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C100H, Strong Acid Cation Resin, H Form

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50213-250 250 ml
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Description

Purolite® C100H, Strong Acid Cation Resin, H Form is primarily used in the cation stage of demineralization plants used in industrial water treatment employing coflow regeneration. This premium gel product, supplied in the regenerated hydrogen form and has been optimized to give a high working capacity and good kinetic performance across a wide range of operating conditions. It can be regenerated with mineral acids and commonly either hydrochloric acid or sulfuric acid is employed. The performance can be improved by increasing the amount of acid applied.

This product is also available in special grades which offer improved performance in both coflow regenerated plant and in a wide range of counterflow regenerated systems as well as for use in layered beds, polishing mixed beds and other special applications. The expected performance is demonstrated in the PureDesign Program and this product is also available in the sodium form as C100.

  • Application - Demineralization - supplied in H+ form
  • Polymer Structure - Gel polystyrene crosslinked with DVB
  • Appearance - Amber, clear spherical beads
  • Functional Group - Sulfonic acid
  • Ionic Form as Shipped - H+
Product Information
Total Capacity (min.) 2.0 eq/l (43.7 Kgr/ft3) (Na+ form)
Moisture Retention 51 - 55 % (H+ form)
Particle Size Range 300 - 1200 µm
<300 µm (max.) 1 %
Uniformity Coefficient (max.) 1.7
Reversible Swelling, Na+ → H+ (max.) 8 %
Specific Gravity 1.20
Shipping Weight (approx.) 745 - 785 g/l (46.6 - 49.1 lb/ft3)
Temperature Limit 120°C (250°F)

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