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The Rapide[TM] Strata is the deioniser of choice for any industry requiring high quality purified water.
Whether the application is treating make-up water to reduce boiler blowdown and minimise fuel consumption, producing and recycling rinse water to improve painted or plated surface finishes or producing purified water for general manufacturing, the Rapide[TM] Strata is the most cost-effective deioniser available.
IONMASTER is a complete range of automatic compact deionisers, suitable for the surface finishing environment being manufactured from corrosion resistant materials.
Whereas conventional deionisers use a small quantity of chemicals RO systems do not and of growing interest to many companies is the non use of chemicals and the complete lack of a chemical discharge.
The RAPIDE Strata uses ELGA's proven SCION[R] short cycle regeneration technology together with the pulse regeneration programme to produce high purity deionised water with running and effluent costs up to 40% lower, and chemical efficiencies up to 50% higher, than conventional deionisers.
The SCION[R] process regenerates the deioniser in about half an hour, which means that production time is maximised while treated water storage costs and wastewater handling problems are minimised.
The latest product from ELGA Process Water's Rapide range is set to challenge everything you thought you knew about ion exchange deionisers. The Rapide Strata uses ELGA Process Water's proven SCION short cycle regeneration technology together with the revolutionary pulse regeneration programme to produce high purity deionised water with running and effluent costs up to 40 per cent lower, and chemical efficiencies up to 50 per cent higher, than conventional deionisers.
The SCION process regenerates the deioniser in about half an hour, which means that production time is maximised while treated water storage costs and wastewater handling problems are minimised.
Most of the deionisers used in surface treatment have a twin-bed configuration in which the cation and anion resins are housed in separate pressure vessels.
Second, the running costs of a deioniser are directly proportional to the TDS of the feedwater.
Ion exchange is well proven in rinse recycling and a conventional system like that shown in Fig 2 employs a two bed deioniser. Using resins with a typical operating capacity of about 600meq/l to treat the 0.4meq/l rinse water, the deioniser Will produce 600/0.4 = 1500 bed volumes (a volume equivalent to the volume of resin) of rinse water between regenerations.
The most successful reverse flow regenerated deioniser of the 1990's was developed by Elga, whilst Permutit pioneered short cycle operation.