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NEWater: Industrial Demineralization System Manufacturer
NEWater has more than 16 years of experience in industrial demineralization system technologies. Through our state-of-the-art equipment, we can lower the cost of your industrial demineralization system while expanding the products’ quality. Here in NEWater, we can provide the best quality industrial demineralization system for you. Get in touch with us to get more information and consult our engineers for a free quote. Our expert engineers will help and guide you through every step of the process. We can NEWater can give you the best solution based on your needs.
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Your Industrial DM System Company
Here at NEWater, we design, build and supply turnkey and customized water treatment and water purification systems, including our industrial demineralization systems. We use high-quality resins and membranes to ensure that water is effectively deionized, hardness is removed and that water is made safely portable and reusable.
NEWater has multiple test bases, environmental research institutions, and post-doctoral workstations, all of which contribute to our mission to reduce wastewater discharge and water waste, while also recycling water resources. And it is in our pursuit to reach this goal, we have made a great degree of innovations, and development allowing us to receive various certifications, recognition, and patents.
How NEWater Industrial Demineralized System Works
NEWater’s Industrial demineralized system focuses on the removal of essentially all inorganic salts by ion exchange. Two small polystyrene bead-filled (ion exchange resin) beds filter the raw water. Highly acidic cationic resins in the form of hydrogen convert dissolved salts to acids, while strongly alkaline anionic resins in the form of hydroxide remove these acids in this process.
Ion exchange, degassing, and polishing processes are used with our DM water systems to provide mineral-free water. In the steam, power, process, and cooling industries, our industrial demineralized system offers a wide range of applications.
NEWater Industrial Demineralized System Parts
- Raw Water Pump- Pressure is applied to the quartz sand filter, active carbon filter, and softener.
- Multi-Medium Filter- Remove turbidity, suspended particles, organic matter, colloid, and other contaminants.
- Active Carbon Filter- Color, odor, free chloride, organic matter, hazardous matter, and other contaminants removed.
- Security Filter- Large particles, germs, and viruses are prevented from entering the RO membrane, with a precision of 5um.
- High Pressure Pump- Provide the RO membrane a lot of pressure.
- RO System- The desalting rate of the RO membrane can approach 99 percent, eliminating over 99% of ions.
NEWater Industrial Demineralized System Features
- Corrosion resistant resin and brine tank construction.
- Timer-based automatic regeneration
- High quality DM resin provides stability and uniform size for top performance and long life
- Simple in line configuration for ease of installation and maintenance
- Can run and produce water indefinitely, and is fully automated.
- The high-pressure pump is protected by a low-pressure switch against harm caused by water supply interruptions.
- A production water conductivity meter continuously analyzes water quality online
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NEWater Mission：Bring New Life for Water
NEWater has an independent large-scale production workshop, which is convenient for the control and supervision of product production quality. Strictly abide by production standards and provide detailed guarantees for all projects.
NEWater establishes SOP standardized operation process and strictly implements the work process. The professional project installation team, implement 5S on-site management. Equipped with standard safety facilities, investigating access conditions, and short construction time.
The safe transportation process does not have to worry about product damage and extends the construction period. NEWater has provided system equipment to thousands of companies around the world, which guarantees absolute product transportation.
NEWater – Your Premier Industrial Demineralization System Solution Provider
NEWater is a professional manufacturer that specializes in providing customers with the best water treatment solutions. We are recognized as the most trusted manufacturer in China. We offer industrial demineralization system solutions to customers around the world.
NEWater industrial demineralization system is widely used for removing dissolved solids from the waste stream, process, and water feeder. These are typically done with reverse osmosis or ion exchange. Depending on your needs, NEWater industrial demineralization system offers total removal of any ionic mineral contaminants.
Our industrial demineralization systems can be designed depending on your requirements. Our industrial demineralization systems can offer you two configurations such as twin-bed ion exchangers and mixed-bed ion exchangers.
NEWater manufactures industrial demineralization systems that are widely used for treating water contaminants like iron, magnesium, chloride, sulfates, and more. You can assure that NEWater industrial demineralization systems can meet your needs.
Aside from that, NEWater industrial demineralization system can provide highly purified water for high-pressure boilers, food and beverage industries, process streams for electronic manufacture, and other applications.
