Demineralization plants

Demineralization plant type DMHE with a flow rate of 5 m3/h.

Plants of this type produce demineralized water by means of ion exchange technology.

Among other things, they are used in hospitals and laboratories as well as in the production of process water, water for steam boilers and high-pressure hot water boilers, and cooling water.

Advantages

The plants are of packaged modular design which gives competitive prices. EUROWATER's standard range of products covers most requirements. The plants have a simple structure, are easy to operate, and the design is corrosion-resistant and compact. Frame-mounted plants are easy and quick to install.

Plant description

Flow rates for standard modules: Up to 50 m³/h. Demineralization plants are produced as automatic, two-tank plants (co-currently and countercurrently regenerated) and mixed-bed plants in which the regeneration either takes place on site or on the basis of service. Mixed-bed is frequently used where stringent requirements for low contents of salt and silica apply. 

 
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Type DME/DMHE
Flow rate: Up to 20 m³/h.

Quality: 5-20 µS/cm.
Automatic, two-tank plants.
Co-currently regenerated.

 

Type DMCE
Flow rate: Up to 13 m³/h.

Quality: 2-5 µS/cm.
Automatic, two-tank plants.
Countercurrently regenerated, thus reducing the consumption of chemicals.

 

 

Type UPCORE (UPflow COuntercurrent REgeneration)
Flow rate: Up to 50 m³/h.

Quality: 1-3 µS/cm.
Automatic, two-tank plants.
Countercurrently regenerated, thus optimizing the utilization of the regeneration chemicals.
Self-cleaning, thus ensuring a constant, low pressure loss.

 

Type MB/MBA
Flow rate: Up to 50 m³/h.

Quality: Conductivity less than 0.1 µS/cm.
Mixed-bed plant, type MB/MBA, used for fine polishing.
Manual or automatic regeneration.
See also SILEX/EUREX.

 

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