DM Plant

What is Demineralizer?

A demineralizer is a system, which uses ion exchange chemical process to remove dissolved ionic compounds (salts) from water. It is also known as Deionized Water System, Demineralizer or DM Plant. A typical Demineralization Plant (DM Plant) consists of two vessels. The feed water or raw water is passed through first vessel i.e. containing strong base cation resin in the form of Hydrogen (H+), whereupon all the positively charged ions (sodium, calcium, iron and copper etc.) are exchanged for Hydrogen ions; after that, the water further passed through another vessel containing strong base anion resin in the form of Hyudroxyl (OH-), whereupon all the negatively charged ions (chloride, sulphate, nitrate, etc) are exchanged for hydroxide ions which then combine with the hydrogen ions to form water.

Types of Demineralizers
*  Two Bed Demineralizer
*  Mixed Bed Demineralizer Demineralizer Configurations

*  Portable water demineralizer
*  Packaged DM Water Plant
*  Custom Built DM Plant

Demineralizer Applications :

  • Food / Beverage processing
  • Horticulture / Greenhouse
  • Electronics Manufacturing
  • Hospitals / Medical facilities
  • Film processing
  • Chemical Processing
  • Boiler feed
  • Ice plants
  • Chemical Processing

DM Plant Specifications

Flow rates Up to 10000lph
Configuration Dual Bed or Mixed Bed
Vessel FRP / MS
Vessel size 8” -18” in diameter
Operation Manual or Fully and semi-automatic
Pipe Size 1’’ -2”
Optional Frp Vessel,Skid mounted unit
Installation Covered or open