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Effective ion exchange for challenging water treatment needs

Ion exchange (IX) is the reversible exchange of ions between a solid and a liquid such as water. Ion exchange resins remove harmful contaminants from liquids and replace them with beneficial and desired ions.

Ion exchange is used in water treatment, including water softening and denitrification, industrial demineralization, condensate polishing, ultrapure water production, and wastewater treatment.

With the use of ion exchange resins, this process has become a very efficient way to remove hardness or nitrates from water.
In this process the resins are used to remove calcium and magnesium (softening) or Nitrates (denitrification) from the water. As part of the process, the resin releases sodium or chlorides, respectively, in the ion exchange. After the resin is depleted, a regeneration sequence is implemented to remove the hardness concentrate or nitrates accumulated in the resin bed, and it is replaced by sodium or chloride ions again. Sodium chloride (coarse salt, industrial grade) is commonly used in the regeneration process.

It can also provide a method of separation in many non-water processes, such as drying and chromatographic separation. It has special utility in chemical synthesis, manufacturing, food processing, mining, power generation, agriculture, and a variety of applications and other industries.

Our solutions

We offer a wide range of pre-designed and custom equipment to meet your water filtration needs, saving you money and ensuring reliability; adapting to any flow need.

Our equipment lines include systems for industrial, municipal, food and other sanitary applications that use water as an ingredient.


Standard softeners and denitrifiers are designed for applications up to 110 m3 / h where uninterrupted service is required. This system of two and three columns allows to operate in an alternating or parallel way, depending on the flow rate and the demanded work regime.


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