Article | May 5, 2016

Conventional Resin Cation Exchangers Versus EDI For Cace Measurement In Power Plants

Source: Swan Analytical USA
Conventional Resin Cation Exchangers Versus EDI For Cace Measurement In Power Plants

By Randy Turner, Technical Director, Swan Analytical

The conductivity measurement after a cation exchanger in power plants with steam turbines was introduced soon after 1950 by Larson and Lane [1]. As a result of the simple measuring principle, the sensitivity and its high reliability, the conductivity measurement after cation exchanger has become the most commonly used analytical method in power plants with steam generators.