Water softener

Water Softener

Tap or well water is usually colorless and contains a number of components which are not visible to our eyes. Among those components, that is not visible are calcium and magnesium compounds which are the typical factor for causing "hardness ". Water which contains the huge amount of these compounds is called "hard water" and less amount is called "soft water".

What is Soft water and Hard Water?

There are different ways to coin the origin of word “Hard Water”. There are some traditional sayings [When you boil beans and if becomes hard then the water is hard; or when silk is scoured and if it becomes hard then the water is hard]. In fact, it has always been thought that "hard water contains a component that makes other things hard too. Conversely, when soft water is used, beans and silk become soft. Apparently, the hardness and softness of water is determined by the concentration of minerals like calcium and magnesium. It is clear, there is no standard limit of these minerals that defines whether water is hard or soft. However, water showing hardness up to about 30 mg / l is regarded as hard water. Our softener from Organo has managed to reduce hardness to less than 1 mg / l. For drinking purpose, the permissible limit by government for hardness is 300 mg /l. From this result, it is understandable that the water supply from tap is almost equivalent to soft water.

Types of water Softeners

  • Fully automatic water softener
    SA Series
    SA Series

    Eco friendly design with easy maintenance. details

  • Fully automatic water softener
    SAA Series
    SAA Series

    Extremely simple auto regeneration ability. details

  • Fully automatic water softener
    AWS Series
    AWS Series

    Extremely easy application. Atmospheric air flow is better than SAA series. details

  • Fully automatic water softener
    SAA-K / SAB-K Series
    SAB-K

    Can also be used for treatment capacity of 100m3/h. details

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