RO Membrane Housing

  • Product: RO Membrane Housing
  • Material: Polypropylene
  • NFS Listed
  • Strong and durable body
  • Available in all Standard Sizes.


Ozone Spring RO Membrane Housing is constructed from premium “Polypropylene” materials. This item is approved by NSF and can fit most typical 4” – 8” membrane elements. The ribbed cap and housing are both single-piece injection molded components, eliminating the need for solvents or adhesives during manufacturing. The grooved cover contains top square threads and two o-rings for a secure seal that prevents leaks. Ozone Spring RO Membrane Housing stands out for its enhanced durability, attributed to its thicker body and reinforced membrane cup design, which effectively prevents cracking. We stock membrane housings in various sizes, including 2.5 inch and 4 inch diameter options, and lengths ranging from 14 to 120 inches.


How to increase the life time of your RO Membrane Housing ?

Increasing the lifespan of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes is crucial for maintaining the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of an RO system. Here are some key practices to extend the life of RO membranes:

  1. Proper Pretreatment: is crucial to safeguard RO membranes from fouling and harm. Preliminary processes such as sediment filtration, carbon filtration, and ultrafiltration eliminate bigger particles, sediment, chlorine, and organic material that may clog or damage the membranes. Sufficient pre-treatment is essential for preserving membrane integrity and ensuring optimal performance.
  2. Regular Maintenance: Follow a routine maintenance schedule recommended by the manufacturer. This includes cleaning and replacing filters, cartridges, and other components as needed. Keeping the system clean prevents fouling and buildup of contaminants that can reduce membrane life.
  3. Optimized Operation Parameters: Maintain optimal operating conditions for the RO system. This includes monitoring and controlling pressure, flow rates, temperature, and pH levels. Operating within the recommended ranges helps prevent membrane damage and extends their lifespan.
  4. Chemical Cleaning: Periodic chemical cleaning of RO membranes is crucial to remove accumulated foulants and deposits that hinder performance. Use appropriate cleaning solutions and follow manufacturer guidelines for frequency and procedure to ensure effective cleaning without damaging the membranes.
  5. Monitor Feedwater Quality: Regularly test and monitor the quality of the feedwater going into the RO system. Adjust pretreatment processes if necessary to prevent excessive fouling and contamination of the membranes.
  6. Avoiding Chlorine Exposure: Chlorine can damage RO membranes. Ensure that the feedwater is adequately dechlorinated before entering the RO system. Use carbon filters or other dechlorination methods to remove chlorine from the water.
  7. Preventive Measures Against Scaling: Control scaling by monitoring and managing the concentration of minerals and salts in the feedwater. Implement antiscalant dosing if necessary to prevent scale buildup on the membranes.
  8. System Flushing and Storage: Properly flush the RO system before long-term storage or shutdown to prevent microbial growth, fouling, and damage. Follow manufacturer recommendations for system storage procedures to preserve membrane integrity.

You can greatly increase the longevity of reverse osmosis membranes and ensure your water purification system stays efficient by following these practices, maintaining optimal conditions, sticking to a regular maintenance schedule, and using effective pretreatment measures.


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