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How to use softened water tank


How to use softened water tank

softened water tank

The softened water tank is an important accessory in the softened water equipment, which is used to hold the ion exchange resin. Common tank materials are fiberglass, stainless steel, etc.


How to use softened water tank


Common softened water tanks include fiberglass softened water tanks, which are tanks made of composite materials, consisting of an inner liner layer and a winding outer layer. The maximum pressure can be 150psi, and the tank body has passed strict pressure test and fatigue test. With complete qualifications, it has passed multiple safety and environmental certifications such as NSF in the United States and CE in the European Union.


During the use of the softened water tank made of glass fiber reinforced plastic, attention should be paid to daily protection. In order to avoid the aging of the tank body accelerated by strong direct sunlight, an ultraviolet protective layer can be applied to the outside of the tank body. Antifreeze measures should be taken in winter to prevent the tank body from freezing and cracking due to the low temperature.


In the case of long-term non-use, the tank should also be cleaned to prevent the filter material from breeding bacteria in the tank and deteriorating, which will affect the quality of the effluent. When it is put into use again, you only need to prepare the same salt water as the normal work, first open the water inlet valve, then connect the power supply, let the device reset itself, and then manually regenerate once, then open the water outlet valve.