Water quality is paramount to the health and stability of aquariums and other controlled eco-systems. Contaminants such as: Chlorine, Chloramine, Heavy Metals, Ammonia, Nitrates, Dissolved Solids and Organics must be removed.
Water must be purified before it is introduced into a living system and contaminants that may naturally build up in a closed habitat need to be removed.
Aquarium treatment involves surprisingly sophisticated chemistry. Water chemistry required for healthy aquariums is as varied as the life forms that thrive in them. Aquarium treatment includes conventional deionization and color indicator resins as well as granular carbon and adsorbant medias that are selective for specific contaminants such as silica, ammonia, phosphate, nitrate, etc.
Seplite offers a large number of ion exchange resins and adsorbent medias suitable for use in the aquarium industry. These products include resins that are selective for nitrate and ammonia removal, among others. All of Seplite's products are suitable for aquarium use with very low levels of toxic leachables.
This is a set of dichloroethane treatment equipment, which helps to recover 2.16 tons of dichloroethane per day while meeting the emission requirements. This translates to a payback period of about one year. Containing chlorine, this waste gas cannot be incinerated, thus making the adsorption method the only option. Traditional adsorption materials have potential safety concerns, and are limited in service life and consistency in meeting the emission standards. After investigation, the customer finally chose to use resin adsorption.
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