Water Softeners Chennai

Water Softeners Chennai


Our Water Softeners Chennai Customized large-capacity water softness controlled from anywhere in your home.
With a WaterSparks Water Softeners Chennai System in your home, everything that involves water gets better – like showers, laundry, and of course, bubble baths.

Water Softener Features


Applications of Water Softeners

  • Reverse osmosis (RO) and deionization (DI) pre-treatment.
  • Get all of the features of a WaterSparks home water softener in an affordable design.
  • Makes appliances more efficient and last longer.
  • Seamless integration into your plumbing allows you to use softened and filtered water throughout your home.
  • WaterSparks water softener systems are third-party certified to perform as promised and are backed by one of the most comprehensive warranties in the industry.
  • Enjoy silky, shiny hair and cleaner, smoother skin.
  • Brighter, whiter and softer wash.
  • Sparkling glassware, clean and shiny dishes, flatware, pots and pans.
  • Spend less on soaps, detergents, lotions, electricity and gas for your water heater.


Hard water makes it difficult to rinse away soap of your skin leaving it dry and potentially irritated.

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



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

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


Hard Water Solutions / Water Softener

Benefits of Water Softener :

The WaterSparks Water Softener Chennai provides a never-ending supply of water for your home. You can control and monitor the softener from anywhere in your home by utilizing the remote display option. The water softener is programmed to notify a WaterSparks Water Expert as soon as the unit needs servicing, creating the ultimate hassle-free experience. Best of all, you can save money, water and salt with the softener’s advanced technology that adapts to water conditions so that your supply only regenerates when needed.

This stylish and fully automatic softener cleanses every drop of water and making it free of hardness causing calcium and magenisum.

The Water Softener brings you:

Savings: Your system will automatically adjust to changes in water conditions, and this means less regeneration and more of your money in the bank.

Peace-of-mind: The system will automatically alert when it needs servicing so that you don’t have to monitor your dual tank water softener every day.

Simplicity: The easy-to-read backlit displays details the most important information you may need to know: how many days of salt are remaining and when you may need to refill.

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

Frequently Asked Questions

When water is referred to as 'hard' this simply means, that it contains more minerals than ordinary water. These are especially the minerals calcium and magnesium. The degree of hardness of the water increases, when more calcium and magnesium dissolves.
Magnesium and calcium are positively charged ions. Because of 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 the drinking water preparation, in breweries and in sodas, but also for cooling- and boiler feed water the hardness of the water is very important.

When water contains a significant amount of calcium and magnesium, it is called hard water. Hard water is known to clog pipes and to complicate soap and detergent dissolving in water. Water softening is a technique that serves the removal of the ions that cause the water to be hard, in most cases calcium and magnesium ions. Iron ions may also be removed during softening. The best way to soften water is to use a water softener unit and connect it directly to the water supply.

Water softening is an important process, because the hardness of water in households and companies is reduced during this process.
When water is hard, it can clog pipes and soap will dissolve in it less easily. Water softening can prevent these negative effects.
Hard water causes a higher risk of lime scale deposits in household water systems. Due to this lime scale build-up, pipes are blocked and the efficiency of hot boilers and tanks is reduced. This increases the cost of domestic water heating by about fifteen to twenty percent.
Another negative effect of lime scale is that it has damaging effects on household machinery, such as laundry machines.
Water softening means expanding the life span of household machine, such as laundry machines, and the life span of pipelines. It also contributes to the improved working, and longer lifespan of solar heating systems, air conditioning units and many other water-based applications.

Water softeners are specific ion exchangers that are designed to remove ions, which are positively charged. Softeners mainly remove calcium (Ca2+) and magnesium (Mg2+) ions. Calcium and magnesium are often referred to as 'hardness minerals'.
Softeners are sometimes even applied to remove iron. The softening devices are able to remove up to five milligrams per litre (5 mg/L) of dissolved iron.
Softeners can operate automatic, semi-automatic, or manual. Each type is rated on the amount of hardness it can remove before regeneration is necessary.
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 for water softening. When an ion exchanger is applied for water softening, it will replace the calcium and magnesium ions in the water with other ions, for instance sodium or potassium. The exchanger ions are added to the ion exchanger reservoir as sodium and potassium salts (NaCl and KCl).

Rock salt as a mineral occurs naturally in the ground. It is obtained from underground salt deposits by traditional mining methods. It contains between ninety-eight and ninety-nine percent sodium chloride. It has a water insolubility level of about 0.5-1.5%, being mainly calcium sulphate. Its most important component is calcium sulphate.
Solar salt as a natural product is obtained mainly through evaporation of seawater. It contains 85% sodium chloride. It has a water insolubility level of less than 0.03%. It is usually sold in crystal form. Sometimes it is also sold in pellets
Evaporated salt is obtained through mining underground salt deposits of dissolving salt. The moisture is then evaporated, using energy from natural gas or coal. Evaporated salt contains between 99.6 and 99.99% sodium chloride.

It is generally not harmful to mix salts in a water softener, but there are types of softeners that are designed for specific water softening products. When using alternative products, these softeners will not function well. Mixing evaporated salt with rock salt is not recommended, as this could clog the softening reservoir. It is recommended that you allow your unit to go empty of one type of salt before adding another to avoid the occurrence of any problems.

Salt is usually added to the reservoir during regeneration of the softener. The more often a softener is regenerated, the more often salt needs to be added. Usually water softeners are checked once a month. To guarantee a satisfactory production of soft water, the salt level should be kept at least half-full at all times.

Before salt starts working in a water softener it needs a little residence time within the reservoir, since the salt is dissolving slowly. When one immediately starts regeneration after adding salt to the reservoir, the water softener may not work according to standards. When the water softening does not take place it could also indicate softener malfunction, or a problem with the salt that is applied.

Softened water still contains all the natural minerals that we need. It is only deprived off its calcium and magnesium contents, and some sodium is added during the softening process. That is why in most cases, softened water is perfectly safe to drink. It is advisable that softened water contains only up to 300mg/L of sodium. In areas with very high hardness the softened water must not be used for the preparation of baby-milk, due to the high sodium contant after the softening process has been carried out.

The sodium uptake through softened water depends on the hardness of the water. Averagely, less than 3% sodium uptake comes from drinking softened water. Estimates say that a person consumes about two to three teaspoons of salt a day, from various sources. Assuming a daily intake of five grams of sodium through food and the consumption of three quarts of water, the contribution of sodium (Na+) in the water from the home water softening process, is minimal compared to the total daily intake of many sodium-rich foods.


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