AMBERLITE™ Ion Exchange Resins

 
 
 

AMBERLITE™ HPR9000 SO4

 
 
 

AMBERLITE™ HPR9000 SO4 Ion Exchange Resin is a Uniform Particle Size, Macroporous, Strong Base Anion Exchange Resin for Condensate Polishing and Industrial Demineralization Applications for the Power Industry. It is specifically designed for use in regenerable mixed beds when a balance of operating performance, simple operation, long resin life, and cost-effective operation is required. The special dimensioning and consistency of the macroporous structure of AMBERLITE HPR9000 SO4 provides exceptional resistance to surface fouling as well as physical, osmotic, and oxidative stresses, which allows increased resin lifetime in operation. AMBERLITE HPR9000 SO4 can operate reliably under the high flowrate and pressure drop conditions that are typically used in condensate polishers, and the particle size, uniformity, and white cream color resin allow for excellent, easy, and visible backwash separation when used in mixed beds.

  • AMBERLITE HPR9000 SO4 can be perfectly paired with several cation exchange resins and the selection depends on your plant’s operation: 
    • When highest water quality and longest runtime are needed, AMBERLITE™ HPR1600 H Ion Exchange Resin is the best choice due to its exceptional chemical stability and high capacity.
    • For a cation resin that balances capacity and regenerability, AMBERLITE™ HPR650 H Ion Exchange Resin is a trusted choice.
    • In the most oxidative environments, AMBERLITE™ HPR2000 H Ion Exchange Resin is the best choice due to its excellent oxidative stability.
    • When compliance with the China National Standard specifications for fossil power condensate polishing applications, including the China Strong Osmotic Ball Mill test, is important, AMBERLITE™ HPR2800 H Ion Exchange Resin is the recommended cation pair since both resins are compliant with the standard.
 
 
 

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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.