Pure and Ultrapure Water Treatment: Ion Exchanger
Deionized Water by Ion Exchanger
ion exchangers are a way of pure water or VE water to produce. Fully desalinated water (also: DI water) is a decisive quality factor in many work processes in the medical and Laboratory technology. Our ion exchangers with mixed-bed water deionizer contain selected mixed-bed resin made from strongly acidic cation and strongly basic anion exchange resins. By means of the fine mixing, a high quality water purity is achieved.
The use of high-quality, quality-tested mixed-bed resins results in a constantly high water quality that meets the requirements for Fulfills your individual area of application and conserves valuable resources. In addition, the high-quality and regenerable resins reusable many times and long service life. Our ion exchange cartridges guarantee you optimal utilization of capacity. When the specified limit value is reached according to the intended use, the mixed-bed ion exchanger must be replaced and regenerated. We are also happy to offer you the replacement of your cartridges on site.
What does an ion exchanger do?
During operation flows the input water (drinking water according to TVO) the ion exchange resin from top to bottom. This removes the salts from the water that is fed in. The degree of desalination of the water is indicated by a conductivity measuring module.
What are ions? What is salt?
Ions are electrically charged atoms or molecules. The electrostatic attraction of ions is called "ionic bonding" or also "ionic bonding". salts are formed by the attraction of positively and negatively charged ions. Common salt (NaCL) is the most well-known representative. In this case, the sodium and chlorine atoms are ionized, i.e. they are electrically charged. The electrostatic attraction between the two ions creates NaCl.
What exactly happens in the ion exchanger?
Ion exchangers are substances whose ions are replaced by other ions of the same charge (positive or negative) be able. This process is called ion exchange. The ions of the water to be desalinated are bound to the ion exchange material bound, which in turn releases the same amount of charge of its own ions to the process water . With the help of an ion exchanger, water can be desalinated. You can find more about the functional principle of ion exchangers here.
Scope of delivery:
- Mixed-bed ion exchanger made of V4A steel, filled with ion exchange resin, pressure-resistant up to 10 bar
- Stainless steel connection parts, R3/4” male.
Further options for producing DI water are available with reverse osmosis systems and electrodeionization</a > available.