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
If you produce purified water that’s used for organic-sensitive applications, meeting strict Total Organic Carbon (TOC) water standards requirements is vital. Yet, just a few preventable mistakes can cause your water quality to deteriorate, and your TOC count to spike. Continue reading 4 Reasons You’re Missing Your Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Water Quality Standard
When considering a purified water system, the first thing you’ll need to decide is how to pay for it: Will you lease or buy it? While many people might initially lean towards purchasing, consider four benefits of leasing before making your decision. Continue reading 4 Benefits of Leasing Your Purified Water System Instead of Buying It
Could your business benefit from filtering its water through a Reverse Osmosis system? You’d be surprised at how varied a system’s application is. Installing a reverse osmosis water filter can help at least four different industries provide higher-quality products and/or services. Continue reading Could Your Business Benefit From a Reverse Osmosis Water Filter?
Medical manufacturers have a plethora of water quality concerns. With those concerns generally comes a hardy set of questions. Among them, five seem to pop up again and again. Continue reading 5 Water Quality Issues That Frustrate Medical Manufacturers
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
Even with the correct purification systems, your laboratory’s water quality could be in danger of slipping. Here are three lesser known issues that threaten your lab’s water treatment system quality and efficiency. Continue reading 3 Little Known Threats to Your Lab’s Water Treatment System
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