Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO)
LG SW 440 GR
LG Chem’s NanoH20™ seawater RO membranes, incorporated with innovative Thin Film Nanocomposite (TFN) technology, reduce the cost of desalination while delivering superior water quality. Our seawater RO membranes provide industry-leading salt rejection and produce 20% more flow than membranes manufactured with conventional technologies. We continue to leverage the technological advantages of our seawater RO membranes to expand our market share, accruing more than 3,000 Million Liter per Day (MLD) projects for both the new and replacement markets since the establishment.
LG SW GR (Great Rejection) membranes offer a combination of high rejection and low energy requirements to reduce the total cost of desalination; suitable for high salinity seawater applications.
LG SW 440 GR
|Active Membrane Area, ft² (m²)||Permeate Flow Rate, GPD (m³/d)||Stabilized Salt Rejection, %||Minimum Salt Rejection, %||Boron Rejection, %||Feed Spacer, mil|
|440 (41)||8,250 (31.2)||99.85||99.7||93||28|
|Test Conditions : 32,000 ppm NaCl, 5 ppm boron at 25°C (77°F), 800 psi (55 bar), pH 8, Recovery 8%.
Permeate flows for individual elements may vary +/-15%.
|Max. Applied pressure||1,200 psi (82.7 bar)|
|Max. Chlorine concentration||< 0.1 ppm|
|Max. Operating temperature||45°C (113°F)|
|pH Range, Continuous (Cleaning)||2 -11 (2 -13)|
|Max. Feedwater turbidity||1.0 NTU|
|Max. Feedwater SDI (15 mins)||5.0|
|Max. Feed flow||75 gpm (17 m3/h)|
|Min. Ratio of concentrate to permeate flow for any element||5 : 1|
|Max. Pressure drop (ΔP) for each element||15 psi (1.0 bar)|