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LIQUID PROCESS FILTRATION - REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES

Hydranautics ESPA1-4040 - Reverse Osmosis Membrane


Application Data*

Part Number
ESPA1-4040

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to Permeate
Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:
Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

Configuration

2600 gpd (9.8 m3/d)

99.3 % (99.0 %
Minimum)

Spiral Wound

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
16 GPM (3.6 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Membrane Polymer Membrane Active Area


Composite Polyamide

85 ft2 (7.9m2)

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-10 (1-12)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values
may ensure the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for
more detail on operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1500 PPM NaCl solution
150 psi (1.05 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range
(Data taken after 30 minutes of operation)

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
3.95 (100.3)

C, inches (mm)
0.75 (19.1)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


8 (3.6 )

Core tube extension = 1.05" (26.7 mm)


Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary + or - 15 percent. All membrane elements are supplied with a brine seal,
interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are enclosed in a sealed polyethylene bag containing less than 1% sodium meta-bisulfite
solution and 10% propylene glycol, and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in
good faith, but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no
liability for results obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's
responsibility to determine the appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

Corporate Office:
2725 Commerce Parkway
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Toll Free: (800) 331-3118


Fax: (248) 377-3172

Sales@tfsi1.com
www.tfsi1.com

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Hydranautics ESPA2-4040 - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data*

Part Number
ESPA2-4040

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to Permeate
Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:
Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

Configuration

1900 gpd (7.2 m3/d)

99.6 % (99.4 %
Minimum)

Spiral Wound

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
16 GPM (3.6 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Membrane Polymer Membrane Active Area


Composite Polyamide

85 ft2 (7.9m2)

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-10 (1-12)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may ensure
the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail on
operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1500 PPM NaCl solution
150 psi (1.05 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range
(Data taken after 30 minutes of operation)

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
3.95 (100.3)

C, inches (mm)
0.75 (19.1)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


8 (3.6 )

Core tube extension = 1.05" (26.7 mm)


Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary +25 or - 15 percent. All membrane elements are supplied with a brine seal,
interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are enclosed in a sealed polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium meta-bisulfite solution,
and then packaged in a cardboard box. All elements are guaranteed 99.4% minimum rejection.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good
faith, but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for
results obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine
the appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

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Corporate Office:
2725 Commerce Parkway
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Toll Free: (800) 331-3118


Fax: (248) 377-3172

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LIQUID PROCESS FILTRATION - REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES


Hydranautics ESPA2-LD-4040 - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data*

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to Permeate
Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
16 GPM (3.6 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi
Membrane

Part Number
ESPA2-LD-4040

Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

Configuration

Polymer

Active Area:

Feed Spacer:

2,000 gpd (7.57 m3/d)

99.6 % (99.4 %
Minimum)

Low Fouling Spiral


Wound

Composite
Polyamide

80 ft2 (7.43 m2)

34 mil (0.864 mm)


with biostatic agent

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-11 (1-13)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may
ensure the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail
on operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1500 PPM NaCl solution
150 psi (1.05 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
3.95 (100.3)

C, inches (mm)
0.75 (19.1)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


8 (3.6 )

Core tube extension = 1.05" (26.7 mm)


Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary + or - 20 percent. All membrane elements are supplied with a brine seal,
interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are enclosed in a sealed polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium meta-bisulfite solution,
and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good
faith, but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for
results obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine
the appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

Corporate Office:
2725 Commerce Parkway
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Toll Free: (800) 331-3118


Fax: (248) 377-3172

Sales@tfsi1.com
www.tfsi1.com

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Hydranautics ESPA3-4040 - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data*

Part Number
ESPA3-4040

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to Permeate
Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:
Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

Configuration

3000 gpd (11.4m3/d)

98.5 % (98.0 %
Minimum)

Spiral Wound

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
16 GPM (3.6 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Membrane Polymer Membrane Active Area


Composite Polyamide

85 ft2

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-10 (1-12)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may
ensure the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail
on operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1500 PPM NaCl solution
150 psi (1.05 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range
(Data taken after 30 minutes of operation)

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
3.95 (100.3)

C, inches (mm)
0.75 (19.1)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


8 (3.6 )

Core tube extension = 1.05" (26.7 mm)


Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary +25 or - 15 percent. All membrane elements are supplied with a brine seal,
interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are enclosed in a sealed polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium meta-bisulfite solution and
10% propylene glycol, and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good
faith, but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for
results obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine
the appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

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Corporate Office:
2725 Commerce Parkway
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Toll Free: (800) 331-3118


Fax: (248) 377-3172

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LIQUID PROCESS FILTRATION - REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES


Hydranautics CPA2-4040 - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data *

Part Number
CPA2-4040

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to
Permeate Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:
Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

Configuration

2,250 gpd (8.5 m3/d)

99.5 % (99.2%
minimum)

Spiral Wound

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
16 GPM (3.6 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Membrane Polymer Membrane Active Area


Composite Polyamide

85 ft2 (7.9 m2)

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-10 (1-12)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may
ensure the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail
on operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1500 PPM NaCl solution
225 psi (1.55 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range

A, inches (mm)
40.00 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
3.95 (100.3)

C, inches (mm)
0.75 (19.1)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


8 (3.6)

Core tube extension = 1.05" (26.7 mm)


Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary + 33 or - 15 percent. All membrane elements are supplied with a brine seal,
interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are enclosed in a sealed polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium meta-bisulfite solution
and 10% propylene glycol, and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good faith,
but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for results
obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine the
appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

Corporate Office:
2725 Commerce Parkway
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Toll Free: (800) 331-3118


Fax: (248) 377-3172

Sales@tfsi1.com
www.tfsi1.com

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Hydranautics CPA5-LD-4040 - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data *

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to
Permeate Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:

Part Number

Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

CPA5-LD-4040

2,100 gpd (7.95


m3/d)

99.7 % (99.5%
minimum)

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
16 GPM (3.6 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

pH Range, Continuous
Membrane Polymer Membrane Active
Feed Spacer:
Area
(Cleaning)
Low Fouling Spiral
Composite
34 mil (0.864 mm)
80 ft2 (7.43 m2)
2-11 (1-13)*
Wound
Polyamide
with biostatic agent
Configuration

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may ensure
the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail on
operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1500 PPM NaCl solution
225 psi (1.55 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
3.95 (100.3)

C, inches (mm)
0.75 (19.1)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


8 (3.6)

Core tube extension = 1.05" (26.7 mm)


Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary + 25 or - 15 percent. All membrane elements are supplied with a brine seal,
interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are enclosed in a sealed polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium meta-bisulfite solution, and
then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good faith,
but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for results
obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine the
appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

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Corporate Office:
2725 Commerce Parkway
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Toll Free: (800) 331-3118


Fax: (248) 377-3172

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LIQUID PROCESS FILTRATION - REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES


Hydranautics ESPA2-LD - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data*

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to Permeate
Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:

Part Number

Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

ESPA2-LD

10,000 gpd (37.9


m3/d)

99.6 % (99.5 %
minimum)

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
75 GPM (17.0 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Configuration

Membrane Polymer Membrane Active


Feed Spacer:
pH Range, Continuous
Area
(Cleaning)
Low Fouling Spiral
Composite
400 ft2 (37.1 m2)
34 mil (0.864 mm)
2-11 (1-13)*
Wound
Polyamide
with biostatic agent

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may
ensure the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail
on operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1500 PPM NaCl solution
150 psi (1.05 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
7.89 (200)

C, inches (mm)
1.125 (28.6)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


36 (16.4)

Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary + or - 15 percent. Membrane active area may vary +/-4%. All membrane elements
are supplied with a brine seal, interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are enclosed in a sealed polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0%
sodium meta-bisulfite solution, and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good
faith, but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for
results obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine
the appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

Corporate Office:
2725 Commerce Parkway
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Toll Free: (800) 331-3118


Fax: (248) 377-3172

Sales@tfsi1.com
www.tfsi1.com

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Hydranautics ESPA2 MAX - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data*

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to Permeate
Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:

Part Number

Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

ESPA2 MAX

12,000 gpd (45.4


m3/d)

99.6 % (99.5 %
minimum)

Boron Rejection
(Typical)@ pH = 10
93.0 %

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
75 GPM (17.0 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Configuration
Spiral Wound

Membrane Polymer Membrane Active pH Range, Continuous


Area
(Cleaning)
Composite
440 ft2 (40.8m2)
2-10.6 (1-12)*
Polyamide

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may
ensure the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail
on operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1500 PPM NaCl solution
150 psi (1.05 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
7.89 (200)

C, inches (mm)
1.125 (28.6)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


36 (16.4)

Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary + or - 15 percent. Membrane active area may vary +/-4%. All membrane elements
are supplied with a brine seal, interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are enclosed in a sealed polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0%
sodium meta-bisulfite solution, and then packaged in a cardboard box. All elements are guaranteed 99.5% minimum rejection.

