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Ion Exchange Resins

We offer a complete range of high-performance Resin, which is widely used in different Separation, Purification & Decontamination processes.

Four main types of ion-exchange resins differ in their functional groups:

• Strongly acidic, typically featuring sulfonic acid groups, e.g. sodium polystyrene sulfonate or polyAMPS,
• Strongly basic, typically featuring quaternary amino groups, for example, trimethylammonium groups, e.g. polyAPTAC),
• Weakly acidic, typically featuring carboxylic acid groups,
• Weakly basic, typically featuring primary, secondary, and/or tertiary amino groups, e.g. polyethylene amine.

Anion resins and cation resins are the two most common resins used in the ion-exchange process. While anion resins attract negatively charged ions, cation resins attract positively charged ions.

Anion ResinsAnion resins may be either strongly or weakly basic. Strongly basic anion resins maintain their positive charge across a wide pH range, whereas weakly basic anion resins are neutralized at higher pH levels. Weakly basic resins do not maintain their charge at a high pH because they undergo deprotonation. They do, however, offer excellent mechanical and chemical stability. This, combined with a high rate of ion exchange, make weakly base anion resins well suited for the organic salts.

For anion resins, regeneration typically involves treatment of the resin with a strongly basic solution, e.g. aqueous sodium hydroxide. During regeneration, the regenerant chemical is passed through the resin, and trapped negative ions are flushed out, renewing the resin exchange capacity.

Cation ResinsStrong base anion resins may be used for demineralization, while weak base anion resins work best for removing acids and organics from water. Anion dealkalizers are primarily used to remove alkalinity from boiler feed water with a low-to-moderate amount of total dissolved solids (TDS). Anion dealkalizers may also be used to remove carbonate, bicarbonate, sulfates and nitrates from feed water.

We are associated with below Brands

  • ION EXCHANGE
  • THERMAX
  • DOWEX
  • PUROLITE
  • POLYMAX

Ion Exchange Resin

Ion Exchange Resin
  • Ion Exchange Resin
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Approx. Price: Rs 105 / LitreGet Latest Price
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Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1000 Litre
UsageWater Softening Plant,Demineralisation Plant,Mixed Bed Unit
Usage/ApplicationWater Treatment
BrandION EXCHANGE
Packaging Size50 LITER
FormSEMI LIQUID
ColorBrown
Packaging TypeHDPE BAG
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We offer a complete range of high-performance Resin, which is widely used in different Separation, Purification & Decontamination processes.

The most common examples are water softening and water purification. In many cases ion-exchange resins were introduced in such processes as a more flexible alternative to the use of natural or artificial zeolites. Also, ion-exchange resins are highly effective in the biodiesel filtration process.

Four main types of ion-exchange resins differ in their functional groups:

• Strongly acidic, typically featuring sulfonic acid groups, e.g. sodium polystyrene sulfonate or polyAMPS,

• Strongly basic, typically featuring quaternary amino groups, for example, trimethylammonium groups, e.g. polyAPTAC),

• Weakly acidic, typically featuring carboxylic acid groups,

• Weakly basic, typically featuring primary, secondary, and/or tertiary amino groups, e.g. polyethylene amine.

Specialised ion-exchange resins are also known such as chelating resins (iminodiacetic acid, thiourea-based resins, and many others).

Anion resins and cation resins are the two most common resins used in the ion-exchange process. While anion resins attract negatively charged ions, cation resins attract positively charged ions.

Anion Resins

Anion resins may be either strongly or weakly basic. Strongly basic anion resins maintain their positive charge across a wide pH range, whereas weakly basic anion resins are neutralized at higher pH levels. Weakly basic resins do not maintain their charge at a high pH because they undergo deprotonation. They do, however, offer excellent mechanical and chemical stability. This, combined with a high rate of ion exchange, make weakly base anion resins well suited for the organic salts.

