Deionization & Ion Exchange
Deionization is the process of removing ionizable solids from water using the principles of ion exchange. It involves the removal of virtually all ionizable particles from water. The deionizer requires two resins because it exchanges both cations and anions. A cation exchange resin is chemically formulated to attract positive ions; an anion exchange resin is formulated to attract negative ions. Deionization can produce extremely high-quality water in terms of dissolved ions or minerals, up to the maximum purity of 18.3 megohms/cm resistance.
Neu-Ion has the capability of providing Portable Exchange Vessels to meet your deionized water needs.