An ion exchange water softening process is a common alternative to the use of lime and soda ash for softening water in drinking water or industrial water processing. Natural water sources contain dissolved minerals that dissociate in water to form charged particles called ions. Water hardness is originated by positively charged ions of Calcium and Magnesium.
An ion exchange system uses resins, a material that will exchange hardness-causing ions for another one that does not cause water hardness. The resin holds the new ion temporarily to release it when rinsed with a regenerating solution.
When Calcium and Magnesium ions replace all the Sodium ions in the ion exchange resin, the resin can no longer remove the hardness from the water. In that moment regeneration must start, pumping a concentrated solution of Sodium Chloride through the resin. When the resin is completely recharged with Sodium ions, the softening process is ready to start again.
Watercore can offer an extensive experience in water softener systems throughout multiple industries and applications. Our team have participated in multiple projects to provides water softening solutions to industrial, commercial, and residential areas.
Watercore focuses on low-cost and highly reliable water treatment systems and technologies to guarantee total customer satisfaction.
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