New Membrane Care Skid Introduced By Lifestream

Lifestream Watersystems Inc., a Huntington, Calif., manufacturer of water purification equipment and accessories, specializing in reverse osmosis seawater and brackish water units for marine applications, recently introduced a new product designed to make cleaning and preservation of membranes used in Reverse Osmosis water purification equipment much easier.

The membrane care skid consists of a mixing tank, flow meters, valves, thermostatically controlled heater, a pump and a motor. This facilitates safe and easy mixing of cleaning chemicals, insures proper delivery of solutions to the membrane/pressure vessel assembly and safeguards against high temperatures and excess flow rate which both can be potentially damaging to membranes.

"We have seen the lifetime of seawater membranes exceeding 5 years with proper care," said Ed Kimmel, president of Lifestream. "The use of our membrane care skid will assist in prolonging the life of this expensive component of an R.O. system." For free literature detailing the new membrane care skid from Lifestream Watersystems, Circle 59 on Reader Service Card

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