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Analytical Resources

21 Gul Lane Jurong Singapore 629416


Phone: 65-6505-6642 Fax: 65-6505-6781 Email: analyticallabsingapore@nalco.com

Final - Report Number: 564100


PT TJB POWER SERVICES
PLTU TANJUNG JATI B
- JAWA TENGAH - 59453 - INDONESIA
Representative: Yuli Hartanto

Sample number:
Date sampled:
Date received:
Date completed:
Date authorized:

Sample taken from: Cation Train #B

SI000451
10-Feb-2012
27-Feb-2012
8-Mar-2012
8-Mar-2012

Analytical Report
Resin Type

Strong acid cation

Resin Manufacturer

Ion Exchange (India) Ltd.

Resin Name

Indion 225H

MINC

1.8 meq/mL

Sampling Technique

Unknown

Service Cycle Point

After backwash

Water Source

Permeate RO

Date Installed / Age of Resin

Year 2009

Reported Problem

Service cycle decrease


MINC = Manufacturer's minimum exchange capacity for new resin

Overall Resin Evaluation


Chemical Condition of Resin
Physical Condition of Resin
Bed Maintenance

Good
Good
Good

Chemical Condition
The condition of the resin is rated according to its measured Exchange Capacity:
GOOD = 81 - 100% of original capacity
FAIR = 70 - 80% of original capacity
POOR = 50 - 69% of original capacity
VERY POOR = < 50% of original capacity
Physical Condition
The Physical Condition of the resin is rated according to the amount of broken or stress-cracked
beads observed during the microscopic examination as well as the Water Retention Capacity (WRC).
GOOD
= 0-9% Broken Beads & <20% Stress-Cracked Beads & <60% WRC
FAIR
= 10-14% Broken Beads &/or >= 20% Stress-Cracked Beads &/or 60-79% WRC
POOR
= 15-50% Broken Beads &/or >=80% WRC
VERY POOR = >50% Broken Beads
Contaminants
The level of metal contaminants on the resin is a concern as they can have an operational affect on

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Analytical Resources
21 Gul Lane Jurong Singapore 629416
Phone: 65-6505-6642 Fax: 65-6505-6781 Email: analyticallabsingapore@nalco.com

Final - Report Number: 564100


PT TJB POWER SERVICES
PLTU TANJUNG JATI B
- JAWA TENGAH - 59453 - INDONESIA
Representative: Yuli Hartanto
Sample taken from: Cation Train #B

Sample number:
Date sampled:
Date received:
Date completed:
Date authorized:

SI000451
10-Feb-2012
27-Feb-2012
8-Mar-2012
8-Mar-2012

the unit's performance. See the recommendation section for a suggested cleaning procedure.
Recommendations
Based on the types and amounts of contaminants present on the resin, we recommend application of
C1000 - Cation Resin Cleaning Procedure.
Clean-up procedures for Ion Exchange resins are located in the Knowledge Management System
(KMS) of Lotus Notes. Search the KMS database for the procedure title. An alternative is to
perform a more general search of the KMS. Type "Resin Cleaning" in the search keywords field and
click on <Find Documents Now>. Then scan the resulting documents for the desired resin cleaning
procedure document. Procedures are also available through Nalco sales representives and
technicians.

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Analytical Resources
21 Gul Lane Jurong Singapore 629416
Phone: 65-6505-6642 Fax: 65-6505-6781 Email: analyticallabsingapore@nalco.com

Final - Report Number: 564100


PT TJB POWER SERVICES
PLTU TANJUNG JATI B
- JAWA TENGAH - 59453 - INDONESIA
Representative: Yuli Hartanto

Sample number:
Date sampled:
Date received:
Date completed:
Date authorized:

Sample taken from: Cation Train #B

SI000451
10-Feb-2012
27-Feb-2012
8-Mar-2012
8-Mar-2012

Capacity Measurements
Results represent optimum exchange capacity, not necessarily its current Operating Capacity.
Sample Preparation: Routine lab chemical clean-up procedure
Ionic Form: H

Total Exchange Capacity (Wet)


% Of Original Exchange Capacity
Water Retention Capacity

1.7 meq/mL (37.06 Kilograins/ft)


94 %
53 %

Physical Characteristics
Normal Beads
Broken Beads
Stress Cracked Beads
Internal Precipitate On Beads
External Precipitate On Beads

99 %
<1 %
<1 %
None
Very small amounts

Stress
Cracked
Broken

Normal

Contaminants
Iron (Fe)
Strontium (Sr)
Aluminum (Al)
Lead (Pb)
Chlorine (Cl)
Bromine (Br)

Metals by X-Ray Fluorescence


1400 g/m
210 g/m
130 g/m
85 g/m
85 g/m
85 g/m

The significance of the amount of metal contaminants varies with the type of resin. For this resin
type, significant findings:

Small amounts: Al, Br, Cl, Pb


Moderate amounts: Fe, Sr

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Analytical Resources
21 Gul Lane Jurong Singapore 629416
Phone: 65-6505-6642 Fax: 65-6505-6781 Email: analyticallabsingapore@nalco.com

Final - Report Number: 564100


PT TJB POWER SERVICES
PLTU TANJUNG JATI B
- JAWA TENGAH - 59453 - INDONESIA
Representative: Yuli Hartanto

Sample number:
Date sampled:
Date received:
Date completed:
Date authorized:

Sample taken from: Cation Train #B

SI000451
10-Feb-2012
27-Feb-2012
8-Mar-2012
8-Mar-2012

Additional Observations
No particulates were seen in the supernatant.

Strong Acid Cation

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