Demineralised water is exactly what it sounds like – it's water that has had all of the mineral impurities removed. There are several different methods that can be used to remove various minerals from water, including distillation, certain backwashing filters, and reverse osmosis (RO), but not all of these methods remove all minerals.
Although DI is a common method for demineralizing water, there is actually a difference between demineralized water vs. deionized water. Deionized water has been passed through two special types of ion-exchange resins – cation and anion – which attract positive and negative ions, respectively. Minerals that are dissolved in water (and thus cannot easily be filtered out), typically are in the form of ions, which means that they have a positive or negative charge. The anion and cation resins attract those charged particles, pulling them out of the water and exchanging them for OH- and H+ ions. When OH- and H+ are combined, they make H2O or water. We provide ion exchange resin waste as well as electrodeionisation.
We take the difficulty out of large-scale reverse osmosis plants with containerized water treatment systems. By choosing pre-designed, module-sized plants, fully assembled in standard 20-ft and 40-ft containers with the option for a 10-ft as well, the complexity and construction of building water purification systems are no longer necessary. Containerized water treatment systems are shipped out to wherever you need. With a brief training session, commissioned workers are ready to monitor the systems to produce high-quality potable water within days of delivery.
The plant will include:
Interconnecting piping between components and systems
Cabling and wiring of instrumentation inside the container to main control cabinet
Operation and Maintenance manuals
General Arrangement 3D/2D CAD drawings
Advanced Watertek is a leading supplier of bespoke skid-mounted water treatment solutions for brackish water.
As one of the Middle Easts’ leading manufacturers of custom-engineered water treatment systems, Advanced Watertek has an excellent track record of supplying skid-mounted water treatment systems for the treatment of various different water types, so you know you’re in good hands.
Drawing upon in-depth understanding and knowledge of the wide range of water treatment processes, Advanced Watertek experts are able to work closely with clients to ascertain critical project parameters including contaminants to be removed, water throughput, serviceability requirements and installation space restrictions.