NEWater engineers can design an industrial demineralization system based on your composition and water condition to be treated. Thus, we manufacture an industrial demineralization system that features components like multiple IX columns, a regenerate dosing system, chemical feed storage tanks, IX resin, and PLC-controlled valves and piping.
NEWater will provide you industrial demineralization system to meet every application based on level of purity requirements, chemical feed needs, feed water variability, ion leakage tolerance, system footprint, and more.
Advantages of NEWater Industrial Demineralization System
- A wide range of custom and standard models
- Rugged design and improved aesthetics
- Single valve assembly and simplified frontal piping to provide easy distribution
- Easy to install and maintain
- Designed with clearly marked valve operating step to reduce operating error
- A user-friendly and simple collection system
- High corrosion resistance, low power consumption, durable, economical, and long-lasting
- Equipped with side-mounted and top-mounted multiport valves for high-pressure rating PVC piping
Our industrial demineralization system is widely used in boilers feed water, swimming pools, fertilizers, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, automobiles, breweries, textiles, hospitals, potable waters, batteries, and more applications.
The Ultimate FAQ for Industrial Demineralized Systems.
Sophisticated industrial processes like pharmaceutical manufacturing necessitate a unique grade of potable water. Essentially, they demand water that can adopt the parent solution’s chemistry. Process water reminiscent of the aforementioned qualities is only attainable using a demineralization/ deionization water system.
For ages, thousands of industries have had NEWater as their go-to manufacturer/supplier of water treatment systems. The following article explicitly unravels the composition and application fields of industrial demineralized systems.
- What is Demineralized Water?
- What is Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- Which Technology is Used in Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- Which Industries Rely on Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- What are the Varying Uses of Demineralized Water?
- What are the Basic Features of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- How Much Does It Cost to Demineralize Water?
- What are the Advantages of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- What is the Production Capacity of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- Which Types of Industrial Demineralized Systems Are Used in Water Treatment?
- What is Mixed-Bed Deionization?
- Which Ion Exchange Resins Are Used in Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- Which Pretreatment Systems Are Used in Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- Can Industrial Demineralized Systems Treat all Forms of Feed Water?
- How are Demineralized Systems Used in Water Softening?
- Do Industrial Demineralized Systems Eliminate Boron?
- What Quality of Water is Generated by Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- What is the Difference Between Strong Base Anions and Weak Base Anions?
- What is the Demineralization Rate of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- Can Industrial Demineralization Units be Integrated with Reverse Osmosis Systems?
- Can You Consume Demineralized Water?
- How Much Energy is Used Up by Electrodeionization Systems?
- Who is the Best Manufacturer of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- Do You Provide Mobile Industrial Demineralization Systems?
- How Long Does It Take to Deliver Industrial Demineralization Systems?
- Which Maintenance Practices Are Needed by Industrial Demineralization Systems?
- Which Demineralizing Systems’ Custom-Repair Components Do You Manufacture?
- How Durable is the Ion Exchange Resins Used in Industrial Demineralization Systems?
- Which After-Sale Services do You Offer Buyers of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
- Do You Manufacture Other Water Deionization Systems?
➣What is Demineralized Water?
Demineralized water is simply a form of purified water characterized by its mineral/ions deficiency. It is commonly known as deionized water and is generated through an ion exchange process. Essentially, demineralized water lacks a huge chunk if not all objectionable ionic constituents. Its quality is graded by its electrical conductivity and TDS concentration which can be as low as 2 mS/m and 10 mg/l respectively.
This is a water quality highly sought after by industries and commercial entities because it minimizes the likelihood of contaminated products, laboratory results, or manufacturing processes. As a result, deionized water is referred to as “water blank” because it emulates the chemical configuration of the prevalent solution.
➣What is Industrial Demineralized Systems?
Demineralized systems are technically water deionization systems utilized to produce high purity water by swapping undesirable ionic contaminants in water with non-objectionable ions. Industrial demineralized systems are custom-built for industrial water treatment and their distinguishing attributes are high exchange capacities, enormous vessels, and high deionization scores.