For anion resins, regeneration typically involves treatment of the resin with a strongly basic solution, e.g. aqueous sodium hydroxide. During regeneration, the regenerant chemical is passed through the resin, and trapped negative ions are flushed out, renewing the resin exchange capacity.

Cation Resins

Strong base anion resins may be used for demineralization, while weak base anion resins work best for removing acids and organics from water. Anion dealkalizers are primarily used to remove alkalinity from boiler feed water with a low-to-moderate amount of total dissolved solids (TDS). Anion dealkalizers may also be used to remove carbonate, bicarbonate, sulfates and nitrates from feed water.

We are associated with below Brands

• ION EXCHANGE

• THERMAX

• DOWEX

• PUROLITE

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  • Pay Mode Terms: T/T (Bank Transfer)
  • Delivery Time: EX-STOCK
  • Packaging Details: 50 LITER
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Indion 220 Na Ion Exchange Resin

Indion 220 Na Ion Exchange Resin
  • Indion 220 Na Ion Exchange Resin
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Approx. Price: Rs 95 / LitreGet Latest Price
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Usage/ApplicationWater Treatment
BrandION EXCHANGE
Packaging Size50 LITER
FormGranular
Packaging Type50 LITER BAG
AppearanceMOIST GOLDEN YELLOW
Functional GroupSULPHONIC ACID
Ionic FormSODIUM
Model Name/NumberINDION 225 NA
Moisture Content50 - 55%
Ph Range0 - 14

We offer a complete range of high-performance Resin, which is widely used in different Separation, Purification & Decontamination processes.

The most common examples are water softening and water purification. In many cases ion-exchange resins were introduced in such processes as a more flexible alternative to the use of natural or artificial zeolites. Also, ion-exchange resins are highly effective in the biodiesel filtration process.

Four main types of ion-exchange resins differ in their functional groups:

• Strongly acidic, typically featuring sulfonic acid groups, e.g. sodium polystyrene sulfonate or polyAMPS,

• Strongly basic, typically featuring quaternary amino groups, for example, trimethylammonium groups, e.g. polyAPTAC),

• Weakly acidic, typically featuring carboxylic acid groups,

• Weakly basic, typically featuring primary, secondary, and/or tertiary amino groups, e.g. polyethylene amine.

Specialised ion-exchange resins are also known such as chelating resins (iminodiacetic acid, thiourea-based resins, and many others).

Anion resins and cation resins are the two most common resins used in the ion-exchange process. While anion resins attract negatively charged ions, cation resins attract positively charged ions.

Anion Resins

Anion resins may be either strongly or weakly basic. Strongly basic anion resins maintain their positive charge across a wide pH range, whereas weakly basic anion resins are neutralized at higher pH levels. Weakly basic resins do not maintain their charge at a high pH because they undergo deprotonation. They do, however, offer excellent mechanical and chemical stability. This, combined with a high rate of ion exchange, make weakly base anion resins well suited for the organic salts.

For anion resins, regeneration typically involves treatment of the resin with a strongly basic solution, e.g. aqueous sodium hydroxide. During regeneration, the regenerant chemical is passed through the resin, and trapped negative ions are flushed out, renewing the resin exchange capacity.

Cation Resins

Strong base anion resins may be used for demineralization, while weak base anion resins work best for removing acids and organics from water. Anion dealkalizers are primarily used to remove alkalinity from boiler feed water with a low-to-moderate amount of total dissolved solids (TDS). Anion dealkalizers may also be used to remove carbonate, bicarbonate, sulfates and nitrates from feed water.

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• Ion Exchange

• Thermax

• DOWEX

• Purolite

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Indion 225 Na Ion Exchange Resin

Indion 225 Na Ion Exchange Resin
  • Indion 225 Na Ion Exchange Resin
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Approx. Price: Rs 110 / LitreGet Latest Price
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Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1000 Litre
FormGranular
ColorBrown
Packaging detail50 Litre Poly Bag
Packaging Size25 LITER - 50 LITER
BrandION EXCHANGE / THERMAX / DOWEX / PUROLITE
Usage/Applicationused to soften water
Bead Size0.5 - 1.5 mm
Ionic FormSodium
Moisture Content43 - 50%
Packaging TypeHDPE

We offer a complete range of high-performance Resin, which is widely used in different Separation, Purification & Decontamination processes.

