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NEWater is a vastly experienced and professional provider of first-rate DI water tanks. We manufacture customized systems tailored to amply solve all your water problems. 

  • High-quality and certified systems.
  • Guaranteed removal of dissolved ions.
  • Improved water quality.
  • Uninterrupted supply of deionized water.
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What is a Deionized Water Tanks?

A deionized (DI) water tank is a specially built pressure vessel that consists of ion exchange resins, which replace pollutant ions in water with less objectionable ions. Deionized water tanks typically consist of anion and cation exchange resins, which extract positively and negatively charged ions. 

They generate high-quality water often referred to as deionized or demineralized water. NEWater manufactures different types of DI water tanks and our units are widely used in homes, industries, and commercial entities.


NEWater’s Deionized Water Tanks Related Products

Portable DI Water Tank

The NEWater portable DI water tank is a relatively smaller and compact system that continually generates deionized water by extracting virtually all pollutant ions.

DI Water System

Our High-Quality DI water system gets rid of ionized constituents, minerals, and metals by replacing them with desirable ions such as hydrogen (H+) and hydroxyl (OH-).

Reverse Osmosis Water System

We manufacture highly-individualized reverse osmosis water systems reliant on semi-permeable membranes, which extract solids and unwanted pollutants.

Electrodeionization System

The NEWater electrodeionization system is electrically-driven and it yields high-purity water by extracting virtually all dissolved ions using ion exchange resins and membranes.

Ion Exchange Water Treatment System 1

Our ion exchange water treatment system removes dissolved ions, minerals, and metals by swapping them with non-objectionable ions.

Water Softener System for home

The NEWater water softener system produces clean and softened water by eliminating hardness-causing minerals. This is done using high-capacity ion exchange resins.

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Why Choose NEWater’s Deionized Water Tanks?

No Chemicals or Hazardous Waste
Reduced Maintenance Cost Investment.
Meet Different Flow and Water Quality Requirements
One-to-one Customization on Demand

NEWater’s Deionized Water Tanks Features:

  1. Effective removal of dissolved ions.
  2. High-quality, non-corrosive material.
  3. Regenerates automatically.
  4. They are fitted with automatic control boards.
  5. They are easy to install and use.
  6. Highly durable.
  7. Inexpensive to operate and maintain. 
  8. Strong anti-oxidation properties.
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NEWater’s DI Water Tank Applications

NEWater’s Deionized Water Tank Applications:

  • Treatment of cooling water for cooling plants.
  • Laboratory water purification.
  • Pharmaceutical water purification.
  • Treatment of car wash water.
  • Water softening.
  • Treatment of boiler feed water.
  • Cosmetics.
  • Food processing.

How Do Deionized (DI) Water Tanks Work?

DI water tanks get rid of objectionable ions such as Calcium (Ca2+) and Magnesium (Mg2+) using a process referred to as ion exchange. In mixed-bed DI water tanks, the raw water is injected into a pressure vessel housing both the anion and cation exchange resins. Pollutant ions with a positive charge are then replaced with hydrogen (H+) ions released by the cation exchange resin.

Negatively charged ions, such as sulfate (SO4-) and chloride (Cl-) are then exchanged for hydroxyl ions (OH-) released by the anion exchange resin. In dual-bed DI water tanks, the anion and cation exchange resins are housed in two separate pressure vessels. The deionization process commences with the removal of cationic pollutants followed by the removal of anionic impurities.

How Do DI Water Tanks Work

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Our deionized water tanks are installed and maintained by highly trained service technicians. These tanks are portable and can accommodate a wide range of flow rates and quality requirements. We design and manufacture deionized water tanks only to meet the needs of your water treatment system.

Excellent design and construction ensure that our tanks provide maximum service over the life of the tank. With NEWater deionized water tanks, you can effectively eliminate ionic contaminants in your feed water that are harmful to a variety of commercial and industrial processes.

Diverse, Top-Notch DI Water Tanks from NEWater

Dual-Bed DI Water Tank
Dual-Bed DI Water Tank

The dual-bed DI water tank consists of two separate pressure vessels, which hold the cation exchange resin and the anion exchange resin respectively.

Mixed-Bed DI Water Tank
Mixed-Bed DI Water Tank

The NEWater’s mixed-bed DI water tank is made up of the anion and cation exchange resins, which are housed in a single pressure vessel.

RO DI Water Tank
RO/DI Water Tank

The RO/DI water tank is an integrated water treatment system that consists of a reverse osmosis unit attached to a deionization water system.

Deionized Water System for Laboratory
Deionized Water System for Laboratory

The NEWater deionized water system for laboratory generates laboratory-grade Type II water, which is ideal for general equipment cleaning among other essential applications.

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Are You Looking for a High-Quality and Reliable Deionized Water Tank? Find it at NEWater!

NEWater’s DI water tanks are ISO 9001 certified, reasonably priced, and warranty protected. They are quite easy to operate and their maintenance is inexpensive.

We Can Offer You All the Deionization (DI) Water Tank You Need.

DI Water Tanks Frequently Asked Questions

With the growth and diversification of industrialization, the demand for high-purity water has proliferated significantly. DI water tanks are water purification systems that generate a distinct quality of purified water and their fields of application are diverse. Beneath, we look at the web’s most frequently asked questions regarding DI water tanks.

Can You Drink Deionized Water?

Although deionized water is drinkable, it is not recommended as the ideal drinking water. Deionized water is stripped of all minerals and some of the removed minerals such as Calcium and Magnesium are needed by the human body. However, to make deionized water healthy drinking water, one can re-mineralize it to restore all essential minerals.


How Much Does a Deionized Water Tank Cost?

Over the years, the cost of investing in and operationalizing deionized water tanks has shrunk significantly. This is primarily thanks to the innovation of newer, efficient technologies that have cut down production costs. 

However, estimating the price of a deionization water system can be pretty difficult due to differences in essential aspects such as size, type, and construction material. To get accurate quotations on our systems, kindly visit NEWater.

What Are the Advantages of Deionization (DI) Water Tank?

Deionized water tanks are extremely effective and efficient water purification systems. They are broadly used in different industries and some of their primary advantages include;

  • Cost-efficiency.
  • Easy installation.
  • Auto-regeneration.
  • Can function continually for long periods.
  • Effective removal of dissolved ions.

How Do You Regenerate a Deionized Water Tank?

Deionized water tanks get rid of objectionable ions using ion exchange resins. Over time, the seized objectionable ions decrease the exchange capacity of the DI resins resulting in low-quality water.  To restore the resin’s optimum exchange capacity, regeneration is undertaken. The process of DI resin regeneration is ordinarily undertaken in 4 steps;

  • Backwashing.
  • Chemical injection.
  • Slow rinse.
  • Fast rinse.
Which Variables Can Affect the Performance of Your DI Exchange Tank?

The performance of your DI water tank is typically influenced by a number of factors such as:

  • Feedwater characteristics and effluent quality requirements: Low-quality feed water can deteriorate the performance of your system and lower the quality of deionized water generated.
  • Tank size: The larger the DI tank, the higher the flow rate, and vice versa.
  • Bed type: Individual DI bed tanks produce higher volumes and lower masses, while mixed DI bed tanks produce lower volumes and higher grades.
How Long Does a Deionized Water Tank Last?

Deionized (DI) resins typically have a life span of 5 to 10 years. NEWater’s DI water tanks are made using the finest material and latest technologies, which guarantee an extended lifespan. Resin replacement is hardly needed and this lowers the operational and maintenance costs significantly.

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