Demineralised water

For long-term corrosion protection

The heating and refrigeration systems and district heating grids have to be filled with demineralised water.
If the filling water is not treated accordingly, this can pose a warranty risk.

We fill all our systems with high-quality, standardised and demineralised water in accordance with VDI 2035.
Demineralised water guarantees that systems will be functional and have a long service life. Therefore, (external) water inspections are occurring more and more frequently.
There is no need for you to perform quality control checks on site because we will have already done this for you under standardised conditions.

Demineralised water in accordance with VDI 2035
The ion exchange of dissociated, water-soluble substances in completely purified, oxygenated water (also known as deionised or desalinated water) in accordance with DIN EN12952-12.

Our tanker
Delivering large quantities of demineralised water to you in no time. We can have our distribution partner, e-con AG, deliver you high-quality, demineralised water in a 25 m³ tanker.
We can also fill up third-party systems.

Benefit from the expertise of the manufacturer:

  • Regular internal and external quality inspections
  • Time savings thanks to fast internal fulfilment
  • Many years of expertise in creating demineralised water
  • Flexible and fast transport options
  • No investment costs for systems and maintenance work on site
  • Qualified consultation from employees who have been with the company for many years
  • Automated system filling using state-of-the-art lorry equipment
  • Customer-specific delivery quantity in IBC containers or in tankers of up to 25 m³
Potable water analysis

Fields of application:

  • Filling heating and refrigeration systems
  • Filling district heating grids
  • Battery water for battery-powered vehicles
Demineralised water lorry

Softened water in accordance with VDI 2035
Water softening uses a process that converts the hardness components calcium and magnesium into sodium.
In this process, the water flows through a cartridge with ion-exchange resin.
The calcium and magnesium minerals are absorbed by resin and replaced by sodium ions.

According to this principle, the conductivity of the water remains unchanged, meaning that the remaining substances stay in the water.
The VDI 2035 specifies different maximum water hardness values based on the heating capacity and specific system volume.

Contact us! We would be happy to provide advice.

Your personal contact for everything related to demineralised water:
Michael Heckelsmiller
Phone +49 08331 7504110