Rapid Flow Two Bed DM Plants Auto
We are the manufacturers and exporters of Rapid Flow Two Bed DM Plants Auto. The latest Nishu Enterprise SuperFlow Two Bed DM Plants Auto comprises a family of automatic twin-bed deionisers, incorporating state-of-the-art counter flow ion exchange technology.
The operational cycle of these rapid-regeneration, packaged units is controlled by volume throughput, which is pre-programmed into the PC according to the type of feed water. The ion exchange resins are never fully exhausted ensuring optimum deionized water production at all times.
Regeneration takes just 30 minutes after a minimum service cycle of two hours minimizing the need for both standby plant and the storage of large volumes of water. As regeneration of the cation and anion beds is simultaneous, the effluent streams are largely self-neutralizing, reducing waste disposal costs and environmental impact.
The System is exceptionally compact, and is skid mounted on a corrosion-resistant frame which also accommodates a stainless steel multipurpose pump. In addition to optimizing the performance of the plant during service and regeneration, the pump provides a number of recirculation options to maintain the high quality of the water in the treated water tank.
- Instantaneous flow rates up to 20 m3/h
- provide up to 400 m3/day on a feed water of 100 ppm total anion feed.
- Average resistivity of purified water is 0.5 mS/cm, with low running costs.
- High chemical efficiency - high purified water output from low regenerate chemical usage.
- Smaller footprint and higher flow rates than conventional plant.
- 30 minute regeneration time.
- Reduced outage time can often eliminate the need for duplex plant.
- Near neutral effluent reduces disposal costs.
- Stainless steel process pump fitted as standard
- Automatic control by PLC
- Message display provides continuous read out of system status
- Flow display provides information on flow rates, throughput and number of regenerations.
- Audible alarm and 'no flow' alarm circuit
- Can be connected to level sensors in chemical tanks to prevent regeneration when insufficient chemicals are available.
- Minimal installation and commissioning costs.