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IONPURE® CONTINUOUS ELECTRODEIONISATION (CEDI)

IONPURE® CONTINUOUS ELECTRODEIONISATION (CEDI)

Ionpure® was the first to commercialise continuous electrodeionisation (CEDI) for water purification.

CEDI is a water treatment process that uses a combination of ion-exchange resins, ion-exchange membranes, and direct current to continuously deionise water without the need for chemicals. CEDI helps to reduce the systems’ operating and maintenance costs and improves companies’ bottom line.

Ionpure® was the first to commercialise continuous electrodeionisation (CEDI) for water purification.

CEDI is a water treatment process that uses a combination of ion-exchange resins, ion-exchange membranes, and direct current to continuously deionise water without the need for chemicals. CEDI helps to reduce the systems’ operating and maintenance costs and improves companies’ bottom line.

Benefits of Ionpure® CEDI
– No dangerous or costly chemicals required
– Self-regenerating technology
– Consistent flow of high-quality deionised water
– Suitable for use in a variety of applications including:

Benefits of Ionpure® CEDI
– No dangerous or costly chemicals required
– Self-regenerating technology
– Consistent flow of high-quality deionised water
– Suitable for use in a variety of applications including:

Power plants

Powerplants worldwide are switching to Ionpure® CEDI modules to feed boilers for steam generation. Designed similarly to reverse osmosis (RO) systems, they’re used in conjunction with RO as a polishing step for boiler feed water and cooling tower applications. For boilers, the modules provide deionised water to create the steam that turns the turbines.

Semiconductor industry

Manufacturing processes in the semiconductor industry require ultrapure water at nearly every phase. water quality needs to have extremely low levels of contaminants such as sodium, silica, and boron. The microelectronics manufacturing industry also demands low maintenance technology that will operate efficiently with minimal downtime.

Pharmaceutical

Did you know that most major multinational pharmaceutical companies use CEDI technology? It is used for equipment and facility cleaning, as well as for sterilisation purposes. It helps to prevent the introduction of microorganisms and other impurities that could compromise the quality of pharmaceutical products.

Green hydrogen production

Ultrapure water is an essential requirement for green hydrogen, which involves the process of electrolysis, when ultrapure water is split into Hydrogen and Oxygen.

Power plants

Powerplants worldwide are switching to Ionpure® CEDI modules to feed boilers for steam generation. Designed similarly to reverse osmosis (RO) systems, they’re used in conjunction with RO as a polishing step for boiler feed water and cooling tower applications. For boilers, the modules provide deionised water to create the steam that turns the turbines.

Semiconductor industry

Manufacturing processes in the semiconductor industry require ultrapure water at nearly every phase. water quality needs to have extremely low levels of contaminants such as sodium, silica, and boron. The microelectronics manufacturing industry also demands low maintenance technology that will operate efficiently with minimal downtime.

Pharmaceutical

Did you know that most major multinational pharmaceutical companies use CEDI technology? It is used for equipment and facility cleaning, as well as for sterilisation purposes. It helps to prevent the introduction of microorganisms and other impurities that could compromise the quality of pharmaceutical products.

Green hydrogen production

Ultrapure water is an essential requirement for green hydrogen, which involves the process of electrolysis, when ultrapure water is split into Hydrogen and Oxygen.