deionizers Equipment

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Model 24r - Deionization Systems

by Veolia Water Technologies (previously ELGA Process Water)     based in High Wycombe, UNITED KINGDOM

24r deionization systems typically produce water with a conductivity of less then 25μS/cm. Flow rates from 60 to 400 liters/hr.

Automatic Water Deionizer

by Tech Universal UK Ltd     based in Cardiff, UNITED KINGDOM

Tech Universal deionizers designed for the removal of dissolved salts from feed water used for high pressure boilers, laboratories, process water, etc. The system is flexible and available in both simplex and duplex versions with different control alternatives.

Watertrak - Electro-Deionization Process

by Aquatech International Corporation     based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The Electro-deionization process uses electric current to treat (polish) deionized water from RO systems etc., to ultra-pure standards required for many critical applications. EDI’s will replace the conventional Mixed Bed Polishers and provide several advantages including: Lower capital and installation costs. Easier to maintain. No ...

Purolite - Model A835 - Deionisation of Process Liquors

by Purolite Corporation     based in Bala Cynwyd, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

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 ...

HP Series

by Kinetico Incorporated     based in Newbury, OHIO (USA)

As a five-stage water processing system, the HP series offers economical high purity water. System stages include carbon, softening, reverse osmosis, deionization and ultraviolet sterilization. The units are complete skid-mounted packages that provide for daily volumes up to 8,000 gpd.

Mixed Bed Deionizers

by Ecodyne Industrial     based in Naperville, ILLINOIS (USA)

Automatic or Semi-automatic Operation – Automatic regeneration when water quality falls below pre-set limit or after manual initiation.Constant monitoring of water quality.Solid-state reliability PLC Control for trouble-free service.No untreated by-pass water.Alternate regeneration water source piping - standard.Automatic shut down in the ...

DI-SEP - Deionization Systems

by Smith & Loveless Inc.     based in Lenexa, KANSAS (USA)

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

by Purolite Corporation     based in Bala Cynwyd, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

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 ...

Deionization

by Ultrapure & Industrial Services, LLC     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

Deionization systems (Ion Exchange), also known as Demineralization contain synthetic resins with reactive sites. Depending on the resin used, these sites exchange hydrogen ions for positive ions and hydroxide ions for negative ions. Depending on the quality you need we will use these separate beds, or also incorporate mixed beds which contain ...

Deionization

by Acuar     based in Malaga, SPAIN

High quality demineralised water. Technology alternative to reverse osmosis. Lower carbon residues. The deionized water is a poor electrical conductor.

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