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Guiffrada, "Deionisation: High-Purity Water by Electro-Deionization Performance of the Ion-Pure Continuous Deionization System," Ultrapure Water 4, 43-50 (1987).
We will provide whatever type or size of deionisation system is needed.
Region-X provides services related to high purity water systems, such as regeneration of resin used in deionisation and membrane cleaning for reverse osmosis systems.
With operating cost savings of up to 70% and 50% greater efficiency compared to competitive solutions, AIR CONTROL INDUSTRIES says its "Deionisation Air Knives' offer major benefits to users across industry.
Zou, "A study of the capacitive deionisation performance under various operational conditions," Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol.
Also featured in this issue is the Variable Salinity Plant, a technology pioneered by PUB to flexibly treat both brackish and seawater, a new electrochemical desalination process that aims to halve the energy requirements for desalination, and a capacitive deionisation technology that increases NEWater recovery from 75% to over 90%.
Electrodeionisation (Dow Electrodeionisation) Technology: It is the first cost effective and environmentally friendly alternative to post-RO deionisation applications.
The two most widely used packages are deionisation and reverse osmosis.
We have also provided many systems which typically recirculate 80% of your rinse water in a closed loop that includes a deionisation plant.
Additionally, ion exchange deionisation and continuous electrodeionisation processes operate much more efficiently if dissolved carbon dioxide is removed upstream.
DOW Electrodeionisation technology - It is the first cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative to post-RO deionisation applications.
Because of its properties, however, it is poisonous and can also damage delicate process equipment like reverse osmosis membranes and deionisation resin units.
Energy consumption is typically twice that of HFE based systems, plus large amounts of water are used, which must be processed with deionisation or reverse osmosis equipment, prior to use.