Inert Resin
swtwater.com ProBead™ ER40001
ProBead™ ER40001 (P/N ER40001) is an inert bead form buffer designed for use in mixed bed demineralizers that are regenerated in place. The inert material fills the space around the interface collector, between the layer of cation and anion resin. The inert media prevents cross contamination by separating the cation from the anion resin during regeneration.
 
 
APPLICATION DATA
ProBead™ ER40001 is generally used in a layer with a depth of 9 to 12 inches surrounding the interface distributor screens.
 
 
TYPICAL PROPERTIES
Part Number ER40001
Type Acrylonitrile crosslinked with divinylbenzene
Specific Gravity 1.15
Bulk Density Approx. 45 lb/cu.ft.
Screen Size 20 to 35 mesh
Ion Exchange Capacity None
MaximumTemperature 140°F (60°C)
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
SWT Ion Exchange Resin Guide
 
 
ProBead™ is a trademark of Safe Water Technologies, Inc.
 
    Features & Benefits:    
  Uniform Particle Size—95% of all particles are in the 20 to 35 mesh range.  
  Truly Inert—The media has no cationic or anionic functionality of any kind. It is not soluble in acids or bases and has high resistance to oxidation.  
  High Void Space—The spherical shape of media creates a large void space while maintaining excellent separation between the active resin layers.  
 
 
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Safe Water Technologies, Inc.
996 Bluff City Boulevard
Elgin, IL 60120 USA
 
 
Telephone: +1.847.888.6900
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E-mail: info@swtwater.com
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Last Updated: May 2, 2014