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Salty, Saline or Hard Water?

It Doesn't Matter

Salty or Saline water

Salty or Saline water is a general term for water that contains a significant concentration of dissolved salts.

If water has a concentration of 10,000 ppm of dissolved salts, then one percent (10,000 divided by 1,000,000) of the weight of the water comes from dissolved salts.

Our parameters for saline water are as follows: Fresh water Less than 1,000 ppm

Slightly saline water From 1,000 ppm to 3,000 ppm

Moderately saline water From 3,000 ppm to 10,000 ppm

Highly saline water From 10,000 ppm to 35,000 ppm

Hard Water

Hard Water is basically water with a high mineral content mainly Calcium and Magnesium.

It may also have other dissolved compounds such as Bicarbonate and Sulfates.

As water moves through soil and rocks it dissolves very small amounts of minerals and holds them in solution.

The degree of hardness increases as the calcium and Magnesium increases. The simplest way to determine the hardness of water is the lather/froth test: Soap or Toothpaste will lather easily when agitated in soft water than in hard water.

Hardness can cause water to form scales and a resistance to soap



Our technologies are compatible with a wide range of water sources including:

Surface Water
- Rainwater
- Rivers and Streams
- Dams and Lakes
- Swamps
Underground Water
- Rainwater
- Rivers and Streams
- Dams and Lakes
- Swamps
Saline / Salty Water
- Beach Residences
- Beachside Premises
- Maritime Vessels
- Agribusiness Concerns

Municipal Water
- Chlorinated water
- Tank-Stored Water
Municipal Water
- Chlorinated water
- Tank-Stored Water



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