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2021-03-17
Application note on Ion exchange resins for sugar decolorization - Parag Deval

Selection of Ion exchange resins for sugar decolorization as per the color of sugar syrup

2021-06-18
Sugar Industry

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2021-03-24
Deionized water case study: Par for the course

Using deionized water for rinsing vehicles.

2021-03-24
TAPPING INTO HIGH-NITRATE GROUNDWATER SOURCES TO SUPPLEMENT MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLIES

Several installations in the southwest are illustrated as examples of nitrate removal systems using ion exchange resin.

2021-03-23
Superfund Site Cleanup of Chromate Contaminated Groundwater

The Boomsnub site in the state of Washington was listed as a Superfund site in 1995. The site consists of two parcels of land, which previously contained two unrelated businesses that contributed separately to contamination of soil and groundwater.

2021-03-23
Tapping Into High-Nitrate Groundwater Sources To Supplement Municipal Water Supplies

Cities throughout the Southwest have found that next-generation ion-exchange technologies provide a ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Batch Waste Water Treatment Using Ion Exchange

Using ion exchange to remove metals from a mixed waste effluent from research facilities.

2021-03-18
Tapping Into High-Nitrate Groundwater Sources To Supplement Municipal Water Supplies

Cities throughout the Southwest have found that next-generation ion-exchange technologies provide a reliable, economical, ready-made way to leverage local groundwater ... Read More.

2021-03-18
Using Demineralization as a Water Saving Device

Recycling water using DI at an ammunition plant.

2021-03-18
Boron Removal From Ultrapure Water By Boron Selective Ion Exchange

Boron Removal From Ultrapure Water By Boron Selective Ion Exchange at Advanced Micro Devices

2021-03-24
Iron Diagnosis and Removal

This presentation is a general overview of the types of iron in water and what to do to remove them. This is a general presentation. Been a big hit when I have done it at various potable water venues.

2021-03-18
Removal of dissolved iron, Manganese, Hydrogen sulfide, Arsenic from potable and non-potable water with product SIR-1300

SIR-1300 is REDOX Media which removes dissolved Fe, Mn, H2S, Arsenic from potable and non-potable water. This resin media does not require chemical regenerant. Regeneration is done with backwash water+ Air scour periodically

2021-03-17
Iron Diagnosis and Removal

This presentation is a general overview of the types of iron in water and what to do to remove them. This is a general presentation. Been a big hit when I have done it at various potable water venues.

2021-03-17
Portable Exchange Deionization Basics

This presentation evolved over many years, haven't updated it in awhile. I would love to see this presentation be brought up to current brand standards and look. Ther ... Read More.

2021-03-17
pH Effects of Chloride Form Anion Resins

This was originally given at an EWQA conference, needs to be cleaned up for public use, including the charts/graphs. This is a review of how chloride form anion resin impacts the pH of water and why.

2021-03-17
Application of Ion Exchange in Waste Water Treatment

Overview on using ion exchange resins for waste water or ground water remediation applications.

2021-03-24
Ion Exchange Applications of Simulation Technology

Using performance prediction software to forecast ion exchange resin performance. Simulation technology with its ion exchange (IX) application can provide additional ... Read More.

2021-03-24
Softener resin and chlorine limitations

Predicting resin life and the effects of chlorine and chloramine disinfection

2021-03-24
Chromium Removal Using Selective Ion Exchange Resins

Techniques for removing hexavalent chromium. Presented at 2002 WQA.

2021-03-24
Cleaning Biologically Fouled Resins

Cleaning Biologically Fouled Resins

2021-03-24
Cleaning of Oil Fouled Softener Resins

Evaluation of cleaning efficacy of oil fouled cation softening resins. Presented at IWC in 1994.

2021-03-24
Common Pitfalls of Ion Exchange for Organic Traps

Application advice for the use of anion resins to remove naturally occurring organic matter (NOM). Written by MG for Water Technology Magazine in 1999.

2021-03-24
Essentials of Ion Exchange

Fundamentals of ion exchange technology

2021-03-24
Factors in High Purity Mixed Bed Demineralizers

Ultrapure water production by the use of mixed bed ion exchange resin. Factors that influence ultimate quality are presented and discussed.

2021-03-24
Guidelines for Anion Resin Replacement

When to replace anion exchange resin due to oxidation, fouling, or other reasons.

