|Water Source||Borewell Water|
|Capacity (LPH)||10000 LPH|
|Softener Tank Type||Vertical|
|I Deal In||New Only|
|Max Water Recovery Rate||80-90%|
|Resin Volume||1 - 50 Liters|
|Inlet Hardness(TDS)||501 - 1000 TDS|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Semi-Automatic Softening System is a semi-automatic softening system, using iron tank for softening, with iron tank and one exchange tank. Hard water passing through the cation resin in the exchange tank, calcium and magnesium in hard water will be exchanged, absorbed by sodium in the resin to remove calcium, magneseum and carbonate hardness.
Our semi-automatic softening system is a water softener that uses cation resin and sodium chloride to soften the water. This process involves exchanging calcium and magnesium ions in the hard water with sodium ions. The calcium, magnesium and carbonate are absorbed by sodium in the exchange tank to remove hardness.
Semi-automatic softening system is an ideal combination of hard water softened by a high degree of hardness, calcium and magnesium in the resin removes carbonate hardness to achieve softening water.
A water softener uses a mechanical process to remove ionic hardness from your household’s water. Water softeners are used throughout the world for better skin, hair, and overall health. A typical water softener consists of a tall, narrow water-softener tank and a short, wide brine tank. The softener tank is connected to the home's water-supply line and a small-diameter fill tube connects the brine tank to the softener tank. A discharge hose runs from the softener tank to a nearby drainpipe or drywell.
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