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The full chemical composition of the circulating and make-up water of the Mubarek Gas Processing Plant JSC “Uzbekneftigaz” has been investigated. Raw water sources are the Kui-Mazorsk reservoir and groundwater (artesian water).The amount of released impurities after their softening by passing through the layers of the KU-2-8 cation exchanger is determined. This method is simple, effective and energy-saving in water treatment, LLC "Mubarek" GPP.

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