- High selective As removal resin
- Supporting equipment
- simple operating
- High removal rate
- Low residual<5ppb
- long working life
MCR14-Arsenic removal ion exchange resin
Macroporous chelating resin contains iron oxide is used for removing arsenic.
MCR14 is a macroporous chelating resin with polystyrene matrix and contains iron oxide. It shows a high selectivity to arsenic.
The particle size is in standard gaussian distribution with 0.315-1.25mm >95%.
MCR14 shows good mechanical strength and outstanding operation capacity and long service life.
MCR14 is used to remove arsenic from underground water less than 5ppb, it is ideal for using in neutral an alkali application, and regenerated with acid.
Due to the less arsenic content in underground water and high removal capacity 4g/L of resin, generally the system could be working 3-6 month or more at 10-30m/h flow rate.
- Application:remove Arsenic
- Matrix: ST/DVB
- Type: Macroporous
- Functional group: iron oxide
- Ionic form: neutral
- Appearance: Brownish Red opaque Spherical beads
Physical and Chemical Properties:
1 Total exchange capacity (Arsenic g/L) ≥4
2 Moisture retention (%) 50-60
3 Particle size range (%) 0.315-1.25 mm ≥95
4 Whole beads (%) ≥96
5 Shipping weight (g/ml) 0.75-0.85
6 Specific gravity (g/ml) 1.18-1.28
7 Uniformity coefficient <1.6