Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Quick question on desalator membrane replacement
Oops. I forgot this part but it look like you already have the ends off.
Disconnect the high pressure hoses and separate the 2 pressure vessels. Be very careful not to damage - twist, or enlarge the holes for the interconnector between the 2 pressure vessels ( at the end opposite the HP hoses). Use water from the pressure water system - a 1/2 hose will clamp over the SS flare fitting. Cover the hole in the end plug with a thumb - turn on the water - once the air is out, the end plugs will come out easily - apply a little resistance to balance the 2 ends so that both ends get started out.
With best regards,
Sailing Vessel - Cream Puff - SM2K - #275
Currently cruising - Martinique
If someone who has any experience changing
membranes could watch this video and give me any quick advice I would be hugely
Excuse the errors.
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