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|Item:||Blue FRP Reverse Osmosis Water Softener Ion Exchange System For RO Plant||Brand Name:||Chunke|
|Style:||Ion Exchange System||Application:||Drinking|
|Capacity:||Make To Order||Certification:||CE/ISO|
|Material:||SUS304/316 Or FRP||Power Supply:||220 / 380V|
|Flow Rate, T/H:||Make To Order||Customized:||Ok|
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Blue FRP Reverse Osmosis Water Softener Ion Exchange System For RO Plant
An ion exchange system consists of a tank containing small beads of synthetic resin. The beads are treated to selectively adsorb either cations(positive) or anions(negative) and exchange certain ions based on their relative activity compared to the resin. This process of ion exchange will continue until all available exchange sites are filled, at which point the resin is exhausted and must be regenerated by suitable chemicals.
Ion Exchange Water Softening
The ion exchange water softener is one of the most common tools of water treatment. Its function is to remove scale-forming calcium and magnesium ions from hard water. In many cases soluble iron (ferrous) can also be removed with softeners. A standard water softener has four major components: a resin tank, resin, a brine tank and a valve or controller.
The softener resin tank contains the treated ion exchange resin - small beads of polystyrene. The resin beads initially adsorb sodium ions during regeneration. The resin has a greater affinity for multi-valent ions such as calcium and magnesium than it does for sodium. Thus, when the hard water containing the Calcium and Magnesium Ions is passed through the resin bed, the calcium and magnesium ions adhere to the resin, releasing the sodium ions until equilibrium is reached. The water softener has exchanged its sodium ions for the calcium and magnesium ions in the water.
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