Register now for the ResinTech Online Educational Series (ROES), a webinar series that discusses water and wastewater issues that matter most to the water treatment industry. Join via Zoom on Wednesday, March 3 at 2 p.m. ET for Removal of Trace Contaminants: How Ion Exchange Resins Really Work. Click here to register.
While useful for water softening, deionizing and occasionally for removal of other contaminants such as nitrates or tannins, IX resins might be at their very finest removing traces of toxic contaminants like chromium, mercury, lead, PFAS and many others found in potable water supplies. In this introductory webinar, ResinTech Technical Director, Peter Meyers will discuss the basics of how ion exchange resins really work and set the stage for future presentations that focus on specific contaminants and the ion exchange resins that can remove them.
About the host
Peter Meyers has a fascination with ion exchange that began in high school chemistry class and has never ended. During a career that now spans nearly a half-century, he has participated in almost every aspect ion exchange — from engineering & process design to installation, start-up and troubleshooting. Meyers’ passion for water treatment has made him one of the industry’s most prolific and sought-after speakers and authors. He holds several patents and has presented around the world on a wide range of ion exchange topics from demineralization, condensate polishing and softening to industrial process design and operation.