Ion exchange resins for industrial water treatment from the Lewatit range play a key role in the treatment of drinking water, the production of ultra-pure water and in applications in the power plant sector, for example.
November 24, 2011
LANXESS to increase prices for ion exchange resins
Leverkusen – Specialty chemicals company LANXESS is to increase its prices globally for its proven Lewatit ion exchange resins with immediate effect. These measures vary according to field of application and region.
Global price adjustments
Prices for ion exchange resins used in the sweetener and sugar market segments and for chromatography resins will increase by 7.5 percent, while those for ion exchange resins used in cartridges will rise by six percent.
Prices quoted for LANXESS ion exchange resins for catalysis and chloralkali electrolysis will go up by four percent.
Price increases in the APAC region
In the Asia-Pacific region, the prices of Lewatit resins for industrial water treatment and ultrapure and nuclear applications will rise by 7.5 percent.
Prices in the specialized water segment will also go up by 7.5 percent. This applies to ion exchange resins used, for example, in wastewater treatment, the recovery of valuable materials or pollutant removal.
Price increases in the EMEA and NAFTA regions
In Europe and North America, the prices of Lewatit resins for industrial water treatment, ultrapure and nuclear applications and specialties will rise by a uniform four percent. Adsorber and exchange resins used in the pharmaceutical industry and exchange resins for the chemical processing segment will become 7.5 percent more expensive.
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