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NEW 99 Percent Rejection SpectraSelect Plus™ 90-GPD RO Membrane - MEM-SP-0090

Brand: SpectraPure
Product Code: MEM-SP-0090
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OVERVIEW:
SpectraSelect Plus™ membranes set the industry standards for highest rejection, flow rate, and longevity.  SpectraSelect Plus™ 99% Rejection Membranes effectively DOUBLES post Deionizing cartridge life! See why HERE.

SpectraPure®SpectraSelectPlus™ membranes are treated with a proprietary process to enhance rejection, increase production and speed rinse up times. These treated membranes are then  hand-picked and individually tested for consistent ultra-high rejection. No other membrane can match the SpectraSelectPlus™ for long life and the ability to remove silica phosphates, nitrates, and heavy metals.

SpectraSelectPlus™ Membranes are standard equipment in our Maxcap, and UHE RO/DI Systems and can also be used available as an upgrade replacement option for most Reverse Osmosis Systems, and are interchangeable with Captive Purity™, Kent Marine®, Air Water Ice®, Bulk Reef Supply®, and most residential/aquarium RO or RO-DI systems.

FEATURES:
- Typical stabilized conductivity rejection 99%, minimum conductivity rejection 98%.
- Membranes produce rated GPD ± 20% at 60 psi.
- *Permeate flow and conductivity rejection based on 250 ppm, 77°F (25°C) softened water feed, 15% recovery and the specified applied pressure.

Working  limits:
 - Maximum temperature 113F (45c) note: DO NOT FREEZE-DAMAGE MAY OCCUR!
 - pH range 2-11
 - Free chlorine limits less than 0.1ppm
 - Maximum feed water silt density index (SDI) 5

 

Note: Membranes must be matched with flow restrictors. Always change the flow restrictor when changing membrane size on your system.

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