DuPont introduces new point-of-use membrane filter

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The membrane elements are spiral-wound from a polyamide thin-film composite.
The membrane elements are spiral-wound from a polyamide thin-film composite.

Water technology company DuPont Water Solutions (DWS) has launched a new reverse osmosis membrane filter for use in commercial buildings.

The TapTec LC HF-4040 is designed to combine high flow rates with reliability and ease-of-use.

It takes reverse osmosis technology normally seen in large, centralised water treatment and desalination plants and applies it at point-of-use facilities such as office buildings, restaurants, hotels and resorts.

The compact new filter meets the challenges of being cost-effective, reliable and easy to use while producing high flow rates.

The membrane elements are spiral-wound from a polyamide thin-film composite. They perform at an average flow rate of 2,800 gallons per day and have a minimum salt rejection of 98.5%.

This makes them suited to the provision of affordable drinking quality water on site as part of an engineered system that can be designed for a variety of automation needs.