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NEWater: Professional Mixed Bed Deionizer Manufacturer
We are your ideal choice for your Mixed Bed Deionizer designers, manufacturers, and suppliers. We have highly trained professionals stationed throughout the production process, from environmental protection and construction engineers during the manufacturing process, to our technical team that manages, with great precession, on-site installation projects. Even our customer service team is trained to deal with clients in the best way possible, to ensure that all their requirements are kept track of. Send over your requirements now!
NEWater Brings for YouDiverse Mixed Bed Deionizer
Your Mixed Bed Deionizer Supplier in China
NEWater’s mixed bed deionizers are used in a variety of applications, including medical applications, biotech manufacturing, research facilities, and electronics. Because higher deionization quality is required in these areas. This includes ions of calcium, sodium, carbonate, bicarbonate, and silica. We can also provide your related accessories and filter media at the right price.
We mixed bed deionized water equipment with water quality stability, excellent water quality, water pH close to neutral, and can produce higher pure water, so widely used in electronics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, atomic energy, electricity, and other industries.
What Contaminants Can a Mixed Bed Deionizer Remove?
Mixed bed deionizers capture charged impurities, such as ionized salts, and replace them with desired ions. In fact, mixed-bed deionizers are impressively effective and can eliminate up to 100% of the ionized pollutants. The impurities that can be removed are as follows:
- Calcium (Ca2+) and Magnesium (Mg2+).
- Sodium (Na+) and Potassium (K+).
- Chloride (Cl-) and Bicarbonate (HCO3-).
- Nitrate (NO3-) and Carbonate (CO3-).
NEWater Mixed Bed Deionizer Applications
NEWater offers mixed beds, which are ion and cation exchange devices, filled with a certain ratio of ion exchange resin and cation exchange resin and mixed with resin by compressed air.
In the mixed bed system, cation and ion exchange occur simultaneously, contributing to the balance of the exchange reactor and producing higher purity water with a fast and complete reaction.
The anion exchanger used for the first pass of the composite bed can be followed by further demineralization and precision treatment of ultrapure water.
NEWater Mixed Bed Deionizer Advantages
The mixed-bed deionizer final product has a resistivity range of 16 to 18 Megohms, qualifying it for classification as high-purity water. Hybrid bed dislocators are also cheap to run and the exchange resin is durable. Here are some other benefits of utilizing mixed beds：
- Removal of a range of ionized contaminants.
- Easy installation and unsophisticated operation modules.
- Automatic regeneration.
- Adequate service flow rates.
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.
How Long does the General Production Cycle Need to Wait?
NEWater’s treatment types of equipment are divided into a large system and a small system according to the water volume. The equipment is divided into portable water-making equipment, small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container-type equipment. According to different water volumes and customer requirements, we provide customized services.
Conventional small equipment takes 3-7 days, and large equipment takes 2-3 months. This is based on your requirements and water volume.
If I Need to Customize Equipment, What Data Need to be Provided?
- As the voltage and frequency of different countries are different, we first need the local voltage and frequency of electricity.
- How many gallons the water requirement per hour is
- The water quality of the source water and what requirements need to be met
- If you need to provide on-site installation services
Does the Equipment Need to be Installed On-site?
- Portable and small equipment — This is plug and play, it doesn’t need to be provided installation services. According to our instructions, you can install by yourself.
- Small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container equipment-we will reserve the interface for docking. If there are installation workers, we will provide installation instructions and installation instructions. If necessary, we can also send someone to install it.
- How to provide installation instructions —— We have installation instructions and installation videos. If necessary, we can provide free remote software to help you with remote video installation instructions.
How to Charge for Installation Service？
- We provide free installation instructions, with instruction manuals and installation videos
- Remote video installation guidance. If it is a large piece of equipment and the customer needs to install it by himself, then we will also provide free remote installation guidance service, but we need to plan a good time, within our working hours. Our working hours are from 9 o’clock to 18 o’clock Beijing time
- We send workers to install it. This needs to be based on the size of the project. If we have been designated to install it in the early stage, the installation service abroad will belong to our scope of work, and no additional charge is required.
- If we need to send someone to install it temporarily, we need to provide different charges according to different countries, installation technical requirements, and different types of technical work. Welcome to inquire.
