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80 GPD Pearl Water RO Membrane Classic
Domestic Ro Spare

80 GPD Pearl Water RO Membrane Classic


Specifications :-

Size:- 12 inch(30 cm)

Diameter – 2 inch Micron Rating – 0.0005 Micron

Material - TFC

Brand - Pearl Water Easy To Install, Do Self Installation

Capacity - 2500 GAL

Includes - Water Filter and Cartridges

Country Of Origin - INDIA

Net Quantity - 1 Product

Benefits - Reduce TDS


*Inclusive of All Taxes
Free Delivery
10 days Replacement
1 Year Warranty


• Membrane for RO Water Purifier.

• It is used in all Type of Domestic RO Water Purifier Systems.

• This membrane has beautiful design and seal strongly to avoid leakage problems.

• This Ro membrane can effectively removes heavy metals, minerals and other soluble salts from water. Moreover, it has high permeated flow and stable rejection rate.

• It has 96% Salt Rejection rate.

• Membrane can produce better, cleaner water for your household to consume.

• It can supports upto 3000 TDS of input water.

• This Membrane Made with Anti-Bacterial Sheet, Housing Made With Pure Food Grade Plastic.

Customer Rating
3 in stock
  • Very high rejection rates over a wide range of impurities

  • Cost effective means of producing high purity water

  • Friendly to the environment

  • Does not use or produce and harmful chemicals

  • Requires minimal maintenance


  • Restaurants

  • Aquariums

  • Whole House (Residential)

  • Office

  • Institutions

  • Hotels

  • Hospitals

  • Spot Free Rinse/Car Wash

  • Labs

  • Pharmaceutical

  • Humidification

  • Misting

  • Manufacturing

  • Rinse Water

  • Bottled Water

  • Beverage

  • Food Processing

  • Ice Makers

  • Commercial Water Treatment

  • Wide Variety of Other Applications


A reverse osmosis membrane is a semi-permeable membrane that allows the passage of water molecules but not the majority of dissolved salts, organics & bacteria. However, you need to 'push' the water through the reverse osmosis membrane by applying pressure that is greater than the naturally occurring osmotic pressure in order to desalinate (demineralize or deionize) water in the process, allowing pure water through while holding back a majority of contaminants.



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