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Mixed-bed Ion Exchanger

Both cation and anion resin can be added to an ion exchange vessel and mixed to create a "mixed bed" exchanger . A "mixed bed" exchanger is more complicated than other types of ion exchangers because it has to separate and regenerate the two resins.
The intimate mixing of the cation and anion resin allows a very high degree of deionization. Mixed bed exchangers produce the highest quality demineralized water of any of the ion exchange units.
Working mixed bed exchangers deionize water with up to 50 ppm TDS (Total Dissolved Solids). Polishing mixed bed exchangers are located after working cation and anion exchangers or reverse osmosis units
Strong acid cation and strong base anion resins are used in "mixedbed" exchangers, as complete demineralization is the objective. A small volume of inert resin can also be used to facilitate separation of the cation and anion resin beads during regeneration
enki design and supply "mixedbed" demineralizer according to custom requirement and specific application.