Did You Know....Ion Exchange Helps Make Electronic Devices Work Flawlessly?
The electronics industry creates technology from cell phones to the heart monitors, and these systems rely on high-quality microchips to operate. Within manufacturing, water is used to rinse the microchips. However, water contains salt impurities that carry electrical currents and if the water is not treated to remove these salts, then our favorite technology devices can be compromised.
Resins are used to make extremely high purity water used for rinsing of the microchips during the production process. Purolite’s UltraCleanTM line of semiconductor-grade resins provides water of the highest resistivity and purity - removing sodium, calcium, boron, silica and other contaminants that can otherwise compromise the quality of the finished product.