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NewRapide Strata short cycle regeneration deionisers from Veolia Water Technologies UK

Posted: Tuesday 26th September 2017

Veolia Water Technologies UK (Veolia) has launched four new Rapide Strata short cycle regeneration deionisers, offering flow rates from 2.5 to 60 m3/hr. The extended range provides users with greater choice around flow quantities and more compact solutions.

The new Rapide Strata models - 23+ 32+ 45+, 60+ - are intended for industrial applications with large high purity water requirements, allowing a single system to meet demand. Their unique design offers total generation times from 35 to 80 minutes, depending on the model, and saves up to 40% on operational and wastewater costs compared with conventional deionisation systems.

Developed for maximum operational flexibility, the deionisers can operate in duplex mode to enable continuous water production and increased capacity, with a choice of continuous, intermittent or zero recirculation. Each unit is supplied as a skid-mounted, standardised system to ensure short lead times, quick installation and rapid start-up, and an intuitive human machine interface (HMI) makes every Rapide Strata unit simple to operate. Continuous conductivity monitoring is combined with an auto service shut-off and alarm to ensure water quality is maintained and the new units are all compatible with Veolia's cloud-based monitoring tools, making it easy to access and manage your water treatment systems.

Rapide Strata deionisers are aimed at a wide range of industrial markets - from petrochemical and power to food & beverage and automotive - and are already in use across many organisations, proving a popular choice with process engineers, operational managers and project managers.

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