|Minimum Order Quantity||01 Piece|
|Flow Rate||100 m3/hour|
|Water Source||Borewell Water|
|Max Water Recovery Rate||70-80%|
|Material of Construction||Stainless steel|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Use temperature||5 - 38 Degree C|
A deionized water system is a collection of tanks that uses the ion exchange process to deionize water. Water is forced through a resin bed (either in a pressure tank or in a drop-in cartridge inserted into a tank), where mineral particles attach to resin beads with the corresponding electrical charges.
Deionizers are important pieces of equipment that use the Eco-Tecan ion exchange process to remove dissolved ionic salts and minerals from a solution. Ion exchangers, demineralizers, and DI systems are other names for them. Deionizers are made up of one or more deionization cartridges connected to a water supply. Deionization is the process of exchanging contaminant anions for hydroxyl ions and contaminant cations for hydrogen. Deionizer cartridges contain a particular resin.