How to Transport the Equipment?
There are several types of transportation, sea, air, and express
- If it is a small device and requires fast speed, we can provide door-to-door service by air and express, the normal transportation cycle is 5-10 days.
- If it is skid-mounted or container equipment, it is more appropriate to use the shipping method. The normal transportation cycle is 20-40 days.
What’s Your Payment Method?
Small equipment needs payment to delivery
For skid-mounted equipment and container equipment, 50% is prepaid, 30% is charged after video inspection, and 20% is charged before shipment.
Of course, we provide you with flexible ways of cooperation. Become our agents, and have more flexible support. Welcome to contact us.
Do You Provide Maintenance Services?
- NEWater provides free installation guidance and a one-year product warranty service. During the warranty service period, if there is an equipment problem, we provide free equipment repair or replacement services. If it is a manual operation, a fee will be charged. We can provide the required equipment replacement.
- We provide life-long after-sales service. NEWater has a full set of equipment and accessories, which can be replaced. Don’t worry about the failure of after-sales and maintenance.
- During the warranty period, NEWater provides all kinds of professional technical support, and if necessary. We also provide remote video guidance services.
- After the warranty period, NEWater also provides life-long after-sales maintenance, which requires a certain amount of manual service. There are also many matching accessories that can be replaced, so there is no need to worry about the later operation of the equipment.
Do You Provide Design Services?
Yes, we do.
For conventional small equipment, NEWater has standardized equipment. For large-scale skid-mounted and container equipment, we can design a process that meets the needs according to different water quality requirements.
At the same time, we carry out three-dimensional drawing designs according to different requirements and then communicate with customers to confirm.
After the design confirmation is completed, we then proceed to custom processing. So you don’t have to worry about our design and production capacity. We will provide you with the most professional technical support.
Mixed Bed Deionizer from NEWater
The mixed bed is generally placed in the electrodialysis or reverse osmosis device after (or directly applied to the lower salt content of water), is designed for ion exchange technology equipment. The so-called mixed bed is a certain proportion of cation and anion exchange resin mixed and filled in the same exchange device, the fluid ion exchange, removal.
NEWater mixed bed deionized water equipment intermittent operation on the impact of water quality, the time required to restore to the water quality before shutdown is relatively short. . Mixed bed deionized water equipment mixed bed is also divided into synchronous regeneration type mixed bed and in vitro regeneration type mixed bed. Synchronous regeneration type mixed bed in the operation and the entire regeneration process are carried out in the mixed bed, regeneration of resin does not move out of the equipment, and the anode and anion resin regeneration at the same time, so the need for ancillary equipment less, easy to operate, while the recovery rate of 100%.
We guarantee 24/7 customer service throughout the year to ensure all requirements as our loyal customers!
The Ultimate FAQ Guide for Mixed-Bed Deionizers.
The application fields necessitating high-grade product water are steadily mushrooming as freshwater sources gradually dry up. To gratify the quality demands of these distinct applications, water treatment systems have been developed to treat substandard water sources or elevate the quality of accessible freshwater.
Mixed-bed deionizers are unique systems exploited to generate deionized water for essential processes like pharmaceutical manufacturing. Below, we scrutinize mixed-bed deionizers and their role as contemporary water treatment solutions.
- What is a Mixed-Bed Deionizer?
- Where is Mixed-Bed Deionizers Mainly Used?
- What is the Primary Role of Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- How do Mixed-Bed Deionizers Function?
- What are the Benefits of Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- What are Mixed-Bed Deionizers Made Of?
- What Quality of Water Do Mixed-Bed Deionizers Produce?
- What Factors Should I Consider When Buying a Mixed-Bed Deionizer?
- What is the Exchange Capacity Range of Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- How Much Do Mixed-Bed Deionizers Cost?
- Can Mixed-Bed Deionizers Play the Same Roles as Electrodeionization Systems?
- Which Pretreatment Processes Are Used in Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- What is the Service Flow Rate of Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- Can Mixed-Bed Deionizers Be Used to Soften Hard Water?
- What is a Two-Bed Deionizer?
- Can You Integrate Mixed-Bed Deionizer with Reverse Osmosis Systems?
