Water is referred to as “hard” when it contains more minerals
(namely calcium and magnesium) than ordinary water;
the degree of water hardness increases as more calcium and magnesium dissolve. Removal of these minerals is accomplished by softening the water through an ion exchange process. It is a crucial process since it has a direct impact on our daily life.
Below are some examples of the numerous inconveniences of hard water:
- Harsh on the skin.
- Scaling in boilers, heat exchangers, industrial equipment and other devices.
- Requirement for more soap and synthetic detergents for home laundry and washing.
- Clogging of the pipes.
As a specialist of water softening systems, Aquarius S.A.L has designed and installed more than 1,500 water softening plants, of different dimensions and uses.