Approx. Rs 2.8 Lakh / SetGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||01 Set|
|Storage Capacity||05 m3 up to 3600 m3|
|Usage/Application||Water Treatment Plats|
|Shape||Vertical / Cylendrical|
|Max Pressure||150 mm WC|
|Design Type||our standard|
|Diameter||as per our design|
|Height||as per our design|
In water demineralisation, a degasifier, or degasser, is often used to remove dissolved carbon dioxide after cation exchange. The most common degassers are of the so-called forced draft or atmospheric type.
After cation exchange, the bicarbonate and carbonate (if any) ions are converted to carbonic acid, or carbon dioxide. CO2 is soluble in water (see graph below), but it tends to escape into the air, much as it does in a glass of Coca-Cola when you stir it. Using a degasser to remove CO2 reduces the ionic load on the strong base anion resin, and the consumption of caustic soda is thus lower.
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