2021-03-24
Heavy Metals Removal Using Ion Exchange

How to selectively remove heavy metals from water.

2021-03-24
Interpretation of Resin Analysis

How to interpret and understand the results of an ion exchange resin analysis. When is it time to replace or clean resin?

2021-03-24
Lead Removal by Ion Exchange

Removal of lead from water.

2021-03-24
Low TOC Mixed-Bed Resins

How to achieve low total organic carbon (TOC) levels in ultrapure water using mixed bed DI resins.

2021-03-24
Molybdate Removal by Ion Exchange Resins

The removal of molybdenum from cooling loops using ion exchange resin. Written by Andrew Bishop, formerly of ResinTech.

2021-03-24
Nitrate Selective Resins

A comparison between strong base anion resins for nitrate removal, both general resins and selective resins.

2021-03-24
Operating Experiences with a New Organic Trap Resin

Removal of NOM using a specialty anion resin.

2021-03-24
Optimizing PEDI with Rinse Recycle

How to save substantial amounts of rinse water in the regeneration plant.

2021-03-24
Overnight Soaks Work Miracles in MIxed-Bed Regeneration for PEDI Service

Soaking a freshly regenerated mixed bed tank overnight in DI water before use can help achieve a higher purity effluent when put into service.

2021-03-24
Potassium chloride as an alternate regenerant

The benefits of using potassium chloride versus sodium chloride as a brine regenerant.

2021-03-24
Predicting the Operating Capacity of Strong Base Anion Resins from Static Laboratory Tests

How to predict the field operating capacity of strong base anion resins based on their current chemical condition as reported by the analytical laboratory.

2021-03-24
Removing Organics with Anion Exchange Resin

The use of strong base anion resins operated in the chloride form for removal of natural organic material.

2021-03-24
The Reversible Removal of Naturally Occurring Organics Using Sodium Chloride Regenerated Ion Exchange Resins

A study of the use of anion exchange resins for the removal of natural organics from water.

2021-03-24
Selective Silica Removal

The use of specialty hybrid resins for the selective removal of silica from nuclear process water and radwaste.

2021-03-24
Some Like it Hot, Some Like it Cold

The effects of temperature on ion exchange resin operations.

2021-03-24
Supplying DI Water for the Aquarium Industry

The importance of deionized (DI) water for the aquarium market.

2021-03-24
Mixed Bed Resin Stability in Semiconductor Applications

What conditions are best for storing semiconductor ultrapure resins before use to maintain integrity?

2021-03-24
The Use of PEDI in the Power Industry

How the power generation industry uses portable exchange DI service to provide demineralized makeup water. Economics are discussed. Regional portable exchange deioniz ... Read More.

2021-03-24
The Practical Aspects of Ion Exchange in the Service DI Industry (Part 1 and 2)

Considerations for the use of portable exchange DI service for providing demineralized water.

2021-03-23
When Do Ion Compositions Shift?

How does the concentration of background ions affect the removal of contaminants from water using ion exchange? What changes can be expected in treated water?

2021-03-23
Nitrate Removal by Ion Exchange

The use of anion exchange resin for removing nitrate from drinking water sources.

2021-03-23
WHY SHOULDN'T WE REBED THIS ION EXCHANGE UNIT?

When approaching a rebed of an ion exchange unit it is important to determine if it is the best course of action, how you will remove the resi ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Ion Exchange for Removal of Groundwater Contaminants

How ion exchange resins can be used to selectively remove emerging contaminants from groundwater.

2021-03-23
Uranium Removal by Ion Exchange

The removal of uranium from water supplies using chloride form anion resins.

2021-03-23
What Should Be Included In A Drinking Water Test

In the water treatment market, at some point, you are likely to have a client ask to have their water tested. The big question is: “Tested for what?” Depending on the client, the answer could be drastically different.

2021-03-23
Guidelines for Cation Resin Replacement

How to obtain a resin sample for analysis. Guidelines for replacement of resin due to oxidation, fouling, or loss of capacity

2021-03-23
Protecting your mixed bed DI water with a softener

Peter Meyers responds to WC&P readers' questions.

2021-03-23
Uptake rate of tannic acid by strong-base gel-type anion resins

A series of experiments were conducted to determine the uptake rates of tannic acid by styrenic strong-base Type-1, anion ... Read More.

