The Leader DM System Manufacturer in China - NEWater
With the devotion of research and development on water treatment field, NEWater is professional enough to provide demineralization systems for your need.
- Chemically pure produced water and high water quality
- Wide range of applications
- Economical products
- Satisfying after-sale service
What is Demineralization?
Demineralization (DM) systems are a form of chemical water treatment that uses an ion exchange process to remove minerals and salts from water to produce pure water. The treated produced water can be completely free or almost free of dissolved minerals.
Throughout the demineralization process, strong acid cation resins in the form of hydrogen convert dissolved salts into the corresponding acids, while strong base anion resins in the form of hydroxides remove these acids.
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Why NEWater Demineralization Water Plant?
How does Demineralization System Work?
The demineralization water plant works by removing dissolved minerals through an ion exchange process. The raw water passes through two small beds filled with polystyrene beads. In the first bed, a cation-hydrogen ion replacement reaction will occur.
In the second bed, anions will undergo a replacement reaction with hydroxyl ions. The hydrogen ions neutralize the hydroxyl ions, resulting in pure water. The system is equipped with a highly efficient ion exchange resin column, and a degassing system to eliminate minerals.
Why NEWater Demineralization (DM) System?
Over the years, NEWater demineralization water plants and deionization water systems have been highly recognized because they provide a more economical and effective way to get water as pure as possible. Demineralization in water treatment contributes to the removal of almost all inorganic salts, producing pure water at a lower cost than distillation.
NEWater has the over-20-year of experience and keeps researching and developing to upgrade our products. Providing customers with superior products and service is
Wide Cases of NEWater Demineralization Water Plants
Raw water always contains harmful dissolved salts and other impurities which must be removed before you feed the water into the boiler. Demineralization plant separates the dissolved salts from raw water chemically by ion exchange and then produces pure feed water for boiler.
Demineralization systems provide purified boiler feedwater needed in petrochemical and chemical industries. You can use the cost-effective systems to treat cooling tower blowndown and help the discharged water meet regulations.
Usually, food and beverage industries need demineralized water to sterilize containers and different equipment. Therefore, demineralization is a necessary part of the whole manufacturing process.
In order to improve the quality and safety of products, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics industries need demineralization systems supplying pure water to prepare drugs during the process.
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NEWater Demineralization Systems
NEWater demineralized water plants can be used in conjunction with reverse osmosis systems. We provide high-quality demineralized water for your project while being cost-effective. Our engineers will provide you with the most suitable solution designed to achieve the goal of removing minerals and salts from water with high purity water at a low cost.
Demineralized water, deionized water and distilled water are treated and have high quality. They can be used in electronics and chemicals, food and beverages, biopharmaceuticals, cosmetics and laboratories.
Demineralized water: Demineralization systems, like deionization systems, use an ion exchange process to remove virtually all dissolved solids from the raw water. Demineralized water removes essentially all minerals from natural water, such as calcium, magnesium, and many other minerals.
Deionized water: Obtained by removing ionic salts from water using ion exchange resins. There is also another form that works using electricity and semi-permeable ion exchange membranes called electrodeionization. Deionized water contains fewer mineral ions, ionic salts, etc.
Distilled water: The principle of distillation is to heat a liquid to boiling, then cool the water vapor, and finally collect the purified liquid water (i.e. distilled water) in a sterile container. This process removes almost all ionic, inorganic and biological contaminants from the water, so there are relatively few organic contaminants in distilled water.
Considering a large amount of energy required to heat, circulate and cool the distillation process, this can add high operating costs to a project.
Demineralization (DM) and deionization (DI) systems typically require only one drive pump to provide energy for circulating water and some of the chemical costs for resin regeneration, so energy costs are minimized and are more cost-effective than distillation, saving money for the project.