When tested at standard test conditions with 5.0ppm Boron in feed solution.

Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good
faith, but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for
results obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine
the appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

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Corporate Office:
2725 Commerce Parkway
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Toll Free: (800) 331-3118


Fax: (248) 377-3172

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LIQUID PROCESS FILTRATION - REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES


Hydranautics ESPA4 - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data*

Part Number
ESPA4

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to Permeate
Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:
Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

Configuration

12,000 gpd (45.4 m3/d)

99.2 % (99.0 %
minimum)

Spiral Wound

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
75 GPM (17.0 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Membrane Polymer Membrane Active Area


Composite Polyamide

400 ft2 (37.1m2)

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-10 (1-12)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may
ensure the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail
on operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
500 PPM NaCl solution
100 psi (0.7 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
7.89 (200)

C, inches (mm)
1.125 (28.6)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


36 (16.4)

Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary + or - 15 percent. Membrane active area may vary +/-4%. All membrane elements
are supplied with a brine seal, interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are enclosed in a sealed polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0%
sodium meta-bisulfite solution and 10% propylene glycol, and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good
faith, but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for
results obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine
the appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

Corporate Office:
2725 Commerce Parkway
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Toll Free: (800) 331-3118


Fax: (248) 377-3172

Sales@tfsi1.com
www.tfsi1.com

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Hydranautics ESPA4 MAX - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data*

Part Number
ESPA4 MAX

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to Permeate
Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:
Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

Configuration

13,200 gpd (50 m3/d)

99.2 % (99.0 %
minimum)

Spiral Wound

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
75 GPM (17.0 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi
Membrane Polymer Membrane Active Area

Composite Polyamide

440 ft2 (40.8m2)

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-10.6 (1-12)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may
ensure the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail
on operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
500 PPM NaCl solution
100 psi (0.7 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
7.89 (200)

C, inches (mm)
1.125 (28.6)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


36 (16.4)

Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary + or - 15 percent. Membrane active area may vary +/-4%. All membrane elements are
supplied with a brine seal, interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are enclosed in a sealed polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium
meta-bisulfite solution and 10% propylene glycol, and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good faith,
but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for results
obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine the
appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses. 11/12/10

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Hydranautics CPA3 - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data *

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to
Permeate Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:

Part Number

Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

Configuration

CPA3

11,000 gpd (41.6


m3/d)

99.7% (99.6%
minimum)

Spiral Wound

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
75 GPM (17.0 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Membrane Polymer Membrane Active


Area
Composite
400 ft2 (37.1 m2)
Polyamide

Feed Spacer:
31 mil (0.787mm)

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-10.8 (1-12.5)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may
ensure the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail
on operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1500 PPM NaCl solution
225 psi (1.55 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
7.89 (200)

C, inches (mm)
1.125 (28.6)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


36 (16.4)

Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary 15 percent. Membrane active area may vary +/-4%. All membrane elements are
supplied with a brine seal, interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are vacuum sealed in a polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium
meta-bisulfite solution, and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good faith,
but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for results
obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine the
appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

Corporate Office:
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Hydranautics CPA5-LD - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data *

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to
Permeate Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:

Part Number

Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

CPA5-LD

11,000 gpd (41.6


m3/d)

99.7 % (99.6 %
minimum)

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
75 GPM (17.0 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

pH Range, Continuous
Membrane Polymer Membrane Active
Feed Spacer:
Area
(Cleaning)
Low Fouling Spiral
Composite
34 mil (0.864 mm)
400 ft2 (37.1m2)
2-11 (1-13)*
Wound
Polyamide
with biostatic agent
Configuration

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may ensure
the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail on
operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1500 PPM NaCl solution
225 psi (1.55 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
7.89 (200)

C, inches (mm)
1.125 (28.6)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


36 (16.4)

Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary 15 percent. Membrane active area may vary +/-4%. All membrane elements are
supplied with a brine seal, interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are vacuum sealed in a polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium
meta-bisulfite solution, and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good faith,
but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for results
obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine the
appropriateness of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

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Hydranautics CPA5 MAX - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Application Data *

Part Number
CPA5 MAX

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to
Permeate Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:
Permeate Flow

Salt Rejection

Configuration

12,000 gpd (45.5 m3/d)

99.7 % (99.6%
minimum)

Spiral Wound

600 psig (4.14 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
75 GPM (17.0 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Nominal Membrane
Area:
Composite Polyamide
440 ft2 (40.9 m2)
Membrane Polymer

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-11 (1-13)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may ensure
the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail on
operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
1,500 ppm NaCl
225 psi (1.55 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 - 7.0 pH Range

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
7.89 (200)

C, inches (mm)
1.125 (28.6)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


36 (16.4)

Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary + or - 15 percent. All membrane elements are supplied with a brine seal, interconnector,
and o-rings. Elements are vacuum sealed in a polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium meta-bisulfite solution, and then packaged in a
cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good faith, but
without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for results obtained
or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the user's responsibility to determine the appropriateness
of Hydranautics' products for the user's specific end uses.

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Hydranautics ESNA1-LF-LD - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Stable Performance

CaCl2 Rejection:
CaCl2 Rejection (minimum/maximum)

89%
86%/95%

* Expected calcium rejection for a typical 500 ppm well water is 93% at 13 gfd operating flux and 25 C.

Application Data *

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to
Permeate Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:

Part Number

Permeate Flow

Configuration

ESNA1-LF-LD

8,200 gpd (31.0 m3/d)

Low Fouling Spiral


Wound

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
5.0
75 GPM (17.0 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Membrane Polymer Membrane Active Area


Composite Polyamide

400 ft2 (37.1m2)

Feed Spacer:
34 mil (0.864 mm) with
biostatic agent

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-10 (1-12)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may ensure
the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail on
operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
500 ppm CaCl2
75 psi (0.52 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 7.0 Feed pH

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
7.89 (200)

C, inches (mm)
1.125 (28.6)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


36 (16.4)

Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary -20/+25 percent. Membrane active area may vary +/-4%. All membrane elements are
supplied with a brine seal, interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are vacuum sealed in a polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium
bisulfite solution, and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good faith,
but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for results
obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the users responsibility to determine the
appropriateness of Hydranautics products for the users specific end uses.

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Hydranautics ESNA1-LF2-LD - Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Stable Performance

CaCl2 Rejection:
CaCl2 Rejection (minimum/maximum)

86%
83%/90%

* Expected calcium rejection for a typical 500 ppm well water is 93% at 13 gfd operating flux and 25 C.

Application Data *

Maximum Applied Pressure:


Maximum Chlorine Concentration:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Maximum Feedwater Turbidity:
Maximum Feedwater SDI (15 mins):
Maximum Feed Flow:
Minimum Ratio of Concentrate to
Permeate Flow for any Element:
Maximum Pressure Drop for Each Element:

Part Number

Permeate Flow

Configuration

ESNA1-LF2-LD

10,500 gpd (39.7 m3/d)

Low Fouling Spiral


Wound

600 psig (4.16 MPa)


< 0.1 PPM
113 F (45 C)
1.0 NTU
4.0
75 GPM (17.0 m3/h)
5:1
10 psi

Membrane Polymer Membrane Active Area


Composite Polyamide

400 ft2 (37.1m2)

Feed Spacer:
34 mil (0.864 mm) with
biostatic agent

pH Range, Continuous
(Cleaning)
2-10 (1-12)*

* The limitations shown here are for general use. For specific projects, operating at more conservative values may ensure
the best performance and longest life of the membrane. See Hydranautics Technical Bulletins for more detail on
operation limits, cleaning pH, and cleaning temperatures.
Test Conditions
The stated performance is initial (data taken after 30 minutes of operation), based on the following conditions:
500 ppm CaCl2
75 psi (0.52 MPa) Applied Pressure
77 F (25 C) Operating Temperature
15% Permeate Recovery
6.5 7.0 Feed pH

A, inches (mm)
40.0 (1016)

B, inches (mm)
7.89 (200)

C, inches (mm)
1.125 (28.6)

Weight, lbs. (kg)


36 (16.4)

Notice: Permeate flow for individual elements may vary -20/+25 percent. Membrane active area may vary +/-4%. All membrane elements are
supplied with a brine seal, interconnector, and o-rings. Elements are vacuum sealed in a polyethylene bag containing less than 1.0% sodium
bisulfite solution, and then packaged in a cardboard box.
Hydranautics believes the information and data contained herein to be accurate and useful. The information and data are offered in good faith,
but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. Hydranautics assumes no liability for results
obtained or damages incurred through the application of the presented information and data. It is the users responsibility to determine the
appropriateness of Hydranautics products for the users specific end uses.

