Electrodeionization, EDI Plant

Electrodeionization (EDI)

Electrodeionization is a continuous and chemical-free process that removes ionized and ionizable species from feed water.

An EDI plant serves as an alternative to conventional mixed-bed polisher, as it eliminates regeneration downtime, as well as the need to handle and store hazardous chemicals like acid and lye. It is used to obtain low levels of conductivity and silica in the treated water, and is typically used for process water treatment in electronic industry, pharmaceutical industry, hospitals, and laboratories.

Our ergonomically designed world-class EDI plants have minimal footprint and require minimum maintenance while delivering optimized performance, consistent product quality, and ultra-pure water with high silica and boron rejection.