- How is Mixed-Bed Deionizers Used in Wastewater Treatment?
- Which Post-Treatment Processes Are Used in Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- Can Mixed-Bed Deionizers Produce Drinking Water?
- Do You Provide Industrial Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- Where Can I Buy a Superior Mixed-Bed Deionizer?
- Are There Skid-Mounted Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- How Long Does a Mixed-Bed Exchange Resin Last?
- Do You Deliver Mixed-Bed Deionizers Overseas?
- Are There Household Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- What is the Warranty Policy on Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- What Should I Do if My Mixed-Bed Deionizer Arrives Broken Down?
- Do You Help Install Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
- Which Other Water Deionization Systems Do You Manufacture?
➣What is a Mixed-Bed Deionizer?
A mixed-bed deionizer is an ion exchange system consisting of intimately blended cation and anion exchange resins housed in a single pressure vessel. Mixed-bed deionizers are chiefly utilized in high-purity water applications because of their impeccable filtration scores. The configuration of their ingrained ion exchange resin facilitates higher removals hence they are preferred to two-bed deionizers.
Customarily, they trap ionic pollutants using the ion exchange resins consequently swapping them for non-objectionable ions. Negatively charged impurities such as nitrate and chloride are substituted for hydroxyl (-OH) ions while positively charged pollutants are exchanged for hydrogen ions (H+).
➣Where are Mixed-Bed Deionizers Mainly Used?
Water deionizer systems are generally highly coveted water treatment solutions thanks to their excellent purification rates. Mixed-bed deionizers, in particular, generate the highest grade of deionized water and are therefore demanded by industries dependent on purified water.
They can also be deployed in commercial and domestic water softening applications due to their high calcium and magnesium rejection rates. Underneath are the principal application fields of mixed-bed deionizers.
●Electronics and cosmetics.
➣What is the Primary Role of Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
Mixed-bed deionizers are treatment systems chiefly deployed to remove charged contaminants and ultimately generate high-purity water. Their versatility permits their application as standalone deionizers or as post-treatment systems for two-bed deionizers.
In pharmaceutical and laboratory water purification systems, they are integrated to eradicate virtually all charged contaminants. They generally produce high-purity water that exhibits an electrical resistivity of 16 to 18 megohm.
➣How do Mixed-Bed Deionizers Function?
In mixed-bed deionizers, the anion and cation exchange resins coexist intimately in one DI exchange tank. The feed water is typically driven under pressure into the pressure vessel and uniformly distributed atop. As it comes to contact with the ion exchange resins, the ionized pollutants are substituted by desirable ions.
Precisely, the cationic elements such as magnesium and iron are replaced with hydrogen (H+) ions while the anionic substances are swapped for hydroxyl (–OH) ions. The mixture of the anionic and cation exchange resins in mixed-bed deionizers permits the eradication of virtually all ionized pollutants.
Technically, the ion exchange process employed in mixed-bed deionization is reversible hence the water is often utilized instantaneously. Alternatively, it can be stored in appropriate containers under the recommended conditions.
➣What are Mixed-Bed Deionizers Made Of?
The configuration of mixed-bed deionizers has both the anion and cation exchange resins accommodated in a single pressure tank. Typically, the pressure vessels are manufactured from FRP or stainless steel to withstand corrosive solutions.
In mixed-bed deionizers, the cation and anion exchange resins, which are made of organic polymers blended intimately in the single pressure vessel. Typically, these ion exchange resins consist of porous microbeads with an average radius of 0.25-1.25mm. Pressure gauges and valves are also fitted appropriately onto the filter tank as well as an elaborate user interface.
➣What Quality of Water Do Mixed-Bed Deionizers Produce?
The demineralized water derived from mixed-bed deionizers is considerably of the highest quality. Its purity level is measured by its resistivity or conductivity of electrical charges. When graded using the conventional water grading principles, deionized waterfalls under Type II or Type I high-purity water.
The average electrical resistivity of demineralized water from mixed-bed deionizers ranges from 16 to 18 megohm. It is highly coveted in laboratory applications because of its blank nature. That means it does not interfere with the chemistry of parent solutions.
➣What Factors Should I Consider When Buying a Mixed-Bed Deionizer?
