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Drinking water contains magnesium, calcium, and other minerals. The harder the water, the more minerals it contains. Dissolved mineral ions arise from the solution and form branched mineral crystals with electrostatic charges. 

Here we discuss the importance of a hard water system:

Hard water deposits can be annoying and in some cases dangerous and even fatal. It is much more annoying when it interferes with the temperature gauge in the boiler, producing water that is hotter than the required utility bill and growing. 

Water Treatment Systems

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For more than 100 years, water softeners have been the solution to hard water. Unfortunately, water softeners contain a lot of salt. Plasticizers remove beneficial calcium and magnesium through an ion exchange process and replace them with sodium. 

The subsequent wash cycle results in a loss of more than 100 gallons of water along with healthy minerals and residual sodium. In houses with wells and sewage treatment plants, salt run-off can enter groundwater and then return to the well. 

Water softeners mean that new approaches to hard water conditioning and debris prevention need to be developed. Crystallization pattern (TAC) is a type of physical water treatment. 

It treats hard water without using chemicals, without having to dispose of large amounts of wastewater, without further pollution, and without high maintenance costs. You can even search online for more information about hard water treatment.