The most common examples are water softening and water purification. In many cases ion-exchange resins were introduced in such processes as a more flexible alternative to the use of natural or artificial zeolites. Also, ion-exchange resins are highly effective in the biodiesel filtration process.

Four main types of ion-exchange resins differ in their functional groups:

• Strongly acidic, typically featuring sulfonic acid groups, e.g. sodium polystyrene sulfonate or polyAMPS,

• Strongly basic, typically featuring quaternary amino groups, for example, trimethylammonium groups, e.g. polyAPTAC),

• Weakly acidic, typically featuring carboxylic acid groups,

• Weakly basic, typically featuring primary, secondary, and/or tertiary amino groups, e.g. polyethylene amine.

Specialised ion-exchange resins are also known such as chelating resins (iminodiacetic acid, thiourea-based resins, and many others).

Anion resins and cation resins are the two most common resins used in the ion-exchange process. While anion resins attract negatively charged ions, cation resins attract positively charged ions.

Anion Resins

Anion resins may be either strongly or weakly basic. Strongly basic anion resins maintain their positive charge across a wide pH range, whereas weakly basic anion resins are neutralized at higher pH levels. Weakly basic resins do not maintain their charge at a high pH because they undergo deprotonation. They do, however, offer excellent mechanical and chemical stability. This, combined with a high rate of ion exchange, make weakly base anion resins well suited for the organic salts.

For anion resins, regeneration typically involves treatment of the resin with a strongly basic solution, e.g. aqueous sodium hydroxide. During regeneration, the regenerant chemical is passed through the resin, and trapped negative ions are flushed out, renewing the resin exchange capacity.

Cation Resins

Strong base anion resins may be used for demineralization, while weak base anion resins work best for removing acids and organics from water. Anion dealkalizers are primarily used to remove alkalinity from boiler feed water with a low-to-moderate amount of total dissolved solids (TDS). Anion dealkalizers may also be used to remove carbonate, bicarbonate, sulfates and nitrates from feed water.

We are associated with below Brands

• ION EXCHANGE

• THERMAX

• DOWEX

• PUROLITE

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    • Delivery Time: ONE WEEK
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    Indion FFIP Ion Exchange Resin

    Indion FFIP Ion Exchange Resin
    • Indion FFIP Ion Exchange Resin
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    Approx. Price: Rs 200 / LitreGet Latest Price
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    Product Details:

    Usage/ApplicationWater Treatment
    BrandION EXCHANGE
    Packaging Size50 LITER
    FormGranular
    Packaging Type50 LITER BAG
    AppearanceTRANSLUCENT RED BROWN
    Functional GroupBENZYL TRIMETHYL AMINE
    Ionic FormCHLORIDE
    Model Name/NumberINDION FFIP
    Moisture Content47 - 55 %
    Ph Range0 - 14
    Country of OriginMade in India

    We offer a complete range of high-performance Resin, which is widely used in different Separation, Purification & Decontamination processes.

    The most common examples are water softening and water purification. In many cases ion-exchange resins were introduced in such processes as a more flexible alternative to the use of natural or artificial zeolites. Also, ion-exchange resins are highly effective in the biodiesel filtration process.

    Four main types of ion-exchange resins differ in their functional groups:

    • Strongly acidic, typically featuring sulfonic acid groups, e.g. sodium polystyrene sulfonate or polyAMPS,

    • Strongly basic, typically featuring quaternary amino groups, for example, trimethylammonium groups, e.g. polyAPTAC),

    • Weakly acidic, typically featuring carboxylic acid groups,

    • Weakly basic, typically featuring primary, secondary, and/or tertiary amino groups, e.g. polyethylene amine.

