Water Softener Plant

Water Softners remove calcium, magnesium and other non-carbonate hardness’s

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The most common means for removing water hardness rely on ion-exchange polymers.

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One of the principal Water-Softening processes to remove calcium, magnesium and other non-carbonate hardness’s, (Refer explanation of water hardness in phosphate filter section), is Cation exchange using a Water Softening Plant with softening resin that absorbs the hardness producing metallic ions and releases (is replaced by) Sodium ions into the water.

A Water Softening Plant consists of an FRP vessel filled with Water Softener (ANION) Resin, an automatic electric head for backwash etc, and a brine tank with salt (Sodium).The resin is regenerated (by backwashing) and washed with coarse salt (brine ) drawn out of the brine tank.

The size of the Water Softening Plant depends on the hardness level of water measure in PPM (Parts per Million) and the amount of water needed (used) in 24 hours.

Schematic Water Softener Water Softener and Brine Tank