SEPLITE® LX 6703 is an acrylic, macroporous type anions resins containing both weak and strong base groups. The acrylic matrix ensures it superior removal feature on organic substances from water or similar other solutions. The mixed base of LX 6703 makes this resin suitable for removal of both strong and weak acids from solutions.
It also shows good anti-fouling performance during operation.
Macroporous type acrylic copolymer
Light yellow to yellow opaque spherical spheres
Cl or NH4
≥ 2.8 eq/L
Whole beads count
Resins should be stored in sealed containers or bags where temperature was above 0℃ in dry conditions without exposure to direct sunlight. Do not mix ion exchange resin with strong oxidizing agents; otherwise it will cause violent reactions.
In case of eyes contact with resins, rinse eyes immediately with plenty of water, and consult a specialist. Material and samples must be disposed according to local regulations.
Dry polymers will expand when become wetted and may cause an exothermic reaction. Spilled materials may be slippery.
SEPLITE® and Monojet™ are registered trademarks of Sunresin New Materials Co. Ltd.
•This information is general information and may differ from that based on actual conditions. For more information about SEPLITE® resins, please contact SUNRESIN® directly.
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