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Hot Lime-Soda Softening

A method of partially softening water by adding lime and soda ash to chemically precipitate the calcium, magnesium, iron, and silica at a water temperature of about 212 degrees Fahrenheit. This process also drives off carbon dioxide.

See Also: Lime Softening Hot-Lime Softening Hot Process Softening Hot-Lime Softening Lime (CaO) Lime Softening Burnt Lime (CaO) Ion Exchange Hydrated Lime Hot-Lime Softening Hot Process Softening Municipal Softening Rated Capacity Water Softening Soda Ash Rated Capacity Lime Softening Hot Process Softening Municipal Softening Soda Ash Lime Softening Detergent Municipal Softening Water Softening Soda Ash Sodium Carbonate Lime (CaO) Lime Softening Burnt Lime (CaO) Ion Exchange Hydrated Lime Hot-Lime Softening Hot Process Softening Municipal Softening Rated Capacity Water Softening Soda Ash Rated Capacity