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But Shapley says the catalyst could be used to remove the perchlorate from the brine left over after the regeneration of used ion-exchange resins.
They incorporate Milliken Chemical's inorganic AlphaSan antimicrobial, a zirconium phosphate-based ceramic ion-exchange resin containing silver.
Elastoguard uses Alphasan AgNaZr phosphate ion-exchange resin that permeates the entire rubber part.
Ziolo makes these orange magnetic beads in an ion-exchange resin used commercially as a water softener.
Key Topics Covered: - Ion-Exchange Resins: General Description, Production, Uses - Market For Ion-Exchange Resins In Russia - Market For Ion Exchange Resins In Ukraine - Global Market For Ion-Exchange Resins - Companies Producing Ion-Exchange Resins - Traders At The Ion-Exchange Resin Market - Investment Projects - Consumers Of Ionites - Resin-In-Pulp Process Companies Mentioned - Dow Chemical - Purolite - Rohm & Haas - Mitsubishi Chemical's - VarionEx (Nitrochemie, Hungary) - Selan Traiding Ltd - Jiangsu Suqing Water Treatment Engineering Group - Taiyuan Resin Factory - Kingland Chemicals Company Limited - ResinTech, Inc.
In 1993 the company re-entered the CIS market providing the industry with ion-exchange resins, biocides and agrochemicals.
imagine the possibilities[TM] About Rohm and Haas in Russia The company has been present in the USSR since mid 1970s supplying chemicals for agriculture (pesticides, herbicides and fungicides) and ion-exchange resins through soviet foreign trade organizations.
Ion-Exchange Resins (IEX) are used in a wide variety of areas which include the manufacture of drinking water, beverage, food pharmaceuticals, industrial process water, precious metals, to name a few.