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water softening

Lab medicine The conversion of 'hard'–mineral-laden to soft water by ion exchange chromatography. Cf Water treatment.
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Among the companies that have rented the water softening systems are two California food processing firms: Los Gatos Tomato Products in Huron and Pacific Coast Producers in Lodi.
The Morton[R] System Saver[R] Water Softening is a viable and cost effective solution to eliminating hard water issues, and can be retrofitted into most homes.
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