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Poly-UF Pilot Test Stick

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  • The Poly-UF Stick offering 0.02 micron filtration at test flow rates up to 0.8 gpm is intend-ed to be used as a pilot testing device for application of the Poly-UF WECO UF844-XTR2 ultrafiltration system.
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  • The Poly-UF Stick offering 0.02 micron filtration at test flow rates up to 0.8 gpm is intend-ed to be used as a pilot testing device for application of the Poly-UF ultrafiltration system.
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Question:

How do we use this pilot test stick?

By Spencer
on April 23, 2024
Answer:
  • The Pilot Stick is primarily used to identify any aesthetic improvements in the water, such as color or noticeable particles/solids. You can quickly visualize any improvement as the water passes through. For bacteria or other contaminants not oxidized out and in solution, a lab water test prior/after is recommended for finding improvements. Examples include silica and tannins, which sometimes cannot be visually inspected for improvement.

    You can connect pilot test stick it to a hose bib on-site using a fitting. Alternatively, you can use a feed pump to push water through, utilizing necessary fittings to make it work. There are more than one way to use this. Please review and let us know if you have any other questions.
    By Matt
    on April 23, 2024

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Question:

I am using a RO/DI water system to treat municipal water for cooling a Xenon weathering lamp and humidifying my weathering test chamber but have silica buildup on my glassware (filters), test samples, and stainless steel inner walls of my test chamber. Will a Poly-UF Pilot Test Stick positioned after my RO/DI system reduce/eliminate the silica contamination that is occurring in my weathering system?

By Edward Ayers
on January 23, 2024
Answer:
  • If the RO/DI system isn't removing silica, ultrafiltration won't be effective. For low volume or pilot tests, consider using an anion exchanger after RO treatment. Reach out with your flow rates and water reports, and we'll assist in sizing the appropriate system.
    By Matt
    on January 24, 2024

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