The latest technology analysis of integrated circuit pure water equipment As the mainstream of the current high-tech industry, the electronics industry has developed extremely rapidly over the years. Among them, the integrated circuit industry is improving rapidly, and a large amount of water is needed in its production process. Only by using integrated
EDI ultrapure water equipment problems and solutions Industry has developed rapidly, a large amount of water is needed in its production process, and the requirements for water quality are also very high. The effluent of EDI ultra-pure water equipment can meet the standards of the Ministry of Electronics Industry. This article will introduce
Performance comparison of mixed bed and EDI 1. Working principle Mixed bed During the effective exchange period of the mixed bed, the effluent water quality is stable, and its resistivity can reach 14MΩ. Once the failure point is reached, the conductivity will rise sharply, and the effluent water quality will also be
Process flow and application fields of ultrapure water in the electronics industry Process flow for preparing ultrapure water for electronics industry The process of preparing ultrapure water in the electronics industry can be roughly divided into the following three types: The traditional water treatment method of using ion exchange resin to
Overview and characteristics of ultrapure water systems in the electronics industry 1. Overview of ultrapure water in the electronics industry Semiconductors, integrated circuit chips and packaging, liquid crystal displays, high-precision circuit boards, optoelectronic devices, various electronic devices, microelectronics industry, large-scale and ultra-large-scale integrated circuits require large amounts of pure water, high-purity water,
Features and process flow of EDI ultrapure water equipment Features of EDI ultrapure water equipment In order to meet the needs of users, achieve water quality that meets the standards, reduce pollution at all levels as much as possible, extend the service life of equipment, and reduce the maintenance workload of operators.
EDI ultrapure water system working principle and principle technology introduction Reverse osmosis (RO) technology is a method that uses membrane separation to remove ions in water. Although the reverse osmosis system removes 95%-98% of ions in water, it cannot meet the requirements of industrial production. The subsequent processes must use ion exchange equipment.
Ten advantages of EDI electric desalination system 1. Simple installation conditions When installing electric desalination, the floor space is small and the workshop can meet the requirements. For lower workshops, it can be solved by the horizontal configuration of electric desalination modules. 2. The system design is simple The modular
Chiwatec EDI high-purity water equipment installation description How EDI works: EDI device fills the ion exchange resin between the anion/cation exchange membranes to form an EDI unit. In the EDI module, a certain number of EDI units are separated by a mesh to form a concentrated water chamber. The cathode/anode electrodes are
Overview of EDI ultrapure water equipment EDI (Electro-de-ionization, continuous electro-de-ionization) is also called EDI and continuous electro-deionization. It is a process in which mixed ion exchange resins are used to adsorb the anions and cations in the water, and these adsorbed ions are removed by the exchange membrane through the anion and cation