Water Softeners Overview

Water Softeners are used to treat hard water. They work by replacing the calcium and magnesium in the water with sodium. They may also remove a small amount of iron or manganese, but for high levels, it is not recommended.

Water Softeners will generally require a professional installation, and they are relatively expensive to both purchase and maintain.

For hard water treatment you may wish to use a magnetic water conditioner as they are signficantly less expensive alternative to water softeners. Although some people claim they don't work, there is a great deal of anecdotal evidence, and some scientific research, to suggest they are equally as effective as water softeners in treating hard water.

Flow rates for standard modules: Up to 100 m³/h per unit. The plants are produced as one-tank plants and multi-tank plants as well as cold water plants and hot water plants. The filter tanks are of steel and coated with polyethylene. Each plant is supplied with a control unit adapted to the job. The plant can either be timer controlled or meter controlled. Meter control gives the best average water quality and economy Through softening the calcium and magnesium salts in the water are exchanged for sodium salts that do not cause the disadvantages of hard water. The method is used in industries and institutions for treatment of water for steam boiler plants and district heating plants laundries, cooling towers, rinse processes, washing, dishwashing etc.



The broad programme makes it possible to choose the optimum plant for the project whether the need is continuos or discontinuos water supply. Frame-mounted two-tank plants ensure a short installation time. The choice of materials and the simple and robust design of both plant and valve unit result in a long plant life, 25 years are not unusual.

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