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Demineralization of Water


2004

I would like to know what chemicals you use for Demineralisation of water for a Powder Coating Branch, We demineralize to 120 but we are wanting to get it down to 30 if you could help that would be appreciated.

Thank you.

Lee Anne Cronwright
Internal Sales - Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa


2004

Don't use chemicals. You are trying to remove chemicals. If the water is down to 120 you have several choices - ion exchange, electrolytic membranes, and reverse osmosis. Since the water is relatively clean ion exchange would probably be the most efficient.

paul morkovsky
Paul Morkovsky
- Shiner, Texas, USA


2004

Reverse Osmosis is the best way to reduce this.

V S Magesh
- Chennai, India



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