Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece
|Capacity Inlet Flow Rate||Depends on the Capacity of the Plant|
|Water Source||Borewell Water|
|Flow Rate||Depends on the Capacity of the Plant|
|Pre Filtration||mostly for Boiler Feed Water|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Softening alone is insufficient for most high-pressure boiler feedwaters and for many process streams, especially those used in the manufacture of electronics equipment. In addition to the removal of hardness, these processes require removal of all dissolved solids, such as sodium, silica, alkalinity, and the mineral anions (Cl¯, SO4²¯, NO3¯).
Demineralization of water is the removal of essentially all inorganic salts by ion exchange. In this process, strong acid cation resin in the hydrogen form converts dissolved salts into their corresponding acids, and strong base anion resin in the hydroxide form removes these acids. Demineralization produces water similar in quality to distillation at a lower cost for most fresh waters.
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