Electrodialysis Reversal (EDR) Self-cleaning, durable membrane system ideal for turbid wastewater.
What does EDR stand for?
EDR stands for Electrodialysis Reversal
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The E-Separation technology group includes electro-deionization, electrodialysis, capacitive deionization, reverse electrodialysis, electrodialysis reversal.
GE also provides technologies and services for water reuse and desalination including fillers and membranes and chemicals for seawater and brackish water; electrodialysis reversal technology for the recovery and reuse of saline water; reverse osmosis desalination systems; and build-own-operate service offerings.
GE's water-related portfolio includes the following products qualified under GE's Ecomagination: ABMet*, advanced membrane, desalination, E-Cell electrodeionization system*, electrodialysis reversal (EDR), GenGard* cooling water solution and ZeeWeed* membrane technology.
6 million contract, Foss will replace its existing electrodialysis (ED) membrane-based system with the newest version electrodialysis reversal (EDR) system, the Ionics EDR 2020(R) system.
In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following markets: ultraviolet (UV) equipment, ozone equipment, ion exchange equipment, reverse osmosis (RO) equipment, microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF) equipment, electrodialysis (ED) as well as electrodialysis reversal (EDR) and electrodeionization (EDI) equipment.
The desalting plant will be unique in that it will utilize and evaluate three water purification technologies -- electrodialysis reversal, nanofiltration and reverse osmosis.
GE Water & Process Technologies, a unit of General Electric Company (NYSE:GE), launched the next generation of Electrodialysis Reversal (EDR) solutions today - enhancing its portfolio of advanced water and wastewater treatment solutions designed to address the world's growing water demands.