Water Softner Plant or WSP plants are designed to produce treated Water to suit for various applications. Treated Water is of consistency quality with low residual hardness throughout the service cycle. The high synthetic resin is used to exchange Sodium ion with hardness forming Calcium and Magnesium ions. A typical water-softening system removes calcium and magnesium ions from hard water and replaces them with sodium ions. Calcium and magnesium ions interfere with the action of household soaps and detergents, but sodium does not.
Softened water is completely safe to drink and does not contain unhealthy levels of sodium. The average amount of sodium found in a 250ml glass of softened water contributes to 1% of your daily sodium intake (Recommended daily intake by the NHS (2015) is 2,400mg of sodium).
The Water Softening Plants are designed to produce treated Water to suit for various applications. Treated Water is of consistency quality with low residual hardness throughout the service cycle. The high synthetic resin is used to exchange Sodium ion with hardness forming Calcium and Magnesium ions. After producing desired output, the resin is regenerated with (NaCI) Sodium Chloride solution after which unit is again ready to deliver next batch. The Water Softening Plant units are available with different models. The difference between these models is in the capacity of the resin used for each model. These units are easy to operate and maintenance free. These models are available to produce various capacities up to 200 Cu. Meters per hour maximum. Water is considered ‘hard’ when it has excessive levels of calcium and magnesium dissolved in it. Hard Water can lead to the following Water problems :
A water softener removes excess hard minerals such as calcium and magnesium from the mains supply. It does this through reverse osmosis and ion exchange. As the hard minerals flow through the resin inside the softener system, they are attracted to the resin and swapped out for harmless and soft sodium ions. This ion exchange process is why many people believe their soft water may contain too much sodium to drink. The level of sodium, also known as salt, present in the water is based on where you are located in the india and how hard your water is. Areas which have harder water will have more sodium present in the water because it needs more salt to soften the water. Soft water is safe to drink, but we understand that not everybody will want to or will enjoy drinking softened water. We offer soft water tastings at our Yorkshire Shop which can help you decide. Not only that, but if you choose not to drink soft water, we offer a range of solutions so you can enjoy all the skin, hair and home cleaning benefits.