Brack water or Brackish water is defined as water with a level of salinity between freshwater and seawater. Estuaries areas are a good example where you can find brackish water. An estuary is a location where salt and fresh water mix, typically around the opening of a river, and many industrial and commercial water treatment facilities pull water from such locations. These Brackish Water RO Membranes are for Light Industrial Systems that need high rejection and operating pressures as low as 200 psig are desired.
Axeon HR3 Series Reverse Osmosis Membranes are one of the industries most reliable and highest performing reverse osmosis elements. The HR3 Series RO membrane elements are available in all standard commercial sizes, feature a protective ABS shell, and are 100% vacuum integrity tested. The polyamide thin-film used in the Axeon HR3 Series membranes is manufactured by a major US membrane film manufacturer.
Toray Brackish Water Membranes are designed to be used on water sources with medium salinity (2,000-10,000 ppm). They can be used in multiple membrane systems to treat, municipal, industrial, commercial or process water.
AG High Rejection Brackish Water RO Membrane Elements are selected when high rejection and operating pressures as low as 200 psig are desired. Brackish water reverse osmosis membrane elements allow moderate energy savings, and are considered a standard in the industry.
Filmtec Brackish Water RO Membranes are for Light Industrial Reverse Osmosis Systems that need high rejection and operating pressures as low as 225 psig are desired.
Hydranautics Brackish Water RO Membranes provide a desirable combination of both high rejection and high flow in areas where ultrahigh purity water is needed, but conditions are unfavorable.