Demineralization Treatment (DM) Plants

DM plant typically involves the complete removal of dissolved solids or minerals from

This water treatment plant works on the principle of ion exchange. In these plants, special ion exchange resins. There are two types of resins- one is an anion one while the other is a cation one. These former resins release hydroxyl ions which are negatively charged while the cation resins release hydrogen ions that are positively charged.

The cation-exchange resins lead to softening of water, the anion-exchange result in the removal of nitrate from wastewater and the combination of both the anion and cation exchange removes virtually every ionic contaminant present in the feed water with a process called deionization. This results in water of exceptional quality.