When trying to figure out which chemical to use, we can help you determine this with a water chemistry/quality analysis which you can submit via this worksheet to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will run a scale projection for you. Alternatively, you can run a scale projection software yourself by requesting the software from us on the contact page. You can also feel free to browse all of our products.
Figuring out how much antiscalant to dose requires a scale projection software custom made for each chemical manufacturer. If you submit your water chemistry/quality analysis via this worksheet to us at email@example.com, we will run a scale projection for you. Alternatively, you can run a scale projection yourself by requesting the software from us on the contact page.
We have standard calculations for concentration of cleaner to use for our diamite (liquid) and KL (powder) cleaners. Use our CIP calculator to calculate how much you need depending on the size of your system!
It can be, but not necessarily, and it is fairly uncommon. Cleaning varies greatly between systems and depends on your feed water quality. Contact us to get free personalized advice on optimization and learn more about our cleaning studies here.
There is no easy answer to protecting an RO system from wastewater but the answer lies in pretreatment. The more pretreatment ahead of the RO the cleaner the feed water will be and the less stress your RO will be under. Contact us to get free advice on your custom water analysis.
Knowing when to clean depends on your normalized flow or normalized differential pressure. Cleaning should happen around a 15% decrease of normalized flow from your baseline value on your membranes. Both of these can be calculated and tracked using our decision making tool, iWaterPROTM. Visit the site to learn more and contact us for a free trial.
Both over dosing and under dosing can cause scale on your membranes. The best way to tell if you are dosing the correct amount is to double check with a scale projection. You can fill out and submit a water chemistry/quality analysis worksheet to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If everything seems right but you are still unsure what is causing scaling, you may want to contact us to submit membranes for an autopsy.