These systems are principled on the ion exchange process hence their application is chiefly related to the removal of charged inorganics and organics. Deionization machines operate optimally with the aid of additional technologies such as reverse osmosis, multimedia filtration, or UV sterilization.
➣Which Technology is Used in Industrial Demineralized Systems?
To produce demineralized water, industrial deionization machines primarily exploit two technologies, ion exchange or electrodeionization. The ion exchange process makes use of positively charged and negatively IX resins to replace the charged impurities and minerals found in water with hydrogen or hydroxyl ions.
Ion exchange systems demineralize raw water using two-bed deionization, mixed-bed deionization, or a grouping of both. Two-bed deionization is essentially reliant on dual DI exchange tanks comprising distinct cationic and anionic vessels. The feed water is initially demineralized at the cation exchange resins which release hydrogen(H+) to substitute the cationic minerals and inorganics.
Subsequently, the water free of cationic elements is introduced into the anion exchange resins which discharge hydroxyl (OH-) ions to displace the anionic constituents present in the water. Mixed-bed deionization is relatively advanced and undertakes the entire deionization process in a single exchange tank. The anion and cation exchange resins are evenly blended and this elevates their efficiency in demineralizing water. Other processes exploited to generate demineralized water are:
➣Which Industries Rely on Industrial Demineralized Systems?
The ballooning of various industries in recent years has starved more industries of freshwater sources consequently forcing them to turn their attention to water treatment technologies. Additionally, the complexities of industrial processes and applications necessitate distinct forms of product water.
Demineralized/ deionized water is an in-demand solvent for most industrial products and processes hence most industries have industrial demineralized machines. Underneath, is a list of renowned industries utilizing deionizer machines:
●Water softening and wastewater treatment.
➣What are the Varying Uses of Demineralized Water?
Demineralized water is characteristically purified water and its uses transcend varying industries. It is dominantly used in laboratory and medical fields because it lacks a chemical identity and therefore does not interfere with the resulting process or product.
The absence of hardness minerals in demineralized water makes it a preferred option for boiler feedwater given it thwarts the probability of scaling and corrosion. It is also widely used in making the final rinse in car washing because it does not leave spots.
➣What are the Basic Features of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
Water demineralization systems are characteristically ion exchange systems proficient at eradicating charged constituents from water. Typically, they shrink the concentration of charged organics and inorganics in water by up to 100%.
Industrial demineralized systems make use of ion exchange, membrane filtration, and electrodeionization technologies to treat feed water. They are characterized by high exchange capacities (standard capacities of 200k-800k Grains) and service flow rates of 18-190 GPM.
They permit automatic regeneration and have a digital stager or PLC. For enhanced durability, the DI exchange tanks are manufactured from premium fiberglass or rubber-coated stainless steel.
➣How Much Does It Cost to Demineralize Water?
Water demineralization is inarguably one of the cheapest means of generating purified water. The necessary equipment is relatively affordable and durable which makes the general cost of deionizing water using an industrial demineralization system quite inexpensive. Although the production costs vary depending on the operational scale, water demineralization at small and large scales is equally cost-efficient.
The production expenses may also fluctuate depending on the feed water configuration and the integration of a pretreatment technology. For example, the operation of an RO/DI machine shrinks the cost of water demineralization to 1-3 cents per gallon. On the contrary, water demineralization using a solitary DI system costs approximately $0.50 per gallon.
➣What are the Advantages of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
The rewards reaped from using industrial demineralized systems are broad but they can be summarized by cost-efficiency and the resulting high purity water. Irrespective of the deionization process employed, industrial demineralized systems provide distinct industries with highly purified water at economical rates. Below are additional rewards garnered from the distinct applications of water demineralization systems.
- Virtually all charged pollutants are eradicated from water.
- The production process is relatively affordable.
- Their installation is easy and so is their operation.
- They automatically regenerate.
➣What is the Production Capacity of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
The production capacity of industrial demineralization systems is measured by the ingrained exchange capacity and service flow rates. Typically, we manufacture varying industrial demineralized systems with distinct exchange capacities to accommodate the varying demands for deionized water.
Customarily, NEWater’s standard demineralization systems for industrial applications produce 18-190 gallons of demineralized water per minute. The production capacity of water treatment systems is primarily measured in gallons per minute, hour, or day. Additionally, we tailor the production capacity to perfectly suit your production projections.
