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Lanxess expands ion exchange resin facilities at Leverkusen
7:11 AM MDT | April 3, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh
Lanxess says it is investing about €10 million ($12.8 million) at the company’s Leverkusen site, to build a new production line for weakly acidic cation exchange resins of the Lewatit brand and a facility for food-grade filling and packaging. One key area of application for these ion exchange resins is cartridges for domestic water filter systems; they remove unwanted calcium and magnesium salts and lead and copper ions from mains water and release other harmless substances in their place, Lanxess says. Construction work on the expansion has already...
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