Ion exchange is the reversible interchange of ions between a solid (the ion exchange resin) and a liquid.
Since they act as "chemical sponges", ion exchange resins are ideally suited for effective removal of contaminants from water and other liquids. This technology offers a number of advantages in industrial water demineralization and softening, wastewater recycling and other water treatment processes-including high water recovery, low volume of waste and operational flexibility. Ion exchange resins are also used in a variety of specialized applications such as chemical processing, pharmaceuticals, mining, and food and beverage processing. DOWEX™ and AMBERJET™ are among the world's leading brands of ion exchange resin technology, backed by Dow's more than 60 years of experience in this area.
Dow Amberjet resins have uniform resin bead sizes, which means they exhibit better flow, operational and regeneration characteristics than conventional screened resins.
Filtration Technology are the New Zealand licensee's for the Dow AMBERPACK™ process.
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DOW Ion Exchange Resins