➣Which Types of Industrial Demineralized Systems Are Used in Water Treatment?
Water demineralization is a process that can be attained using varying water treatment technologies. NEWater’s state-of-the-art production facilities permit us to manufacture standard and tailor-made industrial demineralized systems principled on the varying deionization processes. Here is a brief description of our prominent industrial demineralized equipment.
Ion exchange demineralization water systems.
These are deionization systems reliant on the chemical ion exchange process that entails the replacement of objectionable ionic contaminants with desirable ions (hydrogen and hydroxyl ions). They are chiefly divided into;
- Two-bed demineralization systems.
- Mixed-bed demineralization systems.
Electrodeionization water systems.
EDI systems are water demineralization plants dependent on electricity, IX membranes, and resins to eradicate discharged inorganics and organics. These systems are eco-friendly given they do not depend on chemicals. Their proficiency is unrivaled hence they are mainly utilized as polishing systems.
➣What is Mixed-Bed Deionization?
Mixed-bed deionization is an ion exchange technology carried out in a single deionization water tank consisting of a blend of anion and cation exchange resins. This intimate combination facilitates the optimal deionization of feed water resulting in high-purity water.
Typically, mixed-bed deionization systems are exploited to polish deionized water from two-bed deionization systems. Essentially, they eradicate both cationic and anionic pollutants hence their prevalent use in industrial water purification applications. Here is a video to elevate your understanding of mixed-bed demineralization.
➣Which Ion Exchange Resins Are Used in Industrial Demineralized Systems?
Ion exchange resins are insoluble matrixes made of organic polymers that provide the medium for ion exchange. Industrial demineralization systems primarily utilize cation exchange resins or anion exchange resins. Complex applications deploy advanced mixed-bed exchange resins which are essentially an even blend of anion and cation exchange resins.
Cation exchange resins.
These are ion exchange resins reminiscent of desirable positive ions such as hydrogen(H+) ions. They are responsible for eradicating cationic pollutants and consequently replacing them with H+. They are further categorized as either:
- Strong acid cation exchange resins.
- Weak acid cation exchange resins.
Anion exchange resins.
Characteristically, anion IX resins are negatively charged hydroxyl (OH-) which swaps the objectionable anionic elements for OH- ions. They are mainly classified as either:
- Strong base anion exchange resins.
- Weak base anion exchange.
➣Which Pretreatment Systems Are Used in Industrial Demineralized Systems?
Certain impurities found in feed water are potential threats to the sustained optimum functioning of industrial demineralized systems. To avert these limitations a proactive approach involving the integration of pretreatment units is deployed. Varying pretreatment technologies and systems can be integrated depending on the composition of the imminent raw water.
Multi-media filters and pressure sand filters for instance are deployed to precondition feed water destined for deionization by lessening turbidity and suspended solids. Beneath are effective and commonly employed pretreatment technologies in industrial demineralization systems.
●Reverse osmosis systems.
●Membrane filtration processes.
➣Can Industrial Demineralized Systems Treat all Forms of Feed Water?
Yes. Charged waterborne contaminants are synonymous with all forms of feed water. Industrial demineralized systems are frequently deployed to selectively target and eliminate cationic impurities from varying sources of feed water.
Their deployment in varying feed waters is not necessarily similar given that they can be used to pretreat, demineralize, or post-treat feed water. Here are the principal feed water sources convertible into product water thanks to industrial demineralization systems.
●Wastewater and well water.
➣How are Demineralized Systems Used in Water Softening?
Water hardness is an undesirable attribute instigated by the excessive presence of calcium (Ca2+) and magnesium (Mg2+) ions in water. The excessive manifestation of these hardness minerals in water (61-180 mg/L) inhibits its application in varying projects due to scaling.
Demineralized systems remove vast amounts of charged constituents including calcium and magnesium ions which are mainly positively charged. The majority of water softener systems consequently exploit ion exchange processes to get rid of the hardness ions. The resulting softened water characteristically has a calcium bicarbonate concentration of 0-60 mg/L.
➣Do Industrial Demineralized Systems Eliminate Boron?