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Parker EP Ultrafiltration Spiral Elements

EP Ultrafiltration
Spiral Elements
Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) Membrane
with Extended Life and Superior Chemical
Resistance
Designed for extended life in a wide
range of industrial and electrocoat
applications, EP Ultrafiltration Spiral
Elements provide greater resistance to
fouling by colloidal particles and oily
contamination. The Polyvinylidene
Fluoride (PVDF) membrane provides
excellent chemical and temperature
resistance under a variety of process
conditions.
Benefits
Available in sealed (low flow) or netted
(high flow) design
Membrane has no electrical charge and can
be used on either Anodic or Cathodic
electrocoat paints
Resistant to fouling due to contamination or color pigments
Element construction developed for extended life in industrial
applications
Available in standard diameter or custom sized configurations for
maximum performance and optimal cleaning
Increased resistance to oxidizing cleaning agents
Available in many configurations to
retrofit competitive elements

Materials of Construction:
Membrane
Polyvinylidene Fluoride
Backing Material Polyester
Permeate Tube
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
Seal Carrier
ABS Plastic
Brine Seal
EPDM

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Applications
Anodic/Cathodic Paint
Select Water Borne Paints
Waste Water Recycle
Alkaline Cleaner Recovery
PVA Recovery

Operating Limits/Conditions:
Maximum Inlet Pressure
Typical Inlet Pressure
Maximum Operating Temperature
pH Range, continuous
pH Range, short-term cleaning

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60 psi (4.1 bar)


40-60 psi (2.7-4.1 bar)
(application specific)
122F (50C)
2-10
2-11.5 @122F (50C)

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Parker EP Ultrafiltration Spiral Elements

EP Ultrafiltration Spiral Elements


Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) Membrane with Extended Life
and Superior Chemical Resistance
Part Number
EP1812-BS01-TB
EP2514-BS01-T2
EP2521-BS01-H2
EP40281BS01-H4
EP4033-BS01-H4
EP4040-BS01-HL
EP4040-BS02-H4
EP4040-BS03-H4
EP4040-BS07-H4
EP4040-BS01-H4
EP40451BS02-H4
EP5640-BS01-H5
EP5640-BS01-HL
EP56475BS01-H5
EP6439-BS01-HL
EP7637-BS02-H7
EP7640-BS01-H7
EP7640-BS02-H7
EP7640-BS03-H7
EP7640-BS01-HL
EP76475-BS01-H7
EP7940-BS03-HL
EP8040-BS07-H8
EP8340-BS01-H8
EP8340-BS14-H8

Description
Taped element for a PAF PMC-1812-HSG housing
Taped element for a PAF2R2514 series housing
Taped element for a PAF2R2521 series housing
Sealed element for PAF2R4028 & 1VUF30 series PVC housing
Sealed element for PAF 2R4033 series PVC housing /Koch 4 retrofit
Netted element for PAF1VUF40 series PVC housing or SS housing
Sealed element for Osmonics 4" SS housing
Sealed element for Osmonics 4" SS housing (Reinforced Construction)
Sealed element for PAF 2R4040 series PVC housing
Sealed element for PAF 2R40SP series PVC housing (Filmtec Style)
Sealed element for PAF 2R4045 & 1VUF50 series PVC housing
Sealed element for 6" PAF 2VUF60 series PVC housing
Netted element for 6" PAF 2VUF60 series PVC housing /Synder 6" retrofit
Sealed element for Synder 6" housing
Netted element for Koch 6" PVC housing
Sealed element for Koch 8" PVC housing
Sealed for new style PAF 2VUF80 series PVC or SS housing
Sealed for older PAF 2VUF80 series PVC housing
Sealed element for PAF 2VUF80 series PVC housing -with double seal ATD
Netted element for 8" PAF 2VUF80 series PVC housing Synder 8" retrofit
Sealed element for 8" Synder PVC /SS housing
Netted element for Osmonics 8" SS40 housing
Sealed element for Hydranautics 8" housing
Sealed element for Osmonics 8" SS10 housing
Sealed element for Osmonics 8" SS40 housing

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Diameter
(in)
(cm)
1.80
4.6
2.41
6.1
2.41
6.1
3.88
9.9
3.88
9.9
3.88
9.9
3.88
9.9
3.88
9.9
3.88
9.9
3.88
9.9
3.88
9.9
5.45
13.8
5.90
15.0
5.45
13.8
6.30
16.0
7.48
19.0
7.28
18.5
7.28
18.5
7.48
19.0
7.6
19.3
7.48
19.0
7.90
20.1
7.90
20.1
8.27
21.0
7.90
20.1

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Overall Length
(in)
(cm)
12.0
30.5
14.0
35.6
21.0
53.3
28.0
71.1
33.0
83.8
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6
45.0
114.3
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6
47.5
120.7
39.0
99.1
37.0
94.0
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6
47.5
120.7
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6
40.0
101.6

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Area
(ft2) (m2)
3.4
0.3
5.5
0.5
10.9
1.0
47
4.4
57
5.3
75
7.0
75
7.0
70
6.5
70
6.5
72
6.7
81
7.5
153
14.2
153
14.2
180
16.7
162
15.1
218
20.3
278
25.8
278
25.8
278
25.8
278
25.8
317
29.5
333
30.9
341
31.7
389
36.1
344
31.7

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Synder - Industrial Ultra Filtration

creating value and protecting the environment with membrane technology

Industrial Ultrafiltration SPEC SHEET


Synder Industrial Ultrafiltration membranes separate a wide range of difficult feed streams. Membranes are available
with a proprietary hydrophilic charge that promotes extended operating run times between cleanings, and
can help reduce fouling rates with proper operation.
Additional recharging is not required. Most UF membrane elements can be cleaned in reverse flow, offering greater
recovery after cleaning cycles.
Synder UF membranes are available in the widest range of UF pore sizes offered worldwide. Synder can also custommake elements to meet specific application needs or housing dimensions. Please contact Synder for more information.
UF Membrane Range & Common Applications
TABLE 1
Part Number
XT
VT
MT
ST
MK
LY
LX
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
BN
BY
BX
A6
FR
V0.1
V0.2

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MWCO (or pore size)1


1,000
3,000
5,000
10,000
30,000
100,000
300,000
30,000
70,000
200,000
500,000
800,000
50,000
100,000
250,000
500,000
800,000
0.11
0.21

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Membrane Polymer
PES
PES
PES
PES
PES
PES
PES
PVDF
PVDF
PVDF
PVDF
PVDF
PVDF
PVDF
PVDF
PVDF
PVDF
PVDF
PVDF

Common Applications
Color Removal, Antibiotics, Protein & Polypeptide
Antibiotics, Pharmaceuticals, Protein & Polypeptide
Whey Protein (WPC/WPI), Enzyme Concentration
WPC/WPI, Gelatin, Beverage Clarification, Enzyme
Skim Milk Protein (MPC/MPI), Beverage Clarification
Corn Wet Milling
Corn Wet Milling
Alkaline Cleaner, Industrial Waste Water
Industrial Waste Water
Industrial Waste Water
Cathodic Electrocoat Paint, Industrial Waste Water
Laundry Waste Water, Industrial Waste water
Brine clarification, Protein Concentration
Corn Wet Milling, Microbial/Particle Removal
Corn Wet Milling, Microbial/Particle Removal
Anodic Electrocoat Paint, Pigments, Microbial Removal
Fat, Microbial Removal, Protein Fractionation
Microbial Removal, Protein Fractionation
Microbial Removal, Enzyme Clarification

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Synder - Industrial Ultra Filtration
Dimensions And Weights; Feed Flow Rates
TABLE 2

Model #
2519H
2540H
3940H
4040HA
4037H
4051.5H
5640H
5647.5H
5651.5H
7637H
7640H
7647.5H
7940HA
F7940HA
8040HA
8040HB

A
LENGTH
19.25 (489)
40.0 (1016)
38.8 (986)
40.0 (1016)
27.0 (686)
40.0 (1016)
40.0 (1016)
40.0 (1016)
40.0 (1016)
40.0 (1016)
40.0 (1016)
40.0 (1016)
40.0 (1016)
40.0 (1016)
38.28 (972)
40.0 (1016)

