Water Softeners

Reduce the amount of hardness in feedwater by filtering through an ion exchange resin bed
Water softening is a water treatment process that uses cation ion exchange resin media to reduce hardness, primarily calcium and magnesium, and to reduce potential hardness scaling in downstream operations. Reducing scaling potential of the product water will reduce mineral scale on reverse osmosis membranes, water heaters, boilers and other equipment. Calcium, magnesium and other cations removed by the resin are most often replaced with sodium ions.