Process for softening water without harmful chemicals
Water not only consists of pure water molecules, but also contains small amounts of foreign substances.
These can be solid, insoluble substances such as sand, or dissolved electrically charged, non-charged substances as well as organic or inorganic compounds.
The atoms or ionized substances electrically charged in water exist as ions, which can be positively or negatively charged.
When the temperature increases, however, the solubility conditions change and dissolved carbonic acid is released, which can lead to visible limescale deposits in technical applications.
The ion exchanger principle is a type of water treatment in which the salts dissolved in the water are removed in order to reduce the hardness of the water and thus prevent calcification of pipes and equipment.
The electrical charge carriers dissolved in the water are replaced, the water is made usable for the respective application and the service life of your system is significantly increased.
An ion exchanger can completely desalinate the water, condition it for your process or remove heavy metals from the water.
This guarantees that you will comply with official regulations and protect yourself and the environment in the long term.
Oos Wassertechnik offers you innovative technologies based on the ion exchange process and has the necessary know-how in planning, manufacturing and plant construction for more than 30 years.
We are the right partner for all your questions too:
- softening plants
- demineralisation plants
- selective ion exchangers