Dimensions {inches (mm)}


ID
OD
B
PERM TUBE ID
PERM TUBE OD
ELEMENT OD
(FEMALE)
(MALE)
2.5 (63)
0.62 (15.7)
2.5 (63)
0.75 (19)
3.93 (100)
0.827 (21)
3.93 (100)
0.62 (15.8)
0.84 (21.3)
3.93 (100)
0.84 (21.3)
3.93 (100)
1.66 (42.2)
5.6 (142)
1.29 (32.8)
1.66 (42.2)
5.6 (142)
5.6 (142)
1.66 (42.2)
7.28 (185)
1.66 (42.2)
7.28 (185)
7.9 (201)
1.129 (28.7)
7.9 (201)
1.139 (28.9)
7.28 (185)
1.125 (28.6)
1.5 (38)
7.9 (201)
1.13 (29)
7.9 (201)
-

C
TUBE EXT
LENGTH (MALE)
1 (both ends)
0.6 (both ends)
3 (perm); 8.63 (plug)
3 (perm); 8.5 (plug)
3 (perm); 8.375 (plug)
3 (perm); 4.375 (plug)
2 (both ends)
3 (perm); 4.375 (plug)
0.875 (both ends)
3 (perm only)
-

Feed Rate Dry Weight


GPM (lpm)
lbs (kg)
6.0 (23)
6.0 (23)
25.0 (95)
25.0 (95)
25.0 (95)
25.0 (95)
40.0 (151)
40.0 (151)
40.0 (151)
70.0 (151)
70.0 (265)
80.0 (303)
80.0 (303)
70.0 (265)
80.0 (303)
80.0 (303)

3.0 (1.4)
4.0 (1.8)
11.0 (5.0)
11.0 (5.0)
10.0 (4.5)
12.0 (5.5)
30.0 (13.6)
28.0 (12.7)
30.0 (13.6)
38.0 (17.2)
38.0 (17.2)
42.0 (19.1)
42.0 (19.1)
40.0 (18.1)
41.0 (18.6)
41.0 (18.6)

Operating and CIP Parameters


TABLE 3
Typical Operating Flux
Membrane Type
Membrane Construction

5-35 GFD (8-60 LMH)


Synder Proprietary
Spiral-Wound with netted or fiberglass
Female Element (Fig.1)
outer wrap
Maximum Operating Pressure 120psi (827kPa)
Typical Operating Pressure
50psi (345kPa)
Maximum Temperature
Continuous Operation: 122F (50C)
Clean-In-Place (CIP): 110F (43.3C)
pH Range
Continuous Operation: 1-11
Male Element (Fig.2)
Clean-In-Place (CIP): 2-10.5
Note: Additional dimensions and custom sizes are
Maximum Pressure Drop
FRP Element: 35psi (241kPa)
available.
Net Wrap Element: 17psi (117kPa)
Please contact Synder for further details.
180ppm maximum per cleaning cycle
Chlorine Tolerance

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Synder - Industrial Ultra Filtration Systems
UF SYSTEMS
Integral bag filters reduce cost and save floor space.
CIP system: Clean a single element while rest of
system remains online.
Available bag filter in CIP loop.
Stainless steel housings
Stainless steel top & bottom caps are standard.
After Sales Support: Well be there to monitor
and optimize system performance.

UF ELEMENTS

Permanent hydrophilic charge offers maximum permeate output and


UF life.
Hydrophilic UF membrane doesnt require expensive recharging
chemicals.
Integrated end plugs for easy installation.
Reverse flow and forward flow cleaning for maximum recovery.
Elements can be easily removed with this simple tool.

BAG FILTER VESSEL

Stainless Steel (SS304L) durable construction.

Compressed clamp ring prevents flow by-pass.


Hinged bolts for easy bag change out.

DI/ Vent Valve for paint solids recovery


Drain Valve
Replacement bags

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LIQUID PROCESS FILTRATION - ULTRA FILTRATION


Synder - Industrial Ultra Filtration Systems
UF SYSTEMS

SYNDER SERVICE OFFERINGS


Synder Filtration is the ONLY company to offer a complete line of UF, RO, and Anolyte Cell products for E-Coat. We
are privately owned and operated in California, and we are fully committed to serving the E-Coat industry. While other
companies have reduced their sales and service staff, we continue to invest in personnel and expand our international
distributor network.
Synder also offers several unique services to our customers worldwide, including:
On-Site Service. On-Site system review with Tech Service Reports and recommendations for improved UF, RO, and
Anode Cell performance.
MEQ/Acid Testing. MEQ Acid Analysis of 4 oz. paint sample to determine acid balance and its probable effect on UF
flux stability.
UFCC Testing. In-Depth Paint testing in partnership with paint makers to determine the UltraFiltration
Compatibility Coefficient (UFCC), with a full report and recommendations for improving flux stability.
Distributor Network. We also offer support through our extensive distributor network, spanning N. America, S.
America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
MOBILE CIP SYSTEM

Synders Mobile Clean-In-Place (CIP) System offers an economical solution to extend UF life and maximize permeate
output. Mobile CIP Systems can also be used to clean RO Systems and other e-coat related equipment.
Pump, Tank, Flow Meter & Instruments included.
Bag Filter Housing can be installed upon request
Epoxy-Coated Carbon Steel Frame on Casters
Heating Element and/ or Cooling Coil can be installed
upon request
Small One Square Meter footprint

UFCC
Ultrafiltration Compatibility Coefficient (UFCC) evaluation is a
series of tests that compare UF performance against a multitude
of paint conditions. In the first phase, acid concentration (meq/L)
is measured and it is determined if further testing is required. In
many cases, simply adjusting the acid concentration can provide
significant improvements to UF flux stability.
In the second phase, bath paint is compared to fresh paint and a
UFCC number is determined on a scale of 0 1. The higher the
UFCC number, the better the UF performance. Eg. Lower frequency of cleaning, greater permeate output overtime,
and possibly longer membrane life. If a UFCC number is considered too low for economical operation of UF
elements, adjustments will be made to the bath paints acid concentration until an acceptable UFCC number is
reached. If acid adjustment alone can not improve UFCC sufficiently, a third phase of testing can be done.
UFCC
CLEANING FREQUENCY
The third phase involves testing of other contaminants
such as bacteria, phosphate, and pre-treatment cleaners.
0.95 and up Generally no cleaning is required
Once the problem is determined, further testing is done
0.80 - 0.95
Cleaning required 1 to 2 times per year
to identify possible solutions. In the end, a
recommendation is made based on all gathered data and 0.70 - 0.80
Cleaning required 4-5 times a year
this recommendation is shared with both the paint
0.60 - 0.70
Cleaning required once a month
maker and end user. All UFCC tests require good
Cleaning required twice a month
communication between the paint maker, end user, and 0.50 - 0.60
Synder Filtration. Detailed record keeping of tank
Less than 0.50 UF operation practically impossible
history, operating conditions, and UF performance are
absolutely essential to the UFCC process.
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SEPRO - Ultra Filtration

ELEMENT PRODUCTS SUMMARY


High Performance Membrane Element Products
E

LEMENTSUM04 11/08

Sepro manufactures membrane and element products with a


wide range of performance characteristics.
A variety of backing materials and element constructions
provides products customized to specific applications.
If an application is not adequately covered by the
elements below, please contact Sepro for assistance.
SEPRO PROVIDES:
Robust materials and construction for long life.
All components meet FDA requirements for repeated-use
food contact.
USDA accepted and other specialized constructions
available.
A variety of backings are available on all UF/MF membranes.
Multiple feed spacer thicknesses and configurations are provided to meet application-specific requirements.
ELEMENT DIMENSIONS AND MEMBRANE AREAS
FEED SPACER vs AREA
DIMENSIONS DIAMETER
(in)
1.8
2.0
2.5
2.5
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
4.0
4.0
4.3
4.3
6.3
8.0
8.0
8.3
8.3

Part Number
1812
2012
2514
2540
3833
3838.75
3838
3840
4038
4040
4338
4340
6338
8038
8040
8338
8340

LENGTH (in)

31 mil (ft2)

46 mil (ft2)

65 mil (ft2)

80 mil (ft2)

12
12
14
40
33
38.75
38
40
38
40
38
40
38
38
40
38
40

3.6
3.6
6
16
65
76
75
75
80
80
90
90
205
310
310
350
350

2.9
2.9
4.8
13
52
61
60
60
65
65
75
75
165
260
260
280
280

2.2
2.2
3.7
10
39
45
45
45
50
50
52
52
165
210
210
230
230

1.8
1.8
3
8
32
37
37
37
40
40
42
42
100
170
170
180
180

*Membrane area calculation based on use of 12 mil tricot permeate carrier.