Conducting background checks on the feasibility of distinct mixed-bed deionizers to your specific application increases the chances of procuring a perfect system. First, you must factor in the quality of your imminent feed water. Highly concentrated and multifaceted feed water will necessitate a pretreatment unit to eradicate organics and microorganisms like bacteria.
Secondly, it is paramount that you determine the quality of potable water you want to be generated by your mixed-bed deionizer. You also need to compare its qualities with the stipulated industry requirements. The other considerations you need to ponder include:
- The system’s service flow rate and its daily production capacity.
- The projected investment and operational costs.
➣What is the Exchange Capacity Range of Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
As a manufacturer of premium mixed-bed deionizers serving a dissimilar clientele, we manufacture systems with varying exchange capacity ranges. Our standard mixed-bed deionizers have exchange capacities ranging from 62K Grains to 450K Grains.
Additionally, they have service flow rates ranging from 18 to 190 gallons per minute (GPM). This diverse range is meant to accommodate the variation in application scales. Therein, you can acquire your household, commercial or industrial mixed-bed deionizer from NEWater without having to worry about production limits.
➣How Much Do Mixed-Bed Deionizers Cost?
Prior to investing in a mixed-bed deionizer or any water treatment equipment, it is wise to first gauge the financial aspects of the investment. Primarily, this can be done by analyzing the cost of mixed-bed deionization equipment and the operational expenses accrued in deionizing the water.
Typically, the equipment cost is relative to key specifications such as the size of the pressure vessel and the type of ion exchange resin deployed. The accurate price tags are offered by NEWater through our customer inquiry section highlighted on our website.
Expenditures accrued from running the mixed-bed deionizer include setup charges, maintenance, labor, and regeneration consumables. Tallying the aforementioned expenses brings the cumulative cost of demineralizing water to approximately $0.3-$0.5 per gallon.
➣Can Mixed-Bed Deionizers Play the Same Roles as Electrodeionization Systems?
Electrodeionization water systems are technically deionization devices powered by electricity to remove ionized constituents using ion exchange resins and membranes. The end goal for both mixed-bed deionizers and electro deionization systems is similar, the generation of high-grade deionized water.
They are both equally effective hence their application as refinement systems for two-bed deionization systems. Electrodeionization systems can however generate ultra-pure water with an electrical resistivity of 18.2MW/cm. It is considered an advanced technology and future projections indicate EDI water systems might gradually replace mixed-bed deionizers.
➣Which Pretreatment Processes Are Used in Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
Unless the mixed-bed deionizer is being deployed for simple functions like water softening, a supplemental system is often necessitated. Commonly, the feed water is first treated using a reverse osmosis system to make certain organics such as viruses and pathogens are eliminated.
Numerous pretreatment processes can be utilized to make the deionization process easier and more effective. Media filtration systems like multimedia and carbon filters can be employed to minimize water turbidity and shrink the TSS levels in the feed water. The other applicable pretreatment technologies include:
- Nanofiltration and ultrafiltration.
- Chemical dosing.
➣What is the Service Flow Rate of Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
The service flow rate is a measure of how fast a specified amount of feed water is deionized by the mixed-bed deionization resin. It is commonly measured by the number of deionized water gallons generated per minute (GPM). NEWater’s standard mixed-bed deionizers support a range of service flow rates (18-190GPM).
Ideally, the service flow rate tends to be higher relative to the size of the mixed-bed deionizer. When customizing mixed-bed deionizers, we also tailor the service flow rate to match your production specifications.
➣Can Mixed-Bed Deionizers Be Used to Soften Hard Water?
Water softener systems are typically cation deionizers with characteristic sodium or potassium ions in their exchange resins. To soften the water, they substitute the hardness minerals, Calcium (Ca2+) and Magnesium (Mg2+) with sodium (NA+) or potassium (K+) ions. The utilization of a mixed-bed deionizer to soften hard water will result in the eradication of other vital minerals.
Water deionizer systems are one of the most efficient ways to soften hard water and the resulting product water often has a hardness level of 60 mg/L or lower. The deployment of a water softener system in industrial, commercial, and domestic applications minimizes the risk of scaling on vital pipework and apparatuses.
➣What is a Two-Bed Deionizer?
