How to protect of Water Softener from failures in Industrial Sector?
The amount of salt used on a particular day does not seem to be noticeable, but the salt and operating costs of Industrial water softeners add up over its lifetime. You will be amazed at how high the operating and material costs of the water softener are compared to the purchase price.
You can reduce the salt and water wastage. This is achieved by passing water through two water softeners in series to eliminate the offline tank. This avoids water quality degradation and the high operating and environmental costs typically associated with traditional industrial water softeners.
How does it work?
Industrialsoft water tanks are always online, so water passes through the first softener and then the second softener. This allows you to achieve high water quality while using lower and more efficient softener.
For example, most large Industrial water softeners regenerate using 7 kilograms of salt per cubic foot of resin. This level leads to high water quality, but at the expense of efficiency. In contrast, some water softener allows you to use a lower percentage of saline solution while producing high quality water. The design reduces salt consumption by up to 40%, reducing hardness and reducing water consumption.
For critical water applications, some water softeners can achieve this, providing unmatched performance.
Nearly zero hardness softeners are preferred. Hardness loss at the end point is greatly reduced. The initial hardness loss is minimal, and with industry-leading efficiency, it reduces the amount of salt used and at the same time achieve better water quality. Since less water is used in the regeneration step, waste of water can be reduced.
As a key bonus, great design of Industrial water softeners provides a "fail safe" risk reduction for critical processes. This is done by eliminating the single point of failure found in other Industrial water softeners by keeping both water softeners always running. In addition, the softener can be pulled online in high flow scenarios, allowing the system to run in parallel, regardless of operator or polisher unit. When the flow returns to normal, the system reverts to a double-path configuration. This flexibility and performances are unique to industrial water softeners.
The Zero Hardness water softener has been successful in its operational efficiency, salt savings and risk mitigation.
We at Netsolprovide the highest quality water for Industrial environments while significantly reducing the chance of failure. This is done by passing water in series through two water softeners to minimize harmful hardness.
This is a hard water solution for Industrial applications in processes, production, and critical devices that require the highest quality soft water. Examples of applications where soft water is important include industrial reverse osmosis and boilers. They become less efficient and damaged whenexposed to hard water.
Most Industrial water softeners operate in alternative mode. One water softener tank is online, and the other water softener tank is offline. This approach has a single point of failure and can increase the likelihood of difficult losses and performance failures.
Our double-pass softener design keeps both industrial water softeners online, reducing the risk of water quality degradation and shutting down or limiting the process. In the event of a softener tank failure, the Zero Hardness fail-safe design of the other tank will always soften the water without running out of soft water. This eliminates the largest single point of failure found in standard industrial water softeners.