2" x 26” | 220 GPD Commercial Reverse Osmosis RO Membrane | Applied Membranes | Replaces FilmTec TW30-2026
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|Brand||APPLIED MEMBRANES INC.|
2" x 26" Reverse Osmosis Membrane | Tap or Brackish Water | 220 GPD RO Membrane
AMI commercial RO membrane elements produce high quality water from tap or brackish water in small commercial RO systems, and are among the finest in the industry. With hundreds of thousands of membranes in operation in water filtration systems world-wide, AMI membranes have earned a reputation of delivering consistent, reliable, and long lasting performance, making AMI Membranes the natural choice for use in small commercial RO systems. AMI Small Commercial RO Membranes are constructed of tap water TFC (thin film composite) membrane material and fit standard PVC and Stainless Steel RO Membrane Housings.
AMI Membranes are Made in the USA in their ISO 9001:2015 Certified Facility and are 100% Quality and Performance Tested.
Specifications for M-T2026A
Features of AMI Tap Water / Brackish Water RO Membranes
- High Rejection & Flow Rate
- Made in the USA
- Manufactured in our ISO 9001:2015 Certified Facilities
- 100% Performance and Quality Tested
- Backed by our Experienced Technical Support Staff
- High Quality for Consistent and Reliable Performance
- Uses the most advanced membrane film technology and manufacturing processes
- Standard dimensions to fit in commonly available housings
Applications for AMI Commercial RO Membranes
Physical Dimensions of M-T2026A:
Replacement Compatibility for AMI 2 X 26 RO MEMBRANES
Applied Membranes M-T2026A membrane elements can be used as direct replacement for many industry-standard 2x26 size RO elements rated at 225psi. These include DuPont DOW FilmTec TW30-2026, 80635 and GE Desal AG2026TM, AG2026TF, 120712.
If you do not see your membrane listed or wish to learn more about compatibility, please contact us. Our certified water treatment experts will be happy to discuss your application. To ensure prompt and accurate information, please include as much information about your system as possible, such as: model, manufacturer, model of membranes being replaced, any available. product manuals or literature associated with your system, and photographs of your system or membranes.