A two-bed deionizer is a water deionization system made of two separate pressure vessels that eliminate separately the negatively and positively charged contaminants. The cationic exchange resin is housed in a single pressure vessel while the anionic exchange resin is accommodated in an adjacent pressure vessel.
The feedwater is first subjected to the cation exchange vessel whereby the positively charged constituents are exchanged for hydrogen ions. Subsequently, the water is passed through the anion exchange resin whereby all the anionic elements are substituted for hydroxyl ions. When compared to mixed-bed deionizers, two-bed deionizers are not as effective but their deionized water quality is still high-grade.
➣Can You Integrate Mixed-Bed Deionizer with Reverse Osmosis Systems?
Yes. The supplemental combination of reverse osmosis systems and mixed-bed deionizers gives birth to Reverse osmosis DI water systems. These are systems highly sought after in water purification applications such as laboratories. Technically, the reverse osmosis plant is first employed to eliminate organics while the mixed-bed deionizer makes certain all ionized constituents are eradicated.
By combining these two systems, you are guaranteed to generate high purity of ultra-pure water at cost-efficient rates. Recent studies have shown that running a reverse osmosis system prior to deionization tremendously lessens the cost of production. Contact NEWater today and procure yourself an elaborate RO/DI water system.
➣How are Mixed-Bed Deionizers Used in Wastewater Treatment?
As the world fights environmental pollution, regulations on wastewater treatment and disposal have become more stringent. As such, distinct wastewater treatment systems have been developed to aid industries to adhere to the stipulated wastewater disposal guidelines.
In wastewater treatment, mixed-bed deionizers are chiefly used as part of a comprehensive treatment system. The wastewater is first subjected to media filtration systems such as multimedia and activated carbon pre-filters. Other technologies and systems can be used in the pretreatment phase as well.
The mixed-bed deionizers are then deployed in the secondary or tertiary treatment processes. The cation and anion exchange resins make certain volatile metals and mineral ions are effectively removed from the wastewater.
➣Which Post-Treatment Processes Are Used in Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
With mixed-bed deionizers, the only logical chance of eradicating organic constituents like viruses is coincidental trapping by the IX resin beads. Otherwise, an elaborate post-treatment system is needed to remove the organics and consequently supply ultra-pure water.
To remove the microorganisms and other illness-causing pathogens, UV water sterilizers are utilized. Other systems and processes that can be utilized to post-treat deionized water include remineralization and activated carbon post-filters.
➣Can Mixed-Bed Deionizers Produce Drinking Water?
Drinking deionized water is possible and experts guarantee there will be no instantaneous side effects but they strongly advise against it. This is chiefly because demineralized water has all ionized minerals extracted and the human body needs these minerals for efficient functioning.
Treating your drinking water using a mixed-bed deionizer will necessitate a post-treatment phase to remineralize the water by adding calcium and magnesium minerals as directed by the WHO. To be precise, the magnesium level should be 10 mg/L, while the calcium concentration reads 30 mg/L. In addition, mixed-bed deionizers rarely eliminate disease-causing microbes, thus a supplemental UV water sterilizer is mandatory.
➣Do You Provide Industrial Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
The primary application sectors for mixed-bed deionizers are largely industrial entities. Having immersed ourselves in the production of industrial water treatment systems two decades ago, our industrial mixed-bed deionizers are undoubtedly one of the market’s best. We have a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and our engineers are well respected for their expertise.
NEWater’s industrial mixed-bed deionizers have ample exchange capacities (62K to 450K Grains) and diverse service flow rates (18-190GPM). They are mainly available as customized systems or in standard versions with unique designs.
➣Where Can I Buy a Superior Mixed-Bed Deionizer?
NEWater ventured into manufacturing water treatment systems in 2001 and since then our stature and market dominance has ballooned exponentially. The demand for our products especially mixed-bed deionizers has equally mushroomed and this can only be attributed to our unrivaled quality and outstanding customer services.
We manufacture mixed-bed deionizers for households, commercial enterprises, and industries with unique designs. Our water deionizers are specifically designed to offer convenience, cost-efficiency, and safety during operations. Moreover, we offer the market’s leading prices and have global delivery services. Call us today to order your premium mixed-bed deionizer or other related product.
