SnowPure has been providing Electrodeionization for power plants since 2002. Power plants around the globe are utilizing our Electropure EDI™ including locations in the United States, Central America, Europe, the Middle East, and China. With the introduction of our higher-capacity EXL™ product we are now able to serve a greater share of the power plant market including larger installations.
Pharmaceutical & Laboratory
SnowPure has been providing Pharmaceutical Electrodeionization technology to the market since 1997. We have installations in over 40 counties including the United States, Canada, South America, India, Europe, China and Southeast Asia.
Our EDI and UV products are integral components in installations that require complying with the harmonized USP (US Pharmacopoeia), JP (Japanese Pharmacopoeia) and EP (European Pharmacopoeia) standards for PW (Purified Water) and WFI (Water for Injection).
SnowPure's technologies can be used to replace or complement traditional non-membrane processes like resin deionization and distillation. By utilizing electrodeionization in the water purification process, improved performance at a reduced cost can be achieved.
Semiconductor & Electronics
High-technology industries use ultrapure water in their manufacturing. SnowPure's components help sell pure water systems to semiconductor, electronics, solar panel, hard disk drive, glass lens, and flat panel display industries. These industries often require “ppt” (part-per-trillion) level impurities. EDI and UV-TOC are key technologies in these systems.
SnowPure has been providing Electrodeionization for semiconductors and electronics markets since 1997. Our OEM customers have electronics installations in over 15 counties including the United States, Europe, Japan, and China.
SnowPure's technologies can be used to replace or complement traditional non-membrane processes like resin deionization. By utilizing EDI and UV-TOC in the water purification process, improved performance at a reduced cost can be achieved. Often the RO-EDI-UV system is centralized, and there is local polishing at individual tools to bring the quality up to 18.18 Megohm.cm.