Deionization tanks(bottles) will ultimately exhaust their capacity to treat the water and need to either be regenerated or rebedded.

To support our full-line of deionization products, we offer in-house regeneration of single and mixed bed tanks or totes ranging in size up to 70 cubic feet, customer owned tank/resin segregation or UIS owned.

Additionally, we perform rebedding both on-site and off-site.

  • Regulatory compliant (ISO, 510(k), GMP facilities)
  • Multiple regeneration facilities
  • Rapid turn-around
  • Performance tested
  • Single digit ppb TOC tape read out
  • Flexible programs(rental or purchase or cost per gallon)


Additional Information 
State of the Art DI Plant

Ultrapure high purity resin regeneration production facilities located at Dallas, Austin, Victoria, and Indiana capable of batch regens and isolation of customer owned resins, This facilities can produce water to 18 meg and single digit PPB TOC. Ultrapure & Industrial Services, LLC is ISO 9001:2008 compliant and 510K registered with the FDA. Ultrapure serves thousands of industrial and commercial customers using ion-exchange technology including but not limited to power, electronics, semiconductor, manufacturing, process, food & beverage, pharma, medical/lab, hydraulic fracturing, education, science, hospitality, car washes, and government.

State of the Art De Ionization Plant

FDA ClearedWater Environment FederationMember of the Water Quality Association

Mobile Solutions

Ultrapure can deploy GE mobile deionization trailers with varying capacities for use at your facilty.  This can be a short-term or long-term deployement based upon your needs.

GE mobile Deionization trailer


 A medical procedure to remove fluid and waste products from the blood and to correct electrolyte imbalances. This is accomplished using a machine and a dialyzer, also referred to as an "artificial kidney." Hemodialysis is used to treat both acute (temporary) and chronic.

Carbon Re-Bed     Carbon Sales    Standards

Hemodialysis Deionization ApplicationHeamodialysis Deionization Application in treatment center

Deionization filtration system for hemodialysis

Questions to ask yourself
  1. What quality of water is required?

  2. Resistivity, conductivity, PPM, TDS, Particulates, Plate Count, Ohms, Mhos, Siemens, Etc.  All quality issues must be known.

  3. Is there a Bacteria Spec?

  4. Is there a TOC Spec?

  5. Is there an endotoxin Spec?

  6. Is there a TDS Spec?

  7. Is there an ohm’s resistivity spec? or conductivity?

  8. If they want “just PEDI mixed bed water” what does that mean specifically in quality?  18Meg? 10 Meg? 200K? Etc.  What is the minimum/maximum resistivity, conductivity, (see all above points)

  9. Is the application batch or continuous or sporadic?

  10. If batch, how much per batch? How many batches per day/week/month?

  11. If continuous, is this 8 hpd/24/7/365, sporadic?

  12. How many points of use are there?  Are there different qualities needed at each point? Is recirculation needed at one or more points to keep the quality up?

  13. Is an RO storage tank necessary?

  14. How critical is it is the RO goes down?  Is redundancy needed or extra pumps?

  15. Future expansion?  Piping issues, space issues, cement pad issues, pre-treatment issues, and storage issues?

  16. If so, what size, and where is it put? (before PEDI or after?)

  17. How about bacteria issues in the storage tank?  This begs recirculation and UV issues?

  18. Repressurization pump after RO storage.  Need flow rate of product water to batch, size of piping to batch, length of piping and quality of piping.

  19. Minimum – maximum flows, channeling, peaks, continuous.  All necessary discussions.  Possible recirculations for proper flows.

  20. Is the 18 GPM RO need based on what?  77° or 60°, or 55° or 52° - or how was this RO determined?

  21. What is incoming water pressure?  Will there need to be a pre-booster pump?

  22. Has an SDI test been done on site?  This is critical for membrane fouling issues and operational issues including flux rate and proper RO sizing.

  23. Has there been osmotic back pressure discussions?

  24. is CO2 an issue – as membranes won’t remove CO2 and DI’s may exhaust extremely prematurely.

  25. PEDI questions – 9” vs. 12” vs. 14” vs. dual bed SB, pre-treatment vs. in-series PEDI MB.

  26. Monitoring water at all points – is there a system to shut equipment down when quality drops below spec?

  27. Has EDI been brought up?

  28. What is going on with the auto-DI discussions?  Many more questions / issues here! Neutralization, chart graphing, MPCA issues, separation, recirculation, quality control.

  29. Space requirements for total system VS what is available?  This includes floor footprint, height, doors, docks, stairs, piping in the way, hoists, lifts.

  30. Power and drain requirements? For all components.

  31. Pre-Treatment needs – Depth filters, softeners, iron filters, carbons, 10 micron, UV, feeders.

  32. Will there be any install, start-up, PM’s, service contract needs, chemicals, salt.

  33. Spare Parts?

  34. How long will membranes last??  At what % rejection will they need to be replaced / cleaned?

  35. Clean in place skid – is it required?