- Water outlet: mineral particles free of adhesive Components.
- View of the mineral particles, precipitated from the same hard water sample, after P.T.H. treatment.
- Note the separation into "individual" mineral and salt particles.
Due to the "separation" that takes place during conditioning, the minerals and salts do not adhere to the same degree and most of the adverse effects of hard water are eliminated.
Rain water combines with gases in the air and becomes slightly acidic
- Water inlet: adhesive components around mineral particles.
- View, via electronic microscope, of mineral particles, precipitated from a hard water sample.
- Note how the minerals and salts are bound ogether in a cohesive mass.
The slightly acidic water dissolves stone lime rock and forms soluble hardness