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STARK 2000L Water Softener - Water Filter Ion Separation
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The automatic water softener equipment is composed of an automatic softening valve, glass fiber reinforced plastic tank, salt tank, and link pipeline, and its material can meet the national safety food grade requirements. The glass fiber-reinforced plastic tank contains ion exchange resin, which is the main body of softened water. When the water source flows through the resin, through ion exchange, the calcium and magnesium ions in the water will replace the sodium ions in the resin to remove calcium from the water the purpose of magnesium ions. The salt box is filled with softening salt, and its solution is used for resin regeneration, so that the resin has the adsorption capacity again, and the calcium and magnesium ions originally adsorbed in the resin are cleaned and discharged.

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Guangdong Stark Water Treatment Technology Co., Ltd.
Dongguan, China
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Soft water has a very low concentration of hard minerals, while “very hard water” has a relatively high concentration of hard minerals. Using hard water can cause mineral buildup inside your water-using appliances which can lead to long-term damage.
As you look around your home lookout for these common signs of hard water: mineral-like crust or sediment built up around the showerhead or faucet, water spots on dishes after washing them, stiff or gray-stained clothing after running it through laundry, and dry irritated skin after showering. However, the most reliable way to determine whether or not your home has hard water is to bring a water sample to a certified water-testing laboratory.
Acting as a water filter, water softening systems “soften” the hard water by removing mineral ions, such as manganese or calcium, through a process named ion exchange. This process consists of exchanging positively charged mineral ions in the hard water with positively charged ions, leaving the softened water free of mineral ions. There are two tanks in a water softener system that facilitate this ion exchange, the resin tank (aka mineral tank) and the brine softener tank. The resin tank does the bulk of the water softening as the sodium ions from the brine solution exchange places with the mineral ions (water hardness ions). Ion exchange resin beads and water combine resulting in the hard minerals attaching to the beads. Once all of the resin beads have been covered in hardness minerals, they are flushed out of the tank using either potassium chloride or sodium chloride. The water exiting the resin tank contains a very small number of sodium ions, but no longer contains high levels of hard mineral ions. Through the control valve, the brine tank then recharges the resin tank through a flushing process where the resin tank is rinsed with salt water from the brine tank. The saltwater saturates the resin bead, removing any stuck mineral ions and replacing them with sodium ions. The dissolved minerals are then flushed, and the system is ready to soften water again.

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