The Industrial Water Purification Blog

Proven Ways To Eliminate Bacteria From Your Industrial Water

Posted by Peter Wood on 21-Feb-2017 13:20:00


Bacteria is a common problem with all industrial water systems because there are many factors which can contribute to bacterial growth. The feed water used in industrial water treatment systems is treated with free chlorine to prevent and remove bacteria. However, during industrial water treatment, this free chlorine is removed, thereby increasing the risk of bacterial growth.

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Topics: Industrial Water Quality

What Is Water Deionisation - And How To Choose The Right Deionised Water System

Posted by Peter Wood on 16-Feb-2017 07:29:42

Industrial water deionisation can be an excellent alernative to reverse osmosis. The deionisation process can be accomplished in two ways: via the use of charged resin beds, and by using electrical charges.

Deionisation Using Resins

Conventional deionisation (DI) involves the use of chemically-charged resins. These resins reside either in separate chambers, or together in what is known as mixed-bed format. Regardless of the format used, water is treated in the same way; it is passed through a cation resin, where all cations in the water are removed. Then, the water passes through an anion resin, which removes all the water’s anions.

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Topics: Deionisation, Deionised Water System

Deionised Water vs. Demineralised Water – Are There Any Real Differences?

Posted by Peter Wood on 03-Feb-2017 11:40:00

The terms ‘deionisation’ and ‘demineralisation’ are often used interchangeably, even by those in the industry. But are there any real differences in DI water vs. demineralised water? Yes, and each process can make a difference to what you may be manufacturing.

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Topics: Deionisation, Deionised Water System

RO Water Vs DI Water – Which Is Best For A Food/Drink Manufacturer?

Posted by Peter Wood on 27-Jan-2017 10:45:00


Getting the quality of manufacturing water you need for your food or drink manufacturing facility can be a challenge on even the best of days. You may have recently expanded into the manufacture of new food or drink products, or you may just wish to improve the quality of water you use. Regardless, your choices for the purification of water will come down to two methods: reverse osmosis (RO), and deionisation (DI).

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Topics: Industrial Water Quality

The Benefits of Recycling & Recovering Deionised Rinse Water Using An IONMASTER ACTB Deioniser

Posted by Peter Wood on 17-Jan-2017 09:01:00

Most industrial metal and plastics surface finishing process lines include a Deionised water rinse stage. This stage is invariably to rinse the components and ensure that no contaminants are left on the surface of the workpiece.

This process is critical to ensure good surface adhesion for whatever the component is then being coated with.

It is still the practice in many surface finishing processes to use the Deionised water in the rinsing process and then allow it to overflow to drain. This practice has implications in water cost, effluent discharge cost, regeneration and effluent treatment chemical cost, product quality and Deionised water quality.

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Topics: Deionisation

What Is Industrial Reverse Osmosis And Can It Help Improve Your Water Quality?

Posted by Peter Wood on 29-Dec-2016 11:20:00

Getting the right standard of manufacturing water you need for your facility is possible using industrial reverse osmosis (RO). This is very effective at removing a number of contaminants in water, and is a very simple process at its core. However, there are also guidelines which must be followed to ensure that the system continues to work correctly.

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Topics: Reverse Osmosis

Sanofi Service And Sales

Posted by Peter Wood on 22-Dec-2016 12:10:00

Sanofi as a major pharmacuitical manufacturing Company has to generate large amounts of purified water for many different uses within the production process.

This purified water and the systems that generate it are all validated to the highest pharmaceutical standards.

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Topics: Projects

How Does Industrial Reverse Osmosis Work And What Are The Benefits?

Posted by Peter Wood on 22-Dec-2016 09:51:00

Reverse osmosis (RO) systems are being increasingly used by many industries with impressive results. Modern technology has made industrial RO systems capable of removing over 99% of certain contaminants. But how does reverse osmosis work?

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Topics: Reverse Osmosis

3 Principles Of Industrial Water Treatment You Need To Know To Maintain High Water Quality

Posted by Peter Wood on 12-Dec-2016 14:00:00


Industrial water treatment is crucial for every process in a manufacturing facility, from cooling and cleaning to rinsing and processing. When water purity cannot be maintained, products and the equipment used to manufacture them can suffer, leading to costly downtime and even costlier equipment repair or replacement.

In order to avoid the premature replacement of components or equipment, it’s essential to understand the following principles of industrial water treatment.

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Topics: Industrial Water Treatment

How To Remove Chemical Impurities In Water Using A Deionisation System

Posted by Peter Wood on 05-Dec-2016 08:58:00

Maintaining the quality of water in any facility is a constant challenge. This is especially true in facilities that require pure water for manufacturing. Deionisation produces water in its purest form, free of chemicals, minerals and other impurities. This article will explain more about how deionisation affects chemical impurities in water.

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Topics: Deionisation

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