What is de-mineralised water

The process of “water de-mineralised” utilises synthetic “ion exchange” resin. We use predominantly “regeneratable” resin rather than throw away resin and it is environmentally friendly. Our aim is to have a close to zero environmental foot print. 

The chemistry structure of all minerals has them with either a positive or negative charge. As the water is forced through the resin,  all the minerals are attracted to the charge on each resin bed, becoming trapped within the resin column. 

The bigger the resin volume the more litres of water the unit will purify. Once the resin is exhausted (trapped as many minerals as possible) we regenerate it, with no resin going to our local land fill. 

The Jetwash System : How ‘de-mineralising” works: 

In the last 3 years, due to the increase in purity requirements to feed the “new generation” laboratory analysers, we have had to learn even more about water! And how to clean it! It is with this knowledge and intellectual property that we serve our customers. 

Washing glass/Perspex, paint etc. with town supply “tap water”, any water that is not pure H20, results in mineral deposits being left behind as the water evaporates, forming “water marks”. Most minerals will wash off, however not all. These nasty’s cause an etching effect, that we know is hard to remove, leaving paint work and chrome dull, and glass/Perspex with visible damage. 

Using a chamois or towel to remove the bulk of the water has been tried, as you know often leaving fine scratches, or worse still a visible scratch from a single speck of grit trapped in the cloth. The Jetwash System makes pure “de-mineralised” water to rinse the surface after washing, leaving only the pure H20 to evaporate. 

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Jetwash Systems

8B Dakota Drive

Whitianga, 3510

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