Industrial water softener plant

Water softening plant

WTE offers a highly durable water-softening plant designed to tackle domestic and industrial use cases, with minimum maintenance costs and high-end productivity. Water softening, is the process of removing the dissolved calcium and magnesium salts that cause hardness in water.

Softener plants are in various MOC like MSEP, MSFRP, FRP, and MSRL et. 

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Product Description

Water softening plant is used to exchange ions through resin bed in sodium form and provides soft water. The resin bed is regenerated using sodium chloride solution for regaining its ability after a certain period of time. Unlike hard water, softened water forms insoluble scales or precipitates in pipes and tanks. Water softening is thus indispensable in many industries, and small water-softening units are used in homes in a number of countries.



Water softeners are specific ion exchangers that are designed to remove ions, which are positively charged. Softeners mainly remove calcium (Ca2+) and magnesium (Mg2+) ions. Calcium and magnesium are often referred to as 'hardness-causing minerals'. Softeners are sometimes even applied to remove iron. Softeners can operate automatically, semi-automatic, or manually. Each type is rated on the amount of hardness it can remove before regeneration is necessary. A water softener collects hardness minerals within its conditioning tank and from time to time flushes them away to drain. When an ion exchanger is applied for water softening, it will replace the calcium and magnesium ions in the water with other ions, for instance, sodium or potassium. The exchanger ions are added to the ion exchanger reservoir as sodium and potassium salts (NaCl and KCl).



  • WTE has our own indigenous design and manufacturing unit for softening vessels
  • Softener plants of various MOC like MSEP, MSFRP, FRP, and MSRL, etc. are available 
  • Lower chemical consumption, highly durable
  • Our softener plants are cost-effective
  • Easy maintenance.
  • Provide enhanced consistency in water quality



  • For cooling tower makeup water
  • For domestic applications, utility, industries
  • For Low-pressure boilers makeup water


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Frequently Asked Question

What is a water softener plant?

A water softener plant is a system that is used to remove hard water minerals such as calcium and magnesium, which can cause hardness in water. Hard water can cause a variety of problems, including build-up of mineral deposits on pipes and appliances, reduced effectiveness of soaps and detergents, and discoloration of clothes. A water softener plant uses ion exchange to remove hard water minerals and replace them with softer minerals, such as sodium.

How does a water softener plant work?

A water softener plant typically consists of a mineral tank and a brine tank. The mineral tank contains a bed of resin beads, which are coated with sodium ions. As hard water flows through the mineral tank, the calcium and magnesium ions in the water exchange places with the sodium ions on the resin beads. This effectively removes the hard water minerals from the water and replaces them with softer minerals. The brine tank contains a concentrated solution of sodium chloride (salt) which is used to regenerate the resin beads when they become saturated with hard water minerals.

What are the advantages of using a water softener plant?

Water softener plants have several advantages, including:

• Improved water quality: Water softener removes hard water minerals, which can cause a variety of problems such as scaling, discoloration, and reduced effectiveness of soaps and detergents.
• Longer lifespan of appliances: Hard water can cause build-up of mineral deposits on pipes and appliances, which can shorten their lifespan. Softened water can help to extend the lifespan of appliances by preventing build-up of mineral deposits.
• Cost-effective: A water softener can be a cost-effective solution for hard water problems, as it can help to reduce the need for costly repairs and replacements of appliances.
• Better lathering of soap: Soft water lathers better with soap, resulting in more bubbles and less soap consumption.

What are the disadvantages of water softener plant?

The main disadvantage of a water softener plant is the cost of operation. It requires salt to regenerate the resin beads, which can be costly. Additionally, the process generates a large amount of brine waste, which can also be expensive to dispose of.

What are the common applications of water softener plants?

Water softener plants are commonly used in a variety of residential, commercial and industrial applications, including:

• Homes: to improve the quality of water for drinking and household use.
• Industries: to improve the effectiveness of cleaning agents, reduce scaling and extend the lifespan of equipment.
• Power Plants: to prevent scaling in boilers and heat exchangers
• Laboratories: to prevent scaling in glassware and equipment

How often do the resin beads need to be replaced?

The resin beads typically last for several years, depending on the level of use and water quality. However, regular maintenance is necessary to ensure the longevity of the resin beads.

Can water softener plants be used for water with high TDS level?

Water softener plants are designed to remove specific ions such as calcium and magnesium, and not to remove dissolved solids. High TDS water may require additional treatment before being passed through a water softener. It is best to consult a water treatment expert to determine the best course of action for high TDS water.

Are there any alternative methods to soften water?

Yes, there are alternative methods to soften water, such as:

• Reverse osmosis (RO): Which uses a semi-permeable membrane to remove dissolved ions and molecules, including calcium and magnesium.
• Electrodeionization (EDI): Which uses an ion-exchange resin and an electrical current to remove ions and dissolved solids from water.
• Chelating agents: Which are chemicals that bind to and remove specific ions, such as calcium and magnesium, from water.
• Magnetic water treatment: Which uses a magnetic field to alter the crystal structure of hard water minerals, making them less likely to form scale on surfaces.
• Descaling: Which uses acidic solutions or high-pressure water jets to remove scale buildup from surfaces.

It is important to note that these alternative methods may not be as effective as water softeners for certain applications, and it's recommended to consult a water treatment expert to determine the best course of action for your specific needs.