➣Are There Skid-Mounted Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
NEWater manufactures a special edition of mixed-bed deionizer, which are characteristically skid-mounted to facilitate easier transportation. Technically, we assemble the key components of the mixed-bed deionizer on stainless steel frames or rails.
The skid-mounted mixed-bed deionizers are compact and help economize on space. They are mostly suitable for decentralized water deionization applications and can be used in homesteads, industries, and commercial entities.
➣How Long Does a Mixed-Bed Exchange Resin Last?
Typically, a well-looked after mixed-bed deionization resin will optimally deionize water for 10-15 years before obliging replacement. Dips in performance levels are often an indication of over-accumulated contaminants or exhausted resin beads. The cure to this is initiating the regeneration process.
In regenerating the mixed-bed deionizer, you are essentially restoring its optimal functional capabilities by washing down trapped pollutants. Contemporary mixed-bed deionizers regenerate automatically and therefore chances of premature fouling are greatly lessened. Owing to the sufficiently long lifespans of mixed-bed deionizers, your investment will definitely prove to be worth it.
➣Do You Deliver Mixed-Bed Deionizers Overseas?
Procuring your mixed-bed deionizer from NEWater guarantees doorstep delivery to your working station irrespective of geographical limitations. We rely on established courier service providers and our present delivery countries are well over 200. Using our professional relations with the courier providers, we are able to negotiate discounted shipment fees.
Customarily, the delivery of mixed-bed deionizers is done using either sea, air, road, or rail transport. Our respect for timeliness is evidenced by our swift turnaround times, which range from 3-7 days for small deionizers and 2-3 months for larger deionization equipment.
➣Are There Household Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
NEWater manufactures compact water deionization systems for various domestic water treatment applications like water softening. Our household mixed-bed deionizers have particularly smaller exchange capacities and their service flow rates range from 2 GPM.
They are chiefly suited to the treatment of water derived from private wells since it has a high concentration of metals and objectionable minerals. The household mixed-bed deionizers are characteristically portable and their operation is pretty stress-free. Order yours today and enjoy 12 months of warranty protection.
➣What is the Warranty Policy on Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
NEWater’s mixed-bed deionizers have a minimum warranty protection validity of 12 months. Our warranty policy is chiefly constituted to grant users ample time to scrutinize and familiarize themselves with their newly-bought mixed-bed deionizers.
The warranty protection ensures mixed-bed deionizers and components that experience mechanical breakdowns. It however does not ensure systems broken down by human mishandling. Furthermore, having the mixed-bed deionizer scrutinized by third parties can nullify the warranty protection.
➣What Should I Do if My Mixed-Bed Deionizer Arrives Broken Down?
During shipment, the mixed-bed deionizer may pick up a defect despite being dispatched in perfect condition. However, NEWater has instituted numerous precautionary measures to thwart the occurrence of such cases. We thoroughly scrutinize the order before dispatching and have elaborate packaging protocols that guarantee safety during shipment.
Whenever you receive your mixed-bed deionizer in an imperfect condition, you should immediately report the case to our customer support unit. You can email us via email@example.com or call us to provide key details such as the order number, the nature of the damage, and its extent.
➣Do You Help Install Mixed-Bed Deionizers?
Our promise to our esteemed customers is to be there for them whenever they need us. We provide on-site installation services by dispatching a unit of our most qualified personnel to your installation site. Due to the transportation logistics, we only provide physical installation services when absolutely necessitated.
The simplicity of our mixed-bed deionizers makes the installation process pretty simple and we provide detailed installation guidebooks. In addition, our engineers offer remote installation guidance via video calls and pre-recorded tutorials.
➣Which Other Water Deionization Systems Do You Manufacture?
NEWater makes your shopping experience easier by literally availing all water treatment systems in one shop. We manufacture distinct water deionization systems for industries, commercial enterprises, and households at our state-of-the-art base in China and make deliveries worldwide.
Our water deionizer systems are distinctively designed to accommodate all application fields and offer cost-efficient solutions. We also process custom orders for water deionizer systems at very friendly rates. Here are our chief water deionization systems:
- Two-bed deionizers.
- Electrodeionization water systems.
- Deionized water tanks.