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RXSOL RO-4 is a organic Cleaner for heavy duty organic deposition in RO Membranes. Membrane Cleaner - removal of Organic matter like oil and film. MEMBRANE CLEANER - DETERGENT FOR ORGANIC
RXSOL RO-4 is a low pH liquid formulation designed specifically to remove organic foulants (including biological) and scale from reverse osmosis (RO), nanofiltration (NF), ultrafiltration
(UF), and microfiltration (MF) membranes. This product contains a blend of solubilizing and complexing agents, as well as a surfactant to enhance cleaning efficacy. Used in tandem with an alkaline cleaner, this highly effective product provides superior cleanings, resulting in longer system running times and optimal membrane life expectancy.
This liquid membrane detergent specifically designed for cleaning reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration and microfiltration membranes.
A Material Safety Data Sheet containing detailed information about this product is available upon request.
- Highly effectivecleaner and maintenance solution for polyamide and polyaramid membranes.
May also be used for cellulose acetate membranes under some circumstances. Contact your GE infrastructuIre Water & Process Technologies representative for details.
Liquid product, designed to maintain an effective pH of 2.5 ± 0.5 over a range of dilutions.
Enhanced performance at elevated temperatures
No adverse effects with repeated use.
Optimum results are obtained when used in conjunctio with RXSOL-4 or RXSOL-3304.
During the operation of a membrane separation system, organic materials and suspended solids in the incoming water can accumulate on the membrane surface. Fouling from these species impedes the flow of water through and across the membrane.This can result in unacceptably low production,high operating pressure, or an excessivepressure drop in the system. Additionally, dissolved solids in the incoming water can concentrate up to a level where they begin to precipitate on the membrane surface. Scaling from hardness and metal salts, found in most unsoftened water, impedes the flow of water through the membrane. The accumulation of scale next to the membrane surface can increase the amount of dissolved material passing through the membrane, resulting in product water of unacceptable quality. Before the particulate fouling and scale accumulate to a level where product water flow or quality declines, or membrane damage is imminent, removal using offline cleaning is required. Indications of the need for cleaning include a significant decrease in normalized permeate flow, a significant increase in pressure drop across the system (or individual stage), or an increase in the normalized salt passage, such that product quality is unacceptable. Your GE representative can assist you with monitoring your system and determining when cleaning is advised.