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This form of operation has been under investigation by many companies and laboratories and successfully developed by two investigations conducted independently. One of the systems is the Higgins Solid-Liquid Contactor which has been described in detail by I. R. Higgins and J. T. 14). Another system is shown in Fig. 6 (W2). The operation illustrated can best be visualized by following the two main cycles within the system. In the treatment cycle the raw feed is introduced into the bottom of the treatment cell and flows upward through the resin bed in the lower and upper compartments.
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The choice of which of the above systems to use is, as mentioned before, based on the analysis of the raw water and the specifications of the treated water. In addition, the economics of the treatment also have a bearing on the choice of treatment. This can only be determined by reviewing the problem in question, but in general, it can be stated that the higher the degree of treatment, the more expensive the treatment becomes in both first cost and operating costs. 22 Sugar and Allied Processes For the treatment of sugar, only two ion exchange systems have been used to date.