2021-03-23
An overview of technologies useful for arsenic removal

Solutions for removing arsenic from water.

2021-03-23
Protect the Resin

How to protect ion exchange resin from oxidation, fouling and loss during use.

2021-03-23
Ion exchange’s impact on drinking water when removing nitrates

Frank Desilva responds to Water Technology readers' questions.

2021-03-23
Removal of trace contaminants

The use of ion exchange resins for removal of trace contaminants such as uranium, radium, perchlorate, chromate, and arsenic.

2021-03-23
The Use of Strong Base Anion Resins for Arsenic Removal

Strong base anion resins (SBA), operated in the chloride form, can remove many contaminants from drinking water. These contaminants ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Arsenic Removal by Regenerable Anion Resin

How to remove arsenic from water using brine regenerable anion resin.

2021-03-23
Benefiting from a Lead/Lag Configuration

Using two IX units for meeting drinking water limits.

2021-03-23
Trace Contaminant Removal

NOTE: the author of this article is Kaitlyn Clark The ability to remove trace contaminants by ion exchange resins is influenced by the relationships between inlet water TDS and contaminant concentration .

2021-03-23
Perchlorate Removal

The selective removal of perchlorate from groundwater using ion exchange.

2021-03-23
Protecting Ion Exchange Resins from Suspended Solids

How to keep suspended solids from entering the ion exchange bed. How to properly backwash and clean a bed that may have become impacted by suspended solids accumulation.

2021-03-23
Radium Removal

Removing radium from drinking water sources using conventional softening resins and also selective resin.

2021-03-23
Resin Regeneration Fundamentals

The fundamentals of regenerating softeners and two bed deionizers

2021-03-23
Resin Regeneration - More than Meets the Eye

Resin regeneration fundamentals.

2021-03-23
Resin Sterilization

How to disinfect a bed of ion exchange resin.

2021-03-23
Choosing the perfect softening resin

How to choose the correct softening resin for your application. Among the choices are 8% crosslinked, 10% crosslinked, gel, macroporous, fine mesh, coarse mesh, uniform particle size, and solventless.

2021-03-23
Good Housekeeping in the Portable Exchange Regeneration Plant

Procedures and standards to incorporate in the operation of a portable exchange DI regeneration plant.

2021-03-23
Fighting Forever Chemicals

The history of PFAS, measurement techniques and removal methods.

2021-03-23
Chapter 14: Ion Exchange Applications in Water Treatment

Water Treatment Plant Design, Fifth Edition By American Society of Civil Engineers

2021-03-23
Behavior of Silica in Ion Exchange Systems

Silica is poorly ionized at neutral pH and has limited solubility. Membrane and precipitation processes can be quite effective at elevated pH ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Behavior of Silica in Ion Exchange and Other Systems

The chemistry of silica in water and the methods of its removal.

2021-03-23
Got spots? Here are some solutions.

Hardness minerals, calcium and magnesium, as well as some other dissolved ions, will leave spots on rinsed surfaces if the water is allowed to dry. Here's how to prevent it from happening.

2021-03-23
Chapter 12: Ion Exchange Applications in Water Treatment

Water Treatment Plant Design, Fourth Edition By American Society of Civil Engineers

2021-03-23
How Chelating Resins Behave

Chelating resins are gaining acceptance as the best available technology for the removal of transition and heavy metal cations from ground water and from pla ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Ion-Exchange Primer

A guide to understanding the basic principles of ion exchange for the metal finishing industry.

2021-03-23
Ion Exchange and Leachables

What compounds can leach from softener resins when exposed to chlorine or other oxidants?

2021-03-23
Mixing Resins in Your Float: Can You? Should You? And What to Look Out For

A little of this and a little of that may work in spicing a pot of stew, but when it comes to ion exchange float, y ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Ion Exchange: Niche Markets for the Common Water Softener

There are many uses a water conditioner can be put to beyond simply softening water. Some require more care and expertise because of potential health risks if not handled properly. Following is an overview on this concept.

2021-03-23
FDA’s 510(k) Certification: New Rules for Portable Exchange Tank Regeneration

New rules released late last year from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on water purification for kidney ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Water Softening—Part 1 of 2: The Fundamental Theory

Water softening is an inherently efficient process. This is true for the service cycle, where sodium ions on the resin are exchanged f ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Water Softening—Part 2 of 2: The Fundamental Theory

In Part 1, we discussed aspects of ion selectivity as they relate to water softening, including selectivity coefficients, apparent sel ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Softeners: Increasing Salt Efficiency— Regenerant Contact Time, Concentration & Other Factors

A recent spate of regulations in a number of states has served notice to resin suppliers that cu ... Read More.