    Specialised ion-exchange resins are also known such as chelating resins (iminodiacetic acid, thiourea-based resins, and many others).

    Anion resins and cation resins are the two most common resins used in the ion-exchange process. While anion resins attract negatively charged ions, cation resins attract positively charged ions.

    Anion Resins

    Anion resins may be either strongly or weakly basic. Strongly basic anion resins maintain their positive charge across a wide pH range, whereas weakly basic anion resins are neutralized at higher pH levels. Weakly basic resins do not maintain their charge at a high pH because they undergo deprotonation. They do, however, offer excellent mechanical and chemical stability. This, combined with a high rate of ion exchange, make weakly base anion resins well suited for the organic salts.

    For anion resins, regeneration typically involves treatment of the resin with a strongly basic solution, e.g. aqueous sodium hydroxide. During regeneration, the regenerant chemical is passed through the resin, and trapped negative ions are flushed out, renewing the resin exchange capacity.

    Cation Resins

    Strong base anion resins may be used for demineralization, while weak base anion resins work best for removing acids and organics from water. Anion dealkalizers are primarily used to remove alkalinity from boiler feed water with a low-to-moderate amount of total dissolved solids (TDS). Anion dealkalizers may also be used to remove carbonate, bicarbonate, sulfates and nitrates from feed water.

    We are associated with below Brands

    • Ion Exchange

    • Thermax

    • DOWEX

    • Purolite

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    • Delivery Time: 2 WEEKS
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    Thermax Softener Resin T 42 Na

    Thermax Softener Resin T 42 Na
    • Thermax Softener Resin T 42 Na
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    Approx. Price: Rs 120 / KgGet Latest Price
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    Product Details:

    Usage/ApplicationWater Treatment
    BrandTHERMAX
    Packaging Size25 LITER
    FormGranular
    ColorGolden
    Packaging Type25 LITER BAG
    AppearanceGOLDEN YELLOW
    Functional GroupSULPHONIC
    Ionic FormSODIUM
    Model Name/NumberT 42 NA
    Moisture Content45 +_3
    Ph Range0 - 14
    Country of OriginMade in India

    We offer a complete range of high-performance reverse osmosis chemicals are based on advanced formulations and include RO membrane cleaners and detergents, scale inhibitors and antiscalants, corrosion inhibitors, biocides, antifoulants, de-chlorinators, and flocculants.

    It is proposed to dose Special Food Grade Antiscalent in the feed prior to the cartridge filter for RO system to prevent saturation of various organic salts especially Silica on RO membrane surface on concentration.

    Antiscalants Features & Benefits

    • Effectively control scales including silica, calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, barium sulfate, and strontium sulfate

    • Compatible with the leading Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Nano Filtration (NF) membranes

    • Maintain cleaner membrane surfaces by dispersing particulate foulants

    • RO systems can be run at higher recovery rates, which translates to lower operating costs

    • Products available with multiple global regulatory approvals

    • Non-Phosphorus products available

    • Effective over a wide pH range

    We can offer complete range of Branded Chemicals like

    • Nalco

    • Genesys

    • Ion Exchange

    • Suez (GE)

    • Thermax

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    • Delivery Time: 4 - 6 WEEKS
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    Polymax C25 Na

    Polymax C25 Na
    • Polymax C25 Na
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    Approx. Price: Rs 85 / LitreGet Latest Price
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    Product Details:

    Minimum Order Quantity1000 Litre
    Usage/ApplicationSoftener
    BrandPOLYMAX
    Packaging Size25 Liter
    FormGranular
    ColorGolden
    Packaging TypeHDPE BAGS
    Ionic FormCATION
    Model Name/NumberC25NA

    • We offer a complete range of high-performance Resin, which is widely used in different Separation, Purification & Decontamination processes.

