Lanlang ® TC113FGD-F
Food Grade fine mesh macroporous weak acid cation ion exchange resin
Used for softening, dealkalizing potable water and water for foods and beverages.
Water softening, dealkalizing for potable water, foods and beverages
Polymer matrix structure:
Fine mesh macroporous acrylic crosslinked with divinylbenzene (DVB)
Light yellow, opaque, spherical beads
Ionic form as shipped:
A member of a class of very small, highly crosslinked polymer particles penetrated by channels through which solutions can flow; used as ion exchanger. Also known as macroreticular resin.
The majority of resins used today have a styrene-divinylbenzene copolymer bead structure. The other important resin bead structure for water treatment resins is the acrylic resin structure. These structures give the different resins different properties for use. The operating properties for acrylic resins are different from those of an equivalent styrene-divinylbenzene resin. Another difference in resin structure is the difference between gel and macroporous types. Gel resins generally can be characterized as having smaller pores (approx. 1 to 2 nm, hydrated) in the resin structure, higher initial exchange capacity and a lower price than macroporous resins of the same type. But macroporous resins are usually considered for their ability to elute foulants more effectively due to the larger pore structure (approx. 20 to 100 nm, hydrated) and can often stand up better in harsher operating environments.
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