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hi every one,

please i need your help

what is the best configuration for the Demineralized water

2*100% mixed bed adsorber or cation exchanger, anion exchanger and degasser upstream the mixed bed adsorbers.

best regards


The train that we used was filter, degas, anion, cation (maybe in the other order, I don't recall), and finally a mixed be polish unit.
The mixed be was backup. We actually ended up using two bottles for one of the ion specific stages (again, I don't recall which) because it would breakthrough first every time.
We had conductivity meters tied to alarms after the C+A step as well as after the mixed bed.
This was a full 2x 100% parallel system, except for the degas.

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