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16” Vessel Diameter

  • 16” Vessel Diameter protec arisawa
  • 16” Vessel Diameter protec arisawa
  • 16” Vessel Diameter protec arisawa
  • 16” Vessel Diameter protec arisawa
  • 16” Vessel Diameter protec arisawa
  • 16” Vessel Diameter protec arisawa
  • 16” Vessel Diameter protec arisawa
  • 16” Vessel Diameter protec arisawa
  • 16” Vessel Diameter protec arisawa
  • 16” End Ported Design
  • 16” Side Ported Design
  • 16” Mega Side Port

This is a traditional vessel design with feed and concentrate connections located in the end closure of the vessel head.

Product Overview
The models are designed for continuous use as housing for membrane filtration elements to purify waters at any positive pressure up to 1200 PSI. The design will accommodate any make of sixteen-inch nominal diameter spiral-wound element as well as many hollow fiber elements. The element interface hardware for the specified element is supplied with the vessel. The models have been designed to meet the standards of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section X. At an additional cost, vessels can be inspected during fabrication by an ASME Authorized Inspector and Code stamped. Models with a PSI of 300-600 purify typical brackish waters while models with a PSI of 1000-1200 purify typical seawater.

This side ported vessel has feed and concentrate connections located in the side wall of the vessel shell.

Product Overview
The models are designed for continuous use as housing for membrane filtration elements to purify waters at any positive pressure up to 1200 PSI. The design will accommodate any make of sixteen-inch nominal diameter spiral-wound element as well as many hollow fiber elements. The element interface hardware for the specified element is supplied with the vessel. The models have been designed to meet the standards of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section X. At an additional cost, vessels can be inspected during fabrication by an ASME Authorized Inspector and Code stamped. Models with a PSI of 300-600 purify typical brackish waters while models with a PSI of 1000-1200 purify typical seawater.