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Demineralization is the process of removing mineral salts and impurities from water, which leads to obtaining high purity water. This process is often performed in laboratories, industrial facilities, manufacturing processes and other applications where water with a minimum content of mineral salts and impurities is required.

There are two main ways to demineralize water:

Osmosis and reverse osmosis: These technologies use membrane filtration systems to remove salts and impurities from water. Osmosis allows solutes to pass through a semi-permeable membrane, while reverse osmosis uses pressure to redirect water through the membrane and separate salts and impurities.

Ionex: This process uses ionex resins that selectively capture the ions of mineral salts in the water. The resins contain ion exchange and replace the ions of the mineral salts with the ions in the resins, resulting in the removal of salts from the water.

Benefits of demineralization include:

Water purity: Demineralized water has an extremely low content of mineral salts and impurities, which makes it suitable for various applications where clean water is required.

Prevention of deposits: Demineralization helps to prevent the formation of deposits in various systems such as boilers, coolers or water pipes, which reduces the risk of corrosion and turbidity.

Product quality: In an industrial environment, demineralized water can improve the quality of products and processes where water is used as a raw material.

Protection of technical equipment: Demineralization protects technical equipment from deposits and corrosion, which can extend their life and improve their performance.

Reducing the risk of contamination: Demineralization helps remove mineral salts and impurities that could contaminate products or processes.

Demineralization is an important process for ensuring high-quality water in several industries and applications.

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