CONSTRUCTION OPTIONS
PERMEATE TUBE
MATERIAL

ABS
CPVC
Polysulfone
304SS

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Urethane
Epoxy

FEED SPACER

OUTER WRAP

SPECIAL
CONSTRUCTION

Diamond Pattern (26, 31, 34, 46,

Sanitary/Net
Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
Net over FRP

High Pressure
High Temperature
Custom Configuration

65, 80, 100 mil)


Parallel Pattern (34, 47, 120 mil)
Open Channel (70 mil)

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MEMBRANE CLEANERS AND ANTISCALANTS


Flocon MC10 - Powder Alkaline Cleaner for Reverse Osmosis Systems

Product Description
Flocon MC10 is a powdered high pH cleaner
specifically formulated to remove organics, silt and
other particulate deposits from polyamide,
polysulfone, and thin film composite
membrane surfaces.
This advanced, high strength cleaner has the
following features:

Formulated with high performance polymers.


Highly effective at ambient or elevated
temperatures
Compatible with all membranes except cellulose
acetate
Easy to rinse away and restart system
pH adjusted to 120.5

Typical Properties
The following are typical properties for Flocon
MC10 and should not be regarded as specification
limits for the product.
A product specification is available on request.
Appearance
Odor
pH (1% solution)
Bulk Density

off white granular powder


slight
12
2.1

Cleaning and Use Instructions


1. Inspect cleaning tank, hoses, and cartridge
filters, and drain the reverse osmosis system as
much as possible.
2. Fill cleaning tank with dematerialized or
permeate water. Add 5 gal (19 liters) for every
4 element, 20 gal (76 liters) for each 8
element
3. Recirculate cleaning tank solution and slowly
add 1lb Flocon MC10 for every 9 gallons of
water (or 15 grams/liter).
Part Number
FLOMC10-5

4. To improve cleaning effectiveness heat cleaning


solution (do not to exceed 110F (43C)).
5. Open concentrate valve and circulate the solution
through the membrane bank in the feed direction at
the flow rate recommended by the membrane or
system manufacturer. If the manufacturers
recommendations are not available, the guidelines in
the table below may be used.
6. Circulate the solution for 60 minutes.
7. Soak for an additional 60 minutes.
8. If the cleaning solution becomes turbid or discolored,
the solution should be discarded and a fresh solution
should then be prepared before cleaning additional
passes.
9. Discharge solution to drain and rinse the RO system.
10. Return concentrate valve to operating position, and
operate RO system to drain until permeate solution
quality returns.
Membrane diameter
(inches)

Flow rate per tube (parallel flow)


US gallons/min
l/min

4
6
8
10
12

6
14
24
30
54

Handling and Logistics


Please read the label and Safety Data Sheet before
handling this product.
Classification

Hazardous for transportation (Class 8)


Corrosive to eyes and skin
Irritating to respiratory system

Description
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53
91
114
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Flocon MC15 - Liquid Alkaline Cleaner for Reverse Osmosis Systems

Product Description
Flocon MC15 is a liquid high pH cleaner specifically
formulated to remove organics, silt and other
particulate deposits from polyamide, polysulfone,
and thin film composite membrane surfaces.
This advanced, high strength cleaner has the
following features:

Formulated with high performance polymers.


Liquid formulation for easy handling and diluting
Highly effective at ambient or elevated
temperatures
Compatible with all membranes except cellulose
acetate
Easy to rinse away and restart system
pH adjusted to 120.5

Typical Properties
The following are typical properties for Flocon
MC15 and should not be regarded as specification
limits for the product. A product specification is
available on request.
Appearance
Odor
pH (1% solution)
Specific Gravity

amber liquid
slight
> 12
1.1

Cleaning and Use Instructions


1. Inspect cleaning tank, hoses and cartridge filters,
and drain the reverse osmosis system as much as
possible.
2. Fill cleaning tank with dematerialized or permeate
water. Add 5 gal (19 liters) for every 4 element,
20 gal (76 liters) for each 8 element
3. Recirculate cleaning tank solution and slowly add
1gallon Flocon MC15 for every 60 gallons of
water (or 1 litre/60 liters).
Part Number
FLOMC15-5

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4. To improve cleaning effectiveness, heat cleaning


solution (do not to exceed 110oF (43oC)).
5. Open concentrate valve and circulate the solution
through the membrane bank in the feed direction at
the flow rate recommended by the membrane or
system manufacturer. If the manufacturers
recommendations are not available, the guidelines in
the table below may be used.
6. Circulate the solution for 60 minutes.
7. Soak for an additional 60 minutes.
8. If the cleaning solution becomes turbid or discolored,
the solution should be discarded and a fresh solution
should then be prepared before cleaning additional
passes.
9. Discharge solution to drain and rinse the RO system.
10. Return concentrate valve to operating position, and
operate RO system to drain until permeate solution
quality returns.
Membrane diameter
(inches)

Flow rate per tube (parallel flow)


US gallons/min
l/min

4
6
8
10
12

6
14
24
30
54

Handling and Logistics


Please read the label and Safety Data Sheet before
handling this product.
Classification

Hazardous for transportation (Class 8)


Corrosive to eyes and skin

Description
Plastic pail

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53
91
114
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Flocon MC20 - Powder Acid Cleaner for Reverse Osmosis Systems

Product Description
Flocon MC20 is a powdered acid pH cleaner
specifically formulated to dissolve and remove
inorganic scales from polyamide, polysulfone, and
thin film composite membrane surfaces. These scales
include, but are not limited to carbonates, iron, and
manganese fouling/deposits.
This advanced, high strength cleaner has the
following features:

Formulated with high performance polymers.


Highly effective at ambient or elevated
temperatures
Compatible with all membranes except cellulose
acetate
Easy to rinse away and restart system
pH adjusted to 20.5

Typical Properties
The following are typical properties for Flocon
MC20 and should not be regarded as specification
limits for the product.
A product specification is available on request.
Appearance
Odor
pH (1% solution)
Bulk Density

off-white granular powder


slight
<2
2.1

Cleaning and Use Instructions


1. Inspect cleaning tank, hoses and cartridge filters,
and drain the reverse osmosis system as much as
possible.
2. Fill cleaning tank with dematerialized or
permeate water. Add 5 gal (19 liters) for every 4
element, 20 gal (76 liters) for each 8 element
3. Recirculate cleaning tank solution and slowly add
1lb Flocon MC20 for every 9 gallons of water (or
15 grams/liter).
Part Number
FLOMC20-5

4. To improve cleaning effectiveness, heat cleaning


solution (do not to exceed 110oF (43oC)).
5. Open concentrate valve and circulate the solution
through the membrane bank in the feed direction at
the flow rate recommended by the membrane or
system manufacturer. If the manufacturers
recommendations are not available, the guidelines in
the table below may be used.
6. Circulate the solution for 60 minutes.
7. Soak for an additional 60 minutes.
8. If the cleaning solution becomes turbid or
discolored, the solution should be discarded and a
fresh solution should then be prepared before
cleaning additional passes.
9. Discharge solution to drain and rinse the RO system.
10. Return concentrate valve to operating position, and
operate RO to drain until permeate solution quality
returns.
Membrane diameter
(inches)

Flow rate per tube (parallel flow)


US gallons/min
l/min

4
6
8
10
12

6
14
24
30
54

Handling and Logistics


Please read the label and Safety Data Sheet before
handling this product.
Classification

Hazardous for transportation (Class 8)


Causes burns to eyes and skin
Harmful if swallowed

Description
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53
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Flocon MC25 - Liquid Acid Cleaner for Reverse Osmosis Systems

Product Description
Flocon MC25 is a liquid acid pH cleaner specifically
formulated to dissolve and remove inorganic scales
from polyamide, polysulfone, and thin film composite
membrane surfaces. These scales include, but are not
limited to carbonates, iron, and manganese
fouling/deposits.
This advanced, high strength cleaner has the following
features:

Formulated with high performance polymers.


