Water Softeners Designed for Superior Filtration

No matter where you are, Trionetics can assist you in achieving better filtration.

The use of cation-exchange resins to remove hardness from your incoming water is known as water softening. This is a type of pretreatment that protects upstream equipment from scaling. To replenish the resin, a brine tank is provided, and sodium (salt) is employed. Our softening systems, like the rest of our equipment, are built on a stainless steel frame with columns that can be on or off the frame.

A water softener is an ion exchange device that softens hard water by removing calcium and magnesium ions. When water passes through a softener, the system exchanges these hard water minerals, and the softened water exits the system. When there is a lot of calcium and magnesium in the water, it’s called “hard water.” Minerals and other particles pile up in your pipes, causing them to clog. A water softening system with sodium regeneration is built to provide soft water. Soft water is beneficial not just to your pipes, but it also aids in the reduction of scale in boilers, cooling towers, and other processes.