Electro Deionization

Electro Deionization (EDI) is a continuous membrane process in which a DC electric field is used to remove ions and polar species from an aqueous stream.

Electo Deionization (ED) Process

Electro deionization (EDI) is a continuous membrane process in which a DC electric field is used to remove ions and polar species from an aqueous stream. EDI is used with reverse osmosis (RO) to replace ion exchange resin mixed beds (MBDI), which require onsite or offsite chemical regeneration. EDI uses no chemicals and generates no hazardous waste.

Our EDI systems are designed to feed with permeate from an RO system and produce 16-18 meg-ohm ultra-pure water suitable for most electronics, semi-conductor, and pharmaceutical applications. Our EDI systems offer a compact, modular, and reliable solution for production of ultra-pure water. 

electro deionization systems

Other Water Treatment Systems

ultrafiltration systems

Pre-Treatment Systems

We offer pre-treatment systems as preliminary filtration stage for our membrane systems or for stand-alone applications.

ultrafiltration systems

Ultrafiltration Systems

We offer ultrafiltration systems (UF) to remove suspended solids from the feed water.

reverse osmosis systems

Reverse Osmosis Systems

Reverse osmosis is capable of removing particles down to 0.0001 micron when used for commercial water treatment.

electro deionization systems

Electro Deionization Systems

A continuous membrane process in which a DC electric field is used to remove ions and polar species from an aqueous stream.

chemical dosing systems

Chemical Dosing Systems

We offer chemical dosing equipment as options to our water treatment systems or as stand-alone units.

nonofitration systems

Nanofiltration Systems

Nanofiltration is often used to filter water with low amounts of total dissolved solids, to remove organic matter and soften water.