Size Does Matter: Evolution of Counter-Current Ion Exchange
Bigger is not always better, and this concept especially applies to industrial water treatment systems. Historically, water treatment systems consisted of large components with big footprints, convoluted piping and wiring, complex installations, and incompatible peripheral components—all of which contribute to increasing operating and maintenance costs. Integrating various compact components for industrial water treatment provides ease in operation with direct impact to the bottom line. With advanced, space-saving technology, power plants and other industrial facilities can easily install new or upgrade existing water treatment systems for more capacity, less waste, and more output.