Deionizers

Decades ago, high purity water was rarely used. However, today deionized water has become a common, almost essential part of hundreds of different applications in the medical, cosmetic, aquarium, electronics manufacturing and food processing fields, to name a few. Deionized water has even made its way into the car wash industry, as this water is used for the final rinse of a newly washed car.
The Deionization Process. – Most of impurities in modern water supplies consist of ions of calcium, sodium, chlorides and iron. The deionization process removes all of these impurities from the water through what is known as an ion exchange. This is a chemical process that basically separates the positively and negatively charged ions from one another and only delivers the ions that you want to be consuming, while effectively flushing the rest of them out of the system. If you want more details on exactly how this process works, you can delve into the chemistry, but for these purposes, know that it is done quickly and efficiently in our products.
– There are four basic forms of deionizers: disposable cartridges, portable exchange tanks, automatic units, and continuous units. A two-bed system employs separate cat ion and anion resin beds. Utilizing both resins in the same vessel is what mixed-bed deionizers effectively do, which in turn produces the highest quality of water. However, two bed deionizers have a much larger capacity. Continuous deionizers are used primarily in labs for polishing, do not need regeneration.
Finding the best possible deionizers for drinking water treatment at the lowest possible price is the next step once you know what deionizer you need. After you have researched all the deionizers out there, begin investigating cost and upkeep of each of these deionizers, based on how much you will be using the equipment.