Features & Information
Water softening systems remove minerals such as calcium and magnesium from hard water, preventing the buildup of scale in pipes and appliances. They enhance the quality of water for everyday use, prolonging the lifespan of plumbing and reducing the need for excess soap or detergent in cleaning tasks.
FAQs - Water Softening Systems
A water softening system is a device or appliance that reduces the hardness of water by removing minerals like calcium and magnesium.
Most water softeners use a process called ion exchange, where resin beads in the softener trap calcium and magnesium ions by exchanging them for sodium ions, effectively softening the water.
Hard water is water that contains high levels of dissolved minerals, primarily calcium and magnesium. It leads to scale buildup in pipes and appliances, reduces soap effectiveness and creates issues with dry skin and hair.
It is essential to regenerate softening resin with a brine solution, as this recharges the resin beads with sodium ions which it can then exchange for calcium and magnesium ions during the softening process.
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