2021-03-23
The Issue of pH Adjustment in Acid Washed Carbons

Though its popularity as a water treatment alternative is increasing, activated carbon can have a substantial effect on pH. These “spik ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Countercurrent Regeneration of Softeners: Weighing the Pros and Cons

Countercurrent regeneration is a method that has tried unsuccessfully to get into the mainstream of the water softeni ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Waterborne Contaminants: Emerging Issues—Copper, Chloramines and Water Conditioners

Recently, a handful of portable exchange deionization (PEDI) operators in California were cited for exc ... Read More.

2021-03-23
A History of Softening

The concept of water softening has been in use longer than many of us may have been led to believe. Here, the author gives a brief historical lesson as well as a look into the future on where he sees the industry headed.

2021-03-23
Behavior of Silica: Technologies Available & How They Rate

Silica has always confounded water treatment dealers in how to handle it and greatly reduce the contaminant. As we discover more ... Read More.

2021-03-23
An Introduction to Laboratory Water Purification

Scientists use deionized water in a variety of areas from glassware washing to DNA synthesis. To provide the proper deionization system, i ... Read More.

2021-03-23
An Introduction to Arsenic Adsorbents

As a general class, the arsenic adsorbents are all based on similar adsorbent chemistry. An insoluble metal oxide/hydroxide is the adsorbent, which i ... Read More.

2021-03-23
Making Sense of an Incomplete Water Analysis

How to balance a partial water analysis to make up for missing parameters.

2021-03-23
Brine Regeneration Considerations in Water Softeners

Factors affecting the efficiency and performance of brine regenerated water softeners

2021-03-23
Methods of Producing Lab Water

Methods of producing ultrapure POU water for laboratory use.

2021-03-23
Using Media to Remove Fluorides from Drinking Water Sources

Discussion of various methods of fluoride removal from water sources.

2021-03-23
Iron Removal by Softening Resins

The removal of insoluble ferric iron by water softeners can be problematic. Softening resins filter to approximately two microns in size but ferric iron p ... Read More.

2021-03-22
Behavior of Silica in Ion Exchange Systems

Silica is poorly ionized at neutral pH and has limited solubility. Membrane and precipitation processes can be quite effective at elevated pH but are either ineffecti ... Read More.

2021-03-22
Behavior of Silica: Technologies Available & How They Rate

Silica has always confounded water treatment dealers in how to handle it and greatly reduce the contaminant. As we discover more information about silica due to furth ... Read More.

2021-03-22
Chapter 12: Ion Exchange Applications in Water Treatment

Water Treatment Plant Design, Fourth Edition By American Society of Civil Engineers

2021-03-22
Chapter 14: Ion Exchange Applications in Water Treatment

Water Treatment Plant Design, Fifth Edition By American Society of Civil Engineers

2021-03-22
Countercurrent Regeneration of Softeners: Weighing the Pros and Cons

Countercurrent regeneration is a method that has tried unsuccessfully to get into the mainstream of the water softening industry. Despite various application strategi ... Read More.

2021-03-21
FDA’s 510(k) Certification: New Rules for Portable Exchange Tank Regeneration

New rules released late last year from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on water purification for kidney dialysis patients will have a big impact on portable ex ... Read More.

2021-03-21
Got spots? Here are some solutions.

Hardness minerals, calcium and magnesium, as well as some other dissolved ions, will leave spots on rinsed surfaces if the water is allowed to dry. Here's how to prevent it from happening.

2021-03-21
How Chelating Resins Behave

Chelating resins are gaining acceptance as the best available technology for the removal of transition and heavy metal cations from ground water and from plating rins ... Read More.

2021-03-18
How Chelating Resins Behave

Chelating resins are gaining acceptance as the best available technology for the removal of transition and heavy metal cations from ground water and from plating rins ... Read More.

2021-03-18
Ion Exchange: Niche Markets for the Common Water Softener

There are many uses a water conditioner can be put to beyond simply softening water. Some require more care and expertise because of potential health risks if not handled properly. Following is an overview on this concept.

