Specialist Filters-ammonia removal

The process of protein decay in nature or industry may be the reason of polluting the water with ammonia. Ammonia (NH3) is well dissolving gas, which is highly toxic to water and environment.

Ammonia is most often removed from water with special selective ion exchange sorbents. These resins are regenerated with salt (NaCl). The systems of this type should work constantly and be fully automatic.

Advantages of our ammonia removing systems:

  • Corrosion-proof housing

  • Media lifetime till 20 years

  • High durability tanks

  • Fully automatic (time or volume control)

  • Low operating outlays

  • Water bypass in the control valve, making water flow during regeneration possible

  • Possibility to control the quantity of the salt, used for regeneration, ipso facto the quantity of water between regenerations

  • Short regeneration time

Please find detailed information in the files below.