|Minimum Order Quantity||1 PIECE|
|Water Source||Borewell Water|
|Capacity (LPH)||100 LPH|
|Application||Industrial Application, Commercial Application|
|Treated Water Quality||As per plant capacity|
|Material of Construction||FRP|
|Max Water Recovery Rate||80-90%|
|I Deal In||New Only|
|Inlet Hardness||1 - 500 TDS|
|Number Of Filtration Passes||2|
|Deliver Type||PAN India, Outside India|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
As mentioned above, the salts and minerals present in water carry negatively charged ions called anions and positively charged ions called captions. Both these types get attracted by their counter ions i.e. ions carrying the opposite charge.
These plants feature an IX column containing resins that consist of plastic beads. During the process of demineralization, the ionic functional group gets attached to these beads. These are functional groups that work by holding the ions carrying the opposite charge loosely through a process called mutual electrostatic attraction.
When an ion-exchange cycle is underway, water containing dissolved ions comes in contact with the resin. Ions present in the solution exchange their place with those present on the beads. These ions remain attached to the functional groups of the resins even when the resulting liquid gets drained away. Ion exchange occurs when an ion possesses a greater affinity towards a functional group than the ions the group already carries. The type of ionic contaminants found in the group will decide whether the process would need cationic resins or anionic resins.
In most ion-exchange reactions, the exchange replaces the contaminant ions with less objectionable ions. For instance, the ion exchange sodium softening process is carried out to eliminate hardness ions like Mg2+ or Ca2+ from the solution and replace them with less harmful sodium ions or Na+. Once the process is over, the solution will have little or no hardness but will have a higher concentration of Na+.
The above changes are acceptable for certain applications. However, some procedures require almost 100% removal of the dissolved solids. This makes DM plants such important additions to facilities requiring complete removal of these unwanted solids. A DM plant exchanges cat ions in feed water with hydrogen ions and anions get exchanged with hydroxyl ions. This results in the formation of water. Most plants come with a mixed bed or two-bed configuration. Read on to know about them.