Water softeners are used to removes dissolved positively charged particles, known as ions (in this case calcium and magnesium ions) from water in a process known as ion-exchange. For every ion of calcium that the resin removes, it adds an ion of sodium, or potassium if you use potassium salt. Since sodium or potassium does not form scale or deposits the way calcium hardness does, the water is then considered “soft”. The water gets hard when it contains more of calcium and magnesium ions. Softening is the ion exchange process, which is done through resin, is preferred over others plant as it is one of the best possible method for removing from water.
CES offers complete line of highly durable Water Softening Plant & ion exchange resins that is used for removing hard salts and providing suitable water.
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