Deionized Water And Its Uses
For many years, the process for how to make deionized water was complicated and expensive. With the introduction of modern deionization resins, mixed bed resin media, and removable DI resin cartridges, however, it's become much more affordable for businesses to make high purity water on site. Deionized water uses include aquariums and fish tanks, electronics manufacturing, pharmaceutical and laboratory production, and much more. Even car washes can use DI water for the final rinse!
Types of Deionizers
Once you know to make deionized water and what deionized water is used for, you need to understand the different deionizer types. Each of these deionizer systems is effective, but some are better suited to specific industries or purposes.
There are four basic types of deionizers:
- Disposable cartridges
- Portable exchange tanks
- Automatic units
- Continuous units
A two-bed system uses separate cation and anion resin beds. Mixed-bed deionizers utilize both resins in the same vessel. The highest quality water is produced by mixed-bed deionizers, but two-bed deionizers have a larger capacity. Both cartridge and portable exchange tank units can be used until the resin is exhausted, after which it is replaced. Automatic units are permanent fixtures and the resin is regenerated on site. Continuous deionizers, mainly used in labs for polishing, do not require regeneration.
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