Mar Cor Purification offers the next generation portable water system for dialysis, the Millenium HX. This compact automatic RO represents a quantum leap in reliable water purification production with the added feature of automatic hot water disinfection. The Millenium HX is designed to meet AAMI grade water standards according to ANSI/AAMI/ISO 13959:2009 and is FDA cleared for use in hospital acute dialysis settings.
|Ideal For Hospital Acute Use
Complete System Disinfection - Unit has the ability to disinfect the RO and the product water supply tubing to the dialysis machine.
Quiet Operation - Low noise level for regular and nocturnal treatments.
Automated Disinfection - Water system can be programmed to complete a heat cycle disinfection without attendant involvement
Internet Connectable - Data logging of important events along with password protected set-point & interactive troubleshooting screens.
Safety - Programmable auto-flushing and continuous product loop eliminates stagnation and ensures system cleanliness and readiness.
User Friendly - Color touch screen LCD control panel offers display of operational functions & key parameters.
Isolated Automated Disinfection - Unit can complete a heat disinfection cycle disconnected from water source, eliminating the possibility of a water leak
• Modular design for easy service procedures including ergonomically built-in-handles for placement or positioning.
• Data logging of important events along with password protected set-point & interactive troubleshooting screens.
• Improves membrane life with a low PSI shutdown.
• Immediate heat or chemical mode plus
programable, reoccuring heat disinfection.
• Temperature compensation feature automatically adjusts flow.
• Improved membrane access allows removal from rear without machine disassembly.
• Environmentally & economically friendly design requires less power to operate.
• Certified to UL 61010-1, IEC 60601-1-2, & CAN/CSA C22.2 No: 61010-1
|Millenium HX Specifications|
|Part Number||3025975 - 115 V, 50/60 Hz, 6 A||3025790 - 230 V, 50/60 Hz, 3 A|
|Nominal Product Flow Rate||1970 ml/min|
|at 77°F (25°C)||31.2 gallons/hr (118 liters/hr)|
|Machine Recovery Rate||50% (maximum)|
|Dry Weight||70 lbs. (32 kg)|
|Power Range||115/230 V, 60/50Hz, 6/3 amps|
|Dimensions Vertical (of Assembled Unit)|
|Wide - 8.5” (21.6 cm)|
|Depth - 23.5” (60 cm)|
|Height - 25.5” (65 cm)|
|Note: Initial product flow rate based on membrane manufacturer’s specifications of pretreated feed water, 100 psi (14 bars) applied pressure, 77°F (25°C) incoming water temperature, 2,000 ppm (mg/L) NaCl, 15% recovery and 1 psi product pressure. Membrane flux may vary ± 10%. For MHX-750, 200 psi (14 bars) applied pressure, 2,000 ppm (mg/L) NaCl, and 15% recovery.|
|pH||Operating: 5.5-10.5||Cleaning: 2-11|
|pH with Chloramines||Operating: 5.5-8.5||Cleaning: 2-11|
|Water production decreases approximately 1.5% per 1°F (3% per 1°C) incoming water temperature drop.|
|Inlet Pressure (Dynamic)||Minimum: 30 psi (2 bars)||Maximum: 75 psi (5.17 bars)|
|Inlet Water Flow||Minimum: 2 gpm (7.6 L/m)|
|Total Hardness||10 grains (pH dependent)|
|Silt Density Index (SDI)||<5|
|Note: Detailed analysis of the feed water will dictate the components, if any, needed in pre- or post-treatment of the Millenium HX RO unit. This will help assure a constant supply of water, meeting AAMI Dialysis Water Quality Standards.|
Millenium HX Dialysis Water System Datasheet
Millenium HX Dialysis Water System Brochure
New ISO Water Quality Standard for Hemodialysis Brochure
Dialysis Water Brochure
|Millenium HX RO Manual||3026177|
|General Tech Notes||Date|
|TN103-Hemodialysis Water Quality Standards-3002433g.pdf||2/7/2009|
|TN104-Nominal Rejection Characteristics of Reverse Osmosis Membranes-3002434c.pdf||1/16/2009|
|TN108-Flow and Volume Equivalents-3002436c.pdf||1/16/2009|
|TN111-Water Quality Conversion Table-3002437c.pdf||1/16/2009|
|TN112-Unit Conversion Tables-3002438c.pdf||1/16/2009|
|TN113-Temperature Correction Factors for Thin Film Membranes-3002432e.pdf||5/25/2011|
|TN114-Unit of Measure and Their Abbreviations-3002409c.pdf||1/16/2009|
|TN117-Concentrations of Toxic Effects to Dialysis Patients-3002431c.pdf||1/16/2009|
|TN118-Chemical Names, Common Names and Formulas-3002459c.pdf||1/16/2009|
|TN119-Most Commonly Asked Questions-3002460d.pdf||10/20/2011|
|TN120-Glossary of Terms-3002461c.pdf||1/16/2009|
|TN122-Chemical Toxic Effects in Drinking Water-3002462c.pdf||1/16/2009|
|TN158-RO Cleaning Disinfecting Considerations-3003010d.pdf||1/22/2010|
|TN159-Alarm Set Point for RO Machines-3003013d.pdf||2/3/2012|
|TN212-Increased EBCT on Portable RO Systems-3026771d.pdf||7/20/2012|