FA202 is a macroporous type II strong base anion exchange resin. Its macroporous structure offers excellent resistance to osmotic and physical shock.
FA202 has a high operating capacity, especially on water source with higher salt content. In a conventional two-stage deionizing plant, its silica-removal properties are comparable with those of any premium type II strong base anion resin; however, as with other resins of this type, a polishing mixed-bed is necessary to ensure the lowest levels of residual silica.
FA202 is intended for use in the chloride form for removal of contaminants such as nitrate, arsenate, chromate, uranium, etc., as well as in the hydroxide form for all types of deionizing systems. FA202-OH is especially well suited for use for systems where amine odors might be objectionable.
FA202 is supplied in the chloride form or in the hydroxide form.
- Industrial demineralization when regenerated with alkalis
- Trace Contaminant, Sulfate, Nitrate Removal
- Decolorization of Sugar Solutions
|Polymer Structure||Macroporous polystyrene crosslinked with DVB|
|Functional Group||Quatemary Amine, Type II|
|Ionic Form||Cl- / OH-|
|Particle Size (mm)||0.315-1.25 ≥95%
Note: Other particle size ranges are also available.
|Uniformity Coefficient||1.6 max.|
|Total Capacity (eq/l)||1.15 min. / 0.90 min.|
|Shipping Weight (g/l)||700 / 690|
|Specific Density (g/ml)||1.08 / 1.07|
|Reversible Swelling, Cl-→OH-||15% max.|
|Temperature Limit||100℃ max. / 35℃ max.|