Natural water sources used for water treatment contains various organic and inorganic compounds. Surface waters are commonly contaminated with natural organic matter, which requires removal to minimize its negative impacts on water quality and water treatment processes. NOM removal from water is important e.g. due to lowering the risk of disinfection by-product formation during chlorination. Ion exchange with the use of synthetic ion-exchange resins is an alternative process to typical removal approach (e.g. coagulation, adsorption or oxidation) as most NOM compounds have anionic character.
Now I will introduce Lanlang organic removal resin to you.
Lanlang ® TA201D Is a premium grade macroporous type I strong base anion exchange resin with polystyrene matrix and quaternary amine (Trimethylamine) function group in standard Gaussian size distribution. Its macroporous structure makes it can adsorb soluble organic molecules and can resist to osmotic & mechanical shock and oxidation. TA201D in chloride form could remove both strong and weak acid radicals such as sulfate, nitrate, arsenate, chromate and silicate to extreme low concentration level. Combining with strong acid cation exchange resin (in hydrogen form), TA201D in hydroxide form can be used in all types of demineralization system especially be suited for high flow rate and high temperature polishing.
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