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WATER TREATMENTS SOFTENER

WATER TREATMENTS SOFTENER

Water softening Boiler feed water, specially that for use in high pressure steam boilers, should be as soft as possible to avoid formation of boiler scale and corrosion of boiler tubes. Laundries require soft water of zero hardness to prevent precipitation of calcium and magnesium soaps on...
WATER TREATMENTS SOFTENER

WATER TREATMENTS SOFTENER

Water Softener Water Softeners are the best solution in  Water Treatment  fields to produce good quality water ( filtered water ) from naturally available impure water. Water is contaminated naturally due to the presence of excess salts causing water hardness. Water hardness are caused by the...
Remove Iron in Water with Chlorine

Remove Iron in Water with Chlorine

Chlorine dioxide can be used effectively for oxidation of iron from the moderately soluble ferrous state to ferric ion, resulting in the formation of ferric hydroxide, which forms a heavy gelatinous brown flocculation, which can be removed by sedimentation followed by filtration. Here too optimum...
Water Softner

Water Softner

Softener Water Treatment What is Hardness? Hardness is caused by hard water containing high concentration of calcium and magnesium ions. Water is considered to be hard if it has a hardness of 100 mg/L or more as calcium carbonate. Measurements of hardness are given in terms of the calcium...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Water Softening

Advantages and Disadvantages of Water Softening

Advantages of water Softening are: Water Softening will deal with the problems caused by hard water such as excessive soap use and scaling. Depending on the type of water softening process used, softening may also aid in other water treatment processes. water Softening often removes iron and...
Efficiency of Softening

Efficiency of Softening

In addition to raw water characteristics, the operation of the softener can influence efficiency of softening. The most important factors in softener are resin, flow, and cleaning. Both the resin type and depth influence softening. There are many types of resins, each with different removal...
Ion Exchange Softener

Ion Exchange Softener

Softener Water Treatment Process The other method commonly used for water softening is ion exchange softening, also known as zeolite softening. shows below the ion exchange softener. Ion exchange softening exchanges calcium and magnesium ions in water for sodium ions as the hard water passes...
Water Softener

Water Softener

Lime Processing Water Softener  Lime softening water treatment process involves a relatively complicated series of chemical reactions. The goal of all of these reactions is to change the calcium and magnesium compounds in water into calcium carbonate and magnesium hydroxide, which are the least...
Water Softening Conditioning Process

Water Softening Conditioning Process

Water Softener is mainly using  for making soft water. Softener Operation Process: Softener Parts: Softener Designs: Softening is the removal of hardness from water. This is not a required part of the domestic water treatment process since hard water does not have any health consequences....
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