The excessive manifestation of boron in water is considered volatile and harmful to plants, animals, and human beings. Boron is primarily found in seawater, surface water, and well water. Its presence in water is chiefly as borate ions which luckily are eradicated by the ion exchange process.
Reverse osmosis systems are practically challenged when it comes to boron removal hence the frequent employment of ion exchange to nullify boron levels in feed water. Industrial deionization systems lower the boron levels to <0.5mg/, which is the conventionally accepted limit for drinking water.
➣What Quality of Water is Generated by Industrial Demineralized Systems?
Demineralized water is simply types II water commonly classified as purified water. The classification of deionized water as type II water is mainly attributed to its comparatively high resistivity. Typical demineralized water has a resistivity ranging from >1Ω-cm to 18Ω-cm.
The increase in resistivity is a reflection of higher water purity which can be attained by enforcing a polishing process. Collaborative operation of industrial demineralization systems with extra water purification systems results in the generation of ultra-pure water (type I water).
➣What is the Difference Between Strong Base Anions and Weak Base Anions?
Strong base anion exchange resins (SBA) typically eradicate all forms of anionic constituents from water. Essentially, they are capable of eliminating strong and weak acids such as sulfuric and hydrochloric acids as well as silicic acid respectively.
On the contrary, weak base anion exchange resins (WBA) only manage to eradicate anionic impurities like chloride and sulfate. They are incapable of eliminating charged inorganics such as CO2 and silica. However, they are more tolerant to aids and their regeneration is more efficient in comparison to strong base anions.
➣What is the Demineralization Rate of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
Industrial demineralized water treatment systems impressively eradicate virtually all forms of charged impurities from raw water. Their deionization rate typically ranges from 98%-100% with polishing processes accounting for the higher deionization scores.
Of the two commonly utilized ion exchange demineralization processes, mixed-bed deionization is the more effective one. However, electrodeionization is a contemporary technology that exhibits as much productivity if not more while minimizing production costs and preserving the environment.
➣Can Industrial Demineralization Units be Integrated with Reverse Osmosis Systems?
Yes, they can. The incorporation of reverse osmosis technologies into industrial demineralization systems has proven to be a more economical and proficient mechanism of producing high purity water for industries. This technique facilitates the optimal removal of dissolved organics which trouble deionization exchange tanks as well as the comprehensive elimination of charged inorganics.
Reverse osmosis di water systems are prevalently exploited in seawater desalination, wastewater treatment, and industrial water purification to generate ultra-pure water. The two processes are essentially utilized to complement one another with RO systems being primarily used as pretreatment protocols.
➣Can You Consume Demineralized Water?
Deionized water is characteristically low-mineral content water substantially lacking vital minerals. Therein, its consumption is greatly opposed by medical experts given it has no tangible value to the human body.
The continued consumption of demineralized water could also lead to dietary deficiencies. Nonetheless, its consumption has no immediate health repercussions. People have also criticized demineralized water for being tasteless or having unpleasant tastes which is a consequence of the low mineral content.
➣How Much Energy is Used Up by Electrodeionization Systems?
Electrodeionization is considerably an advance in mixed-bed deionization technology dependent on IX membranes, resins, and electrical energy. The resins tasked with emitting desirable charges to substitute the objectionable ionic pollutants are initiated by DC power rather than chemical regenerants.
As such, power is needed to launch the electrodeionization process. Nonetheless, the energy consumption is inarguably economical with most EDI water systems averaging 0.35–0.66 kWh/m3. The variations in power consumption are chiefly attributed to the variation in feed water composition and concentration.
➣Who is the Best Manufacturer of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
Grading manufacturers of industrial demineralized systems is a puzzling affair that does not only dwell on the quality of products but also encompasses the accompanying customer service. NEWater is an all-inclusive manufacturer of water demineralization equipment that has stood the test of time, quality, and customer gratification.
We have been at the forefront of water treatment systems manufacturing for the past 2 decades and our artistry in developing demineralized water systems has been mastered for over 16 years. Our industrial deionization machines are primarily tailored to gratify the specifics of your imminent application. Place your order or learn more about our diverse demineralization equipment by calling or emailing us at email@example.com.
➣Do You Provide Mobile Industrial Demineralization Systems?
