Definitions for "Water Treatment"
The process of cleaning water.
Water treatment, also referred to as water conditioning, can consist of adding or removing chemicals to change the properties of water. In water softening, for example, sodium ions are substituted for metallic ions that cause "hardness" thus reducing the scale-forming tendencies of water. Water purification on the other hand, always consists of removing undesirable impurities.
A process of cleaning water to make it suitable for drinking.
Keywords:  hydrotherapy, see
See Hydrotherapy
Keywords:  additive, hardness, adjust
an additive used to adjust the hardness and ph of water.
Keywords:  conditioning, see
See Water Conditioning.