Molar Mass Calculator
When calculating consumption of certain RO chemicals for reverse osmosis pretreatment or post-treatment, it is often necessary to convert into moles. For example, certain types of chlorine dioxide (ClO2) generators would use sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl), sodium chlorite (NaClO2) and hydro…
Flow Units Converter
When designing a reverse osmosis or microfiltration system, it is often necessary to convert flow units in different parts of the process. For system integrators and design engineers who work internationally, conversion between metric units and US standard units is a daily routine while ru…
Flux rate is a very important parameter to consider in reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration system design. The flux rate can impact organic, biological and colloidal fouling of RO membranes, as these foulants are driven into the membrane surface. Flux rate also impacts salt rejection, wh…
RO CIP Chemical Calculator
The Reverse Osmosis CIP Chemical Calculator accounts for the CIP Tank, Cartridge Filter Vessels, Membrane Pressure Vessels, CIP Supply Piping and CIP Return Piping. Calculations are performed by allowing the user to enter known volumes or by calculating the volumes based on dimensions provided by the user.
Proton® Antiscalant Software
Proton® Aqueous Membrane Chemistry Calculator – world’s most powerful membrane antiscalant projection software. Proton can be used to design a new RO/NF system, performs a complete suite of hydraulics calculations, and accounts for tail element concentration polarization in its scaling calculations.