Ion exchange, in which two groups of ions with the same charge are swapped, can be used to reduce the concentration of undesirable dissolved minerals in hard water. Read on to learn more about how ion exchange for hard water can produce high-quality, softened water that better suits a wide range of applications.
How Hard Water Treatment Works
High concentrations of dissolved minerals, especially calcium and magnesium, cause water to become hard. Mineral deposits in plumbing, appliances and other machinery can corrode them and leave unsightly stains.
Ion exchange, in which two groups of ions with the same charge are swapped, can be used to reduce the concentration of objectionable dissolved minerals in hard water. What can be filtered out depends on the water’s contaminants and the efficiency of the ion exchanger.
The Benefits of Water Desalination and Softening
Hydrosmart’s methods of hard water treatment offer answers to issues brought on by subpar water sources.
An example of this is how it enables turf growers to make use of water supplies previously deemed inappropriate. This extends the turf’s viability and lifespan in the face of erratic weather patterns.
It also helps to fight and prevent corrosion: Hydrosmart works to dissolve minerals effectively and for longer than untreated water because it breaks transitory bonds. Minerals are effectively hydrated as a consequence, becoming less reactive and having their corrosion activity reduced, protecting your irrigation system.
In short, Hydrosmart provides a long-term, chemical-free, eco-friendly water desalination and softening solution at an affordable price for applications in industry, commercial settings and residential homes.
Contact the team at Hydrosmart to learn more about hard water treatment and how it can effectively produce high-quality water to match your needs. We are always happy to answer any questions and provide expert advice to guide you.
Learn about Hydrosmart’s effective hard water treatment and how it could benefit your business. Just call us now on 08 8357 3334.