Duraslick„¢ Low Fouling Membranes for Surface and Natural Water
Membrane fouling is a common occurrence in pure water applications that negatively affects a reverse osmosis system's productivity. Typically the buildup of organic material and colloids on the membrane surface, as well as microbiological growth, are the causes of membrane fouling. This produces a loss of flux, lower rejection rates and pressure increases.
GE Osmonics Duraslick„¢ membrane elements incorporate an innovative membrane design that is significantly smoother, less fouling and more consistent. Some benefits include: