Demineralization plant

De-mineralisation plant | Demineralization water plant

Water Softening, De - Mineralization / DM PLANT is designed for counter current regeneration efficiency. The unique design prevents resin loss while backwashing. The systems available are Double Bed and Mixed Bed - Up flow/Down Flow. The vessels are made out of FRP/PVC/MSRL/ SS 316 etc., as per customer's requirement. Quality resins are provided to ensure high-purity output water.

The Uni care DM plant purifies water by removing extraneous mineral ions from input water. The process of ion exchange is the reversible exchange of ions between a solid (synthetic resin) and a liquid in which there is no substantial change in the structure of the solid.

As the water is passed through a series of resin beds, the ionic content is removed by chemical reaction. The result is chemically pure water, from the standpoint of freedom from ionic constituents, but non - electrolytes such as organic compounds and micro-organisms may not be removed.


 Systems are manufactured from MSRL, FRP, SS 316, Mild Steel etc.

 Standard models are available for a flow rate of 50 LPH to 1,00,000 LPH. Custom made models also available as per requirements.

 Use of excellent Ultra Safe quality resin gives high output.

 In order to keep the Ion Exchange Resins in a clean state, the inlet raw water from the demineralisation should be cold, clean and colourless. It is advisable to feed filtered water to the demineraliser. The water should be free from chlorine, suspense matter, iron and other heavy metals, organic matter, oil algae etc. The impurities irreversibly affect the resin performance and hence should not be permitted to end in the demineralistion plant.

 Portable demineralisation are very easy to handle and install. Smaller models are sent in knocked down condition in two separate cases. The frost case contains the tubular frame with a Panel mounted on it with the six-valve manifold secured on the panel. Hose connectors are also fixed on the valve manifold and hose languets a regenerate tank conductivity cell, conductivity circuit box and motor. The connectors in the FPF cation and anion cylinders are removed prior to dispatch and placed in this case to avoid breakage during transit.

 The second case contains only the FRP cation and anion cylinders fitted with trainers and filled with respective resins. The resins are sent in regenerate condition and hence the plant is assembled and put on to service. However, it is advised that regeneration be carried out as per the procedure as lined in this manual..


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