AXEON Low Pressure HF1 Series Membrane Elements are manufactured using the industrys leading patented membrane film technology and offer reliability, high performance and deliver consistent results. They offer increased production, high rejection rates and low energy consumption by operating at low applied pressures.
AXEON HF1 Membrane Elements are one of the industries most reliable and highest performing reverse osmosis elements. AXEON membranes are available in all standard commercial sizes and feature a protective ABS shell. Advanced membrane technology and manufacturing processes ensure high quality and performance, allowing for improved system performance. All elements are shipped dry for an extended shelf life and easier handling. Membrane elements are 100% vacuum integrity tested and may also be ordered as individually wet tested.
Under certain conditions, the presence of free chlorine and other oxidizing agents will cause premature membrane failure. Since oxidation damage is not covered under warranty, the manufacturer recommends removing residual free chlorine by pretreatment prior to membrane exposure. Wet tested membrane elements must be kept sealed and moist when in storage. Drying out may occur and damage the membrane permanently. Prevent elements from freezing or being exposed to direct sunlight. Wet tested elements are vacuum sealed in a polyethylene bag containing 1.0% sodium meta-bisulfite and then packaged in a cardboard box. Discard the permeate for the first twenty-four hours of operation. The permeate flow (product water flow) varies with feed water temperature. For membrane warranty information, please contact the manufacturer.
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