AMBERLITE™ Ion Exchange Resins

AMBERLITE™ Ion Exchange Resins are available in a very wide range of chemical compositions and polymer structures and have been used for decades in a high-value applications including water treatment in industrial and power generation plants.

AMBERLITE™ HPR9100 Cl

AMBERLITE™ HPR9100 Cl Ion Exchange Resin is a Uniform Particle Size, Macroporous, Strong Base Anion (Type II) Exchange Resin for Industrial Demineralization Applications. It is a high-quality resin for use in industrial demineralization applications when a balance of operating performance and simple, cost-effective operation is required. The chemical properties and particle size of the resin have been optimized to help yield excellent operating capacity and rinse characteristics, reducing chemical regenerant and rinse water usage while maintaining a superior physical stability. The macroporous structure of AMBERLITE HPR9100 Cl provides excellent resistance to organic fouling and physical stresses. When operated under challenging conditions, it allows increased resin lifetime in operation compared to a gel Type II resin. Compared to a Type I strong base anion resin, a Type II resin will yield greater operating capacity due to more complete regeneration. It is best-suited to treat water in which silica and carbon dioxide do not exceed 30% of the total anions and the service and caustic regeneration temperature does not consistently exceed 35°C (95°F). For systems that require low silica in the effluent or that operate in higher temperatures, a Type I strong base anion resin is recommended, such as: − AMBERLITE™ HPR9200 Cl Ion Exchange Resin − AMBERLITE™ HPR9000 OH or SO4 Ion Exchange Resin

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Used In:

  • Demineralization, when the treatment goal is high organic fouling potential and removal of strong and weak acids
  • Dealkalization
  • Co-current systems
  • Counter current / Hold-down systems
  • Packed beds

Advantages:

  •  Uniform particle size
  •  High performance resin with excellent operating capacity and rinse characteristics
  •  Greater operating capacity than Type I SBA
  •  Excellent resistance to organic fouling and physical stresses
  •  Increased resin lifetime in operation compared to a gel Type II resin under challenging conditions

Availability:

  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • North America