What is industrial and commercial water softening?
INDUSTRIAL WATER SOFTENERS
The correct mineral balance of incoming water to industrial systems is critical to the proper operation and maintenance of costly equipment. It is also critical to deliver a consistent finished product. To allow the industrial process to continue, industrial water softeners remove excess minerals such as calcium and magnesium to a specified and monitored level.
The process of industrial water purification and softening converts unfit for industrial use water into water that is free of sediment and contaminants and has the proper pH balance.
The industrial water softening system necessitates that the incoming water pass through a porous resin bed. This resin has the look and feel of tiny plastic beads. These fine beads have been designed and treated in such a way that each tiny bead is extremely porous. The surface area is also chemically altered indefinitely to make it highly attractive to the offending minerals.
COMMERCIAL WATER SOFTENERS
Ion exchange is a process used by commercial water softeners to remove harsh manganese, iron, calcium, and magnesium ions from your incoming water supply. You will use less detergent, see less hard water build-up, save money on repairs from unnecessary wear and tear on industrial equipment, and be able to conduct business more effectively with softening. From complex manufacturing to laundry, NETSOL's industrial softening systems provide the water quality required to increase the efficiency of your business.
Netsol’s solution to industrial and commercial softener
Water softeners, both industrial and commercial, ensure that water does not become too "hard," resulting in a buildup of scum and scale. If softener systems are properly maintained, they can be an excellent solution to hard water supply.
At NETSOL WATER, we provide PMs (preventative maintenance) programs on industrial and commercial water softeners, as well as high purity systems, reverse osmosis equipment, and systems and filters, on a quarterly, annual, or any other frequency that meets the needs of our customers.
If hard water is not kept in check, it can cause scale buildup on the inside of water pipes, reducing heat conductivity, increasing heating costs, and potentially blocking the pipe passage entirely. Scale, which is typically composed of calcium, reduces the effectiveness of soap when it reacts with it in the shower, dishwasher, sink, washing machine, and other places, resulting in scum buildup.
We are genuinely committed to providing and delivering water solutions at NETSOL WATER SOLUTION, not just selling High Purity and Industrial Water Systems and Service. This includes water softener services such as testing, installing, and other water softener systems. We also provide free technical phone support and an easy online store where you can buy parts quickly and easily.
Dairies, schools, factories, laundries, car washes, nursing homes, boiler feed water, food industry plants, municipal water works, apartments and condominiums, motels, hotels, resorts, hospitals, manufacturing facilities, institutional facilities, office complexes, cooling towers, farms, and more can all benefit from our commercial and industrial water softeners!
NETSOL WATER devotes all of their expertise to the development of our water softening systems, which feature a unique and patented system.
Our water softening systems use a co-current, counter-current, and packed bed (up core) regeneration sequence based on ion exchange principles. Sodium ions replace unwanted calcium, magnesium, and iron while allowing sodium components to pass through during water softening process.
All of our systems follow a five-part cycle:
1. Service: This is the softening process that takes place.
2. Backwash: Also known as hydraulic water cleaning.
3. Brine injection: This returns the resin to its sodium state.
4. Slow rinse: This removes residual brine.
5. Quick flush: Prepares the softening resin for the service cycle.
Installing a NETSOL water softening system will increase efficiency, water capacity, flow rates, reliability, and reduce operating costs.