Creating a quality-driven set of Water Softener Resins, our commodities aid in exchanging calcium and magnesium ions with Na+ ions, thus getting pure sodium salts, which do not create boiler scales. With each service round the resin is cleaned back with water, preceded by recreation with 5-15% of NaCl solution.
In this process, magnesium and calcium ions are replaced with sodium ions. This gets active and the process reaches a state of rest with much lower levels of magnesium and calcium than what it originally started with.
This resin can be recharged via a concentration of sodium ions, until the new balance is reached. Such a method is majorly used in dishwashers, which require high degrees of dishwasher salt. The recharged ion softens the water, thus removing limescale deposits on utensils.