Hardness/Staining

Hardness & Staining

Hardness is a function of the dissolved calcium and magnesium in the water.
Dissolved silica is often
mistaken for hardness staining.
Dissolved silica is often mistaken for hardness staining but can be differentiated by some simple testing. Water conditioners do not remove silica.
Hardness is a function of the dissolved
calcium and magnesium in the water.
Hardness is a function of the dissolved calcium and magnesium in the water and it is commonly expressed in milligrams/liter and grains/gallon. Hardness is typically treated with ion exchange (conventional water softening). Alternate anti-scalant systems can be used to reconfigure hardness and reduce precipitation in pipes and on fixtures, but they do not remove the hardness from the water.
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