Deionization (DI) resin lifespan typically lasts 5 to 10 years. However, if any of the four primary factors cause your resin to foul prematurely, it could lead to a deterioration in your deionized water quality. Continue reading 4 Factors That Reduce Your DI Resin Lifespan
You probably already know that for certain applications, it’s essential to use deionized water instead of tap. But why? What are the major differences between DI water and tap water, and why are they so important? Continue reading What’s the Difference Between DI Water and Tap Water?
Can the kind of high purity DI resin really make a difference in the quality of your product? Absolutely. The more you know about the different kinds of DI resin that are available, the easier it will be to choose the right type for your application. Continue reading Choosing the Right High Purity DI Resin for Your Needs
How did one company improve their purified water treatment system efficiency and reduce costs? They decided to have a water treatment system “audit.” If you’re looking for ways to lower the cost of your water treatment system, consider a system “audit” to improve efficiency. Continue reading Improving the Efficiency of a Purified Water Treatment System
If your purified water system is going to be used for a validated process or product, you must develop a set of water system validation guidelines. This will help assure that your system operates properly and does what you say it will. Here are three specifications that must be included. Continue reading Three Required Specs for Water System Validation Guidelines
For hospitals, biotech companies, pharmaceutical manufacturers, blenders or any other facility that needs purified water for their production, deionized water is crucial. So exactly what is deionized water, or di water, and why does it matter? We’ll look at the science, and how its application can even be a matter of life or death.
Continue reading What is Deionized Water or Di Water?