1. Reverse Osmosis
  2. RO Membranes
  3. 1.8″ & 3″ Membranes (SRO)

1.8″ & 3″ Membranes (SRO)

Features & Information
  • Fully automated production ensures consistency whilst maximising the usable surface area
  • Elements repeatedly perform to specification
  • Flows up to 30% higher than traditionally hand-rolled elements
  • Reliable choice for applications from laboratory to residential systems
  • For use with the EMH-1812 housing and most other 1812 housings
Applications & Industries
  • Pure water production
  • Aquatics
  • Brewing
  • Boiler feed
  • Car washing
  • Misting
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Window cleaning
  • And more…
Technical Data
Ordering Details

Features & Information

A compact SPECTRUM SRO membrane for residential and small-scale applications. Designed for use with SPECTRUM EMH and most other industry 12” housings.


What is the SRO 1.8'' multi-leaf membrane, and what sets it apart from traditional membranes?

SRO 1.8” multi-leaf membrane is a high-performance filtration element designed for various applications. Its unique feature is fully automated production, ensuring consistency and maximising usable surface area, resulting in superior performance.

What are the advantages of the SRO 1.8'' membrane's multi-leaf design?

The multi-leaf design of the SRO 1.8” membrane allows for higher flow rates compared to traditionally hand-rolled elements. This design also reduces the risk of membrane failure in situ, making it a more reliable choice.

What types of contaminants can an RO membrane remove from water?

RO membranes are highly effective in eliminating dissolved solids as well as the following contaminants:

  • Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Heavy Metals
  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Pesticides
  • Organic Compounds
How does an RO membrane work to purify water?

An RO membrane uses a semi-permeable barrier to allow water molecules to pass through while blocking the passage of dissolved solids and contaminants. This selective permeation process effectively removes impurities from the water.