Liquid formulation for easy handling and diluting
Highly effective at ambient or elevated temperatures
Compatible with all membranes except cellulose
acetate
Easy to rinse away and restart system
pH adjusted to 20.5

Typical Properties
The following are typical properties for Flocon MC25
and should not be regarded as specification limits for
the product. A product specification is available on
request.
Appearance
Odor
pH (1% solution)
Specific Gravity

clear to pale amber liquid


slight
<2
1.1

Cleaning and Use Instructions


1. Inspect cleaning tank, hoses, and cartridge filters,
and drain the reverse osmosis as much as possible.
2. Fill cleaning tank with dematerialized or permeate
water. Add 5 gal (19 liters) for every 4 element, 20
gal (76 liters) for each 8 element

Part Number
FLOMC25-5

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3. Recirculate cleaning tank and slowly add 1gallon


Flocon MC25 for every 60 gallons of water (or
1liter/60liters)
4. To improve cleaning effectiveness, heat cleaning
solution (do not to exceed 110oF (43oC)).
5. Open concentrate valve and circulate the solution
through the membrane bank in the feed direction at
the flow rate recommended by the membrane or
system manufacturer. If the manufacturers
recommendations are not available, the guidelines in
the table below may be used.
6. Circulate the solution for 60 minutes
7. Soak for an additional 60 minutes
8. If the cleaning solution becomes turbid or
discolored, the solution should be discarded and a
fresh solution should then be prepared before
cleaning additional passes.
9. Discharge solution to drain and rinse the RO system
10. Return concentrate valve to operating position, and
operate RO system to drain until permeate solution
quality returns.
Membrane diameter
(inches)

Flow rate per tube (parallel flow)


US gallons/min
l/min

4
6
8
10
12

23
53
91
114
204

Handling and Logistics


Please read the label and Safety Data Sheet before
handling this product.
Classification
Hazardous for transportation (Class 8)
Irritating to eyes and skin

Description
Plastic Pail

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6
14
24
30
54

Net Weight
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Flocon 135 - Antiscalant for Reverse Osmosis Systems

Product Description
Flocon 135 is an aqueous solution of a
specialized phosphinocarboxylic acid, highly
effective in controlling the deposition of
inorganic scale-forming salts on membrane
surfaces.

Excellent control of carbonate and sulphate


scales for cost-effective operation
Compatible with all major membranes
International potable water approvals
Dispersant
Iron tolerant

Typical Properties
The following are typical properties for Flocon
135 and should not be regarded as specification
limits for the product. A product specification is
available on request.
Appearance
pH
Specific gravity at 20/20oC
Freezing point range

pale yellow liquid


3.5 to 4.5
1.13 to 1.18
0 to -3oC

Chemical Reactivity
Flocon 135 is not affected by chlorine or other
oxidizing biocides under normal conditions of
use. Flocon 135 may be used in membrane
systems using chlorine and sodium
metabisulphite.
Part Number
FLO135-5
FLO135-55
FLO135-275

Application and Dose Level


Flocon 135 is an aqueous solution of an organic acid and
as such is corrosive in its concentrated form. Corrosion
resistant dosing equipment should therefore be used.
Examples of suitable materials are 316L stainless steel, or
plastics such as GRP, PVC and PE.
Flocon 135 is miscible with water in all proportions. It
may be applied as the neat product, or as a solution in
permeate. A minimum dosing solution strength of 10%
w/w is recommended. Flocon 135 should be dosed
continuously and proportionately to the feed water flow,
to maintain the recommended dose level.
The dose level required is dependent on the quality of
the feed water and the saturation indices of the various
scale forming species present in the concentrated brine.
Proprietary computer software is used to calculate
scaling indices and calculate optimum system recovery.
Dose level projections and recommendations are
available on request.
Handling
Flocon 135 is certified to ANSI / NSF Standard 60 for
use in reverse osmosis systems producing potable water.
Please read the label and Material Safety Data Sheet
before handling this product.
Logistics
Classification

Non-hazardous for conveyance


Non-irritant for supply

Description
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Plastic drums
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Flocon 260 - Premium Antiscalant and Antifoulant for Membrane Systems

Product Description
Flocon 260 is an aqueous solution of a specialized
polycarboxylic acid, highly effective in controlling
the deposition of inorganic scale forming salts and
particulate fouling on membrane surfaces.

Excellent control of carbonate scales, sulphate


and fluoride for cost effective operation
Effectively control both soluble and insoluble
iron
Effective against silica fouling
Dispersant
Compatible with all major membranes
International potable water approvals

Typical Properties
The following are typical properties for Flocon 260
and should not be regarded as specification limits
for the product. A product specification is available
on request.
Appearance
pH
Specific gravity at 20/20C
Freezing point range

pale yellow liquid


<2
1.14 to 1.165
0 to -10oC

Chemical Reactivity
Flocon 260 is not affected by chlorine or other
oxidising biocides under normal conditions of use.
Flocon 260 may be used in membrane systems
using chlorine and sodium metabisulphite.

Application and Dose Level


Flocon 260 is an aqueous solution of an organic acid and
as such is corrosive in its concentrated form. Corrosion
resistant dosing equipment should therefore be used.
Examples of suitable materials are 316L stainless steel, or
plastics such as GRP, PVC and PE.
The recommended injection point is into the feed water
downstream of any filtration equipment and cartridge
filters.
Flocon 260 is miscible with water in all proportions. It
may be applied as the neat product, or as a solution in
permeate. A minimum dosing solution strength of 10%
w/w is recommended. Flocon 260 should be dosed
continuously and proportionately to the feed water flow,
to maintain the recommended dose level.
The dose level required is dependent on the quality of
the feedwater and the saturation indices of the various
scale forming species present in the concentrated brine.
Proprietary computer software is used to calculate scaling
indices and calculate optimum system recovery. Dose
level projections and recommendations are available on
request.
Handling
Flocon 260 is certified to ANSI / NSF Standard 60 for
use in reverse osmosis systems producing potable water.
Please read the label and Material Safety Data Sheet
before handling this product.
Logistics
Classification

Part Number
FLO260-6
FLO260-55
FLO260-275

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Irritating to eyes for supply

Description
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E4-LE Series 60 Hz - Reverse Osmosis Equipment

Reverse Osmosis Machine 2,200 to 13,200


gallons per day
When you mention reverse osmosis (RO), GE Water
& Process Technologies is the first name to come
to mind. Our E-series RO machines (Figure 1) are
designed for durable operation, high quality product
water production, easy installation and straightforward
control.

General Properties
Typical Applications
Process ingredient water
Rinse water
Food ingredient water
Safe drinking water
Boiler feed water
Ion exchange pre-treatment
Standard Economy Features (ECN)
Low-energy design reduces electrical requirements and
operating costs
RO Save.Zs, 1 micron pre-filter
Automatic inlet shut-off valve
Permeate and Concentrate flow meters
Remote machine on/off capability
Thermal Motor Protection
Pre-filter, post-filter, primary, and final pressure gauges
Flow control center including concentrate and recycle
valves
Deluxe (DLX) Features --- In addition to ECN
Features
Auto flush system
Low inlet pressure switch
Digital conductivity meter
Alarms: Low Inlet Pressure, Motor Starter overload

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Figure 1: E4-LE Series 60 Hz

Table 1: Operating Parameters


100-110 psig (6.9- 7.6 bar)
Operating Pressure
Maximum Recovery
75%
Nominal Rejection
95-98%
Operating Temperature 55-85 F (13-30 C)
Minimum Inlet Pressure 30 psig (2 bar)
Design Temperature
77 F (25 C)
Table 2: Materials of Construction
Frame
Painted Carbon Steel
Membrane Elements
Desal AK4040T1305
Membrane Housing
Stainless Steel
Inlet Plumbing
Schedule 80 PVC
High Pressure Plumbing Reinforced rubber hose
Permeate/Concentrate
Polyethylene, NSF approved
Tubing
Control Enclosure
NEMA 1
Motor Starters
NEMA 4X
Cartridge Filter
RO,Save, 1 micron
Table 3: Pump and Motor
Pump Manufacturer Tonkaflo
Pump Type
Multi-stage, centrifugal
Materials
SS shell/housing, Noryl* internals
Castings
SS inlet/discharge
Motor
3-phase, TEFC, 460/230 VAC
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E4-LE Series 60 Hz - Reverse Osmosis Equipment
Table 4: E4H Specifications - 60 Hz
E4-2200

E4-4400

E4-6600

E4-8800

E4-11000

E4-13200

ECN
DLX

Model

1230850
1230852

1230855
1230856

1230859
1230860

1230863
1230864

1230867
1230868

1230871
1230871

Recovery Range:
Permeate Rate:
gpm (m3/h)
Concentrate Rate:
gpm (m3/h)

50-75%
1.5 (0.3)

50-75%
3 (0.7)

50-75%
4.5 (1.0)

50-75%
6 (1.4)

50-75%
7.5 (1.7)

50-75%
9 (2.1)

1.5-0.5
(0.3-0.1)

3.0-1.0
(0.7-0.2)

4.5-1.5
(1-0.3)

6.0-2.0
(1.4-0.5)

7.5-2.5
(1.7-0.6)

9.0-3.0
(2.1-0.7)

Pump Model
Motor: HP (KW)

SS1809X
1.5 (1.1)

SS1809X
1.5 (1.1)

SS1809X
1.5 (1.1)

SS1812X
2 (1.5)

SS1812X
2 (1.5)

4
1-1-1-1

5
2-1-1-1

6
2-2-1-1

0.75 (1.9)
0.75 (1.9)
0.75 (1.9)

