DM (Demineralization) Water Treatment Plant

Water hardness refers to the amount of dissolved minerals, especially calcium and magnesium, present in the water.Water hardness can vary depending on the source of the water and the local geology The level of hardness is expressed in terms of grains per gallon (gpg) or milligrams per liter (mg/L).

Water hardness can range from soft to very hard, with the following classifications:

Soft water: 0-17.1 mg/L (0-1 gpg)
Slightly hard water: 17.1-60 mg/L (1-3.5 gpg)
Moderately hard water: 60-120 mg/L (3.5-7 gpg)
Hard water: 120-180 mg/L (7-10.5 gpg)
Very hard water: over 180 mg/L (over 10.5 gpg)

Water hardness can cause various problems, such as clogging of pipes, reducing the effectiveness of soap, block water tank and various appliances..Water hardness is largely responsible for skin and hair problems. You will get zero hardness water by installing this plant. Which can save your energy time and money.