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Ion exchange resin
Ion exchange resin
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Mark Hudd
SEO Creative Content Marketer | Former Water Operator

What are Ion Exchange Resins and how do they work?

Ion exchange resins are insoluble, porous, solid substances that enable the ion exchange process. They are typically granular, although they can also be produced as a membrane sheet.

Granular resins normally come as tiny spherical beads made of polystyrene that... (More)

Depending on the quality of the feed water and the operating pressure, resins typically last for about 3 to 5 years. Aside from this rule of thumb, be sure to check for cracks or pulverization in the resin trap, especially... (More)

Mark Hudd
SEO Creative Content Marketer | Former Water Operator
Ion exchange resins are essential for many industrial water treatment and separation processes and are highly effective in suitable applications. It’s a dependable, extremely efficient technology with low cost and energy requirements. Properly cared for, your resin beds can last... (More)
Mark Hudd
SEO Creative Content Marketer | Former Water Operator

Selectivity is generally defined as the ability of an ion exchanger to distinguish between different species of counter-ions. Ions of one type tend to have a special affinity for a certain type of counter-ion. Because of these unique differences, certain... (More)