FA500 is a Macroporous Type I strong base anion exchange resin with an acrylic matrix. The acrylic matrix ensures excellent removal of organic matter from a water supply in conjunction with their reversible removal upon regeneration.
FA500 is regenerated very efficiently with lower levels of sodium hydroxide than those required for a polystyrene based type I resin, and yet it has a comparable ability to remove weaker acids including carbonic acid and silica. Its use in combination with a polystyrene based resin can often result in the removal of a wider spectrum of organic compounds than either type of anion resin alone, and is particularly resistant to organic fouling, even where loadings are relatively high.
- Decolorization of Sugar Solutions
- Organic Scavenger
|Polymer Structure||Macroporous polyacrylic crosslinked with DVB|
|Functional Group||Quatemary Amine|
|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)||0.80 min.|
|Shipping Weight (g/l)||720|
|Specific Density (g/ml)||1.07|
|Reversible Swelling, Cl-→OH-||20% max.|
|Temperature Limit||80℃ max.|