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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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Aqua Conditioners Technology The Aqua Conditioners technology is unique because it: Prevents scale & also breaks down existing scale – without salts, chemicals or electricity Provides an endless supply of ‘softened’ water without further cost or maintenance What is a Aqua Conditioner system? According to some very narrow definitions, a ‘water-softener’ changes hard water into the soft water only with the removal of calcium from the water with sodium carbonate. This means the Aqua Conditioners unit is not technically a water softener as it does not add chemicals or remove any minerals from the water flow. However, it does turn ‘hard water‘ into ‘soft water’ as characteristics of the calcium molecules changes so that it does not drop out and cling to other surfaces. The Aqua Conditioners device prevents scale from forming by neutralizing the scale producing properties of the minerals in hard water. This means the neutralized mineral particles will flow freely through the system without sticking to the surfaces. What does the Aqua Conditioners technology do? The technology is designed to protect plumbing systems and other surfaces from the negative effects of hard water minerals. The scale and residue that usually sticks to pipes, valves and other surfaces is prevented from forming by changing the hard minerals in the water into inactive microscopic particles. These inactive mineral particles stay suspended in the water (much like minerals are suspended in milk) and flow freely, unable to stick to surfaces. Most importantly, unlike hard water minerals, if the inactive mineral particles occasionally drop out of suspension they can easily be washed or wiped away without the use of caustic chemicals. How does a Aqua Conditioners work? The unit is installed directly on your water line. It has at its core a non-sacrificial, catalytic converter that is non-ferrous, resists rusting and corrosion, and is totally non-toxic and ecologically safe. The unit requires no salt, no resins, no electricity, no magnets, no back washing and no maintenance. Using a unique combination of metals within the alloy core plus the principle of turbulence (the Venturi effect), the water flow is forced through the Aqua Conditioners unit where an electro-chemical catalytic reaction occurs. During this reaction, electrons are transferred between molecules, completing missing electrons and so new mineral compounds are formed. The electro-physical changes in the minerals neutralize their scale producing properties. The result is that previously ‘hard’ minerals are changed from being large molecules into inactive, microscopic mineral particles. The Chemistry Blended in a specialized foundry process, each alloy core is made up of a number of dissimilar metals scientifically selected from the anode and cathode galvanic scale. The alloy is not a sacrificial anode (ie; does not need replacement). On contact with water thousands of intense galvanic electrochemical reactions occur along the length of the alloy core. Minerals are attracted to these galvanic sites as they flow through the system. The electrical charge or zeta potential of the minerals in the water is reduced allowing the minerals to aggregate and form nano-sized colloids which remain in suspension rather than precipitate on pipes and associated equipment. Zeta potential is considered to be the electric potential of the minerals in the water. Aqua Conditioners lowers the Zeta potential of water by a factor of almost 2. Green Water Concepts India Pvt Ltd supplies Aqua Conditioner Water Softners

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Iron Removal Media - Purolite M

Purolite MZ10 Plus Purolite MZ10 Plus is an iron removal media that removes soluble iron, manganese, hydrogen sulfide, arsenic and radium from water supplies. In addition to its catalytic property, it also facilitates the redox reaction of iron and manganese. Purolite MZ10 Plus effectively removes iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide from natural waters. It can even be used at high operating temperatures and differential pressures without breakdown of the media. Unlike other medias, it does not require extensive pre-conditioning. PUROLITE MZ 10 is a Manganese Zeolite, an oxidizing and filtering medium, prepared by processing glauconite, a natural product, better known as “greensand”. PUROLITE MZ 10 effectively removes from natural waters iron, manganese and hydrogen sulphide, which are of particular concern because very small amounts of any one in a water supply can seriously limit its usefulness. Water for industrial and domestic uses must be iron and manganese free. In many countries, for municipal use, iron content cannot exceed 0.2 ppm and manganese 0.05 ppm, but they should preferably be less than 0.05 and 0.02 ppm respectively. In certain industries like pulp and paper mills, tanneries and textile plants, dye houses and laundries, it is almost impossible to operate with iron or manganese bearing waters since they would produce objectionable stains, streaks, spots and off-colours on many manufactured products. Iron and manganese also foul ion exchange resins which necessitate their removal as pretreatment to most ion exchange processes. PUROLITE MZ 10 is a quite versatile product that, used in conjunction with potassium permanganate, thanks to its catalytic properties, can reduce iron and manganese in water supplies to extremely low levels. None of procedures such as aeration, chlorination and filtration can yield an effluent with the same quality as obtained with the use of PUROLITE MZ 10. PUROLITE MZ 10 has a few unique characteristics in addition to its catalytic property that provides the maximum utilization of the oxidizing agent used, such as potassium permanganate, chlorine or dissolved oxygen, which results in increasing both the rate and the completeness of the oxidation reaction. Its oxidation reduction buffered capacity, for instance, governs the length of the operating cycle on the discontinuous process and permits a safe and smooth operation when it applies to the continuous process. Just as ion exchange resins have the capacity to exchange ions, so PUROLITE MZ 10 has the capacity to exchange electrons. This means that it can oxidize iron or manganese until the supply of electrons becomes depleted. These electrons may be replaced continuously or discontinuously by the addition of an oxidizing chemical such as potassium permanganate. The nodular shape and the fine size of the granules, together with their ruggedness and durability, afford excellent filtration efficiency, even after years of continuous service. COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE • Backwash the PUROLITE MZ 10 bed with water at a minimum linear flow rate of 30 m/h (m3/h/m2) for 15 to 20 minutes or, if available, with air and water. • Regenerate the PUROLITE MZ10 bed with potassium permanganate using a regenerant level of 3 g of KMnO4 per litre of zeolite, slowly passing a 0.3% solution through the bed in 30 minutes. • Displace the regenerant solution with 1 BV of water in 30 minutes. • 4 Rinse with 5 to 6 BV of water at the service flow rate, check the absence of potassium permanganate in the effluent and start the service run. HOW PUROLITE MZ 10 WORKS PUROLITE MZ 10 is employed following two basic application techniques, the choice of which depends primarily on the level and relative amounts of iron and manganese existing in the water to be treated. When iron removal is the primary objective, generally the continuous technique is applied. On the other hand, when the removal of manganese is the primary goal, the discontinuous technique is employed. Mixed techniques can be used for large units when both iron and manganese must be reduced to very low levels. The reaction in the removal of manganese is that PUROLITE MZ 10 oxidizes the manganese salts in the water to a higher insoluble oxide and, at the same time, the higher oxides which constitute the Manganese Zeolite coating are reduced to a lower insoluble oxide. After a specified quantity of raw water has been treated, or, in other words, after the oxidation 3 capacity is exhausted, the PUROLITE MZ 10 bed is regenerated with potassium permanganate. This step returns all the lower manganese oxides to the higher oxides and the cycle begins again. A similar reaction occurs in the removal of iron, with the difference that the ferrous ions are turned into ferric hydroxides, which are then filtered out by the bed. While the discontinuous system involves periodic regenerations with potassium permanganate the continuous system requires constant addition of potassium permanganate and/or other oxidizing chemicals directly into the water ahead of the PUROLITE MZ 10 filter. The discontinuous process sequence is: backwash, regeneration with a dilute solution of potassium permanganate, rinse and return to service, all requiring about one hour. Treated water is recommended for backwashing unless the iron and manganese in the raw water are very low. To maintain the bed in a clean condition, occasional air-water washes are recommended. The continuous process sequence is: backwash, rinse, and return to service, all requiring about 20 minutes. When backwashing with treated water, this rinse may be unnecessary. HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS Pressure drop of a fluid passing through a fixed bed of any granular filter medium is related to the service flow rate, and to the viscosity and the temperature of the fluid. Typical values of pressure drop for PUROLITE MZ 10 are found in the figure below. PUROLITE MZ 10 is a pretty heavy product and requires important backwash flow rates to expand the bed and free it up from any particulate matter (mostly iron hydroxides) filtered out during the service run. To be effective, the backwash flow rate must expand the bed by a minimum of 35 to 40% for 10 to 20 minutes or until the effluent is clear. The proper backwash flow rate can be determined using the figure below. Low pressure compressed air applied prior to backwash with water can help loosening the PUROLITE MZ 10 bed. THE DISCONTINUOUS PROCESS The discontinuous process shall be used when both iron and manganese need to be removed, or whenever a minimum residual manganese concentration in the treated water is to be guaranteed. PUROLITE MZ 10 is in this case regenerated with a fixed amount of potassium permanganate when the specified quantity of water has been treated. This technique is so simple, safe and effective that it is widely used for household applications as well as for large industrial water treatment units.

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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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