dvr Membrane Cleaner RXSOL- 3304

REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANE CLEANER

RO membrane cleaners is specifically designed to remove iron fouling for silica. It also has effectiveness against calcium carbonate scaling. RXSOL-33-3304-025 performance can be enhanced by adding low / high ph cleaners to the cleaning solution although some minor ph correction may be necessary. It should always be used as recommended by the membrane manufacturer or equipment supplier, in respect to cleaning ph and temperature. it also contains organic dispersants that helps to break down colloidal clay deposits and imparts better efficacy to biocides by penetrating into films. it is specifically developed for removing iron, silica, metal silicates, metal oxides/hydroxides and other colloidal/particulate based foulants from ro membranes. It is also effective to remove calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate and silt.

As RXSOL-33-3304-025 is buffered, the cleaning solution will stabilise at pH 3.6.
High level of active substance.
 

Technical Specifications:

Pl. refer our Technical Bulletine and MSDS of Product.

Remarks:

Safety Goggles, And Hand Gloves is compoulsery before using this product. And for more details pl. ask MSDS.

Using Procedure:

Treatment and Dosage Requirements
Cleaning solutions should be prepared with chlorine free product water to give a 4% w/w solution, or 1 kg of RXSOL-33-3304-025 to every 25kgs of water. As RXSOL-33-3304-025 is buffered the cleaning solution will stabilize at pH 3.6.

Deposition of fouling and scale directly affect the cleaning time In general practice to dissolve complete fouling  2 to 3 hours required . During chemical reaction between solution and deposition  If the cleaning solution becomes brown to red  in color it must be changed as the solution becomes completely non reactive.   

On completion of cleaning process membrane should be clean with cupious amount of FRESH WATER till neutralisation of pH value of runing water.

For disposal of  RXSOL-33-3304-025  cleaning solution should always be neutralized with alkali.

 

Note: This article uses material from the http://rxmarine.com/