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Why Choose Wychwood Water As Your Commercial RO System Provider?

Posted by Peter Wood on 16-Mar-2018 17:06:41

Choosing a reliable partner for the installation and maintenance of your industrial reverse osmosis system is critical: A reverse osmosis system is a considerable investment and thus you cannot afford to take chances when it comes to choosing the company for designing and maintaining an RO system.

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Topics: Commercial RO System

Wychwood Water Senior Engineer Receives Sanofi Safety Award

Posted by Peter Wood on 05-Mar-2018 14:23:50

We are very proud of our senior engineer Owen Beckwith, who recently received a safety award from Sanofi; a major European Pharmaceutical Manufacturer and a long-term client of ours. The annual award is a reflection of the seriousness placed on health and safety by Sanofi. All contractors are expected to adhere to the strictest safety standards – with the award going to contractors who demonstrate excellence above and beyond the expected level.

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Topics: Sanofi, News

What Impurities Does Reverse Osmosis NOT Remove?

Posted by Peter Wood on 21-Feb-2018 12:14:42

Reverse osmosis uses a semi-permeable membrane that contains very tiny pores that allows water to flow through. These pores do not allow natural minerals, salts and other organic compounds whose molecule compounds are larger than water to pass through. Therefore, reverse osmosis (RO) is no doubt an effective way of removing many impurities from water. Such impurities include lead, asbestos, dissolved organics, radium and other deadly heavy metals. Reverse osmosis also removes heavyweight volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and chlorinated pesticides.

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Topics: Reverse Osmosis

How Does A Commercial Reverse Osmosis Plant Work?

Posted by Peter Wood on 14-Feb-2018 12:09:32

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Commercial reverse industrial systems have been gaining popularity in industry because they produce impressive results in water purity without the frequent use of chemicals. Thanks to modern technology, commercial reverse systems are now capable of eliminating more than 99 percent of contaminants from industrial water.

Apart from making desalination possible, reverse osmosis is also a reliable process used to treat any kind of process water, recycle water, and remove most impurities from discharge water used by production industries. Desalination is necessary for industries that use seawater as a coolant, removing minerals such as salt from water to make it pure and safe for process use. Otherwise, the contaminants present in unpurified water might contaminate the products that your company produces, or damage sensitive equipment.

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Topics: Reverse Osmosis

How Do you Choose Between a Short Cycle or Fully Regenerating Deioniser

Posted by Peter Wood on 15-Jan-2018 11:40:39

Ion exchange deionisers with chemical regeneration have been used for 70 plus years. Along with the development of the Ion exchange resins used within the Deionisers the process has developed over time.

These developments have enabled Deionisers to provide better quality Deionised water and to provide reduced rinse up times following a regeneration.

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Topics: Deionisation, Deionised Water System

5 Most Common Mistakes You Need To Avoid With Your Commercial Water Deioniser System

Posted by Peter Wood on 22-Dec-2017 10:20:00

For pharmaceutical manufacturers, biotech companies, hospitals or any other institution where purified water is required, a water deioniser, commonly referred to as a demin system or a DI system, is generally a crucial process component.

The ionic impurities in the incoming mains water, typically salts and metals dissolved in the water as positively and negatively charged ions, can lead to poor efficiency and performance. This might be due to the formation of scale or precipitation at high temperatures. The impurities might disrupt the blending process for manufacturers or potentially introduce an unwanted contaminant into the product. Thus, they are regarded as impurities, and they must be removed, something that a DI system can do perfectly. The removal (deionisation) entails getting rid of the charged ions while leaving behind water molecules (H2O). This leads to a true water “blank” where the purified water acts as a pure solvent.

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Topics: Deionised Water System

Industrial Deionised Water Systems – Are They Better Than Reverse Osmosis Systems?

Posted by Peter Wood on 15-Dec-2017 10:45:00

Industrial deionised (DI) water systems are extremely useful for a range of applications. Reverse osmosis (RO) systems are also used in many circumstances to treat poor quality process water and make it suitable for industrial use. Deionisation is not better than reverse osmosis, simply different. Each system has its advantages, and often the two processes can be used together in the same water purification plant.

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Topics: Deionised Water System

How Much Should You Pay For A DI Water System And Are They Worth It?

Posted by Peter Wood on 08-Dec-2017 14:06:16

Price is often the first question we are asked when it comes to enquiries about DI water systems, so we wanted to address the issue in this article. Before we get into specifics we have to be clear that overall cost, operational expenses, potential savings, ROI etc. will vary on a case-by-case basis.

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Topics: Deionised Water System

5 Ways Of Recycling Water For Commercial Businesses

Posted by Peter Wood on 01-Dec-2017 11:00:00

Process water is used in many commercial businesses, often in very high volumes. As it is used, process water often picks up impurities and contaminants that need to be stripped out before the wastewater can be released back into the water network. This is expensive for the businesses concerned, as well as being extremely wasteful. Thus, facilities that use large amounts of process water frequently benefit from employing techniques that can conserve and recycle process water for further use. This not only makes sound environmental sense, but can also save businesses a lot of money.

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Topics: Purified Water Systems

3 Ways To Achieve Pure Industrial Water Through A DI Water System

Posted by Peter Wood on 28-Nov-2017 15:18:10

Businesses needing large quantities of pure process water on demand can truly take advantage of DI systems to ensure they get the necessary water for their technical processes. There are several ways in which you can implement a deionisation (DI) water system in an industrial setting. 

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Topics: Deionisation

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