Ion Exchange Water Filters & Systems
Ion exchange water filters and systems are purification vessels that use ion-exchange resins to remove specific contaminants from aqueous solutions by trading ions (electrons and protons).
This widely used method is primarily used to remove metals or organic compounds that are dissolved within a solution.
The operation of the Ion exchange water filters—most of the time—is dependent on the resins that are being used.
It consists of a resin bed of media where the solution flows through from the top of the column to the bottom.
This flow rate through the resin bed removes the constituents that are within the solution.
Some operations will require the resin bed to be cleaned; the regeneration process.
During the regeneration process, the resin is washed through a series of available valve automation sequences and then after a proper regen the filter bed is reset and the process starts all over again with the solution running through the media for filtration.
Features and Benefits
These Ion Exchange water systems can be used independently or as part of a larger system.
The systems are robust, tried and tested within the industries it serves and has a large selection of resins to meet almost any filtration application and requirement.
Ion Exchange Systems can be used in a variety of different applications including:
Not sure what type of filtration you need or have questions about your equipment?
Let our team of experienced applications engineers review your process to access your needs and make a recommendation that will be best for your application, facility and bottom line.
Explore Related Featured Projects
Below you will find some projects that have benefited from our technology.