0.75 (1.9)
0.75 (1.9)
0.75 (1.9)

0.75 (1.9)
0.75 (1.9)
0.75 (1.9)

Flow Specifications

Pump and Motor


SS1809X
1.5 (1.1)

Membrane Elements
Quantity
Array

1
1

2
1-1

3
1-1-1

0.75 (1.9)
0.5 (1.3)
0.5 (1.3)

0.75 (1.9)
0.5 (1.3)
0.5 (1.3)

Connections
Inlet: inch (cm)
Permeate: inch (cm)
Concentrate: inch (cm)

0.75 (1.9)
0.5 (1.3)
0.5 (1.3)

Dimensions & Weights


Height: inch (cm)
Width: inch (cm)
Depth: inch (cm)
Shipping Weight
Estimate: lb (kg)

280

50 (127)
30 (76)
20 (51)

50 (127)
30 (76)
20 (51)

55 (139)
30 (76)
20 (51)

55 (139)
30 (76)
26 (66)

60 (152)
30 (76)
26 (66)

60 (152)
30 (76)
26 (66)

170 (77)

185 (83)

215 (98)

235 (107)

325 (147)

345 (156)

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E4H Series 60 Hz - Reverse Osmosis Equipment

Reverse Osmosis Machine 15,200 to 43,200


gallons per day
When you mention reverse osmosis (RO), GE Water
& Process Technologies is the first name to come to
mind. Our E-series RO machines (Figure 1) are designed
for durable operation, high quality product
water production, easy installation and straightforward
control.

General Properties
Figure 1: E4H Series 60 Hz

Typical Applications
Process ingredient water
Safe drinking water
Boiler feed water
Ion exchange pre-treatment

Table 1: Operating Parameters

Standard Economy Features


5-micron pre-filter and housing, 20 Inch (50.80 cm)
Automatic inlet shutoff valve
Motor thermal protection
Pre/Post-filter and primary/final pressure gauges
Permeate and concentrate flow rotameters
Permeate conductivity meter
ALARMS: Low inlet pressure, high amp draw
Feed water flush on shutdown
Deluxe (DLX) Features --- In addition to ECN
Features
Accutrak* RO microprocessor controller
SD card for collection of operating data
Permeate and concentrate paddlewheel flow sensors
Inlet pH sensor
Permeate tank level monitoring
Chemical dosing pump for antiscalant dosing or pH
adjustment
Clean in Place (CIP) system, 5 HP (3.7 KW)
ALARMS: Low inlet pressure, high concentrate and
permeate pressure, high temperature, high permeate
conductivity, high/low pH, motor fault, and fill-time
exceeded
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Operating Pressure
Maximum Recovery
Nominal Rejection
Operating Temperature
Minimum Inlet Pressure
Design Temperature

220 psig (15 bar)


75%
95-98%
55-85 F (13-30 C)
30 psig (2 bar)
77 F (25 C)

Table 2: Materials of Construction


Frame
Painted Carbon Steel
Membrane Elements
Desal AG4040
Membrane Housing
FRP
Low Pressure Pipe
Schedule 80 PVC
High Pressure Pipe
Stainless Steel
Motor Starters
NEMA 4
Table 3: Pump and Motor
Pump Manufacturer Tonkaflo
Pump Type
Multi-stage, centrifugal
Materials
SS shell/housing, Noryl* internals
Castings
SS inlet/discharge
Motor
3-phase, TEFC, 460/230 VAC

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E4H Series 60 Hz - Reverse Osmosis Equipment
Table 4: E4H Specifications - 60 Hz
Model
230 VAC
460 VAC

ECN
DLX
ECN
DLX

E4H-16K

E4H-21K

E4H-27K

E4H-38K

E4H-43K

1163775
1200054
1163776
1200055

1163781
1200060
1163782
1200061

1163787
1200066
1163788
1200067

1163793
1200072
1163794
1200073

1163796
1200075
1163797
1200076

75%
18.8 (4.3)
6.3 (1.4)

75%
26.2 (5.9)
8.8 (2.0)

75%
30 (6.8)
10.0 (2.3)

SS2828D
10 (7.4)
SS2805AZ
2 (1.5)

SS5512KA
15 (11.2)
SS5503G
5 (3.7)

SS5512KA
15 (11.2)
SS5503G
5 (3.7)

1.5 (3.8)
1 (2.5)
1 (2.5)

1.5 (3.8)
1 (2.5)
1 (2.5)

1.5 (3.8)
1 (2.5)
1 (2.5)

1.5 (3.8)
1 (2.5)
1 (2.5)

1.5 (3.8)
1 (2.5)
1 (2.5)

1.5 (3.8)
1 (2.5)
1 (2.5)

Flow Specifications
Recovery Range:
Permeate Rate: gpm (m3/h)
Concentrate Rate: gpm (m3/h)

75%
11.2 (2.56)
3.4 (0.9)

RO Pump Model
RO Motor: HP (KW)
CIP Pump Model: (DLX only)
CIP Motor: HP (KW)

SS2823G
7.5 (5.6)
SS2805AZ
2 (1.5)

75%
15 (3.4)
5.0 (1.1)

Pump and Motor


SS2823G
7.5 (5.6)
SS2805AZ
2 (1.5)

Membrane Elements and Filters


Membrane Quantity
Array
Pre-Filter Quantity

9
2-1
2

12
2-2
2

Connections
Inlet: inch (cm)
Permeate: inch (cm)
Concentrate: inch (cm)

1.5 (3.8)
1 (2.5)
1 (2.5)

1.5 (3.8)
1 (2.5)
1 (2.5)

Dimensions & Weights


Height: inch (cm)
Width: inch (cm)
Depth: inch (cm)

62 (158)
132 (335)
36 (92)

62 (158)
132 (335)
36 (92)

62 (158)
132 (335)
36 (92)

62 (158)
132 (335)
36 (92)

62 (158)
132 (335)
36 (92)

Shipping Weight
Estimate: lb (kg)

ECN

1000 (500)

1050 (500)

1550 (700)

1700 (800)

1800 (820)

Shipping Weight
Estimate: lb (kg)

DLX

11500 (530)

1250 (570)

1750 (800)

1900 (870)

2000 (910)

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E8 Series 60 Hz - Reverse Osmosis Equipment

Reverse Osmosis Machine 57,000 to 144,000


gallons per day
When you mention reverse osmosis (RO), GE Water
& Process Technologies is the first name to come to
mind. Our E-series RO machines (Figure 1) are designed
for durable operation, high quality product water
production, easy installation and straightforward control.

Figure 1: E8 Series 60 Hz

General Properties
Typical Applications
Process ingredient water
Safe drinking water
Boiler feed water
Ion exchange pre-treatment
Standard Economy Features
Energy saving 400 ft2 (37.2 m2) membrane elements
SS high-pressure piping
1-micron pre-filter and SS housing
Automatic inlet shut-off valve
Accutrak* RO microprocessor controller
Permeate and concentrate paddlewheel flow sensors
Permeate conductivity sensor
Permeate tank level monitoring
SD card for collection of operating data
ALARMS: Low inlet pressure, high concentrate pressure,
high temperature, high permeate conductivity, motor
fault, and fill-time exceeded
Remote machine on/off capability
Feed water flush on shutdown
Panel-mounted pre-filter, post-filter, primary, and final
pressure gauges
Deluxe (DLX) Features --- In addition to ECN
Features
Inlet pH sensor
Chemical dosing pump for antiscalant dosing or pH
adjustment
Clean-In-Place pump plumbed, wired and mounted;
remote tank
ALARMS: Same as above plus high/low inlet pH, high
permeate pressure
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Table 1: Operating Parameters


200-250 psig (13.8-17.2
Operating Pressure
bar)
Maximum Recovery
75%
Nominal Rejection
95-98%
Operating Temperature 55-85 F (13-30 C)
Minimum Inlet
30 psig (2 bar)
Pressure
Design Temperature
77 F (25 C)
Table 2: Materials of Construction
Frame
Painted Carbon Steel
Membrane Elements
Desal AG8040F-400
Membrane Housing
FRP
Low Pressure Pipe
Schedule 80 PVC
High Pressure Pipe
Stainless Steel
Motor Starters
NEMA 4
Table 3: Pump and Motor
Pump Manufacturer
Tonkaflo
Pump Type
Multi-stage, centrifugal
Materials
SS shell/housing, Noryl*
internals
Castings
SS inlet/discharge
Motor
3-phase, TEFC, 460 VAC

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E8 Series 60 Hz - Reverse Osmosis Equipment
Table 4: E4H Specifications - 60 Hz
Model
ECN
DLX

