* p/n HTFC-150, (1:1 ratio) Special High Efficiency TFC type RO membrane filter
* Capacity: 100 GPD gallons per day at 60 psi input pressure. 120GPD at 80 psi, 150 GPD at 100 psi.
* This is a high efficiency 1 to 1 ratio RO membrane. The production rate is about 260 to 300 mL per minute and the drain rate using 300 mL/min flow restrictor is about 280 to 320 mL/min depending on input pressure. Therefore the product to drain ratio is approximately 1 to 1 (versus a conventional, typical RO membrane the product to drain ratio is 1:3 to 1:4)
* The rejection rate is pressure dependent as well. Average NaCl rejection is about 90% to 93%
* This membrane filter is standard size. It fits all standard size membrane housing
* The drain flow control or the flow restrictor should be 300 mL/min
Brand Name: USM RO Membrane
Assembled and made in California, USA
Standard size Reverse Osmosis membrane filter. Fits all standard size RO systems and membrane housing.
Model# HTFC-150 100 GPD gallons per day capacity
This membrane fits all standard size membrane housing, standard RO systems.
You can increase the capacity of your existing RO system by getting a higher capacity membrane filter with a matching flow restrictor, or getting a membrane module which comes with membrane filter, housing, fitting, flow restrictor, and check valve.
Membrane Material: HTFC Thin Film Composite
Production rate: 100 gallons per day Actual production rate varies depending on input pressure and temperature.
Max. Operating Pressure: 130 psi
Max. Operating Temperature: 120 F ( 49 C)
Recommended concentrate flow rate: 1x permeate
(drain to pure water ratio 1:1)
pH range: 3- 11
Chlorine Tolerance: 0 ppm
Dimension: standard size 2” diameter x 11.75” length
Applied water supply pressure: 65 psi at 77F
Nominal Salt rejection rate: 90% to 93%
Nominal TDS rejection rate: about 90% to 93% at 300 ppm input
Consistent quality and reliability using automated production line.
Dry type membrane for extended shelf life
Fits all standard membrane housings
How to choose the correct RO membrane filter for your RO system?
- Need to have a standard size RO system with standard membrane housing (look at photo)
- Check the capacity of your RO system or RO membrane. Capacity means how fast the membrane produces water. The number means gallons per day (GPD). Look for the keywords in the RO system owner’s manual or specifications.
- Find the GPD rating from the membrane filter label when you take out the membrane filter.
- Find the GPD rating from the drain flow rate or from the flow restrictor that is connected to the drain line.
Flow restrictor size (drain rate) 300 mL/min.