The need for a Water Softener is to reduce the hardness of water which is the most common form of water treatment. Hard water is created when naturally soft rain water percolates through subterranean rock strata and dissolves many solids including, in particular, calcium and magnesium. There are many areas therefore where the water supply contains significant levels of these salts. It is called 'hard water' because of the hard deposits created when this type of water is use in many systems.
The other main problem caused by scale build up is the reduction in efficiency of all heat exchange systems due to the insulating effect of the deposit. This will increase the energy costs and, in addition, can create overheating on the surfaces of the heat source, thereby causing premature failure of the system.
The solution to these problems is a Water Softener.
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