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Regeneration service for exhausted ion
The ion exchange
cartridges can be used for the recirculation of rinse water or for the
selective removal of heavy metals, e.g. copper. For these purposes
always at least two cartridges of one resin type are connected in series.
The loading is shown by colour indicators at the cartridges,
respectively by observance of the effluent (e.g. control of conductance
After the loading the concerned cartridge is removed, the security
cartridge(s) move up and a fresh cartridge is used.
The external regeneration of the loaded ion exchange cartridges takes
place in a central installation for regeneration. So the causing company
is neither obliged to treat the eluates nor to remove the sludge.
Figure: How external regeneration for ion
exchange resin works (german)
Regeneration as service for all common
ion exchange resins
- Cation exchange resin, anion exchange resins from circulation
installations loaded with heavy metals, chromates, cyanides
(e.g. LewatitŪ Monoplus S108, LewatitŪ Monoplus S100 H, LewatitŪ Monoplus S100 Na, LewatitŪ Monoplus SP112
H, LewatitŪ S100 G1, LewatitŪ CNP 80, LewatitŪ Monoplus M 500, LewatitŪ Monoplus MP
500, LewatitŪ Monoplus MP 64, LewatitŪ MP 62).
- Selective exchange resins from
end-cleaning-installations or ground water decontamination, loaded
with heavy metals (Cu, Ni, Zn, Cr6+) (e.g. LewatitŪ SR 7, TP 207, TP 208)
- Mixed-bed resins (e.g. IonacŪ NM 60) from demineralisation
systems, also with heavy metals
- Resins from electric discharge machining
The resins can be delivered in standard
cartridges (30, 50, 100, 200 litres) or in transport bags.
Regeneration of demineralisation
Demineralisation cartridges are regenerated as
it is usual in trade.
AVV-Key number: 190806
We are registered in the "disposal-database" ("Verwerterdatenbank Bayern")
Bavaria, which is supervised by the bavarian department of environmental