Industrial UF Treated Membrane for Cathodic Paint Applications
V7 (PVDF 800,000Da)
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- The V-Series has a proprietary hydrophilic charge to repel paint particles and promote maximum flux rates.
- The V-Series was specifically designed for processing cathodic paint, while the A6 is intended for processing anodic paint. V6 (PVDF 500kDa) is the most popular product for processing cathodic paint.
- Membrane only requires one cleaning chemical plus acid. No other additives required.
- Integrated end plugs allow for easy integration and removal.
- Synder maintains the largest E-Coat-devoted sales, engineering, and support staff of any membrane manufacturer in the world.
RECOMMENDED OPERATING PARAMETERS
|Typical Operating Flux||5-35 GFD (8-60 LMH)|
|Membrane Type||Synder Proprietary – PVDF Treated Membrane|
|Membrane Construction||Spiral-Wound with netted or fiberglass outerwrap|
|Maximum Temperature||Continuous Operation: 122°F (50°C)
Clean-In-Place (CIP): 110°F (43.3°C)
|pH Range||Continuous Operation: 1-11
Clean-In-Place (CIP): 2-10.5
|Maximum Pressure Drop||FRP Element: 35psi (241kPa)
Net Wrap Element: 17psi (117kPa)
|Chlorine Tolerance||180ppm maximum per cleaning cycle|
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
NOTES: Sometimes these designations may vary. Always consult Synder before ordering.
For element sizes not listed, please call or email Synder Filtration for details. We can design an element to fit your exact needs – just specify the element outer diameter (OD) or vessel/housing inner diameter (ID), element inner diameter (ID), and length. Elements are available with or without a controlled bypass tail. Additional feed spacers are also available.
Trials should be conducted to determine optimal application conditions.
Refer to installation, cleaning, and storage procedures for more details.
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