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Ion Exchange Additional free information on any of these items can be obtained by circling the appropri- ate number on the reader information card. ION EXCHANGE SYSTEM Kinetic0 Inc., Newbury, Ohio; www.kinetico.com The new Kinetic0 Complete Ion Exchange (CIX) Series is engineered as a comprehensive package for cost-effective water purification. CM systems are used for closed-loop water recycling and the removal of selected metals from waste streams. Systems are available in 5, lo-, and 20-gpm sizes and are prepiped, wired, and mounted on a stainless steel skid. Small in size, but big in performance, CM systems include many features that are usually found only on larger, more expensive systems. Circle 151 on reader information card ACID BATH RECYCLING SYSTEMS Therma-Don-X Inc., Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; www.therma-tron-x.com Dumping of spent acid solutions is virtually eliminat- ed with an Acid Bath Recycling System from TTX. The equipment removes dissolved metal contami- nants from solutions through an ion exchange process while simultaneously rejuvenating the acid content of the bath. The system can greatly prolong the opera- tional life of steel pickling stages, aluminum etching, and anodizing tanks and chrome plating baths. It reduces dragout to succeeding tanks while minimiz- ing both chemical and waste treatment costs. Circle 152 on reader information card DEPTH CARTRIDGE FILTER TECHNOLOGY GE Osmonics, Minnetonka, Minn.; www.zplextechnology.com GE Osmonics’ new filter technology, developed for manufacturing polypropylene melt blown, depth car- tridge filters, allows end users to reduce fluid processing costs and increase operating efficiency. The tech- nology, called Z.Plex, produces filters with up to 100% greater filter life and dirt-holding capacity than con- ventional melt blown depth filters at equivalent competitive efficiencies. The cost savings come largely from the ability to use fewer filters to fulfill the same processing needs due to the significantly improved filter performance. In addition to longer filter life, filters produced with Z.Plex technology decrease pressure drop 1 by up to 50%, which saves energy costs. The new technology enables end users to reduce costs of filter change-outs, equipment downtime, and waste hauling and disposal. In order to produce filters with sub- , stantially improved dirt-holding capacity, Z.Plex technology was engineered to produce greater void volume than current melt blown filter technology. More void volume means more space to trap dirt particles, which leads to longer filter life and cost savings. At this time, GE Osmonics is offering two versions of filters pro- 1duced with Z.Plex technology: the ROsave.Zs filter for reverse osmosis pretreatment applications and the WellPro.Zs filter for deep well protection applications. Circle 153 on reader information card .I~dv/Auoust 2003 45
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Ion Exchange Additional free information on any of these items can be obtained by circling the appropri- ate number on the reader information card.

ION EXCHANGE SYSTEM Kinetic0 Inc., Newbury, Ohio; www.kinetico.com The new Kinetic0 Complete Ion Exchange (CIX) Series is engineered as a comprehensive package for cost-effective water purification. CM systems are used for closed-loop water recycling and the removal of selected metals from waste streams. Systems are available in 5, lo-, and 20-gpm sizes and are prepiped, wired, and mounted on a stainless steel skid. Small in size, but big in performance, CM systems include many features that are usually found only on larger, more expensive systems.

Circle 151 on reader information card

ACID BATH RECYCLING SYSTEMS Therma-Don-X Inc., Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; www.therma-tron-x.com Dumping of spent acid solutions is virtually eliminat- ed with an Acid Bath Recycling System from TTX. The equipment removes dissolved metal contami- nants from solutions through an ion exchange process while simultaneously rejuvenating the acid content of the bath. The system can greatly prolong the opera- tional life of steel pickling stages, aluminum etching, and anodizing tanks and chrome plating baths. It reduces dragout to succeeding tanks while minimiz- ing both chemical and waste treatment costs.

Circle 152 on reader information card

DEPTH CARTRIDGE FILTER TECHNOLOGY GE Osmonics, Minnetonka, Minn.; www.zplextechnology.com GE Osmonics’ new filter technology, developed for manufacturing polypropylene melt blown, depth car- tridge filters, allows end users to reduce fluid processing costs and increase operating efficiency. The tech- nology, called Z.Plex, produces filters with up to 100% greater filter life and dirt-holding capacity than con- ventional melt blown depth filters at equivalent competitive efficiencies. The cost savings come largely from the ability to use fewer filters to fulfill the same processing needs due to the significantly improved filter performance. In addition to longer filter life, filters produced with Z.Plex technology decrease pressure drop

1 by up to 50%, which saves energy costs. The new technology enables end users to reduce costs of filter change-outs, equipment downtime, and waste hauling and disposal. In order to produce filters with sub-

, stantially improved dirt-holding capacity, Z.Plex technology was engineered to produce greater void volume than current melt blown filter technology. More void volume means more space to trap dirt particles, which leads to longer filter life and cost savings. At this time, GE Osmonics is offering two versions of filters pro-

1 duced with Z.Plex technology: the ROsave.Zs filter for reverse osmosis pretreatment applications and the WellPro.Zs filter for deep well protection applications.

Circle 153 on reader information card

.I~dv/Auoust 2003 45

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