Electronic deionization, or EDI, removes dissolved impurities by combining two water treatment methods: electrodialysis and ion exchange. EDI produces very high quality water without chemical regeneration. The absence of chemicals has made it a popular method for obtaining the ultra-pure deionized water required for numerous industrial processes
Discuss electronic deionization. Describe the advantages of electronic deionizers. Describe major electronic deionizer components. Discuss the theory of operation for electronic deionizers. Discuss electronic deionizer maintenance. Describe industrial electronic deionizer application
"I: Electronic Deionization
II: Advantages and Disadvantages of Electronic Deionizers
III: Major Electronic Deionizer Components
IV: Theory of Operation for Electronic Deionizers"
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