The Water Softening Plants offered by us are widely used to produce treated water to fulfil the different applications. Our plants provide treated water, which has low residual hardness all over the service cycle. These plants are equipped with high synthetic resin to exchange sodium ion with hardness forming magnesium and calcium ions. Once it delivers desired output, the resin is redeveloped with (NaCI) sodium chloride solution to provide next batch. To fulfil the diverse requirements of the clients, these plants are available in varied models. The variation between each model is in the capacity of the resin employed by the vendors. Our models are capable enough to produce 200 Cu. meters per hour. Salient features of these units are listed below:
- Easy operations
- Maintenance free
The Process :
The mineral tank is a heart of a water softener. Mineral tank is filled with small polystyrene beads, which is also known as zeolite or resin. The beads filled in the tank hold a negative charge. Magnesium and calcium in water both hold positive charges. As the hard water enters the mineral tank, these minerals will stick to the beads. The sodium ions present in the tank also have positive charges, but not as strong as the charge on the magnesium and calcium.
Once a very sturdy brine solution is flushed through a tank that has beads already flooded with magnesium and calcium, the sheer level of the sodium ions is sufficient to drive the magnesium and calcium ions off the beads. The water softeners have a separate brine tank that makes use of common salt to make this brine solution. In regular activity, hard water shifts into the mineral tank and the magnesium and calcium ions shift to the beads, restoring sodium ions. The sodium ions go into the water. Once the beads are saturated with calcium and magnesium, the unit enters a 3-phase regenerating cycle. First, the backwash phase reverses water flow to flush dirt out of the tank. In the recharge phase, the concentrated sodium-rich salt solution is carried from the brine tank through the mineral tank. The sodium collects on the beads, replacing the calcium and magnesium, which go down the drain. Once this phase is over, the mineral tank is flushed of excess brine and the brine tank is refilled.
- Boiler Feed
- Cooling Tower Make-Up
- Air Conditioning Plant
- Textile Processing
- Beverage Production
- Hospitals, Hotels, Laundries etc.
Treated water quality
Total hardness: Less than 5 ppm (Commercial Zero)