POE Systems with Aldex CR-26 Media:
Charger POE water treatment removes arsenic using metal-oxide nano-particles that are precipitated within the resin bed where they form very strong chemical bonds with arsenite (As III) and arsenate (As V). *When used with Aldex CR-26 media they also provide excellent removal of iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide contamination from potable and non-potable aqueous streams.
• Built in flow control
• Easy-to-read LCD screen
• Variable backwashing
• Built in ports for water sampling
• Reliable, high performance operation without chemicals or brine
• Long, useful life
• Economical to operate
Unique Multiple Contaminant Removal
Aldex CR-26 is extrordinary for its ability to remove multiple water contaminents delivering a more complete conditioning of water in a single treatment system.
Potable and Non-potable Water Applications
Aldex CR-26 requires less contact time and is like standard softening resins in bulk density and handling making it an ideal choice for point-of-entry systems. Aldex CR-26 can be backwashed at lower flow rates to achieve ideal bed expansion needed to remove metal oxide precipitates generated during the service cycle. Aldex CR-26 is easy to handle versus other oxidative media and many naturally occurring zeolites.
The oxidative chemical locked inside Aldex CR-26 beads is regenerated via the dissolved oxygen in the backwash water. This means chemicals such as chlorine dioxide, potassium permanganate, chlorine or sodium chloride brine solution are not needed for regeneration.
Aldex CR-26 can be backwashed at lower flow rates to achieve ideal bed expansion needed to remove metal-oxide precipitates generated during the service cycle. Refer to CR-26 bulletin for backwash flow rates. Daily backwash is recommended.
Aldex CR-26 is easy to handle versus other oxidative media and many naturally occurring zeolites.
Due to the unique nature of Aldex CR-26 and its function as an oxidizing agent encapsulate within an ion exchange bead, a long service life of 7 to 10 years is expected.
Once exhausted, Aldex CR-26 media is non-toxic! It passes Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP), (EPA test method 1311) and may be disposed of as a non-hazardous material.