|Port:||Changzhou or Shanghai|
|Supply Ability:||1200 Ton/Tons per Month|
|Place of Origin:||Jiangsu China|
|Grade Standard:||food grade,Industrial Grade|
|Purity:||> 99.8%,> 99.8%|
|Brand Name:||DE Salt|
|Product name:||Water Softener Salt|
|Chemcial Name:||Sodium Chloride|
|Application:||Water softener resin regeneration|
|Packaging Detail:||25kg/bag PE Package Bag 1.2 ton/wooden pallet 1.35 ton/slipsheet pallet|
Q:Can salt enter my drinking water?
A:No. Salt's sole purpose in your water softener is to regenerate the resin beads that actually take the hardness out of your water. This exchange does not make your water taste salty or significantly increase your sodium intake.
Q:How often should I add salt to my softener?
A:The more often you regenerate, the more often you'll need to add salt. A good general rule of thumb is to check your softener once a month. To maintain consistently soft water, keep your salt level at least half-full at all times, but do not overfill.
Q:Should I use pellets or solar salt?
A:Since solar salt contains slightly more water insoluable matter than (evaporated salt) pellets, consideration should be given to salt usage, softener cleanout frequency and softener design. If salt usage is light one could probably use the products interchangeably. If salt usage is heavy, insoluables will build up faster when using solar salt, and the need to more frequently clean the brine tank/reservoir will be increased. Brine tank cleanout can be a messy task.
Q:The salt in my softener has formed one large mass. What should I do?
A:This condition, known as "bridging" or "mushing" will require manual break up of the salt mass to facilitate brine flow. A handy person can probably accomplish this task, but alternatively, a service call may be arranged through a water conditioning dealer.