Water with a high calcium/magnesium content enters the softener through the in port. It passes through the control valve and into the tank, where it goes from top to bottom though a specially prepares resin that softens it.
The resin consists of specially manufactured beads that have been saturated with sodium ions. Softening occurs as the hardness minerals in the water attach themselves to the resin and are exchanged for sodium.
The softened water then enter the long center tube, called a riser, via the strainer basket in the bottom of the tank and passes upward through the riser. The water exits the softener via the control valve and is sent to the home.
When the resin becomes saturated by hardness minerals, the softener automatically goes into regeneration. By this process the hardness minerals are washed down the drain, and the resin bed is rinsed, resettled, and recharged with sodium. It is now again ready to soften your water.
The regeneration process is accomplished by passing very salty water from the brine tank through the resin.
The brine tank must remain filled with softener salt at all time.
An extensive assortment of Water Softening Plant is manufactured at our premises as per our client's requirements. These remove the hardness and the unwanted salts from water and make it fit for consuming and other uses.