Specialty Resin
swtwater.com ProBlend™ Low TOC Throw
High Porosity Mixed-Bed Resin
ProBlend™ LT-HP (P/N ER30011) is a high grade mixed-bed made to attain very low leachable TOC levels. The product is fully tested to ensure its ability to achieve 18 megohm resistivity. Each batch is also tested to ensure its ability to rinse to below 25 ppb of leachable TOC in less than 25 bed volumes from start up and to below 10 ppb in less than 50 bed volumes.
Portable Exchange D.I. (PEDI)
Cooling Water
Laboratory and Pharmaceutical
Cartridge demineralizers
Boiler Feedwater
Chemical and Photographic Solutions
ProBlend LT-HP 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.
ProBlend LT-HP Backwash Graph
BACKWASH — The backwash step is used to separate the components prior to regeneration and to remove particles. The separation is optimized at a bed expansion of 50 to 75 percent.
Extended exposure to strong oxidizers (such as chlorine, hydrogen peroxide, and concentrated nitric acid) degrade the structural backbone of the resin and should be avoided.
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.
ProBlend™ is a trademark of Safe Water Technologies, Inc.
  Conforms to paragraph 21 CFR173.25 of the Food Additives Regulations of the FDA  
  Designed to provide ultra-high purity water  
  High operating capacity  
  Low effluent TOC values  
  Superior organic fouling resistance  
  Excellent regenerable capacities for inorganic and organic ions  
Part Number ER30011
Functional Structure
  Cation (Hydrogen Form)
  Anion (Hydroxyl Form)
RSO3-H+ (Gel)
R4N+OH- (Type 1 Gel)
Physical Form Spherical beads
Screen Size Distribution
  + 16 mesh (US Std.)
  – 45 mesh (US Std.)

2% maximum
2% maximum
Moisture Content
(as shipped)
65% maximum
Volume Ratio (as shipped)
Total Capacity
  Cation (Na+ form)
  Anion (Cl- form)
1.95 meq/mL min.
1.25 meq/mL min.
Column Operating Capacity 0.55 meq/mL (12 Kgrs/cu.ft.) minimum to electrolyte breakthru during initial cycle.
Approx. Ship. Wt. 43 lb/cu.ft.
Standard Packaging 5 or 7 cu.ft. plastic lined fiber drums
Maximum Temperature
175°F (80°C)
140°F (60°C)
Operating Flow Rate (Typical) 2 to 10 gpm/cu.ft.
pH Range 0 to 14
Backwash Rate
  50% Bed Exp. @60°F
(See graph left)
  2.8 gpm/sq.ft.
Pressure Drop See graph left
Metals Content (Typical Dry Wt)
  Iron (Fe)
  Copper (Cu)
  Lead (Pb)
100 ppm maximum
50 ppm maximum
50 ppm maximum
Percent Conversions to Ionic Form
  Cation H
  Anion OH
  Anion Cl + SO4
  Anion CO3
99% minimum
95% minimum**
5% maximum
** (see note below)
* 6 month typical resin life at 175°F (80°C).
Hydroxides measured in anion component prior to mixing. The CO3 level measured immediately after production is held to the same specifications as the SO4. Actual CO3 levels may change during storage and shipment due to adsorption of CO2 from the atmosphere. We recommend keeping all containers sealed closed until use. For longer storage times, gas barrier packaging (mylar) is suggested. Contact your SWT representative for more information.
SWT Ion Exchange Resin Guide
SWT ProBlend High Capacity Resins Comparison Table
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

Last Updated: December 15, 2021