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About Water Treatment

Water Treatment

Water Treatment

Tap water whether supplied from a water bed or source, always contains a certain quantity of mineral salts. Among these, calcium and magnesium bicarbonate are deposited at temperatures of over 30°, forming limestone. The limestone can be reduced by treating the water with a machine commonly known as a “softener”.

By opting for this solution, you can cut down faults and energy consumption of washing machines and dishwashers, limit deposits on taps and their fittings, on sanitary fittings and shower cabins, and thus obtain savings in the use of soap, detergent and softening materials.

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02 71 00 - Groundwater Treatment
22 66 00 - Chemical-Waste Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities
22 67 00 - Processed Water Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities
22 67 13 - Processed Water Piping for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities
22 67 13.13 - Distilled-Water Piping
22 67 13.16 - Reverse-Osmosis Water Piping
22 67 13.19 - Deionized-Water Piping
40 23 00 - Water Process Piping
40 23 13 - Deionized Water Process Piping
40 23 16 - Distilled-Water Process Piping
40 23 33 - Reverse-Osmosis Water Process Piping
44 40 00 - Water Pollution Control Equipment

Categories: water treatment, water softener, tap water, bwt, dynergy.

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