Resin & Media

A crucial component in many water treatment processes: a range of different types are available to target various specific contaminants.

Features & Information

SPECTRUM’s resin and filtration media range offers ultimate versatility in water treatment. Combine your choice of media with your choice of vessel to provide your ideal solution – no matter your application.

FAQs - Resin & Media

What are Resins & Media in the context of filtration, and how are they used?

Resins & Media refer to a diverse range of filtration materials used to remove impurities, contaminants, or specific substances from fluids during the filtration process. Resins are specialised substances that chemically interact with contaminants, allowing for selective removal. Media, on the other hand, include materials like activated carbon that physically capture or adsorb particles and impurities. These materials are placed within filtration systems, such as filter cartridges, bags, or other housing types, and are utilised in various industries to improve the quality of liquids or gases by effectively removing unwanted elements.

Can resins effectively remove specific contaminants or impurities from fluids?

Yes, SPECTRUM resins are designed to effectively target and remove specific contaminants or impurities from fluids. The selection of a particular resin depends on the nature of the impurities present. For example, ion exchange resins are used to selectively remove ions such as heavy metals or dissolved salts.

By choosing the right resin type based on the target contaminants, filtration efficiency and purity can be significantly improved in various applications.

Can SPECTRUM resins and media be regenerated or recharged for prolonged use?

Yes, many of our resins and media can be regenerated or recharged, extending their useful lifespan. The regeneration process involves restoring the filtration material’s capacity to capture or interact with contaminants. This is particularly beneficial for cost savings and reducing waste. The regeneration process varies based on the type of resin or media. Some may require chemical treatments, while others can be subjected to thermal processes.

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