Water Softener for Hard Water
Water Softener for Hard Water – Let us look at how we use this methodology of water softener for hard water.
The tank for softening is filled with specially designed resin beads that remain sealed in the tank.
The brine tank comes with an opening lid that can be removed.
So, you are able to fill it up with potassium chloride pellets or salt pellets.
The water enters at the very top of the tank and then flows down into the resin bead.
The resin is charged with a negatively charged ion that draws in positively charged minerals within water (a process called the ion exchange).
The minerals cling to the resin, and softened water leaves the tank and flows through the equipment.
An onboard computer analyses the quantity of water that has been pumped into the water softener for hard water.
Once it is at the setup, regeneration begins automatically.
During regeneration, the salty fluid from the brine tanks is pumped up in the fill tube before flowing to the tanks for the water softener for hard water.
The cycle of rinse begins with salty water.
The salty liquid washes the mineral deposits from the resin beads.
The water that is regenerated, along with all the harmful mineral deposits, are flushed away by the discharge pipe.
The system automatically switches to softening the incoming water.
The process of regeneration slowly dissolves the potassium chloride or salt pellets that are in the brine tank.
Therefore, you may have to introduce more pellets into the tank.
(Again, the resin beads are sealed permanently inside the tank that softens them and doesn’t require replacing.)
How often you’ll need to add pellets is contingent on the amount of water you’re using.
Get in touch with our team to know more about this unique process.