Continues Electro deionization(EDI)

What is Continuous Electrodeionization (CEDI)?
    Continuous Electrodeionization (CEDI) is a chemical-free process that uses ion exchange resins and electricity to produce ultrapure deionized water.  CEDI utilizes no chemical re-generants and creates no hazardous wastes.  The ion exchange resins are used primarily as a bridge to allow electric current to pass through the electrodeionization cell - this allows the modules to operate without any brine injection or concentrate recycle. 
  The LX-X modules are the perfect choice for mid-size flowrate CEDI systems (up to 100 gpm (22 m3/h).  LX-X modules are used widely in all industries where further polishing of RO permeate water is needed. 
  The IONPURE EDI from Wellsource Water Treatment Company delivers reliable, low-cost ultrapure water up to 18 MΩ·cm resistivity. Our EDI systems removes residual salts and ionizable aqueous species, such as carbon dioxide, silica, ammonia and boron. The systems operate chemical free, achieve 90% water recovery and consume only electricity. Our EDI systems provide key advantages over traditional ion-exchange processes: Eliminating expensive and hazardous chemicals used in ion-exchange resin regeneration

Benefits To You

  • Reducing energy and operating expenses
  • Reducing the facility size requirement
  • Helping plants meet ISO14000 requirements
  • Superior quality ultrapure water
  • Guaranteed silica and boron removal, if requested
  • Reduction in hazardous waste
  • Stable continuous performance

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