|Water Source||River Water|
|Softener Tank Type||Vertical|
|Capacity (m3/hr)||10 m3/hr|
|Resin Volume||51 - 100 Liters|
|Max Water Recovery Rate||70-80%|
Water softener is a device that will help to improve the quality of your home's drinking and bathing water. It does this by removing dissolved minerals from the hard water so that it does not enter your pipes and plumbing fixtures. A standard water softener works by allowing hard water to filter downwards through a bed of ion exchange resin, which attracts calcium and magnesium (hardness) and replaces them with sodium ions, which are less problematic for water systems and will not cause scale build-up. Once the ion exchange resins are saturated with hardness, the regeneration sequence on the water softener begins and removes these unused ions.
Water Softening Plant produces treated water to meet the varying requirements of various end users. Treated water is of good consistency quality, low soluble content and low residual hardness throughout the service cycle. The high synthetic resin is used to exchange Sodium ions with hardness forming Calcium and Magnesium ions.