What is Deionized Water?
Deionization (DI) is a very convenient and cost-effective water ion exchange process for producing highly purified water for many applications such as labs, pharmaceuticals, electronics, and much more. The water deionization process removes dissolved solids (TDS) from water using ion-exchange resins. The most common ion exchange resins are known as cation resin and anion resin.
Remove Dissolved Pollutants with Deionization
The process of Deionization creates the perfect system to remove total dissolved solids (TDS) impurities from your water systems. The two most common ions removed during this water treatment process are negative and positive charged ions. Deionization water treatment systems, uses a positive and negative charged ion exchange resin, drawing out the dissolved solids from the water supply and only allowing the hydrogen and oxygen molecules to remain – thus creating a purer form of clean water. Deionized treated water is used anywhere from industrial applications, chemistry labs, pharmaceutical industry, and in manufacturing plants.
Complete Water Solutions Deionization equipment is manufactured to provide pure water for high quality, high purity applications. Our systems can be custom outfitted in several ways to deliver the commercial water system solution for your business.
Available Deionization Filtration
- Cation, Anion, or Mix Bed
- Semi-Conductor Grade
- Fiber Glass or Stainless Steel
- Flow Rates 1 to 600 GPM
- PLC Controlled or Conductivity Controlled
The more times water is subject to the deionized chemical process, the more pure water yielded. Testing to see if your deionization system needs maintenance is easy. Just use a TDS meter! The TDS meter will determine the system’s effectiveness after the water runs through it. A TDS meter is a small device used to identify solids in a solution, contaminants like salts or minerals. If you find your water quality to have higher electrical conductivity, then your system probably needs servicing. Give Complete Water Solutions a call, and we can schedule an appointment to get your water product quality back.