2021-03-18
Ion exchange’s impact on drinking water when removing nitrates

Frank Desilva responds to Water Technology readers' questions.

2021-03-18
Protecting your mixed bed DI water with a softener

Peter Meyers responds to WC&P readers' questions.

2021-03-18
Softeners: Increasing Salt Efficiency— Regenerant Contact Time, Concentration & Other Factors

A recent spate of regulations in a number of states has served notice to resin suppliers that current processes will need to be modified. A couple areas of concern ar ... Read More.

2021-03-18
Uptake rate of tannic acid by strong-base gel-type anion resins

A series of experiments were conducted to determine the uptake rates of tannic acid by styrenic strong-base Type-1, anion-exchange resins with a wide variety of moist ... Read More.

2021-03-18
Water Softening—Part 1 of 2: The Fundamental Theory

Water softening is an inherently efficient process. This is true for the service cycle, where sodium ions on the resin are exchanged for hardness ions in the water. A ... Read More.

2021-03-18
Waterborne Contaminants: Emerging Issues—Copper, Chloramines and Water Conditioners

Recently, a handful of portable exchange deionization (PEDI) operators in California were cited for excessive discharges of copper. How and why could this happen when ... Read More.

2021-03-18
What Should Be Included In A Drinking Water Test

In the water treatment market, at some point, you are likely to have a client ask to have their water tested. The big question is: “Tested for what?” Depending on the client, the answer could be drastically different.

2021-03-18
Arsenic Removal by Regenerable Anion Resin

How to remove arsenic from water using brine regenerable anion resin.

2021-03-18
Ion Exchange Applications of Simulation Technology

Using performance prediction software to forecast ion exchange resin performance.

2021-03-18
Being selective with sulfate

Discusses the selection and use of anion resin for removal of contaminants from water and the influence of sulfate levels.

2021-03-18
Benefiting from a Lead/Lag Configuration

Using two IX units for meeting drinking water limits.

2021-03-18
Brine Regeneration Considerations in Water Softeners

Factors affecting the efficiency and performance of brine regenerated water softeners

2021-03-18
The Issue of pH Adjustment in Acid-Washed Carbons

How to avoid or accommodate pH variances in granular activated carbon.

2021-03-18
The Care And Handling of Resin

How to store, load and dispose of ion exchange resin.

2021-03-18
Cation Resin Color Can Make A Difference

Cation exchange resin is available in amber or dark colored beads. Which color is best for your application?

2021-03-18
Softener resin and chlorine limitations

Predicting resin life and the effects of chlorine and chloramine disinfection

2021-03-17
Superfund site cleanup of chromate-contaminated groundwater

Article describing the use of SIR-700-HP for removal of hexavalent chromate from contaminated groundwater at a Superfund site in Vancouver, WA.

2021-03-17
Application note on Ion exchange resins for sugar decolorization - Parag Deval

Selection of Ion exchange resins for sugar decolorization as per the color of sugar syrup

2021-03-23
WQA Radio #192

Frank Desilva talks about the new ResinTech manufacturing facility in New Jersey, how he makes ion exchange a more interesting topic for conversations and sales presentations, and one of the positives he sees coming out of the pandemic.

2021-03-23
Cost Savings from Closing the Loop on Water

The rinse bath for plating gets contaminated through the finishing operation, but that doesn't mean it has to go down the drain. Frank Desilva talks about closing the loop.

2021-03-18
WQA Radio #192

Frank Desilva talks about the new ResinTech manufacturing facility in New Jersey, how he makes ion exchange a more interesting topic for conversations and sales presentations, and one of the positives he sees coming out of the pandemic.

2021-06-18
Resin Results

2021-06-18
Resin Sampling

2021-06-18
Sugar Industry

2021-06-18
Uranium

2021-06-18
Leachables

2021-06-18
Lead Removal

2021-06-18
Low TOC Resins

2021-06-18
Magnesia Oxide

2021-06-18
Media Removal

2021-06-18
Osmotic Shock

2021-06-18
Resin Charging

2021-06-18
Conductivity

2021-06-18
Desilicizers

2021-06-18
GAC

2021-06-18
Ion Selectives

2021-06-18
Acetaldehyde

2021-06-18
Alkalinity

2021-06-18
Barium Removal

2021-06-18
Bed Depth

2021-06-18
Calcite