Reverse Osmosis Membranes

AXEON Reverse Osmosis Membrane Elements

AXEON manufactures a wide selection of reverse osmosis (RO) membrane elements for various feed water conditions, applications, and markets. Reverse Osmosis membranes are offered in 1.8” to 8.0” diameter sizes and in many configurations for the residential, commercial, industrial and municipal market segments.

For over 30 years, AXEON has manufactured membranes under its brand, as well as offering private labeling services to other major Original Equipment Manufacturers. This has given the AXEON brand recognition from customers around the globe, as a reliable, high quality and high-performance membrane supplier.

Ranging from 25 to 200 gallons per day and utilizing Filmtec® membrane flat sheet
Ranging from 25 to 150 gallons per day and utilizing AXEON membrane flat sheet
Ranging from 75 to 100 gallons per day and encapsulated with 1:1 high efficiency performance
Offered as a 50 gallon per day replacement for the AXEON Solo I Reverse Osmosis System
Operating at 100 psi and producing up to 2,500 GPD, this series offers 30% less pressure than other low energy membranes and with a nominal 99.0% salt rejection
Operating at 80 psi and producing up to 2,500 GPD, this series offers 40% less pressure than other low energy membranes, are excellent for cold water applications and offer a nominal 98.5% salt rejection
Operating at 150 psi and producing up to 2,500 GPD, this series offers solid performance when compared to standard membranes and offers a nominal 99.0% salt rejection
Operating at 225 psi and producing up to 2,200 GPD, this series offers a nominal 99.5% salt rejection
What is Reverse Osmosis?

Key requirements of the Reverse Osmosis (RO) process are a membrane and water under pressure. Other requirements include prefiltration to remove suspended impurities and carbon to remove chlorine. Most membranes remove 90-99+ percent of the dissolved impurities, depending on the impurity and the composition of water.

How does Reverse Osmosis Work?

Compared with other conventional water treatment processes, reverse osmosis has proven to be the most efficient means of removing salts, chemical contaminants and heavy metals, such as lead, from drinking water. For waters with total dissolved solids of 200 or more, reverse osmosis is less expensive than ion exchange. Even at total dissolved solids of less than 200, it is preferred over ion exchange for removal of silica and organics. Compared with distillation, reverse osmosis uses only a fraction of the total energy and does not have high temperature problems or scaling and corrosion. Today, reverse osmosis systems have proven to be the most economical and efficient means of improving the quality of water.