Q. Please I need your information of the removal of boron a 0.75 ppm
Any information would be appreciated!Fabiola M. [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Los Andes, Chile
Q. We are interested in cost effective removal of boron from water at levels of around 5 ppm. Does anyone have any advice or information?Anna M. [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Fife, UK
Q. We are looking for methods to remove 16 ppm of boron from industrial effluent (picture tube manufacturing). Please suggest methods.Aparna [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
water and waste water treatment - Navi Mumbai, Maharatra, India
For boron removal there are some methods.
E.g., there are selective ion exchange resins (such as Purolite S-108 or Amberlite IRA 743).
Ion exchange is the method of choice, when you don't have to remove other components. Otherwise membrane processes like Nanofiltration or reverse osmosis might be helpful, too.Wolfgang Neubrand
- Mondsee Austria
Q. Hi, Wolfgang Neubrand.
May I know the effectiveness of using Nanofiltration? Will Nanofiltration at 0.2 micron nominal size work for boron removal? How good is it?
- KL, Malaysia
A. Boron removal can be achieved by commercially available ion exchange resins with the N-Methylglucamine functional group (a couple of products I know of Amberlite XE-243 and Purolite S-108). Though a weak base anion backbone, resin is regenerated with sulfuric acid, and boric acid is recovered as a by-product by crystallization. Hope this helps.Juzer Jangbarwala
- Santa Fe Springs, California USA
March 18, 2015
A. Seplite LSC800 resin can remove the boron.Sally Qu
Sunresin New Materials Co.,Ltd Xi;an - Xi;an China
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