Principal Applications

  • Déminéralisation - Solutions sucrées
  • Procédé alimentaire et boisson
  • Déminéralisation - Gélatine

Advantages

  • Pertes de charge faibles comparées aux résines classiques
  • Faible taux d'extractibles
  • Excellente stabilité physique et chimique
  • Capacité opératoire élevée
  • Bonne performance cinétique

Regulatory Approvals

  • Certifié Kasher

Typical Packaging

  • 1 ft³ Sack
  • Sac de 25 l.
  • Füt (fibre) 5 ft³
  • 1 m³ Supersack
  • Supersac 42 ft³

Typical Physical & Chemical Characteristics:

Polymer Structure Résine gel polysterènique réticulée au divinylbenezène
Appearance Billes sphériques
Functional Group Acide sulphonique
Ionic Form Forme Na+
Capacité totale 2.05 eq/L (44.8 kgr/ft³) (Forme Na+)
Rétention d'humidité 43 - 47 % (Forme Na+)
Plage de granulométrie des billes 425 - 1200 µm
< 425 µm (max.) 2 %
Coefficient d'uniformité (max.) 1.6
Gonflement réversible, Na+ → H+ (max.) 8 %
Densité réelle 1.29
Densité apparente (approx.) 815 - 850 g/L (50.9 - 53.1 lb/ft³)
Températures limites 120 °C (248.0 °F)

Caractéristiques hydrauliques

Pressure Drop

The pressure drop across a bed of ion exchange resin depends on the particle size distribution, bed depth, and voids volume of the exchange material, as well as on the flow rate and viscosity of the influent solution. Factors affecting any of these parameters— such as the presence of particulate matter filtered out by the bed, abnormal compressibility of the resin, or the incomplete classification of the bed—will have an adverse effect, and result in an increased head loss. Depending on the quality of the influent water, the application and the design of the plant, service flow rates may vary from 10 to 40 BV/h.

Pressure Drop Across Resin Bed

Backwash

During up-flow backwash, the resin bed should be expanded in volume between 50 and 70% for at least 10 to 15 minutes. This operation will free particulate matter, clear the bed of bubbles and voids, and reclassify the resin particles ensuring minimum resistance to flow. When first putting into service, approximately 30 minutes of expansion is usually sufficient to properly classify the bed. It is important to note that bed expansion increases with flow rate and decreases with influent fluid temperature. Caution must be taken to avoid loss of resin through the top of the vessel by over expansion of the bed.

Backwash Expansion of Resin Bed