Softening Resin
swtwater.com ProSoft™ High Porosity
ProSoft High Porosity is the most chemically resistant softening resin we offer. It is manufactured for minimal pressure drops and where high iron content requires constant bed cleaning with solvents. ProSoft High Porosity is also a favorite in chemical processing applications.
 
 
ER10009 Pressure Drop Graph
PRESSURE DROP — The graph above shows the expected pressure loss per foot of bed depth as a function of flow rate at various temperatures.
 
ER10009 Backwash Graph
BACKWASH — The graph above shows the expansion characteristics as a function of flow rate at various temperatures.
 
 
APPLICATIONS
Softening
ER10009 Softening Capacity Graph
SOFTENING CAPACITY — Capacity is based on 2:1 Ca:Mg ratio, 500 ppm TDS as CaCO3, 0.2% hardness in the salt, and 10% brine concentration applied co-currently through the resin over 30 minutes. No engineering downgrade has been applied.
 
Demineralization
ProSoft High Porosity (Hydrogen Form) can be used as the cation component in demineralization configurations where a hydrogen form cation resin is coupled with a hydroxide form anion resin. ER10010 is ideal for high flow rate polishers and where high resistance to mechanical, thermal, and oxidative stresses is required.
 
ER10009 Operating Capacity Graph
OPERATING CAPACITY — Capacity is based on 500 ppm of stated salt (as CaCO3) with 0% alkalinity, 36 inch bed depth, flow rate of 2 to 4 gpm per cu.ft., and a minimum of 30 minutes chemical injection time. Sulfuric acid concentration must be stepwise when calcium concentration exceeds 20% of total cations. No engineering downgrade has been applied.
 
Radwaste
ProSoft High Porosity is ideally suited for radwaste applications. The high crosslinking content gives it improved resistance to chemical damage caused by ionizing radiation. Structural integrity is maintained up to approximately 1 x 109 rads exposure.
 
 
ProSoft™ is a trademark of Safe Water Technologies, Inc.
 
    Features:    
  Macroporous structure greatly increases life in stressful applications where resin degradation due to thermal and oxidative effects is anticipated  
  Uniform particle size, low pressure drop  
  Superior chemical and physical stability  
  Conforms to paragraph 21CFR173.25 of the Food Additives Regulations of the US FDA  
  Certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 61 *  
  * NSF/ANSI-61 compliance requires conditioning with a minimum 20 bed volume rinse prior to first use.  
 
PART NUMBER
Sodium Form ER10009
Hydrogen Form ER10010
 
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Polymer Structure Styrene/DVB
Polymer Type Macroporous
Functional Group Sulfonic Acid
Physical Form Spherical beads
Resin Color Tan
Ionic Form (as shipped) Sodium or Hydrogen
Total Capacity
  Sodium Form
  Hydrogen Form
 
> 1.65 meq/mL
> 1.6 meq/mL
Water Retention
  Sodium Form
  Hydrogen Form
 
45 to 55%
50 to 60%
Swelling (Na to H) 3 to 5%
Screen Size Distribution 16 to 50 (US mesh)
Maximum Fines Content 1% (< 50 mesh)
Maximum Sphericity 95%
Uniformity Coefficient 1.6 approx.
Approx. Ship. Wt.
  Sodium Form
  Hydrogen Form
 
50 lb/cu.ft.
48 lb/cu.ft.
 
SUGGESTED OPERATING CONDITIONS
Maximum Temperature
  Sodium Form
  Hydrogen Form
 
300°F (149°C)
280°F (138°C)
Minimum Bed Depth 24 inches
Backwash Expansion 25 to 50%
Maximum Pressure Loss 25 psi
Operating pH Range 0 to 14
Regenerant Concentration
  Salt Cycle
  Hydrogen Cycle (Option 1)
  Hydrogen Cycle (Option 2)
 
10 to 15% NaCl
5 to 10% HCl
1 to 8% H2SO4
Regenerant Level 4 to 15 lb/cu.ft.
Regenerant Flow Rate 0.5 to 1.5 gpm/cu.ft.
Regenerant Contact Time > 20 minutes
Displacement Flow Rate Same as dilution
water
Displacement Volume 10 to 15 gal/cu.ft.
Rinse Flow Rate Same as service flow
Rinse Volume 35 to 60 gal/cu.ft.
Service Flow Rate 1 to 10 gpm/cu.ft.
 
 
* CAUTION: DO NOT MIX ION EXCHANGE RESINS WITH STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS. Nitric acid and other strong oxidizing agents can cause explosive reactions when mixed with organic materials such as ion exchange resins.
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
SWT Ion Exchange Resin Guide
Cation Resin Selection Chart
Resin Capacity Comparison Chart
 
 
This information has been gathered from standard materials and or test data that is believed to be accurate and reliable. Nothing herein shall be determined to be a warranty or representation expressed or implied with respect to the use of such information or the use of the goods described for any particular purpose alone or in combination with other goods or processes, or that their use does not conflict with existing patent rights. No license is granted to practice any patented invention. It is solely for your consideration, investigation and verification.
 
 
 
Safe Water Technologies, Inc.
996 Bluff City Boulevard
Elgin, IL 60120 USA
 
 
Telephone: +1.847.888.6900
Facsimile: +1.847.888.6924
E-mail: info@swtwater.com
https://www.swtwater.com

Last Updated: October 6, 2021