Filmtec TW30-1812 50 GPD Reverse Osmosis Membrane

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What Size Membrane to Re-Order? The 50 GPD reverse osmosis membrane is the most popular size for home reverse osmosis systems. When replacing the membrane it is also recommended that you replace the Flow Restrictor.

TW30-1812-50 Dow Filmtec 50 GPD TFC Replacement Membrane for Undersink Reverse Osmosis (RO) System

Brand: Filmtec
Polyamide Thin-Film Composite (TFC)
Rated at 50 psi and purifies about 20% more water than elements rated at 60 psi
Shipped dry for convenience and a long shelf life
Free Chlorine Tolerance: <0.1 ppm Dow genuine membrane element, NSF/ANSI Standard 58 certified

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Dow Filmtec TW30-1812-50HR High Rejection Reverse Osmosis Membrane This membrane is rated at 50 Gallons per Day. If you have chlorinated water, we recommend you use a Carbon/Sediment Pre Filter. The residual chlorine in municipal or city water will destroy the Thin Film Composite (TFC) membrane. Dow Filmtec TW30-1812-50HR Reverse Osmosis Membrane elements are for home drinking water. The industry’s most reliable advanced membrane technology and automated fabrication, allow these elements to deliver consistent performance that equipment suppliers, water treatment dealers and residential customers can rely on. This membrane size is 1.75-inch x 11.74-inch and fits in standard size approximately 2-inch x 12-inch pressure vessels. The industry’s most reliable for home drinking water is the Filmtec reverse osmosis membrane elements. Advanced membrane technology and automated fabrication in the Filmtec reverse osmosis membrane allow these elements to deliver consistent performance for all customers. Filmtec reverse osmosis membrane TW30-1812-50HR element is NSF/ANSI Standard 58 listed. Filmtec home drinking water elements are rated at 50 psi and will purify about 20% more water than competitive elements rated at 60 psi. Because of environmental factors actual production may vary.