Partial and complete demineralization
With partial demineralization, the particles that cause calcium deposits are removed. Ion exchange is used to reduce the salt content of the water. The result: Almost residue-free wash results.
With complete demineralization, all salts and minerals are removed from the water. The salt content of the water is virtually zero. Glasses and cutlery are left residue-free after cleaning. Subsequent polishing is no longer necessary.