Boron Removal

  • High B selective resin
  • Supporting equipment
  • simple operating
  • High removal rate
  • Low residual<1ppm
  • long working life

More Details About Boron Removal Resin

KIVI MCR80

Macroporous N-Methylglucamine chelating resin is used for remove boron

MCR80 is a macroporous chelating resin with polystyrene matrix and N-Methylglucamine function group.

MCR80 is designed for boron selectivity, there is the chelation between N-Methylglucamine and boron when pH 7-14, and desorption when pH<7.

The particle size is in standard gaussian distribution with 0.315-1.25mm >95%.

MCR80 has excellent chemical and physical stability in strong osmotic and thermal shock.

MCR80 could adsorb boron above pH>6, the recommend condition is pH 8-10, at 60℃.and desorbed at acid media to recover free amine.

MCR80 has excellent efficiency ability removal boron mainly from irrigation water, sea water and other high concentration brine. After treated by resin, the solution boron should be less than 1 ppm.

Basic Features:

  • Application: B removal
  • Matrix: ST/DVB
  • Type: Macroporous
  • Functional group: Methylglucamine
  • Ionic form: free amine
  • Appearance: Beige opaque Spherical beads

Physical and Chemical Properties:

1 Total exchange capacity (eq/L) free base ≥0.9
2 Moisture retention (%) free base 48-54
3 Particle size range (%) 0.315-1.25 mm ≥95
4 Whole beads (%) ≥96
5 Shipping weight (g/ml) free base 0.65-0.75
6 Specific gravity (g/ml) free base 1.05-1.15
7 Uniformity coefficient <1.6