Type: TW30-1812-150 GreenFilter
Material: Thin film multilayer membrane
Maximum operating temperature: 2ºC ~ 45ºC
Max flow: 566 LPD (150 GPD)
Maximum working pressure: 21 bar (305 PSI)
PH range: 2 ~ 11
Max chlorine: <0.1 ppm
Max TDS: 1800 ppm (mg / l)
Salt reduction: 90%
Service life: 24 ~ 36 months
Outer diameter: 48.2 mm
Length: 298 mm
Weight: 450 g
Manufacturer: GreenFilter | Puricom Europe
Reverse osmosis is a technology that is used to remove much of the pollutants in the water when passing through a very fine semipermeable TFC (Thin Film Composite) membrane with a pore size of 0.0001 µm.
Reverse osmosis is probably one of the best ways to mechanically purify water. Reverse Osmosis Membranes (RO Membranes) are super fine mechanical filters that remove more than 90% of TDS (Total Dissolved Solids), which may include salts, minerals, metals, pathogens, and certain organic substances.
RO Membranes are layers of polymer films that are spirally wound around a core with openings and spacers between each layer. As water passes through the membrane, the openings of each subsequent polymer film become smaller and smaller. Thus, purified water is obtained, without excess salts, solids and microorganisms.
As it ages, the membrane gradually loses its ability to remove contaminants dissolved in water and the value of TDS increases.
The membrane quality rating is evaluated by the percentage of salts discarded (mineral reduction). If the TDS gets too high, it's time to change the diaphragm.
90 - 95% reduction> Maximum quality
At 80 - 90% reduction> Medium quality
At 70 - 80% reduction> Low quality
Below 70% reduction> the membrane must be replaced.
Using a TDS meter, compare the supply water data to that coming out of the membrane and you will get the Salt Discard Percentage value.
Percentage of discarded salts (%) = (1- TDS per RO water / TDS per inlet) x 100
Useful life: 24 ~ 60 months