Solution for Control of Water Produced by Resin Column Corrosion & Removal of Residual Hardness
The most common way to remove water hardness is using resin hardeners. The basis of this type of hardener is the use of the ion exchange process by cationic or anionic resins. The properties of resins are that when exposed to hard water, their sodium ions are replaced by sedimentary ions such as calcium and magnesium in the water. Thus, by removing calcium and magnesium salts from hard water, the solutes in the water are soluble and do not tend to precipitate. The ion exchanging will continue until the sodium of resins are replaced with calcium and magnesium of water, after which the efficiency of the water softening process will gradually decrease and the resins will have to be restored and reduced.
It is important to note that the resins will saturated and lose their function until they need to be reduced through the process, so in any case, the hardness of the resin columns is entered into the system more or less, which if this hardness is not controlled by the Resin Supplement Mitreh Solution results in a reduction in the efficiency of the exchangers. One of the obvious benefits of the Resin Supplement Mitreh solution is the corrosion prevention, so it eliminates both residual hardness and controls corrosion.
The Resin Supplement Mitreh solution is used to complete the sediment control process to protect the installation against sediment formation and corrosion.
Inject required amount of solution code MSA1256 with a dosing pump to the output of the softener system according to the hardness and other physical and chemical properties of the water produced.
It is advisable to consult the experts of this company to ensure the improvement of the performance of injectable additives and to determine and measure all parameters of water process.
Some Physical Properties of the Solution:
|pH||4.6 – 5.7||Physical state||Liquid|
|Boiling temperature range (˚C)||95 – 97||Color||Very light brown|
|Freezing temperature range (˚C)||-17 – -16||Odor||Odorless|
|Solubility in water||Dissolves rapidly||Density at 20˚C (gr⁄ml)||1.189 – 1.199|