Gel Type, Strong Acid, ST-DVB, Uniform Particle Size, High Capacity, H+ Form
SEPLITE® Monojet™ SC7700CP (historical reference SC650CP) Ion Exchange Resin is a high-quality, high-capacity resin with uniform particle size designed specifically for use in condensate polishing mixed beds when high purity and water quality are required.
With its outstanding mechanical strength and very good oxidative stability, it is suitable for the high flow rate demands of condensate polishing applications. This resin could be available in both H+ form and Na+ form, the ionic conversion rate of H+ form is up to 99%.
The resin is normally paired with SEPLITE® Monojet™ SA8500CP (historical reference SA550CP) in OH- form in mixed beds, providing excellent water quality and resin purity.
Physical and Chemical Characteristics:
|Physical and Chemical Characteristics|
|Matrix Structure||Gel, Styrene-divinylbenzene|
|Functional group||Sulfonic acid|
|Physical Appearance||Amber to dark translucent spherical beads|
|Particle size (mm)||0.65±0.05mm|
|Moisture content (%)||46-51 (H+ Form)|
|Total Capacity(eq/L)||≥2.0 (H+ Form)|
|Bulk Density ( g/l)||780-870|
|Density ( g/l)||1220-1260|
|Whole beads count (%)||≥95|
Mixed bed condensate polishing in nuclear power plants
Mixed bed condensate polishing in fossil power plants
Mixed bed polishing in industrial demineralization
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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There are many kinds of ion exchange resins, the most basic of which is anion cation exchange resins. The application fields of different types of ion-exchange resins are also different.