|Flow Rate:||3000 LPH||Voltages:||220V / 380V 50HZ|
|Inlet Conductivity:||≤30μm/cm||Optimum Conductivity:||2-10μm/cm|
|Control:||Automatic Or Manual As Customized||Recovery:||95%|
|EDI Brand:||GE, MICRONIX Or As Customized||After-sale Guarnatee:||12 Months|
95% Electrodeionization Water Treatment,
ISO9001 Electrodeionization Water Treatment,
3000 LPH Electrodeionization Water Treatment
Description of Electrodeionization Water Treatment EDI
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.
Between a pair of electrodes of an electrodialyzer, there are usually multiple sets of anion membrane, cation membrane and separators (A, B) alternately arranged to form a dense chamber and a weak chamber (that is, cations can pass through the cation membrane, and anions can pass through the anion membrane). The cations in the water in the depleted room migrate to the negative electrode through the positive membrane and are intercepted by the negative membrane in the concentrated room; the anions in the water migrate towards the positive electrode and are intercepted by the positive membrane in the concentrated room, so that the number of ions in the water passing through the depleted room gradually decreases. It becomes fresh water, and the water in the concentration chamber, due to the continuous influx of anions and cations in the concentration chamber, the concentration of dielectric ions continues to rise, and becomes concentrated water, thereby achieving the purpose of desalination, purification, concentration or refining.
Electrodeionization Water Treatment EDI
|Rated Volatag||Recovery||Inlet||Pure water|
Applications of Electrodeionization Water Treatment EDI