Ion Exchange Resin
Our company is a deionization/resin regeneration business. Nationwide DI Water Solutions recycles and regenerates resin for companies who have a need for pure water. Resin is placed into DI Cells, bags, drums, or totes and shipped to your company. As the resin is used and is depleted of its pure quality, it is returned to Nationwide for regeneration. Companies that regenerate their resin repeatedly versus purchasing virgin resin each time can save thousands of dollars in the long run. Recycling resin also saves on the waste of using resin once and throwing it out, making our environment safer and cleaner.
We have two separate 60 cubic foot regeneration plants within our building. One plant is used for potable (#1) resin regeneration and the second, is used strictly for machine grade (#2) resin.
Both types of resin become exhausted and need regeneration companies such as Nationwide DI Water Solutions to regenerate the resin and return it back to them.
Industries and businesses that might need high purity water include:
- Hard Drive (Electronics) Manufacturers (Water Cooling Systems)
- Waste Incinerators
- Bottled Water, Breweries, and Distilleries
- Food Processing Plants
- Hospitals and Institutions
- Laundry Facilities
- Chemical Plants
- Cosmetic and Pharmeceutical
- Semiconductor Plants
- Textile Plants
- Medical Clinics
- Medical Labs
- Dental Labs
- Power Plants
- Companies who use "polishing" processes
- Oil Refineries
- Thermal Power Stations
- Dairy Process
- Ink Manufacturing Systems
- Bio-Fuel Production
How does regeneration work?
Think of regeneration as a mass transfer event. When exhausted, softening resin holds a finite mass of hardness ions. This mass is the resin's capacity in grains of hardness — standard softening resin commonly has a published maximum capacity of 32,000 grains. To clear the resin of the hardness ions, the regeneration cycle flushes the resin beads with a volume of saline solution. This solution must be of adequate strength to drive the ion exchange reverse reaction. Once the exchange is complete, the resin bed is in equilibrium. At this point, the resin bed contains a volume of unused sodium chloride brine that rinses to drain.
Why Water Cooling?
Air cooling has become less and less effective in cooling as the hottest parts in computers, especially CPUs and graphic cards, have become more and more power demanding. As a result, watercooling has become more and more popular, especially among computer enthusiasts. In the last 3 years, when the power consumption of main computer parts has jumped so dramatically, the air cooling emitting sound has become unbearable. This is the main reason why the popularity of water cooling has grown so fast and will continue to grow.
The main advantages of water cooling are much better cooling performance and low noise emission. With water cooling, the temperatures can be reduced up to 2 times, and the PC can become soundless. These are the reasons for PC users to go for water cooling.