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Remove residual salts and other aqueous species from your water with up to 18 MOhm-cm resistivity

GE’s E-Cell* electrodeionization (EDI) technology removes residual salts and ionizable aqueous species - such as carbon dioxide, silica, ammonia and boron - from your water sources. The EDI systems operate chemical-free, achieve 97% water recovery, and consume only electricity. They are ideal for multiple applications including: power generation for boiler feed and NOx control, semiconductors, microelectronics, food and beverage, and pharmaceuticals.

Electrodeionization (EDI) – E-Cell Residual Salts Removal Aqueous Species Removal

E-Cell EDI Features

GE’s EDI systems provide key advantages compared to traditional ion-exchange processes:

  • Eliminates expensive and hazardous chemicals used in ion-exchange resin regeneration
  • Reduces energy and operating expenses
  • Reduces the facility size requirement
  • Helps plants meet ISO14000 requirements

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Take a virtual tour of GE's “Water Island” water treatment system which combines ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis and EDI technology to produce high quality water for power production.

Converting seawater to high purity water at Spain power plant

Located in a severely water scarce area in Tarragona, our customer, Gas Natural, needed to convert seawater into ultrapure water for power production.

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Colloidal silica, small footprint issues solved for steel mill

A Canadian steel mill turned to GE for a boiler feedwater solution that addressed the key challenges of colloidal silica, small footprint and automation.

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