Softening of water is processed through the ion exchange and precipitation methods. This process rely on removing mainly two minerals i.e., calcium and magnesium with the flow of sodium. In this process, two separate tanks are associated with a pipe, these two separate tanks denote the brine tank and mineral tank. Mineral tanks consist of raw water containing minerals, whereas brine consists of the sodium chloride and both tanks are connected with a tube or pipe. As the process starts, surface of vessel contains the calcium and magnesium which is flushed through the flow of sodium (salt) which is perfect and powerful solution for the minerals.