Water Dispenser

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December 2011

The Palm Spring water dispenser comes equipped with a five-stage reverse osmosis (RO) system suitable for places with a greater demand of drinking water such as meeting or convention rooms. The dispenser is available in cold, hot and room temperatures and can also dispense soda water. Options include an ultraviolet (UV) and direct chill system.

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Fundamentals of Reverse Osmosis

This is the first in a series of five articles providing an overview of how point-of-use (POU) reverse osmosis (RO) technology works in residential systems and the critical parameters to keep in mind to optimize its performance.

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An introduction to RO and its applications

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Diego Bonta is a member of the Global Residential & Commercial Application Development team at Dow Water & Process Solutions and a member of the WQP Editorial Advisory Board. Bonta can be reached at dbonta@dow.com.

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February 5, 2011
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RO Systems

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April 2010

Green by Design RO systems reduce wastewater and operating costs. The R-1500 produces 1,500 gpd with only 375 gpd to the drain. The system has a compact frame, 16 in. wide by 16 in. deep and 30 in. in height, and is equipped with an SS membrane vessel, TDS monitor, blending and recirculation valves.

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Vessels

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The 2500/4000 Series stainless steel membrane pressure vessels are precision manufactured, using high-grade materials, for connection to standard RO membrane elements and are available in 304 and 316 stainless steel. They are constructed from 2-mm-thick stainless steel and use glass-fiber reinforced polyamide end caps. Vessels are fitted with EPDM U-packing sealers to provide superior leak proofing.

Residential Membrane

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R.O. UltraTec’s newest residential membrane is the 150 gal per day (gpd) Thin Film Composite element. It is manufactured with the industry’s leading Film Technology membrane flat sheet and is spiral wound to fit all standard size residential membrane housings. This new 1.8” x 12” membrane element produces 150 gpd at 65 psi with a nominal rejection of 98%. R.O. UltraTec’s TF membranes are integrity tested and shipped “dry” for longer shelf life and are now NSF 58 approved.

Drinking Water Systems

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July 2009

Watts "QT" drinking water systems with quick twist catridges and membranes provides your customers with an easy and convenient change out of their cartridges. Quick Twist cartridges are designed with double o-rings to prevent leaks. Flow shuts off when cartridges are removed. You get proprietary cartridges to ensure reoccurring income.

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Commercial Membrane Elements

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July 2009

R.O. UltraTec’s newest line of HF5 commercial membrane elements are the industry’s highest flowing membranes. The HF5 4-in. x 40-in. ultra low pressure membrane elements are rated for 4,000 gpd at 150 psi, 3,000 gpd at 100 psi and 2,500 gpd at 80 psi, while maintaining a nominal rejection rate of 98.5%. HF5-4040 membrane elements are manufactured with an industry-leading Film Technology membrane flat sheet and is spiral wound to fit all standard size commercial membrane housings.

Membrane

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May 2009

Filmtec 8-in. saltwater reverse osmosis membrane elements improve performance and energy efficiency in desalination applications. The SW30XHR-400i has the highest salt rejection at 99.8%, and effectively removes boron and other dissolved solids. With a guaranteed active area of 400 sq ft and a flowrate of 6,000 gpd, the elements enhance productivity and exhibit high performance over operating lifetime.

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