Water Deionization Process

100% clean water without the use of chemicals

There are a wide range of uses in industry, with pharmaceuticals, electroplating and window cleaning applications for deionized water.

Our system produces pure water without any traces of soot or minerals that would leave spots or residue On cleaned surfaces, therefore suitable for window cleaning and exterior building cleaning.

The process used for removal of all dissolved salts from water is referred to as deionization. Deionization requires the flow of water through two ion exchange materials in order to affect the removal of all salt content.

Deionization. The terms demineralization and deionization are used somewhat interchangeably by the industry. While the term demineralization is generally better understood, deionization is especially apt.

​The passage of water through the first exchange material removes the calcium and magnesium ions just as in the normal softening process. Unlike home equipment, deionization units also remove all other positive metallic ions in the process and replace them with hydrogen ions instead of sodium ions.

This exchange of the hydrogen ions for metallic ions on an equivalent basis is chemical necessity that permits the exchange material to maintain a balance of electrical charges.

At this point the deionization process is just half complete. While the positive metallic ions have been removed, the water now contains positive hydrogen ions, and the anions originally in the raw water. The partially treated water now flows through a second unit, this time an anion exchange material normally consists of replaceable hydroxyl anions and fixed irreplaceable cations. Now the negative ions in solution (the anions) are absorbed into the anion exchange material. Released in their place are hydroxyl anions. All that emerges from such a two unit system is ion-free water.


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