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  3. Renal Dialysis Membrane (SRO-4611)

Renal Dialysis Membrane (SRO-4611)

Features & Information
  • 100% integrity tested – All SPECTRUM membrane elements undergo a decay test before leaving the factory
  • Prolonged shelf life – SPECTRUM SRO membrane elements are shipped dry to prolong shelf life and aid handling
  • State-of-the-art manufacture – The highly developed membrane technology and manufacturing process, ensures all SRO membranes deliver high quality results
Applications & Industries
  • Renal dialysis
  • Pure water production
Technical Data
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Features & Information

Used exclusively in renal dialysis machines (fixed or mobile), the SRO-4611 can purify over 4,500 litres per day. 100% integrity tested before leaving the factory.


What is the SRO-4611 membrane, and where is it used?

The SRO-4611 membrane is a specialised filtration component used exclusively in renal dialysis machines. It plays a critical role in purifying water for haemodialysis treatment.

How much water can the SRO-4611 membrane purify per day?

The SRO-4611 membrane can purify over 4,500 litres of water per day. This high capacity is crucial for meeting the demands of renal dialysis, where large volumes of purified water are required for each treatment session.

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.