Introduction to the workflow of the water softener system
The water softener system is divided into five processes: work (sometimes called water production, the same below), backwashing, salt absorption (regeneration), slow flushing (replacement), and fast flushing. All the processes of different softening water equipment are very close, but due to the difference of the actual process or the need of control, there may be some additional processes.
Backwashing: After working for a period of time, the equipment will intercept a lot of dirt brought by the raw water on the upper part of the resin. After these dirts are removed, the ion exchange resin can be completely exposed and the regeneration effect can be guaranteed. The backwash process is that water is washed in from the bottom of the resin and flows out from the top, so that the dirt intercepted by the top can be washed away.
Salt absorption (regeneration): The process of injecting brine into the resin tank. The traditional equipment uses a salt pump to inject the brine, and the fully automatic equipment uses a special built-in injector to inhale the brine. In the actual working process, the regeneration effect of brine flowing through the resin at a slower speed is better than that of simply soaking the resin with brine, so the softening water equipment is regenerated by the method of brine flowing through the resin at a slow speed, and the working time is affected by the amount of salt. Impact.