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Culligan Compatible TFM-50-A RO Membrane

TFM-50-A

$56.16
Retail: $64.99 /ea
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$56.16
Retail: $64.99
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NOTE: The Culligan Compatible TFM-50-A RO Membrane is obsolete and no longer available.

The Culligan Compatible TFM-50 A RO Membrane by Osmonics is a 50 gallon per day membrane that fits standard membrane housings H8, H83, AC15, and AC30 models. Part number 1224437.

The TFM-50 is also the direct replacement membrane for the Honeywell RF-63 membrane. Also known as part number 01-0060-98.

The Desal TFM-50A reverse osmosis membrane is a 50 Gallon per Day TFC (Thin Film Composite) membrane that reduces flouride, lead, barium, cadmium, chromium, mercury, nitrate, nitrite, TDS and most other materials from your water.

A less expensive RO membrane replacement alternative is available with the Applied Membranes TFC 50 - AC Series (M-T1812AC50).

Compatible Models:

The Culligan Compatible TFM-50-A RO Membrane is correct replacement for the following model numbers:

  • Culligan AC15
  • Culligan AC30
  • Culligan H8
  • Culligan H83

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Customer Reviews:

Total Reviews: 1 | Average Rating: 4 / 5.0

The module for the h-83 culligan model R.O. Would u need to change the cap tube if u use the TFM- 50A membrane? And on a water supply that has a 400 TDS How far will it pull the TDS down?

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