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What Are the Best Ion Exchange Equipment Supply and Technology Companies?

on Exchange Equipment Supply and Technology Companies

 

For industrial facilities looking to ion exchange systems and resin technology for their purification and/or separation technology needs, an important question to consider is, “What Are the Best Ion Exchange Equipment Supply and Technology Companies?”

While SAMCO is confident our custom-designed and engineered ion exchange systems are some of the best in the industry, we also realize we might not be the best fit for everyone and believe it’s important for our potential customers to be aware of the available options when searching for these solutions. For this reason, we outline below which ion exchange companies are the best choices for your facility to help you with your search for the most appropriate equipment, custom-engineered system, resin technology, and services, including a bit about who the companies are and what they have to offer:

Calgon Carbon

Who they are

Calgon Carbon has nearly 75 years in the activated carbon and reactivation industry for many liquid- and vapor-phase applications. They also offer services in ultraviolet disinfection and oxidation, ion exchange technology, and ballast water treatment, and they provide purifications systems for drinking water and wastewater, etc.

What they offer

Calgon Carbon has various media, fixed-bed, and continuous systems for a variety of applications and industries. Their ISEP®/CSEP® systems and CALRES® media can help industrial facilities purify their process streams while helping them recover valuable materials.

The Dow Chemical Company

Who they are

Dow is a chemical corporation that combines science and technology to provide innovations that help the company’s customers produce and conserve clean water and energy and increase productivity. Their businesses range from chemical to agrosciences and plastics. The water processing group is a world leader in ion exchange resins and membranes for water purification.

What they offer

Dow offers various ion exchange systems and resins, including their ADVANCED AMBERPACK™, a pre-engineered ion exchange system designed to yield high-quality water while minimizing waste. Each process train can produce up to 260 GPM of treated water that typically doesn’t require further polishing.  

Evoqua Water Technologies

Who they are

A global water treatment company that serves both municipal and industrial companies, Evoqua aims to use their treatment systems to provide quality water solutions for their customers, help them meet regulatory and environmental compliance, and increase water usage efficiency.

What they offer

Evoqua offers ion exchange resin services, including resin processing and disposal. They also help maximize your ion exchange resin efficiency and provide analytical testing, resin removal/reinstallation, resin cleaning, and reconditioning. 

GE Water & Process Technologies

Who they are

GE Water and Process Technologies is a subdivision of General Electric and GE Power. The company uses advanced technologies to solve water scarcity, quality, and productivity challenges. They also solve water-related issues for the environment and energy and serve industrial and municipal companies alike. The water division of GE was recently purchased by Suez a large international water and Infrastructure Company. 

What they offer

GE Water has a variety of ion exchange systems and resin technologies, including mobile ones. They also offer resin regeneration services at their facility, allowing their customers to reduce chemical handling.

LANXESS

Who they are

LANXESS has nearly 80 years of experience in water treatment. They develop and produce ion exchange resins and iron oxide adsorbers; they are also starting to offer reverse osmosis membrane elements. Their production facilities are located in Leverkusen and Bitterfeld, Germany, and Jhagadia, India.

What they offer

LANXESS’s Lewatit ion exchange resins can be used in various industries for selective removal. For example, in the power generation industry, the Lewatit resins can be used to produce ultra-pure boiler feed water and steam to help the facility avoid incrustations and corrosion. They can also remove heavy metal ions and organic pollutants from water/wastewater, among other contaminants.

Lenntech

Who they are

Founded in 1993, Lenntech is an international water treatment and filtration solution company based in the Netherlands. They provide several technologies and turnkey facilities for municipalities, water bottlers, and hotels.

What they offer

Lenntech designs and builds custom ion exchange plants and demi-plants that can help a facility produce demi-water from groundwater, tapwater, or reverse osmosis permeate. Their resins, sourced from reputable companies such as DOW, Rohm&Haas, and LANXESS, can be used for demineralization, polishing, and selective contaminant removal/recovery.

newterra

Who they are

Started in the early years of the Industrial Revolution by Joseph Harrison, Jr., what is newterra today had begun in 1863 as Harrison Safety Boiler Works in Philadelphia, PA. In 1934, the company provided the first atomizing deaerator to the US Navy to help the ships steam farther, faster, and more economically. Now based in Ontario, Canada, newterra utilizes modular water treatment solutions to help companies use water more sustainably for power generation plants, institutional clients, and manufacturers who utilize steam in their production.

What they offer

newterra’s full range of ion exchange treatment technologies can remove contaminants that are harmful when generating steam and can cause scaling, such as inorganic dissolved solids and hardness, in general.

Tonka Water

Who they are

Providing customized water treatment since 1956, Tonka water provides several technologies to remove contaminants such as iron, arsenic, manganese, and hydrogen sulfide, among others, for various tertiary water filtration, environmental remediation, and industrial process projects in the Northeast. 

What they offer

Tonka Water manufactures ion exchange systems for a variety of treatment applications, such as removing specific contaminants from surface- and groundwater. Some of the contaminants their resins can remove include nitrate, sulfate, flouride, and arsenic, among others. Their Pur-IX™ advanced ion exchange system has a compact footprint and produces a low amount of wastewater.

How can SAMCO help?

SAMCO has over 40 years’ experience custom-designing and manufacturing ion exchange systems for a range of industries and solutions, so please feel free to reach out to us with your questions. For more information or to get in touch, contact us here to set up a consultation with an engineer or request a quote. We can walk you through the steps for developing the proper solution and realistic cost for your ion exchange treatment system needs.

To learn more about SAMCO’s innovative technologies and services, visit our innovations page here.

SAMCO provides a wide variety of industrial ion exchange technologies, as well, including a host of other filtration and resin services. See below for some of the services we offer as well as our off-site regeneration page for more info: