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Softener Resin - Indion 220Na INR   0 INR  0
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Softener Resin - Indion 220Na

Description: INDION 220 Na is a high capacity strongly acidic cation exchanger in bead form. It is based on cross linked polystyrene and has a gel structure. The resin contains sulphonic acid functional groups. It is supplied moist in the sodium form. Application: INDION 220 Na is used most widely in sodium form for water softening application. It can be used also in twostage de - ionising as the cation exchanger in the hydrogen cycle. Packing: HDPE Lined bags 25/ 50 lts LDPE bags 1 cft / 25 lts Super sack 1000 lts Super sack 35 cft MS drums Fiber drums with liner bags 180 lts with liner bags 7 cft Storage: Ion exchange resins require proper care at all times. The resin must never be allowed to become dry. Regularly open the plastic bags and check the condition of the resin when in storage. If not moist, add enough clean demineralised water and keep it in completely moist condition. Always keep the resin drum in the shade. Recommended storage 0 0 temperature is between 20 C and 40 C.

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Water Softener Media – Indion 2250 – Na INR   0 INR  0
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Water Softener Media – Indion 2250 – Na

What is water softening? Water softening is the removal of calcium, magnesium, and certain other metal cations in hard water. The resulting soft water is more compatible with soap and extends the lifetime of plumbing. Water softening is usually achieved using lime softening or ion-exchange resins. What is the life of water softener resin? The average life of a water softener system is 10 to 15 years, but water softeners can last for up to 20 years. Discover how to go about getting a water softener system replaced with help from a master plumber in this free video on water softeners. How often should a water softener regenerate? With the hardness minerals trapped in the resin and removed from the water, the water becomes “soft”. Over time, water softener resins get completely covered with hardness minerals and need to be cleaned. That's when backwashing takes place– to make the system “regenerate” or ready to start the softening process again. Water Softener Resin: INDION 2250 Na is a controlled particle size, strongly acidic, unifunctional, cation exchange resin containing sulphonic acid groups. It is based on cross linked polystyrene and has a gel structure. The resin is extremely robust and has excellent physical and chemical properties. It is supplied moist in the sodium form. Application: INDION 2250 Na is used most widely in sodium form for water softening application and it can be used as a substitute for conventional cation resin. It can also be used in two-stage de-ionising as the cation exchanger in the hydrogen form with INDION GS 3000 Cl. Green Water Concepts is one of the dealers of softener resin in Kerala

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Water that does not form an immediate lather with soap is called hard water. Hardness of water is due to the presence of soluble calcium, magnesium or iron compounds. The most common compounds are calcium bicarbonate Ca (HCO3)2, magnesium bicarbonate Mg (HCO3)2, calcium sulphate CaSO4 and magnesium sulphate MgSO4. The addition of soap forms an insoluble scum. The scum consists of insoluble salts of these metals. Removal of these salts from the solution makes the water soft. Water that forms an immediate lather with soap is called soft water. Such water does not have dissolved salts of calcium, magnesium and iron. Types of Hardness: Depending upon the behavior of water towards soap, hardness is divided into two types. 1. Temporary hardness: Hardness of water due to the presence of soluble bicarbonates of calcium and Magnesium is called temporary hardness. When water containing dissolved carbon dioxide passes over solid carbonates (chalk or limestone deposits etc.), these compounds get dissolved in water. Rainwater and distilled water are always soft because they do not have dissolved (soluble) salts. 2. Permanent hardness: This is due to the presence of chlorides and sulphates of calcium and magnesium. Such a hardness can be removed by the addition of washing soda. This removes both the temporary and the permanent hardness of water. Problems with hard water The presence of certain metal ions in water causes a variety of problems. These ions interfere with the action of soaps. They also lead to build up of lime scale, which can foul plumbing, and galvanic corrosion. In industrial scale water softening plants, the effluent flow from re-generation process can precipitate scale that can interfere with sewerage systems. The slippery feeling experienced when using soap with soft water occurs because soaps tend to bind to fats in the surface layers of skin, making soap molecules difficult to remove by simple dilution. In contrast, in hard-water areas the rinse water contains calcium and/or magnesium ions which form insoluble salts, effectively removing the residual soap from the skin but potentially leaving a coating of insoluble stearates on tub and shower surfaces, commonly called soap scum. So it is very essential to remove the hardness of water which is known as softening of water. METHODS OF SOFTENING OF WATER Temporary hardness is removed in the following ways: Permanent hardness can be removed by the following methods: Practical means for softening water rely on ion-exchange polymers or reverse osmosis. Other approaches include precipitation methods and sequestration by the addition of chelating) agents. Devices that claim to use magnetism or electricity as a “water softening” technique are fraudulent. Ion-exchange resin Conventional water-softening appliances intended for household use depend on an ion-exchange resin in which hardness ions mainly Ca2+ and Mg2+ are exchanged for sodium ions. Ion exchange devices reduce the hardness by replacing magnesium and calcium (Mg2+ and Ca2+) with sodium or potassium ions (Na+ and K+).” Types of ion exchange materials Ion exchange resins are organic polymers containing anionic functional groups to which the di-cations (Ca++) bind more strongly than mono-cations (Na+). Inorganic materials called zeolites also exhibit ion-exchange properties. These minerals are widely used in laundry detergents. Resins are also available to remove carbonate, bi-carbonate and sulphate ions which are absorbed and hydroxide ions released from the resin. Regeneration of ion exchange resins When all the available Na+ ions have been replaced by calcium or magnesium ions, the resin must be re-charged by eluting the Ca2+ and Mg2+ ions using a solution of sodium chloride or sodium hydroxide depending on the type of resin used. For anionic resins, regeneration typically uses a solution of sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide. The waste waters eluted from the ion exchange column containing the unwanted calcium and magnesium salts are typically discharged to the sewerage system.

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