E8-57K`

E8-86K

E8-108K

E8-144K

1202846
1202833

1202284
1202287

1202850
1202835

1202286
1202288

66-75%
75 (17)
39-25 (9-6)

66-75%
100 (23)
52-33 (12-8)

Flow Specifications
Recovery Range:
Permeate Rate: gpm (m3/h)
Concentrate Rate: gpm (m3/h)

66-75%
40 (9)
21-13 (5-3)

66-75%
60 (14)
30-20 (7-5)

RO Pump Model
RO Motor: HP (KW)

SS8510KA
15 (11.2)

SS8512KB
20 (15)

SS8512KB
25 (18.7)

SS24006KE
40 (29.8)

CIP Pump Model: (DLX only)


CIP Motor: HP (KW)

SS5504G
5 (3.7)

SS5504G
5 (3.7)

SS8504G
7.5 (5.6)

SS8504G
7.5 (5.6)

Pump and Motor

Membrane Elements and Filters


Membrane Quantity

12

15

21

Array
Pre-Filter Quantity

1-1-1
7, RO.Zs 01-40-XK

2-1-1
7, RO.Zs 01-40-XK

3-2
7, RO.Zs 01-40-XK

3-2-2
7, RO.Zs 01-40-XK

2.0 (5.1)
2.0 (5.1)
1.5 (3.8)

3.0 (7.6)
2.0 (5.1)
1.5 (3.8)

Connections
Inlet: inch (cm)
Permeate: inch (cm)
Concentrate: inch (cm)

2.0 (5.1)
1.5 (3.8)
1.5 (3.8)

2.0 (5.1)
2.0 (5.1)
1.5 (3.8)

Height: inch (cm)


Width: inch (cm)
Depth: inch (cm) ECN
Depth: inch (cm) DLX
Shipping Weight
Estimate: lb (kg)
Shipping Weight
Estimate: lb (kg)

76 (193)
153 (388)
42 (107)
91 (231)

76 (193)
153 (388)
42 (107)
91 (231)

76 (193)
153 (388)
42 (107)
91 (231)

76 (193)
153 (388)
42 (107)
103 (262)

ECN

2600 (1200)

3000 (1360)

3400 (1500)

3800 (1750)

DLX

2800 (1300)

3300 (1500)

3700 (1700)

4200 (1900)

Dimensions & Weights

284

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Parker Anocel TCF - Cathodic and Anodic Cells

ANOCELTM-TCF
T-1500 and T-2000 series tubular cells for
both cathodic and anodic E-coat applications
SPECIFICATIONS
Materials of construction
Heavy-duty PVC body; rigid polypropylene mesh
membrane protector
Electrode
The anodes and cathodes are supplied with 316L
stainless steel.
TYPE

ANODE DIAMETER

EFFECTIVE AREA

T-1500
T-2000

(1-7/8)
(2-3/8)

0.49 ft2/ft [0.15 m2/m]


0.62 ft2/ft [0.19 m2/m]

Membrane
Pre-expanded resin based ion exchange membrane.
Welded construction.
Available for cathodic and anodic paints.
Dimensions
Maximum shell outer diameter
T-1500
3.5 (89 mm)
T-2000
4.5 (114 mm)
Standard lengths available in a range of sizes up to 12
(366 cm)
Accessories
Flow meters with valve
Supply and return tubing
Mounting clamps
Appropriate inlet/outlet connections, i.e., hose
inlet/outlet fittings
Electrical connection
Quick disconnect electrical connection

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The Anocel-TCF (center feed) is a robust and energy


saving anode offering a revolutionary cap design. The
cap design allows the anode to rotate without
disassembly, to ensure even wear and longer life. AnocelTCF also features a clean anolyte feed down through the
center of the anode that prevents clogging and improves
flow through the entire anolyte cell. A welded
membrane design and heavy-duty protective mesh cover
adds durability.
The Parker flushable Anocel TCF maintains optimum
pH by extracting acid from the paint bath as it serves as
a counter electrode with the least electrical resistance.
The Anocel-TCF, with its robust and more efficient cap
design and the ion-selective membrane, are available in
1.5 and 2 diameter and standard lengths to provide
maximum flexibility for part size and tank depth.

BENEFITS

Sealed closed-top design can be used for vertical or


horizontal mount
Proprietary external electrode rotation capability
Spiral welded construction of membrane
Submerible floor and roof electros
Electrical efficiency sustained

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Parker Anocel TCF - Cathodic and Anodic Cells
T-1500 and T-2000 series tubular cells for both cathodic and anodic E-coat applications
ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Membrane construction
The resin-based ion-selective membrane has been chosen to
provide the lowest electrical resistance. Parker Hannifin
Corporations proprietary welded tubular construction
creates a self-supporting structure that eliminates membrane
distortion. Placing the membrane between these frames (and
not wrapping the membrane around the inner frame),
reduces resistance and blockage of the electrical paths. The
benefits of this are even wear and longer life for the electrode
and more economic cell operation.
Other cells available on the market use the inner frame to
wrap or roll the dry membrane in a circular or tubular shape.
Another layer of material is wrapped around the dry
membrane to keep it from swelling when it becomes wet.
These additional support layers for the ions to pass through
increase the resistivity of the cell, thereby increasing
electrical costs. Additionally, this method of fabrication
distorts the expanded membrane into the holes of the inner
and outer frame. This distortion causes uneven electrolyte
circulation and the creation of hot spots of higher
conductivity in the electrolyte solution. These hot spots
concentrate the current draw of the device into an uneven
pattern and erode the electrode at an accelerated rate. The
result is shorter electrode life and higher maintenance costs.

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Optional configurations
Submersible floor and overhead electrodes (see notes)
Bare electrodes
RuO and Iridium

Notes:
Tubular overhead cells: same features as the side cell
version; is available in custom sizes for any
application. All units are supplied complete with
mounting hardware and instructions.

Tubular floor cells: same features as the overhead


cells except these units are completely submersible.
Available in custom sizes and formats to fit any
application. Available in both bare and membrane
style and include appropriate mounting hardware.

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Synder - Anode Cell

TECHCELL TUBULAR ANODE CELLS


Tubular anodes provide better painting coverage than flat cells. With more throw angles, tubular anodes
can reach more surfaces on the part and paint parts for a longer time frame in monorail systems.
The anionic membrane area is greater than the anode area, reducing electrical resistance
and therefore, lowering operational cost. Synders anoylte delivery system supplies
maximum flushing of the anode to remove corrosive oxygen, extending anode life.
Synders unique membrane inner-support offers greater annular space for anolyte to flow.
This helps to keep the membrane clean, minimizing the build-up of electrical resistance.
TechCELLs can be removed by a single operator, creating greater ease of use and reducing
maintenance costs.
Custom designs to meet different tank and part criteria and configuration.
Mounting hardware, Anderson power pole electrical quick connectors and 5
anolyte tubing supplied with each cell.

PAINT MORE & SAVE ENERGY


Anolyte Solution is forced out of the bottom of the anode pipe, facilitating rapid
oxygen removal along the entire anode length.

Better oxygen removal = Less corrosion of the anode.

CROSS SECTION OF MEMBRANE SHELL


BETTER THROW ANGLES
Annular space between membrane and inner support greatly
improves rinsing of membrane to reduce foulants, such as iron
oxide. This in turn minimizes build up of electrical resistance
on the membrane.

Tubular (Round) Anodes offer a greater range of electrical throw


angles vs. flat cells. A greater variety of throw angles can
significantly improve the coating quality and coverage in hard to
reach areas of the part.
More throw angles also allow the anode to start painting sooner in
monorail systems.

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Synder - Anode Cell
TECHCELL TUBULAR ANODE CELLS

MODULAR SUPERCELL C SHAPED ANODE CELLS


SuperCELLs also provide better painting coverage than flat cells. with more throw angles, SuperCELL anodes can reach
more surfaces on the part and paint parts for a longer time frame in monorail systems.
The anionic membrane area is greater than the anode area, reducing electrical resistance and therefore, lowering
operational cost.
Modular SuperCELLs only have four bolts and can be rebuilt in minutes instead of hours. Standard SuperCELLs with
bolts along the frame are also available.
SuperCELLs are still the most economic choice for automotive e-coat tanks or larger industrial tanks.
Custom designs to meet different tank and part criteria and configuration.
ANOLYTE SYSTEMS
Synder offers a range of features including advanced conductivity controllers, ultrasonic level sensors, and UV systems in
all sizes for both automotive and industrial e-coat systems.

CURRENT MONITORING SYSTEMS


Synders advanced, compact CMS units output data via PLC
showing real-time conditions in the tank with intuitive, icon-based
PC software. Data can be easily manipulated to show historical
trends, hot spots in the tank, and other important information.

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