RO SURFACTANT CLEANER 25 LTR
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RO Surfactant Cleaner™ has been developed for the cleaning of reverse osmosis (RO), nano-filtration (NF) and ultra-filtration (UF) membranes. RO Surfactant Cleaner™ is a formulation based on an anionic surfactant and is highly effective in removing colloidal and other organic matter.
This product supersedes product no: PC-67.11R
- Effective surfactant formulation
- Compatible with wide range of RO membranes
- Liquid formulation
- Helps to maintain RO performance
- Effective dosage
- Certified by NSF in accordance with Standard 60 drinking water standards
|Invent Hazard Material (IMO/EU) classification||C-49|
|Colour||Colorless to pale yellow|
|Materials compatibility||All membrane elements based on Polyamide chemistries including Thin Film Composite (TFC) membranes when used as prescribed. 304 Stainless Steel Viton O-rings, Buna-N O-rings, Polyethylene piping, Polypropylene piping, HDPE, ULDPE, Epoxy phenolic.|
|pH||7.0 to 9.0|
|Not Compatible||Coated steel phenolic , Neoprene O-rings, Hypalon O-rings , EPDM O-rings|
Note: Viscosity might increase during low temperatures. The recommended storage temperature is between 25-40 C.
NSF International Certifies that this product conforms to the requirements of NSF/ANSI Standard 60 - Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals - Health Effects. For off-line use.
Directions for use
During normal operation, RO membranes can become fouled, which greatly reduces the efficiency of the system. Deposits build up on the membrane until they cause a reduction in permeate flow and loss in salt rejection. The effects of fouling can lead to poor water quality, loss in production, unscheduled down time and membrane replacement. A regular maintenance and cleaning program can provide return on investment (ROI) results ranging from 100 to 250% by maintaining low pump output pressures and extending the membrane's life.
Elements should be cleaned whenever the normalized permeate flow rate or salt rejection decreases by 10-15% or the differential pressure increases by 10-15% from the original baseline data.
NALFLEET™ RO Surfactant Cleaner conforms to the requirements of NSF/ANSI Standard 60 - Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals - Health Effects.
Dosing and Control
NALFLEET™ RO Surfactant Cleaner should be fed via a closed feed system. A closed feed system is defined as a system in which fluid is moved from a closed storage vessel into a treated media without exposure to the atmosphere except through normal venting or pressure relief devices. NALFLEET™ RO Surfactant Cleaner cleaning solutions are made at 1.0 - 2.0% (by weight) with chlorine-free product water and sodium hydroxide addition to give a pH of 10.5 - 11.0.
737189 CHEM. CLEAN. UNIT W/HEATING, COATED Product number: 737189