Hard water is water that has high mineral content. Hard water contains dissolved minerals like calcium and magnesium. Hard water is formed when water percolates through deposits of limestone, chalk or gypsum which are largely made up of calcium and magnesium carbonates, bicarbonates and sulfates. Hard-drinking water may have moderate health benefits.
Usage/Application : Domestic, Industrial & Agriculture
Capacity: 1000 to 300,000 LPH
Power Source: Non-Electric
Installation: Easy Installation
Life: Longer shelf life & Durable
Eco-friendly: No harmful chemicals
Maintainance: No maintenance is required
Signs of hard water include:
Feeling a film on your hands after washing them. This is caused by the soap reacting with calcium to form soap scum. You may need to rinse your hands longer if the water is hard.
These can appear on glasses and silverware coming out of the dishwasher. These are usually deposits of calcium carbonate.
These show up on clothes when they come out of the washing machine. Clothes can wear out faster because of the harshness of hard water.
Less water pressure in your home.
Mineral deposits can form in the pipes, essentially shrinking the interior diameter of the pipes and reducing water flow.
Common problems related to hard water:
Scale Buildup Inside Water Supply Pipes, Restricting Water Flow
Film And Scale Buildup On Ceramic Tile And Fixtures
Hard Water Wastes Soap And Synthetic Detergents
Decrease The Life Of Toilet Flushing
Hard Water Makes Bathing More Difficult For Skin And Hair.
Hard Water Builds Upscale Deposits In All Water-using Appliances And Clogs Hot Water Pipes.
Scale Deposits Shortening The Life Of Water Heaters
Spots On Glasses And Dishes Cleaned In Dishwater
Less Effective Clothes Washing Due To Lack Of Suds
Increased Wear On Clothing During Washing
Scale Can Clog Pipes - Hard Blocks Hot Water Pipes
Hard Water Can Contribute To The Scaling In Boilers, Cooling Towers And Other Industrial Equipment.
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Disadvantage Of Hard Water In domestic use:
(i) Washing: Hard water, when used for washing purposes, does not lather freely with soap. On the other hand, it produces sticky precipitates of calcium and magnesium soaps. The formation of such insoluble, sticky precipitated continues, till all calcium and magnesium salts present in water are precipitated. After that, the soap (e.g., sodium stearate) gives lather with water.
(ii) Bathing: Hard water does not lather freely with soap solution, but produces sticky scum on the bathtub and body. Thus, the cleansing quality of soap is depressed and a lot of it is wasted.
(iii) Cooking: Due to the presence of dissolved hardness-producing salts, the boiling point of water is elevated. Consequently, more fuel and time are required for cooking certain foods such as pulses, beans and peas do not cook soft in hard water. Also, tea or coffee, prepared in hard water, has an unpleasant taste and muddy-looking extract. Moreover, the dissolved salts are deposited as carbonates on the inner walls of the water heating utensils.
(iv) Drinking: Hard water causes bad effects on our digestive system. Moreover, the possibility of forming calcium oxalate crystals in urinary tracks is increased.
Disadvantage Of Hard Water In Industrial use:
(i) Textile industry: Hard water causes much of the soap (used in washing yarn, fabric etc.) to go to waste because hard water cannot produce good quality lather.
(ii) Sugar industry: Water containing sulphates, nitrates, alkali carbonated, etc., if used in sugar refining, causes difficulties in the crystallization of sugar. Moreover, the sugar so-produced may be deliquescent.
(iii) Dyeing industry: The dissolved calcium, magnesium and iron salts in hard water may react with costly dyes, forming undesirably precipitated, which yields impure shades and give spots on the fabrics being dyed.
(iv) Paper industry: Calcium and magnesium salts tend to react with chemicals and other materials employed to provide a smooth and glossy (i.e., shining) finish to the paper. Moreover, iron salts may even affect the colour of the paper being produced.
(v) Laundry: Hard water, if used in laundry, causes much of the soap used in washing to go to waste. Iron salts may even cause the colouration of the clothes.
(vi) Concrete making: Water containing chlorides and sulphates, if used for concrete making, affects the hydration of cement and the final strength of the hardened concrete.
(vii) Pharmaceutical industry: Hard water, if used for preparing pharmaceutical products (like drugs, injections, ointments, etc.) may produce certain undesirable products in them.
Disadvantage Of Hard Water In a steam generation in boilers:
For a steam generation, boilers are almost invariably employed. If the hard water is fed directly to the boilers, there arise many troubles such as:
(i) scale and sludge formation,
(iii) priming and foaming
(iv) caustic embrittlement.
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Water used for industrial purposes (such as for steam generation) should be sufficiently pure. It should, therefore, be freed from hardness-producing salts before being put to use. The process of removing hardness-producing salts from water is known as softening of water.
Magnetic water softeners is a water treatment system that is used to reduce water's hardness by passing it through a magnetic field. The idea is that by using a powerful magnet on the outside of your pipe, the magnet will pull or alter the ions found in your water before it enters your home's plumbing system.
Magnetic water treatment (also known as anti-scale magnetic treatment or AMT) is a method of supposedly reducing the effects of hard water by passing it through a magnetic field as a non-chemical alternative to water softening. A magnetic water softener uses to separate certain particles that cause hard water, such as calcium and magnesium, from the water. It is effective only on water that comes within the reach of the magnets. Magnetic water softeners do not use salt to soften your water.
Magnetic Structured water, sometimes called magnetized or hexagonal water, refers to water with a structure that has supposedly been altered to form a hexagonal cluster. Magnetic water descaling systems promise that the magnets alter the structure of the calcium particles, thus preventing limescale buildup in pipes, water heaters and household appliances. Water conditioners carry an attractive price point, require no maintenance, and are widely available, there is no substantial evidence they are effective at removing or reducing scaling.
Magnetized water affects plant growth: By exposing the water to magnets, the salt ions change and dissolve, creating purer water that is more easily taken up by the plant. Studies on how magnets affect plant growth also show that magnetic treatment of seeds enhances germination by speeding up the formation of protein in the cells.
Signs of soft water include:
A healthy lather when washing clothes, dishes, and even your hands and body.
Clothes that are cleaner, with no mineral stains and less wear-and-tear damage.
Healthy water pressure in your home.
A slight sodium taste in drinking water, though in many cases a difference in taste is imperceptible.
pH is a measurement of electrically charged particles in a substance. It indicates how acidic or alkaline (basic) that substance is. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14:
Acidic water has a pH lower than 7. Strongly acidic substances can have a pH of 0. Alkaline water has a pH of 8 or above. Strongly alkaline substances, such as lye, can have a pH of 14. Pure water has a pH of 7 and is considered “neutral” because it has neither acidic nor basic qualities. pH isn’t a quality that falls under EPA regulation because it’s considered an aesthetic quality of water. However, municipal drinking water suppliers keep their water supply at a pH of 6.5 to 8.5.
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