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Softening plants, , Primary water treatment plants, drinking water and desalination plants, Natural water contains calcium salts, magnesium salts, strontium salts and barium salts and the sum of the first two kinds of salt indicates its hardness. industrial waste water, desalination, purification, standard plants


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Softening plants
 
softening plants
softening plants
Natural water contains calcium salts, magnesium salts, strontium salts and barium salts and the sum of the first two kinds of salt indicates its hardness.
Such hardness forms incrustations into the domestic and industrial plants, particularly into heating devices, steam boilers and heat exchangers, provoking obstructions and yield losses of these devices. Water hardness is also undesired during various industrial processes such as washes, dyeing, etc.

HOW SOFTENING PLANTS AD/M SERIES WORK
Ionic exchange softeners in sodium cycle work effectively changing calcium and magnesium ions with sodium ions, therefore preventing hardness related to incrustations.

They are composed of a cylinder containing ionic exchange resins in which the water to be treated passes through. Such resins are periodically regenerated with the use of sodium chloride stored into a proper container.

The resin regeneration is automatically managed according to a preset time or volume by an electronic programmer and suitably dimensioned valves made of anti acid material. In case of softeners for domestic use the resins will be also disinfected during every regeneration process and the softeners will be equipped with a by-pass, non return valve and mixer in compliance with the D.P.R. n. 443/91.

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industrial waste water, desalination, purification, standard plants



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