Water Softeners Designed for Superior Filtration
No matter where you are, Trionetics can assist you in achieving better filtration.
Water softening is removing hardness from incoming water using cation-exchange resins. This is a type of pretreatment that prevents scaling of upstream equipment. A brine tank and sodium (salt) are provided to replenish the resin. Like the rest of our equipment, our softening systems are built on a stainless-steel frame with columns that can be on or off the frame.
A water softener is a device that uses ion exchange to remove calcium and magnesium ions from hard water. As water passes through a softener, these hard water minerals are exchanged, and the softened water exits the system. The term “hard water” refers to water that is high in calcium and magnesium. Minerals and other debris accumulate in your pipes and clog them. A water softening system with sodium regeneration provides soft water. Soft water is beneficial to pipes, but it also aids in the prevention of scale buildup in boilers, cooling towers and other processes.