Special chelating resin for copper removal , deep copper removal
Heavy metals are difficult to biodegrade and accumulate in the environment, and can have long-term adverse effects on the environment and human health. How to completely eliminate heavy metal pollution and recover water and heavy metal resources in heavy metal-containing wastewater has become the focus of scholars dedicated to environmental protection research. How to deal with copper ions in various water sources has become a concern of many companies.
The special chelating resin for copper removal provided by Suzhou Bojie Resin Technology Co., Ltd. has strong selectivity and remarkable effect in removing copper. It is widely used.
In addition to copper in chemical wastewater, copper in electroplating wastewater, copper in etching solution, and removal of trace copper in drinking water and surface water. The resin has high mechanical strength, high adsorption rate, mild operating conditions and simple equipment, which greatly reduces the production and operation costs for the enterprise, making it easier to achieve environmentally friendly enterprises and lower cost.
About the company
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- Nov 2015
Suzhou Bojie Resin Technology Co.,Ltd specializes in production, research and development and marketing of ion exchange resins and adsorbents branded with bojietech and bestion. Manufacturing operations in China provide a range of over 400 products, 60,000 cubic meters of annual production capacity to satisfy the various demands of the domestic and international market place, with most of the output exported to more than 80 countries and regions.
With the financial support and technical support from universities, the research and development center ensures that Bojietech brings forth the fresh products every year, product quality up to international standard. Bojietech manufacturing operations are ISO9001/2008 certified. Furthermore, Bojietech products have WQA Gold Seal approved and meet the NSF/ANSI 61 standard.