deionization Equipment in Solomon Islands

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ENVOPUR - EDI - Electrochemical Deionisation

by EnviroChemie GmbH Technology for Water

Electro-deionization (EDI) is based on the engineering principle of electrodialysis. It is an electrochemical separation process in which ions from a low concentration solution pass through a special membrane to a solution of higher concentration. The activating force is an electric field between cathode and anode.

Derwent - Continuous De-ionisation Plant

by Derwent Water Services Ltd

Derwent Water Services Continuous De-ionisation (CDI) products are the most advanced generation of Ion Exchange technology currently supplied. CDI is a chemical-free process that uses ion exchange resins and electricity to produce ultrapure de-ionised water. Our products are environmentally friendly, operate with continuous production, and have ...

ER - Deionisation Systems

by Earth Resources

Many water supplies contain dissolved solids which dissociate in water to form charged particles called ions. These ions are usually present in relatively low concentrations and permit the water to conduct electricity. These ionic impurities can lead to problems in many commercial and industrial applications. The process of de-ionisation is the ...

Purolite - A835 - Deionisation of Process Liquors

by Purolite Corporation

Purolite A835 is a macroporous-type anion exchange resin with an acrylic matrix. The macroporous acrylic matrix ensures excellent removal of organic acids including those of high molecular weight from process liquors. The desorption which occurs upon regeneration markedly reduces the risk of resin fouling, thus maintaining the high operating ...

DI-SEP - Deionization Systems

by Smith & Loveless Inc.

Smith & Loveless’ DI-SEP Deionization Systems come in Separate-Bed and Mixed-Bed configurations. Applications include ultra-pure water, mining and boiler feed water, plus many more. It is a chemical/mechanical process utilized to remove dissolved constituents to enhance a process, to improve equipment operation or for recovery of ...

Purolite - C104Plus - Dealkalization, Deionization; Softening - High Capacity

by Purolite Corporation

Purolite C104Plus is a premium grade polyacrylic weak acid cation exchanger. The functional groups of the carboxylic type give high chemical efficiency in many applications, especially for the removal of bicarbonate alkalinity in water treatment, showing good rates of exchange. Its major use is in the dealkalization and softening of waters and ...

Purolite - C107 - Deionization & Softening of Water & Aqueous Organic Solutions

by Purolite Corporation

Purolite C107 is a high capacity polyacrylic weak-acid cation exchanger developed for water dealkalization. It has particularly fast kinetics combined with the high capacity. The functional groups of the carboxylic type give high chemical efficiency in many applications, especially for the removal of bicarbonate alkalinity in water treatment, ...

Purolite - C104EPlus - Dealkalization; Deionization; Softening - Food and Potable Water

by Purolite Corporation

Basic Features: Application - Dealkalization; Deionization; Softening - Food and Potable Water, Polymer Structure - Porous crosslinked polyacrylic, Appearance - Spherical beads, Functional Group - Carboxylic Acid, Ionic Form as Shipped - H+

Deionisation Cartridge

by Sartorius AG

arium 615DI cartridges are designed to produce highly deionised water. The DI cartridges contain highly effective ion exchange resins to remove cations and anions from the water by exchanging H+ and OH–. The uniform and compact mixed bed ensures a reliable desalination and an optimal utilisation of the resin material, reducing conductivity ...

Purolite - SST104 - Dealkalization, Deionization;, Softening of Water & Aqueous Organic Solutions

by Purolite Corporation

The Purolite SST family of high efficiency cation resins is based on shallow shell technology. Simply stated, the shorter the diffusion path, the more rapid the ion exchange occurs. This is particularly important during regeneration. Reducing the depth of penetration required to convert exchange sites, allows for a more complete regeneration and ...

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