Water Softener in Chennai

Water Softener in Chennai

we offer water softener in chennai for home, office, hospital, schools, and industries at reasonable price.
The most powerful way to manage and improve water quality.

Our Water Softeners Chennai Customized large-capacity water softness controlled from anywhere in your home.
Water Sparks - we are the leading whole house water softener plant manufacturer in Chennai and Tamil nadu. Our various types of manual water softener plant, semi-automatic water softener plant, and fully automatic water softener plant in chennai.
With a WaterSparks Water Softeners Chennai System in your home, everything that involves water gets better – like showers, laundry, and of course, bubble baths.

Benefits of Water Softener for Home


Applications of Whole House Water Softener

  • Our water softener uses Reverse osmosis (RO) and Deionization (DI) pre-treatment system.
  • You can get all features of a Water Sparks home water softener at an affordable price
  • Softened water makes your home appliances more efficiently cleans and increases its lifespan
  • Seamless integration into your plumbing allows you to use softened and filtered water throughout your home.
  • Watersparks whole house water softener systems are third-party certified to perform as promised and are backed by one of the most comprehensive warranties in the industry.
  • Our water softener quickly removes hardness and gives clean water. The clean water makes you enjoy silky, shiny hair and cleaner, smoother skin.
  • It also gives fabric's Brighter, whiter, and softer wash.
  • Softened water - sparkling glassware, clean and shiny dishes, flatware, pots and pans.
  • Spends less time on soaps, detergents and Saves electricity of your water heater.


Hard water makes it harder to dry the soap off your skin. Also, makes skin dull and irritating.

Hard water causes scale deposits on metallic surfaces, bathroom sinks, tubs, faucets, and damages home appliances.



Due to hard water elements hair becomes frizzy, dull, dry and lifeless even after washing it with conditioners.

Hard water turns clothes, towels and fabrics rough and dry. It can also negatively affect their appearance.


Water Softener for Bathroom

Benefits of Using Water Softener for bathroom:)

Our Watersparks water softener can easily control and monitor the water softener in the home and provides a never-ending clean water supply of water for home. This is a fully automatic water softener system, it removes hardness from water tank system and supply crystal clean water in bathroom, garden, and kitchen throughout the pipelines.
We use the ion exchange resin process in our water softener plant. The ion exchange process removes hardness minerals in water by exchanging calcium and magnesium in water with sodium and potassium ions. And finally water softener plant deliver clear water for whole house system. Best of all, you can save money, water, and salt with the softener’s advanced technology that adapts to water conditions so that supply only regenerates when needed.

The Water Softener brings to you:)

Savings: Your system will automatically adjust to changes in water levels, which means use less regeneration and saves more money from your bank.

Peace-of-your-mind: The system will automatically alert you when service is required, so you do not have to monitor your dual tank water softener every day.

Simplicity: you can easy to read backlit displays detail the most important information you may need to know how many days of salt are remaining and which day you may need to refill.

All-in-one Simple solution: Enjoy the benefits of water softening and filtering water simultaneously with a single water treatment plant, and cost-effective product.

Frequently Asked Questions

Hard water is a water that contain high dissolved minerals such as calcium and magnesium, bicarbonates and sulfates. This dissolved minerals called "hard water".
Mainly, Dissolved minerals of Magnesium and calcium are positively charged ions. Hard minerals of magnesium and calcium are positively charged ions. Due to their presence, other positively charged ions will dissolve less easily in hard water than in water that does not contain calcium and magnesium. This is the cause of the fact that soap doesn't really dissolve in hard water.

In many industrial applications such as drinking water preparation, breweries, and sodas, but the hardness of the water is very important for cooling- and boiler feed water.

when water contains dissolved minerals of calcium and magnesium. it is called hard water. Hard water complicate soap and detergent dissolving in water. hard water scale deposits on faucet and bathroom sink, it can causes hair fall, skin rashes, changing color of fabrics. (if you have these problems you can use bathroom water softener filter but if you want to use home and general purpose use whole house water softener system). Water softening is a technique that helps to remove ions that harden water. Iron ions can also be removed during softening. The best way to soften home water is to use a water softener plant, and connect it directly to the water tank supply.

Water softening is an important process because the hardness of water in homes and establishments decreases during this process.
When the water is hard, it clogs the pipes and the soap dissolves easily in it. Water softening can prevent these negative effects.
Lime scale deposits in hard water domestic water systems pose a high risk. Due to this lime scale structure, the pipes are blocked and the efficiency of the hot water boilers and tanks decreases. This increases the cost of heating domestic water by about fifteen to twenty percent.
Another negative effect of lime is that it can be harmful to household appliances such as washing machines.
Water softening is the process of extending the life of a home appliance such as a washing machine and the life of pipes. It also contributes to the improved work and longevity of solar heating systems, air conditioning units and many water-based applications.

Water softeners are specifically designed to remove ions, which are positively charged. Softeners mainly remove high minerals of calcium (Ca2+) and magnesium (Mg2+) ions.
Softeners are sometimes even applied to remove irons. The water softening devices are able to remove up to five milligrams per litre (5 mg/L) of dissolved irons in the water.
Softeners can operate automatic, semi-automatic, or manual. Each types is rated on the amount of hardness it can remove before regeneration is necessar.
A water softener collects hardness minerals within its conditioning tank and from time to time flushes them away to drain.
Ion exchangers are often used to soften water. When an ion exchanger is used to soften water, it converts the calcium and magnesium ions in the water with other ions, for example sodium or potassium. Exchanger ions are added to the ion exchange reservoir as sodium and potassium salts (NaCl and KCl).

Mixing salts in water softener is generally not harmful, but there are type softeners designed for specific water softening products. When using alternative products, these emollients do not work properly. It is not recommended to mix evaporated salt with rock salt as this will clog the softening reservoir. It is recommended that you allow your unit to drain a type of salt to avoid any problems.

Salt is usually added to the reservoir during regeneration of the softener. As a softener is regenerated, salt should be added frequently. Water softeners are usually tested once a month. To guarantee a satisfactory production of soft water, the salt level should be at least half full at all times.

Before the salt can begin to work in water softening, a little settlement time is required within the reservoir as the salt dissolves slowly. When one begins to regenerate immediately after adding salt to the reservoir, the water softener will not function according to the standards. When water softening does not take place, it may indicate a softening failure or a problem with the use of salt.

Softened water still contains all the natural minerals we need. It only loses its calcium and magnesium contents, and some sodium is added during the softening process. That is why in most cases, softened water is completely safe to drink. It is best to have only sodium up to 300 mg / L in softened water. In areas with very high hardness, the softening process should not be used to make baby-milk, as it may contain too much sodium after the softening process has taken place.

The extraction of sodium through softened water depends on the hardness of the water. On average, drinking softened water results in less than 3% sodium intake. Estimates suggest that a person consumes two to three teaspoons of salt a day from a variety of sources. Assuming a daily intake of five grams of sodium and three quarts of water intake, the contribution of sodium (Na +) to water from the domestic water softening process is very low compared to the daily intake of many sodium.


Water Softener for Bathroom