Deionising Resin & Remineralisation
DI resin and remineralisation are important components in reverse osmosis systems. Together, deionisation and remineralisation enhance the quality and taste of RO-filtered water for various dental & fishkeeping & domestic applications.
Our products are designed to help you get the best results and longest lifespan from your RO system. Discover our high-quality selection of deionising resin and remineralisation products and benefit from quick UK & international delivery.
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When maintaining your RO system, it is vital to ensure you take care of all of the essential system components. DI Resin is used to purify water after the RO membrane by removing any remaining ions, resulting in extremely pure water, often used in laboratory settings.
On the other hand, remineralisation is the process of adding essential minerals like calcium and magnesium back into the RO-treated water. This step ensures the water is not only pure but also healthy and great-tasting, as it prevents the water from becoming too acidic or flat.
Our range includes everything you need to ensure your RO system works to the best of its potential, including:
- Finerfilters remineralisation in-line water filter
- Tulsion Mixed Bed DI Resin
- Tulsion Mixed Bed DI Resin (25L Bag)
- Finerfilters refillable in-line housing for DI resin
Using Delonising Resin and Remineralisation Products
DI resin and remineralisation products are utilised in a sequential process to enhance water quality in reverse osmosis. If you need any additional information on how to use our DI Resin and Remineralisation products, contact a member of our helpful team. We’re always happy to advise you.
What is the purpose of deionising resin?
DI resin is used to purify water by removing minerals and impurities, making it suitable for various applications such as laboratory work, car detailing, and electronics manufacturing.
How do remineralisation products work?
Remineralisation products reintroduce essential minerals like calcium and magnesium back into water after the deionisation process. This helps balance the water's mineral content for safe consumption or specific needs.
How often do you change DI resin?
While DI Resin itself has a lifespan of about 5-10 years, how often you replace it in your system will largely depend on the quality and flow of your water supply. Using a TDS meter to monitor water quality is the best way to when to replace DI Resin in your RO housing.