Hard water is a generic term used to refer to a water supply that has absorbed high quantities of minerals from the earth—primarily calcium and magnesium. There is no health concern with drinking hard water high in dissolved minerals such as calcium and magnesium. If fact, small amounts of these minerals are necessary for health. But at high levels the minerals can build up in pipes, plumbing fixtures, and appliances, gradually interfering with their function.
Hard water also reduces the ability of soap to lather, and the minerals can combine with the soap to form a sticky scum that clings. If you have problems with water spots on dishes, for example, it may indicate you have a hard water problem. This sticky scum can also be hard to rinse out of clothes or your hair. For example, mineral scale buildup in faucets or water heaters may shorten their lifespan. Some people report feeling itchy after bathing or showering in water that is very high in mineral content.
Lanlang ® TC008 B Is a premium grade gel type strong acid cation exchange resin produced by sulfonated styrene-divinylbenzene (DVB) copolymers in standard Gaussian size distribution. Its dark color makes it it convenient to be separated from anion resin in mixed bed. It has excellent chemical, physical and thermal stability, and high exchange capacity. TC008 B in sodium form is widely used for water softening to reduce total hardness. In hydrogen form, it also can be used for water demineralization.
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