We now introduce the F-3 cartridge type deioniser (patented).
The most convenient, small-size ion exchange water deioniser, which enables the
user to obtain water typically lower in conductivity and total dissolved solids
than distilled water, and which dispenses wholly with the troublesome procedure
of resin regeneration. The F-3 is a rugged, pre-engineered, pre-assembled,
standardized unit that eliminates expensive installation and start-up costs.
Years of research and experience are reflected in the
engineering of the F-3 deionisers. We understand the complex factors that
affect deionisation systems’ performance and reliability, and have designed our
F-3 to maximize it’s efficiency.
We recommend this moderately priced water deioniser, F-3,
with which deionised water may be obtained instantly whenever necessary and in
whatever quantity desired.
The F-3 is unlike other water-purifying equipment, owing to
the employment of very strong base anion exchange resin, the F-3 shows
excellent effect in removing silica and is almost free of organic fouling of
the resin. The unit consists of a three litre resin column, wall mounted and is
easily installed. The unit is supplied
complete with tubing and tap adaptor.
The F-3 is unlike some other water deionisers as it
dispenses wholly with the messy and troublesome procedures of resin
regeneration. Once the resin is
exhausted it can be simply replaced with a new cartridge readily available from
us. The resin column is easily removed from the housing and the new cartridge
can be installed in seconds.
The F-3 is fitted with an Organo Water Monitor (patented).
This unit is supplied as an intermittent tester (dry cell battery operated).
When pure water is being produced, the green lamp will be lighted, but when
impurities begin to mix, the red lamp will be lighted ….. water is essentially
non-conductive, and therefore, when water of high purity is being produced, no
current is conducted and the green lamp will be lighted. However, when the
purity is lost and impurities begin to mix, water becomes a conductor, allowing
current to flow, causing the red lamp to light up. In the F-3 the red/green light indicators are
the standard by which the purity of the water is judged.