demineralizer

[dee-min-er-uh-lahy-zer]
noun
an instrument, apparatus, or chemical used to remove minerals from water.

Origin:
1955–60; de- + mineralize + -er1

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The system design prevents inadvertent flushing of the resin into the
  purification loop through the demineralizer inlet.
The water is treated with a demineralizer which consists of either a
  skid-mounted or trailer-mounted ion exchange system.
While performing a backwash of condensate demineralizer, an operator
  inadvertently isolated a second condensate demineralizer.
In the water treatment building, two demineralizer systems employ ion exchange
  to remove excess hardness.
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