      The most common examples are water softening and water purification. In many cases ion-exchange resins were introduced in such processes as a more flexible alternative to the use of natural or artificial zeolites. Also, ion-exchange resins are highly effective in the biodiesel filtration process.

      Four main types of ion-exchange resins differ in their functional groups:

      • Strongly acidic, typically featuring sulfonic acid groups, e.g. sodium polystyrene sulfonate or polyAMPS,

      • Strongly basic, typically featuring quaternary amino groups, for example, trimethylammonium groups, e.g. polyAPTAC),

      • Weakly acidic, typically featuring carboxylic acid groups,

      • Weakly basic, typically featuring primary, secondary, and/or tertiary amino groups, e.g. polyethylene amine.

      Specialised ion-exchange resins are also known such as chelating resins (iminodiacetic acid, thiourea-based resins, and many others).

      Anion resins and cation resins are the two most common resins used in the ion-exchange process. While anion resins attract negatively charged ions, cation resins attract positively charged ions.

      Anion Resins

      Anion resins may be either strongly or weakly basic. Strongly basic anion resins maintain their positive charge across a wide pH range, whereas weakly basic anion resins are neutralized at higher pH levels. Weakly basic resins do not maintain their charge at a high pH because they undergo deprotonation. They do, however, offer excellent mechanical and chemical stability. This, combined with a high rate of ion exchange, make weakly base anion resins well suited for the organic salts.

      For anion resins, regeneration typically involves treatment of the resin with a strongly basic solution, e.g. aqueous sodium hydroxide. During regeneration, the regenerant chemical is passed through the resin, and trapped negative ions are flushed out, renewing the resin exchange capacity.

      Cation Resins

      Strong base anion resins may be used for demineralization, while weak base anion resins work best for removing acids and organics from water. Anion dealkalizers are primarily used to remove alkalinity from boiler feed water with a low-to-moderate amount of total dissolved solids (TDS). Anion dealkalizers may also be used to remove carbonate, bicarbonate, sulfates and nitrates from feed water.

      We are associated with below Brands

      • Ion Exchange

      • Thermax

      • DOWEX

      • Purolite

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    Amberlite IR 100

    Amberlite IR 100
    • Amberlite IR 100
    • Amberlite IR 100
    • Amberlite IR 100
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    Approx. Price: Rs 125 / LitreGet Latest Price
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    Product Details:

    ColorGolden
    Packaging detail25 Litre Poly Bag
    Pack Size25LTR
    UsageWater Softening
    FormGRANULAR
    Pack TypeGunny Bag

    We offer a complete range of high-performance Resin, which is widely used in different Separation, Purification & Decontamination processes.

    The most common examples are water softening and water purification. In many cases ion-exchange resins were introduced in such processes as a more flexible alternative to the use of natural or artificial zeolites. Also, ion-exchange resins are highly effective in the biodiesel filtration process.

    Four main types of ion-exchange resins differ in their functional groups:

    • Strongly acidic, typically featuring sulfonic acid groups, e.g. sodium polystyrene sulfonate or polyAMPS,

    • Strongly basic, typically featuring quaternary amino groups, for example, trimethylammonium groups, e.g. polyAPTAC),

    • Weakly acidic, typically featuring carboxylic acid groups,

    • Weakly basic, typically featuring primary, secondary, and/or tertiary amino groups, e.g. polyethylene amine.

    Specialised ion-exchange resins are also known such as chelating resins (iminodiacetic acid, thiourea-based resins, and many others).

    Anion resins and cation resins are the two most common resins used in the ion-exchange process. While anion resins attract negatively charged ions, cation resins attract positively charged ions.

    Anion Resins

    Anion resins may be either strongly or weakly basic. Strongly basic anion resins maintain their positive charge across a wide pH range, whereas weakly basic anion resins are neutralized at higher pH levels. Weakly basic resins do not maintain their charge at a high pH because they undergo deprotonation. They do, however, offer excellent mechanical and chemical stability. This, combined with a high rate of ion exchange, make weakly base anion resins well suited for the organic salts.

