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Demineralization is a type of water purification. The term demineralization is typically reserved specifically for ion exchange process used for near total removal of ionic mineral contaminants. Often, the terms demineralization and deionization are used interchangeable.   In the industrial water treatment, demineralization refers to the removal of dissolved solids from feed water and the process streams.

Demineralizers generally results in almost complete removal of minerals and is typically reserved for applications requiring higher level of water purity, examples, makeup water for high pressure boilers, rinse water for food and beverage industries, or process streams used in electronics manufacture.

In fresh water applications, demineralization can be a good alternative to distillation, as it is capable of producing water similar in quality to distilled water, but through a more cost-effective ion exchange process.