Discover the Difference of CEDI
What’s the difference between conventional mixed-bed deionization and CEDI? First and foremost, conventional deionization (DI) methods use bottles filled with resin. These bottles require maintenance in manners that our CEDI technology does not. With the traditional methods, you’re required to call a service provider to exchange the DI bottles regularly. Some companies choose to handle the regeneration of their DI bottles, which requires the use of expensive chemicals, as well as an extensive amount of time from a laborer.
Time is money. Therefore, you cannot afford to shut down operations to have your DI bottles exchanged. Nor should you worry about spending money on expensive chemicals to regenerate your bottles. Our CEDI modules eliminate the need. In addition, our technologies also eradicate the waste neutralization steps. It’s true that the upfront capital equipment costs are typically greater with continuous electrodeionization than the costs of the conventional DI systems. Once installed, however, you’ll see a drastic decrease in your operating costs because the system doesn’t require the use of regeneration chemicals, or the time and money associated with labor and maintenance.