Our know-how combines the selectivity of chromatography resins with the demands for modern water purification
The basis of our absorption resins is instrAction technology, which has its origins in the selective chromatographic phases of pharmaceutical processes. Heavy metals, bacteria and micropollutants are completely removed.
The ideal combination of firmly anchored binding groups on our resins makes it possible to irreversibly bind contaminants from drinking water while simultaneously leaving useful nutrients in the drinking water. The novel instrAction absorber resins are made by chemically functionalizing the surfaces on a wide range of porous substrates. The extraordinarily high selectivity and capacity of the instrAction resins is achieved by a chemically very stable immobilization of an optimal combination of different chemical bonding groups. To make this possible, the entire surface of the carrier material is previously homogeneously coated with a polymer, which is then cross-linked for stabilization. The selective binding of unwanted contaminants from drinking water is achieved through an optimally complementary, multivalent-multimodal interaction between individual contaminant and stationary phase.
Special resins for the removal of heavy metals, bacteria and micro pollutants are available on a variety of carriers, which are adapted to individual customer requirements.