The goal of the ion exchange resin in your tanks is to remove all the minerals and sediment that can contaminate water. But if the resin isn’t managed correctly, it could lead to excessive amounts of deionized water tank exchanges. Continue reading Deionized Water Tank Exchanges: Why Unmanaged Resin is Costing You More
A mixed bed deionizer provides you with the highest quality deionized water at 18.2 Megohm. But what should you do if you need large quantities of water? Continue reading Quality vs. Quantity: When to Use a Mixed Bed Deionizer
Specifying engineers have a tough task when it comes to writing specs for purified water systems. We find there are certain areas where specifying engineers trip up, time and time again. Beware this 3-headed monster — he’ll eat your specs for lunch. Continue reading Beware the 3-Headed Monster When Writing Specs for Purified Water Systems
When one thinks of electronics, water is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. But without ultrapure water (UPW), the manufacturing of the high-tech semiconductors needed for today’s laptops, tablets and smartphones wouldn’t be possible. Continue reading Could Ultrapure Water Be The Secret Behind Today’s High-Tech Electronics?
Outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease in the U.S. are on the rise. Many of these cases have been linked to small systems such as fountains, water walls and whirlpools found in hospitals, long-term care facilities, hotels and apartment buildings. The good news is there are some fairly non-invasive preventative solutions. Continue reading Three Things Facility Managers Can Do to Prevent the Spread of Legionnaires’ Disease
Chances are you already know that in certain applications, deionized (DI) water is crucial. You may even work in an industry that uses it. So how do you convert tap water into deionized water, and how then is the di water used in certain applications?
Continue reading How to Deionize Water
For facilities that depend on reverse osmosis/deionized (RO/DI) water systems, maintaining uninterrupted operation is critical to production. If your operations should go down, what is your backup plan? And does it fit into to your validation process? Continue reading Are You Prepared if Your Reverse Osmosis System Goes Down?
If your high purity water system is starting to plug up, experience low flow, or shows high bacteria counts, it could be time to change or upgrade your filtration process. If that’s the case, you need to know how to pick the right filter for your application. Continue reading Two Simple Steps for Choosing the Right Water Filter
If you’re like other DI (deionization) water newbies, you probably have a million questions about sustaining your DI water quality after installation. To help you focus, we’ve compiled a list of the top eight questions to ask your service provider about deionization. Continue reading 8 Crucial Service Questions for the Highest DI Water Quality
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