The process of removing carbon dioxide from water, using contact towers or air scrubbers. The elimination of carbon dioxide from water is an expression called “decarbonation” and it associates with the procedure for eroding and removing Carbon Dioxide (CO2) from water. The expression decarbonation is usually heard in industrial water treatment processes and in applications with high quality water purification. Carbon dioxide alongside other factors like oxygen and nitrogen are also eliminated all through the decarbonation procedure. The majority of gas air stripping such as decarbonation is contingent upon “Henry’s Law” but the eradication of carbon dioxide is an exception to this law due to the fact that when water incorporates carbon dioxide it creates carbonic acid that may ionize into hydrogen and bicarbonate ions.