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Membrane Pressure Vessels

Membrane pressure vessels are designed for constant use as a housing for membrane elements. Vessel has been designed to meet the standards of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section X. At an additional cost, vessels can be checked during fabrication by an ASME Authorized Inspector and Code stamped. Pure Aqua stocks a large quantity of 2.5", 4" and 8" membrane pressure vessels that range in pressure from 300psi all the way up to 1000psi for high pressure membrane systems. Each membrane pressure vessel comes with mounting pads, straps, hardware and also both end caps. All of the membrane pressure vessels offered by Pure Aqua are capable of handling even the harshest of conditions. Protec, Codeline and ROPV are all prudct lines that Pure Aqua stocks and offers its customers. 

Water treatment systems depend on the provision of secure, long-lasting, and clean membrane pressure vessels as housings for their elements. The membrane pressure vessels within Pure Aqua’s listings are capable of filtering using reverse osmosis or NF treatment or other types of filtration systems. These vessels maintain the texture and conciseness resilience that Pure Aqua dreams up to.

The membrane housing is by far one of the most vital parts within the reverse osmosis system process and our pressure vessels are designed to provide maximum performance in protecting your membrane. The features down below exemplify the benefits of our membrane pressure vessels and their ability to handle the highest pressures necessitated for reverse osmosis. 

Advantages of Pure Aqua Membrane Pressure Vessels:

  • Approved designing by the USDA for clean filtration
  • Provided in different sizes of diameters and lengths
  • Huge sanitary guarantee maximum flow
  • Product hold-up is eradicated by sophisticated welds
  • Available in both high and low pressures PSI units
  • Low operational cost
  • Industrial applications are provided with non-sanitary housings
  • More compact and easier to use than PVC and SS housings with similar pressure ratings
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