|Product Water Flow:||500LPH-10000 LPH||Voltages:||220V / 380V 50HZ|
|Electrical Control:||Manual Or Auto As Per Customer Requirement||Recovery:||90%-95%|
|EDI Brand:||GE, MICRONIX Or As Customized||Guarnatee:||12 Months|
|Inlet Conductivity:||≤20μm/cm||Proper Conductivity:||2-10μm/cm|
|Water Temperature:||5-35℃||Carbon Dioxide:||<5ppm|
10000 LPH EDI Water Treatment Plant,
90% EDI Water Treatment Plant,
35℃ EDI Water Treatment Plant
EDI is a cost effective, environmentally friendly alternative to conventional post-RO ion ex-changer applications in high purity water treatment.
Electro-deionisation (EDI) is a continuous deionization process combining electrodialysis (ED) and ion-exchange(IE) membranes and resins for producing ultra pure water.
There are also EDI units that are often referred to as continuous electrodeionization (CEDI) since the electric current regenerates the resin mass continuously. CEDI technique can achieve very high purity, with conductivity below 0.1 μS/cm.
Standard System EDI water purification plant
|Rated Volatag||Recovery||Inlet||Pure water|
EDI water purification plant
An electrode in an electrochemical cell is referred to as either an anode or a cathode, terms that were coined by Michael Faraday. The anode is defined as the electrode at which electrons leave the cell and oxidation occurs, and the cathode as the electrode at which electrons enter the cell and reduction occurs. Each electrode may become either the anode or the cathode depending on the voltage applied to the cell. A bipolar electrode is an electrode that functions as the anode of one cell and the cathode of another cell.
Each cell consists of an electrode and an electrolyte with ions that undergo either oxidation or reduction. An electrolyte is a substance containing free ions that behaves as an electrically conductive medium. Because they generally consist of ions in solution, electrolytes are also known as ionic solutions, but molten electrolytes and solid electrolytes are also possible. They are sometimes referred to in abbreviated jargon as lytes.
Water is passed between an anode (positive electrode) and a cathode (negative electrode). Ion-selective membranes allow the positive ions to separate from the water toward the negative electrode and the negative ions toward the positive electrode. High purity deionized water results.