NEWater’s array of portable demineralization systems entail skid-mounted and railed structures. We primarily manufacture and preassemble our industrial demineralization systems to facilitate easier mobility, installation, and operation.
The majority of our mobile industrial demineralization systems are manufactured upon order placement and incorporate your stipulated requirements. Their deionization rates are equally as high as those of centralized systems and they are available in distinct sizes, exchange capacities and can treat different sources of feed water.
➣How Long Does It Take to Deliver Industrial Demineralization Systems?
At NEWater, every purchase of a water treatment system or product is entitled to doorstep delivery. Our past clients showed great appreciation of our global delivery services and we are continually striving to increase our routes, lower the shipment fees and reduce our turn-around time. Presently, our clients based in over 200 countries have the liberty to utilize our delivery services.
We frequently utilize varying shipment modes and the selected mode is chiefly informed by the delivery location, equipment size, and urgency of need. Customarily, we deliver comparatively small demineralization water systems in 3-7 days and seemingly huge industrial DI systems in 2-3 months.
➣Which Maintenance Practices Are Needed by Industrial Demineralization Systems?
Maintenance is a mandatory and periodic practice that must be appropriately undertaken to facilitate the optimum performance of your industrial demineralized system. The maintenance practices needed vary from general maintenance to cleaning and regeneration of the IX resins.
Looking after your industrial demineralization system begins with deploying a befitting pretreatment system. This mitigates the premature destruction of the ion exchange resins and augments the quality of the product water derived. For exhaustive information on maintenance practices for your water treatment system, kindly contact our engineers.
➣Which Demineralizing Systems’ Custom-Repair Components Do You Manufacture?
Our extensive line of water treatment solutions encompasses custom spare components for water demineralization systems. Using NEWater’s advanced manufacturing facilities, contemporary innovations, and industry-leading expertise, we manufacture superior repair parts feasible with virtually all industrial demineralized systems.
We produce and supply ion exchange resins, pressure valves, DI exchange tanks, and other related components. Moreover, all our operations are customer-centered hence our prices are conveniently affordable. Place your order today and enjoy exclusive discounts on top-notch repair components for industrial demineralized systems.
➣How Durable is the Ion Exchange Resins Used in Industrial Demineralization Systems?
The lifespans of ion exchange resins are subjective and chiefly reliant on numerous dynamics. Nonetheless, first-rate ion exchange resins sustain high-level performances for 5-10 years before obligating replacements.
To attain the optimum life expectancy of ion exchange resins, ample regeneration and periodic maintenance are mandated. Additionally, other components of industrial demineralization systems like pressure (made of stainless steel or fiberglass) are equally durable.
➣Which After-Sale Services do You Offer Buyers of Industrial Demineralized Systems?
NEWater’s distinct presale and after-sale services are chiefly applicable to all our water treatment products. Ordering your industrial demineralized system from NEWater activates a plethora of after-sale services. The primary reason behind our elaborate after-sale services is to elevate your shopping experience. Underneath is a checklist of exemplary services you will receive after sourcing your industrial demineralization system from NEWater.
- One-year warranty.
- Door-to-door delivery.
- 24/7 customer support and technical advisory.
- On-site installation.
➣Do You Manufacture Other Water Deionization Systems?
Your search for water deionization equipment is guaranteed to come to an end once you seek the help of NEWater. We are a leading manufacturer of water deionizer systems and other treatment equipment with experience spanning over 16 years.
Our broad line water deionization systems cater for industrial, commercial, and personal water treatment applications. We manufacture standard DI systems as well as custom-built systems to broaden our market reach. Beneath is a preview of our distinct water deionization systems.
- Electrodeionization water treatment systems.
- Membrane filtration systems.
- Electrodialysis water treatment system.
- Commercial water deionization systems.
NEWater offers a state-of-the-art industrial demineralization system that is manufactured using advanced technological processes. We manufacture based on our expertise and innovation. Guaranteed that NEWater can provide you with a total solution based on your needs.
NEWater industrial demineralization system is highly demanded and popular in the market because of its quality, high performance, energy-saving, and efficiency. Whether you need an industrial demineralization system for your business or project, choose NEWater as your no.1 source!
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