Service Deionization & Carbon

Service DI and Carbon Exchange Service

Service Exchange Deionization Products

  • Activated Carbon Units
    Activated Carbon Units remove both chlorine and dissolved organic contaminants. Suitable for demanding applications such as hemodialysis.
  • Dialysis Carbon Units
    Dialysis Carbon Units remove both chlorine and dissolved organic contaminants.
  • Cation Deionizers
    Cation Deionizers have a high capacity to remove positively charged dissolved ionic contaminants such as calcium, sodium, magnesium, potassium, iron, and manganese.
  • Anion Bed Deionizers
    Anion Bed Deionizers have a high capacity to remove negatively charged dissolved ionic contaminants such as carbonate, bicarbonates, sulfates, chlorides, nitrates and silica.
  • Mixed Bed Deionizers
    Mixed Bed Deionizers enhanced removal of silica and CO2 , as well as provide higher quality, and a more neutral pH than separate bed systems.
  • Polished Mixed-Bed Deionizers
    Polished Mixed-Bed Deionizers are charged with a low TOC semi-conductor grade resin to provide superior silica removal, and significantly lower TOC levels.
  • Dedicated Resin Deionizers
    Dedicated Resin Deionizers are used in special situations such as validated systems, where the resin from a specific client is not mixed with other resins, but regenerated in a dedicated process.
  • Macroporous Organic Scavenger Resins
    Macroporous Organic Scavenger Resins offer extra-large internal surface areas, and can therefore provide an effective method for the removal of organic matter such as tanning and Lignins. (Available in Canada only)

Service Exchange Deionization Quality Control

At Mar Cor, there are no shortcuts on quality. Proper regeneration is critical for optimum performance, exchange capacity, total volume output and low operating cost. Our quality control specialists carefully pretest, then select only resin lots that meet our stringent requirements, assuring you the highest quality water and maximum performance from each regenerated deionizer. For critical hemodialysis applications our SDI systems are regenerated in US FDAQSR Inspected facilities in accordance as well as Health Canada.

Quality control of the entire process is critical to meeting the needs and expectations of our customers, and we have the highest level of quality control in the industry. From incoming QC of resins and tanks to verification of regeneration procedures to tank traceability, all aspects of the process are provided.

In addition to the full line of SDI Products , Mar Cor’s service team can provide related items such as replacement parts, filter cartridges, membranes, UV lights and various types of instrumentation.

Quality Tested Before it Reaches You

Each regenerated service unit is tested for pressure integrity and product water quality before it is installed in your plant.

Quality Control

  • Incoming QC
    Raw materials must meet quality specifications.
  • In-Process QC
    Each component has its own operating criteria, and the entire process is monitored.
  • Final Product QC
    Materials are double checked for quality with results recorded in the batch record.
  • Sanitization
    Each service unit is chemically sanitized before refilling.
  • Document Control
    We have a comprehensive document control system. No process changes are made without proper notification and approval.
  • Tank Traceability
    The serial number of each service unit is recorded on the production control log, so total traceability is ensured.


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Service Exchange Catalytic Carbon Tanks (Canada Only)

(P/N: 3027951)


Service Exchange Activated Carbon Tanks (Canada Only)

(P/N: 484921)


Service Exchange Type A Mixed Mixed Bed Deionization Tanks (Canada Only)

(P/N: 3027564)


Service Exchange Activated Carbon Tanks (U.S. Only)

(P/N: 484926)


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