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How Does Chlorine Affect Water Softener Resin? | Rayne of

Jul 21, 2020 · During the softening process, water that has higher levels of chlorine will actually oxidize the resin beads. This will affect the process and reduce the life of the resin, sometimes by half! Some experts state that water softener resin that is exposed to chlorinated water will last about 10 years.

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Thereafter, the water to be softened is pumped through the resin bed and ion exchange occurs. Calcium and magnesium ions displace sodium ions from the resin, leaving the flowing water rich in sodium salts. Sodium salts stay in solution at very high concentrations and temperatures and do not form harmful scale in the boiler.

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Operating well below the manufacturer's recommended flow rates can also negatively affect softener performance. At low flow rates, the water is not sufficiently distributed, and the optimum resin-water contact cannot take place. When a softener is exhausted, the resin must be regenerated. Monitoring of the effluent hardness reveals resin exhaustion.

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Jun 01, 2015 · On today's Boiling Point, Ritchie and Steve Duvall talk about water resin. Steve Duvall is the man behind the phone, answering all calls as your technical su

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Whats Inside your Water Softener: A Closer Look at Resin

May 17, 2020 · Throughout the life of a water softener, resin is under constant attack from hydraulic shock, oxidation, osmotic shock, general attrition, fouling and more. Resin manufacturers often use ten years as a general rule for expected lifetime, but this can change significantly depending on the conditions to which the resin is subjected.

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Aug 26, 2020 · As water flows through the softener system, sodium ions are released (exchanged) from the resin, and the hard water ions are collected on the exchange sites. When a softener with new (or regenerated) resin is placed in service, sodium ions adsorbed on the exchange sites within the resin are immediately exchanged with calcium and magnesium cations.

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