Figure 7.36.5 shows a typical cocurrent operation for a strong-acid-cation-exchange bed operated in the acid cycle. In this operation, there is a residual band of unregen-erated resin at the bottom of the bed. This band is stripped by the acidity, and a small amount of monovalent cations in the bottom band strips as shown in Figure 7.36.6. The ratio in this figure refers to the influent concentration of the ion of least affinity divided by the influent concentration.

Cocurrent operation has a fixed bed, so that particle motion is unlikely. Once the bed is classified, it stays in place, and the facility can backwash during each cycle without disturbing flow patterns.

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