Water Softener

Water Softener

“Is something wrong with my water?”

I filter presents THE ROCK a water softener will not only make your hair, skin, and clothes softer; it will protect your pipes, extend the life of your water –using appliances, get things cleaner and Save you Money, LOTS of Money. Chances are the water in your home is hard, too.

The filter Bed: This special filter bed filters all the inside water while softening it. The regeneration crystals can be either potassium or sodium chloride.

The Resin Tank: This is a lifetime tank. The inside tank is seam free, fiberglass free, liquid barrier. This inside tank is then then thermo-wound with fiberglass for strength. The outside is covered with stainless steel shelled for beauty and protection. This tank is built like a thermos bottle for a lifetime of trouble free service.

Automatic, Demand or computer Valve: the valve cleans the filter bed while you sleep only when it is needed. The demand valve or electronic computer valve is state of the art it tracks the water usage and the water quality to save both regeneration crystals and water.

The manual bypass valve: just turn the handle and you can bypass the plumbing for hard water uses and well as service

This space saving Giant: This is a big rugged filtration-softener that is designed for our extremely hard water, but it takes limited space. This versatile unit has a variety of sizes for both home and commercial applications, and is ideal for desert aired conditions.

Almost all of the water found in the U.S. is hard water. Hard water is water that is contaminated with dissolved minerals – like calcium, magnesium, sulfur, iron, lead and limestone – that can have a negative impact on you, your household and pocketbook. Depending on where you live, contaminants from sewage, industrial waste and agricultural run-off can also seep into your water supply.

Hard Water Map

Water can be considered a universal solvent. As it passes from liquid to vapor and back to liquid in its natural cycle, it has a tendency to dissolve everything it touches. In the air, water vapor can mix with sulfur from smokestacks, forming an acid which will eventually fall back to earth as rain, sleet, hail or snow. As water passes through the surface of the earth it dissolves minerals and other substances it may encounter, including PCBs, bacteria, fertilizers and insecticides. Even after reaching a home, water can continue to dissolve such things as lead from the solder in plumbing pipes.

Hard water produces scale.

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If there are stains or buildup on your sinks and bathtubs… if you have to use large amounts of soap to clean dishes or wash your hair… or if your water taste or smells odd, you probably have hard water. If left untreated, the minerals in hard water will cause yellow stains on plumbing fixtures and be deposited as scale, eventually clogging plumbing and shortening the life of appliances, like washing machines, water heaters, and dishwashers. Scale deposits not only cut down on the efficiency of these appliances, they cost you money, increasing both energy and maintenance bills.

Facts about Hard Water

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