Rapid globalization has resulted in global demand for clean water.
We are seeing a consistent rise in companies that provide products and services to make clean water available. These companies not only provide products and services to individuals but also to manufacturers in different industries, such as Food & Beverage.
The increasing demand has also resulted in an exponential growth of India’s ion exchange resin market. The country has several ion exchange resin manufacturers that treat water to ensure it is clean.
After thorough research, I have compiled a list of 9 top ion exchange resin suppliers in India.
Let’s take a look at them!
Felite has been providing Ion Exchange Resins to firms operating in a wide range of industries for over 50 years, including the water treatment, power, mining, and food and beverage industries.
Over the last five decades, it has designed and provided over 100 bespoke resin models based on the uses and specifications of its clients.
Its ISO 9001-certified resins can be utilized for industrial deionization, metal removal, water softening, product purification, pollution control, and hydrometallurgy.
Felite has been pursuing its goal of becoming the most reliable supplier in the market by using the most cutting-edge and innovative manufacturing methods to guarantee client satisfaction.
One of their clients (Pablo Hensley) said, “We switched to Felite™ Resin Technology a couple of years ago, and things are getting better. We really appreciate the advice from them. These guys are my day savior.”
The company has offices in several countries and is dedicated to offering the best services to clients worldwide.
Felite has also been trusted by leading businesses like Purolite, Western Digital, DOW, etc.
Ion Exchange initiated the production of resins in Ankleshwar, Gujarat, in a resin manufacturing unit that then became India’s first ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 certified resin manufacturing facility.
Not only this, but the facility is also WHO-GMP and USFDA compliant, making it one of its kind manufacturing house.
The ion exchange resins manufactured in India are available to the world in dry and moist forms. The surface area, matrix, and porosity of such resins vary to make them suitable for use in different industries.
Industries such as pharmaceuticals, food & beverage, chemical, nuclear, bio-diesel, sugar, and hydrometallurgy use ions produced by Ion Exchange India, thanks to the sheer quality the company offers.
Asha Resins Private Limited has customers across the Indian subcontinent. The products manufactured by Asha Resins received the National Industrial Excellence Award in 2001.
In terms of quality, they meet international standards as Asha products are passed for exportation and local distribution after several quality testing procedures.
Their business rules and ethics also require them to use overall quality management methods in all production operations.
The primary products, the cation and anion exchange resins are used for water softening and demineralization.
The company’s R&D staff is very swift in discovering answers to any anomalies, allowing them to offer results within the promised time to achieve maximum client satisfaction.
Doshion has an impressive clientele of more than 2000 customers from over 50 countries. It built this clientele after providing its customers with excellent quality resins for over 45 years.
Some of the uses of Doshion ion exchange resins include water and wastewater treatment, pharmaceutical usage, using them in membrane performance chemicals, and other special applications of ion exchange resins.
Coca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson, and Pepsi are some of the multi-national companies that buy products such as ion exchange resins from Doshion.
The fact that these giant multinationals trust them proves the quality of the products and services Doshion offers.
For more than 35 years, Thermax Chemicals has been one of the industry’s leading producers of ion exchange resins under the Tulsion brand.
Tulsion is a premium brand with a solid international reputation. Especially in the area of water treatment and process application technologies.
The company’s mission is to provide “effective client solutions” through development, service, and collaboration. It concentrates its efforts and assets on providing the top solutions for clients’ demands.
Therefore, Thermax’s Chemical sector has commissioned more than 100 distinct projects in India and other countries. The company has 14 international production sites and 35 overseas offices that it uses to conduct business around the world.
Purolite, formerly a small-scale firm started by two brothers, is today the world’s biggest maker of resins and other chemical media. The firm has offices in over 40 different countries.
Purolite’s Ion Exchange resins have a wide range of uses, which is the primary reason for the company’s success.
Purolite has created its patented technology, Jetting, via rigorous research and development, which has revolutionized the manufacture of chromatographic resin beads globally.
Purolite, as the industry leader, gives an example of how to manage sustainable operations. Its goods are known to be produced in a very environmentally-friendly manner, without compromising quality.
Purolite was bought by Ecolab Inc. in 2021, strengthening its environmental mission.
Clear Ion uses advanced and environment-friendly technology to manufacture high-performance water treatment plants. Its products are used in aeration/deaeration, sedimentation, filtration, ozonation, and other similar water treatment procedures.
Besides the water treatment industry, Clear Ion serves industries such as oil and gas, mining, fertilizers, and refineries.
With time, CLEAR Ion Exchange expanded further by utilizing its considerable know-how, new technologies, and dedication to services in the field of turnkey execution and entire system approach. As a result, CLEAR Ion Exchange arose as a one-stop shop for full water purifying solutions.
Due to its association with Lanxess, Indian Oil Corporation, and many other big names, Clear Ion can use advanced machinery and skilled manual labor to manufacture products that its customers demand.
Lanxess, which has its headquarters in Germany, is one of the worlds leading chemical manufacturers. The company has offices in 33 countries, among them India. It also has a global workforce of more than 13,200 employees.
To incorporate a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lanxess Deutschland GmbH, Lanxess set foot in India in 2004. Since then, it has inaugurated five business units in the country.
These five business units cater to ‘High-Performance Materials’, ‘Rhein Chemie Additives’, ‘Material Protection Products’, ‘Liquid Purification Technologies’, and ‘Advanced Industrial Intermediates’.
Over the years, Lanxess India has bagged several national and international recognition awards. Most recently, it was awarded the ‘Outstanding Contribution Towards Best Sustainable Business Practices By a Large Enterprise’ by the IGCC.
As a subsidiary of Lanxess Deutschland GmbH, Lanxess India is also listed in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and FTSE4Good.
As a venture of Nopco Chemicals, USA, the Company, NOPCO (India) Ltd. was initially established in 1965. This resulted in the inauguration of a factory at Ratnagiri for the production of ion-exchange resins, which started in 1997.
But it wasn’t until the international organization made a deal to sell its stakes in favor of Indian shareholders in 1997 that Auchtel Products Ltd. was actually founded.
The company now produces ion exchange resins for a variety of markets, including biocide, agricultural fertilizer, paint, textile, paper, wire drawing, oil and refinery, and the paper industry.
Auchtel Products has created an impressive clientele of more than 60 local companies, such as Tata Chemicals and Bharat Petroleum Corporation.