Be it a straightforward single (simplex)- or double-bed (duplex) water softening system, or a more complex multi-bed demineralisation or mixed polishing system, or super-deionised (SDI) or continuous electro-deionisation (CEDI) system, we have all these pre-designed in the most compact and ideal configurations on skids – easy for selection in views of different applications, short lead time for production, cost-effective for container shipping, hassle-free installation at project sites, trouble-free (post factory-acceptance tests) testing and commissioning at sites before actual operations.
Containerising a standard IX system is challenging in view of the column tanks (of different diameters and heights) required by the process designs. Often than not, high-cube 40’ containers may have to be applied to provide not only the height clearance required by the tanks, but also for the clearance required for maintenance and the change-out process of resins (or the unloading and unloading of the resin will have to be carried out externally, having the tanks disassembled out of the containers). However, containerised IX systems certainly offer many advantages as well depending on the end-users’ requirements and their sites’ constraints, apart from the usual ease of mobility of the systems in term of shipments and transportation.
Some industrial applications requiring IX technology may require high capacity systems. Such industrial sectors may include power plant operation, refinery processing and the like. Our teams are experienced in providing modular skids for ease of shipment and installation at the project sites, or specifically configured systems to suit a certain site layout constraints. Where large tanks are required for such purposes, or when carbon or stainless steel tanks are required for a certain applications, we provide ASME-certified (or other international standard-compliant) tanks for such projects.