamide Thin-Film Composite
Maximum Operating Pressure...300psi (21bar)
Maximum Feed Rate...2.0gpm (7.6 lpm)
Minimum Concentrate Flow Rate...4 × permeate flow
 
 
 
 
pH Range Continuous  Operation a   ...2-11
pH Range, Short-Term Cleaning(30min)...1-12
Maximum Operating Temperature...113  F (45 deg C)
 
 
 
Maximum Feed water Turbidity...1 NTU
Maximum Feed Silt Density Index...5
Free Chlorine Tolerance c...< 0.1ppm 
 
 
 
 
 
a   Maximum temperature for continuous operation above pH 10 is 95 (35 deg C).
b      Refer to Cleaning Guidelines of ANDE-AMF.
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, AMFOR
recommends removing residual free chlorine by pretreatment prior to membrane exposure. Please refer to technical bulletin ANDE-AMF for more information.