    For anion resins, regeneration typically involves treatment of the resin with a strongly basic solution, e.g. aqueous sodium hydroxide. During regeneration, the regenerant chemical is passed through the resin, and trapped negative ions are flushed out, renewing the resin exchange capacity.

    Cation Resins

    Strong base anion resins may be used for demineralization, while weak base anion resins work best for removing acids and organics from water. Anion dealkalizers are primarily used to remove alkalinity from boiler feed water with a low-to-moderate amount of total dissolved solids (TDS). Anion dealkalizers may also be used to remove carbonate, bicarbonate, sulfates and nitrates from feed water.

    We are associated with below Brands

    • ION EXCHANGE

    • THERMAX

    • DOWEX

    • PUROLITE

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    • Delivery Time: ONE WEEK
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    Indian Nip Strong Based Anion Resin

    Indian Nip Strong Based Anion Resin
    • Indian Nip Strong Based Anion Resin
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    Approx. Price: Rs 215 / LitreGet Latest Price
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    Product Details:

    Usage/ApplicationWater Treatment
    BrandION EXCHANGE
    Packaging Size50 LITER
    FormGranular
    Packaging Type50 LITER BAG
    AppearanceTRANSLUCENT RED BROWN
    Functional GroupBENZYL DIMETHYL ETHANOL AMINE
    Ionic FormCHLORIDE
    Model Name/NumberINDION NIP
    Moisture Content45 - 53%
    Ph Range0 - 14
    Country of OriginMade in India

    We offer a complete range of high-performance Resin, which is widely used in different Separation, Purification & Decontamination processes.

    The most common examples are water softening and water purification. In many cases ion-exchange resins were introduced in such processes as a more flexible alternative to the use of natural or artificial zeolites. Also, ion-exchange resins are highly effective in the biodiesel filtration process.

    Four main types of ion-exchange resins differ in their functional groups:

    • Strongly acidic, typically featuring sulfonic acid groups, e.g. sodium polystyrene sulfonate or polyAMPS,

    • Strongly basic, typically featuring quaternary amino groups, for example, trimethylammonium groups, e.g. polyAPTAC),

    • Weakly acidic, typically featuring carboxylic acid groups,

    • Weakly basic, typically featuring primary, secondary, and/or tertiary amino groups, e.g. polyethylene amine.

    Specialised ion-exchange resins are also known such as chelating resins (iminodiacetic acid, thiourea-based resins, and many others).

    Anion resins and cation resins are the two most common resins used in the ion-exchange process. While anion resins attract negatively charged ions, cation resins attract positively charged ions.

    Anion Resins

    Anion resins may be either strongly or weakly basic. Strongly basic anion resins maintain their positive charge across a wide pH range, whereas weakly basic anion resins are neutralized at higher pH levels. Weakly basic resins do not maintain their charge at a high pH because they undergo deprotonation. They do, however, offer excellent mechanical and chemical stability. This, combined with a high rate of ion exchange, make weakly base anion resins well suited for the organic salts.

    For anion resins, regeneration typically involves treatment of the resin with a strongly basic solution, e.g. aqueous sodium hydroxide. During regeneration, the regenerant chemical is passed through the resin, and trapped negative ions are flushed out, renewing the resin exchange capacity.

    Cation Resins

    Strong base anion resins may be used for demineralization, while weak base anion resins work best for removing acids and organics from water. Anion dealkalizers are primarily used to remove alkalinity from boiler feed water with a low-to-moderate amount of total dissolved solids (TDS). Anion dealkalizers may also be used to remove carbonate, bicarbonate, sulfates and nitrates from feed water.

    We are associated with below Brands

    • Ion Exchange

    • Thermax

    • DOWEX

    • Purolite

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