Naturally occurring organics such as tannic, humic, and fulvic acids, when chlorinated, can lead to high levels of toxic chlorinated organic compounds. These organics also contribute to aesthetically undesirable drinking water by causing high levels of color, odor and unpleasant taste.
ResinTech provides a variety of anion exchange resins for the removal of naturally occurring organics from water. These resins are designed specifically to provide rapid efficient exchange for large organic ions both in the removal process and during regeneration.
Removal of naturally occurring organics results in finished water with less color and odor, making the water more amenable to chlorination.
As with other products intended for drinking water, ResinTech’s organic removal resins are all WQA Gold Seal certified to the ANSI/NSF 61 standard for drinking water. They are available in a variety of ionic forms and can be specially treated to prevent low pH and high chloride leakage when first placed into service.
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|Unique very high porosity type I strong base resin with least possible chloride increase and low amine leaching.|
|SBACR-HP||Super high capacity acrylic strong base anion resin for highest possible operating capacity and lowest possible leakage.|
|SBACR-MP-HP||Macroporous acrylic anion resin for low fouling in highly colored waters.|
|SBMP1||Macroporous type I high porosity anion resin for best physical and chemical strength.|