Principal Applications

  • Organic Scavenger
  • Organics Removal
  • TOC/Tannin removal


  • Excellent removal of organic matter
  • Efficient regeneration
  • Good resistance to organic fouling

Regulatory Approvals

  • IFANCA Halal Certified
  • Kosher Certified
  • Certified by the WQA to NSF/ANSI-61 Standard

Typical Packaging

  • 1 ft³ Sack
  • 25 L Sack
  • 5 ft³ Drum (Fiber)
  • 1 m³ Supersack
  • 42 ft³ Supersack

Typical Physical & Chemical Characteristics:

Polymer Structure Macroporous polyacrylic crosslinked with divinylbenzene
Appearance Spherical Beads
Functional Group Quaternary Ammonium
Ionic Form Cl- form
Total Capacity (min.) 0.8 eq/L (17.5 Kgr/ft³) (Cl- form)
Moisture Retention 66 - 72 % (Cl- form)
Particle Size Range 300 - 1200 µm
Uniformity Coefficient (max.) 1.7
Volume Change Cl- → OH- (max.) 30 %
Specific Gravity 1.08
Shipping Weight (approx.) 680 - 730 g/L (42.5 - 45.6 lb/ft³)
Temperature Limit 80 °C (176.0 °F) (Cl- form)

Hydraulic Characteristics


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