A water softener helps eliminate the minerals that cause water hardness, which is one of the most prevalent water quality issues. Hard water takes a toll on appliances, causes soap scum to build up in bathrooms and kitchens pipes and drains and dries up hair and skin. Water softeners are essential as they have several proven qualities. They can help prevent water heaters from damage, flaky tap heads, and prevent hours of soapy residue cleanup. A water softener will save time, energy, and money while also protecting the house and the property.
Why use a water softener? Hard water may create havoc in the home. Scale deposits itself in the water pipes and drains, blocking them, lowering the water pressure, and decreasing the drainage. Dishwashers, washing machines, water heaters, coffee makers, and other equipment’ lifespans are drastically reduced by scale. Besides, hard water also damages hot water equipment. Calcium and magnesium will crystallize and thicken into solid deposits within the water heaters as the water temperature rises.
Structure of the water softener: A standard water softener is made up of two tanks: a tall, narrow softening tank and a small, wide brine tank. The water-supply pipe is linked to the softener tank. The brine tank and the softener tank are connected by a comparatively tiny fill tube. A discharge hose connects the softener tank to a drainage pipe or dries well nearby. The softener tank is stocked with resin beads that have been properly prepared and are permanently sealed within the tank. The brine tank’s cover may be removed and filled with salt or potassium chloride pellets.
Mechanism of a water softener: A water softener is a water filtration system that uses the mechanism of an ion exchange to remove the hardness of water due to calcium and magnesium minerals from the water. The water softener tank’s top fills with water, which filters down via the resin beads. The negative charge of the resin attracts the positively charged minerals in the water. The mineral deposits adhere to the resin, and the softened water flows out of the softener tank and throughout the home.
A water softener must be installed by professional, licensed plumber. PHD Plumbing, Heating and Drain has years of experience and expertise in the installation of water softener in your home, office or business. Our professionals are trained and certified to provide the best possible solutions for all your plumbing needs.
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