Hi all, we have just received FEED documents from a new demineralization unit we intend to buy. The demineralization chain is made up of a Carbon filter, Cationic drum, CO2 degasser, Anionic Drum and a mix bed drum to complete the demineralizing process. In the documents, it is stated that, the flow rate of water entering the unit is 80m3/h and flow rate of water out of the chain is 68m3/h. I would like to understand the origin of the losses of about 12m3/h of water during the production process. I would like somebody to explain to me the causes of these losses. I personally think it`s too much.
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