The water softening process is made by ion exchange; it replaces calcium and magnesium ions present in water by more benign ions. This method reduces the amount of unwanted minerals, achieving a reduction in hardness, which allows for very low values suitable for systems of heat exchange, boiler water, process water preventing the formation of tartar in materials that are part of the facilities, thus extending their life.
Systems are regenerated by recirculation of sodium chloride through a prepared resin bed for a new ion exchange.
The ion-exchange capacities are adapted to the consumer needs through solutions designed according to the specific requirements such as the assembly of filter banks considering a part in production and the other in regeneration, ensuring the persistence of the desired hardness. Furthermore, systems are completely autonomous and can generate an integrated system within the water treatment plant.
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