What is a Water Softener?
Water softening is the removal of calcium, magnesium and certain other metals in hard water. Using a water softener will extend the lifetime of your plumbing, appliances and geysers. Water softening is achieved using ion exchange resin.
A water softener reduces the calcium or magnesium ion concentration in hard water. These “hardness ions” cause two major kinds of problems. The elements react with soaps and calcium-sensitive detergents, hindering their ability to lather properly and forming an unsightly precipitate.
Presence of “hardness ions” also inhibits the cleaning effect of detergent formulations. Water hardness is responsible for many maintenance and process problems in commercial applications. Our Water Softeners provide soft water to meet the demanding specifications of all types of businesses and institutions with simple and reliable equipment.
Limescale Removal Water Softener Mega Char Vessel
Our water softener mega char vessel features an excellent design with high-quality components to offer high performance. These softener mega char vessels are designed for a longer life span with minimum energy consumption.
RO Water SA Softeners Mega Char Vessel
Durable filament wound mineral vessels consisting of a rotation-ally molded polyethylene liner and a high strength epoxy/fiberglass outer shell. Vessels are corrosion resistant and a NSF approved component. Brine tanks and cabinet enclosures are constructed of rugged, seamless, one-piece molded polyethylene. They are lightweight yet strong enough not to crack or leak. High quality softening resin is used.
Max working pressure……………6 BAR
Min working pressure…………….2 BAR
Max working temperature…….50°C
Control Valve: Manual / Automatic Control Valves
Tank: glass-fiber reinforced polyethylene.
Treating material: Strong Acid Cation Resin & Gravels
3 – 8mm