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Flexeon 2,000 GPD Wall-Mount Reverse Osmosis System
Engineered for capacities ranging to 2000 gallons per day and feed water up to 2000 TDS.
Designed for overall high performance, high recovery rates, minimal energy consumption and offer great savings with low maintenance and operation costs.
Feature a compact space saving expandable design, excellent pre-filtration, quality components and allow for many options and upgrades to suit most applications.
- Compact Space Saving Design
- Components Easily Accessible
- Pre-Plumbed, Wired & Assembled
- Factory Tested & Preserved
- Low Operation Costs
- Low Maintenance Costs
- Easy Maintenance & Servicing
- CE Compliant
- 1-Year Limited Warranty
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Manual On/Off Control Switch
- EZ Mount™ White Powder Coated Aluminum Frame
- 5 Micron Sediment Prefilter
- Multistage High Pressure Pump
- High Efficiency Motor
- R.O. UltraTec™ HF4 Low Energy Membranes
- R.O. UltraTec™ PVC Membrane Housings
- PuroTech™ Permeate Flow Meter
- PuroTech™ Concentrate Flow Meter
- Feed Low Pressure Switch
- Feed Solenoid Valve with Manual Bypass
- PuroTech™ 316 Stainless Steel Concentrate Valve
- PuroTech™ 0-300 psi Pump Pressure Gauge
- PuroTech™ 0-160 psi Prefilter Pressure Gauge
- John Guest® Push/Pull Fittings with Locking Safety Clips
- Identification of Components
- Standard system
- HF4 Membranes
- Chemical Pump Switch
- Concentrate Recycle Valve With Flow Meter
- Stainless Steel Pump And Membrane Housing
- S-150 Computer Controller
- HF5 Ultra-Low Energy Membranes
- 220V 50/60HZ 3PH
|Feed inch||1 FNPT|
|Permeate inch||1/2 Tube|
|Concentrate inch||1/2 Tube|
|Membranes(s) Per Vessel||1|
|Standard Voltage||220V, 50/60Hz, 1 / 3 PH|
|Systems Dimensions *|
|L x W x H inch (cm)||12 x 48 x 49 (30.48 x 121.92 x 124.46)|
|Weight lb. (kg)||150 (68.04)|
*Does not include operating space requirements.
|Maximum Feed Temperature °F (°C)||105 (40.96)|
|Minimum Feed Temperature °F (°C)||40 (4.44)|
|Maximum Ambient Temperature °F (°C)||120 (48.89)|
|Minimum Ambient Temperature °F (°C)||35 (1.66)|
|Maximum Feed Pressure psi (bar)||85 (5.86)|
|Minimum Feed Pressure psi (bar)||35 (2.41)|
|Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar)||150 (10.34)|
|Maximum SDI Rating SDI||< 3|
|Maximum Turbidity NTU||1|
|Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar)||0|
|Maximum SDI Rating SDI||2000|
|Maximum Turbidity NTU||15|
|Maximum Ambient Temperature °F (°C)||11|
|Minimum Ambient Temperature °F (°C)||3|
|Maximum Feed Pressure psi (bar)||12|
|Minimum Feed Pressure psi (bar)||2|
Test Parameters: *550 TDS Filtered (5 Micron), De-Chlorinated, Municipal Feed Water, 65 psi (4.50 bar) Feed Pressure, 100 psi (6.89 bar) Operating Pressure, 77 Degrees F (25 Degrees C), Recovery as stated, 7.0 pH. Data taken after 60 minutes of operation. Scale prevention measures must be taken to prolong membrane life.
Low temperatures and high feed water TDS levels will significantly affect system’s production capabilities. Computer projections should be run for individual applications which do not meet or exceed minimum and maximum operating limits.
NOTE: US Water rates their Reverse Osmosis Systems under industry standards which are tested at 77 degree F, 500 TDS and 60 psi pressure. Production can vary dramatically depending upon water pressure, temperature and TDS (total dissolved solids) levels. US Water does not make these standards - we just adhere to the industry standards when testing and report what the standards require. Every manufacturer uses these standards.
Designing a Commercial-Industrial Reverse Osmosis System
- A commercial reverse osmosis system functions at its highest level when it is fed into an open-air or atmospheric tank. With no back-pressure from the bladder of a pressurized storage tank, a commercial RO will deliver water that is extremely low in TDS; it's not unusual for the TDS to be near ZERO when the RO is discharged into a atmospheric pressure tank. In food service applications or other applications where extremely low or ZERO TDS is not critical, a bladder tank can be utilized, but if a manufacturing process calls for extremely low TDS water, then the atmospheric tank is far and away the best solution.
- Proper pre-treatment is necessary for successful and economical operation of a commercial RO system. The water needs to be as soft as possible or a scalant needs to be fed ahead of the system to prevent membrane scaling. In most cases, a water softener and backwashing carbon filter are the preferred and most cost effective method of pretreatment.
- An atmospheric tank is required for storage of the RO water, and US Water offers atmospheric tanks in sizes from 20 gallons to 9,000 gallons, as well as every size in between. Additionally, the water needs to be re-pressurized out of the atmospheric tank(s) so several pumps of high purity water are offered as well as ultraviolet disinfection, UV, which kills any airborne or waterborne bacteria which could intrude into the atmospheric tank.
- Additionally, US Water offers Deionization, DI, of the water for ultrapure applications, such as laboratory water and semi-conductor manufacturing, as well as instrumentation and monitoring.
If you need any design or sizing help, US Water has the Engineering and Technical Support Staff to handle any application. Call us at 800-608-USWA or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|System Type||Wall Mount|
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