G1 Aqua

Water Softening Plants

Water Softening Plants

Water Treatment Systems

Water Softeners

Product Description

The Water Softeners from G1 Aqua utilize a high-capacity polystyrene bead cation exchange resin in sodium form. As hard water flows through this resin column, calcium and magnesium salts, which cause hardness, are replaced with sodium salts that do not possess any hardness properties. This continuous softening process continues until the resin becomes exhausted of sodium salts, at which point it undergoes regeneration with a solution of common salt.

G1 Aqua's Water Softener units are designed based on the advanced Co-current/Counter-current principle, ensuring consistently high-quality treated water. A typical water softening plant comprises pre-filters, a Water Softener Vessel with Resin, Brine Tank, and associated accessories.

These Water Softener units are available in a diverse range of materials such as FRP (Fiber Reinforced Plastic), LDPE (Low-Density Polyethylene), MS (Mild Steel), MS Rubber Lined, and Stainless Steel. Equipped with Multiport Valves/Diaphragm Valves, these units are designed to provide long trouble-free service. Installation is easy, requiring no special foundation, and maintenance is minimal.

**Automatic Twin Water Softening Plant**

G1 Aqua offers fully automatic twin Softeners with salt-saving technology, producing soft water with low residual hardness. These softeners consume almost 25% less salt, resulting in cost savings on the regeneration process.

**Water Softening Plants – Lime Softening**

In addition to traditional water softeners, G1 Aqua provides Lime Softening Plants. The Lime Softening Process involves the addition of lime (calcium hydroxide) to remove hardness ions (calcium and magnesium) through precipitation. Lime softening achieves softening by reacting with CO2 to form calcium carbonate precipitate. It then reacts with multivalent cations to remove carbonate hardness and with anions to replace non-carbonate hardness due to multivalent cations with non-carbonate hardness due to calcium. However, it's important to note that this process generates large volumes of sludge and is not widely used in modern applications.

Product Specifications

Design PrincipleCo-current/counter-current Principle
Valve SystemsMutiport / Diaphragm

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