FREE WATER ANALYSIS
WHY YOU NEED A WATER SOFTENER
Your Water, The Universal Solvent!
Water is considered the universal solvent. As it passes from liquid to vapor and back again, it tends to dissolve everything it touches – whether in the air as water vapor where it can mix with sulfur from smoke stacks forming acid or from the ground, absorbing calcium, magnesium, sulfur, iron, lead and
limestone – water can have a negative impact on you, your household and your pocketbook.
Depending on where you live, contaminants from sewage, industrial waste and agricultural run-off can also seep into your water supply.
Hard water produces scale.
Stains or buildup on your sinks and bathtubs, using large amounts of soap to clean dishes or wash your hair, or odd tasting or smelling water, are all results of 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.
Water Treatment Systems eliminate the effects of hard water. They “soften”
the water by removing the calcium and magnesium found there, extending the
useful life of water heaters, coffeemakers, humidifiers and household plumbing as well as many other appliances and fixtures that water passes through by as much as 30%.
Life Is Hard Enough, Don’t Settle For Water That Is Too!
THE PRO H2O SERIES
Capacity is one of the first things you should look for in a water treatment system. The average family uses 80 to 100 gallons of water per person per day. That means a household of five requires 400 gallons of softened water daily.
How the CWS1 Hi-Flow System Softens Water
Hard water passes through the media tank that contains resin beads coated with sodium ions. The calcium and magnesium ions are exchanged for sodium (or potassium) ions, thus softening the water. When the beads have trapped the hardness and need to be regenerated, the Hi-Flow’s control valve charges them with the brine from the brine tank.
As regeneration occurs, calcium and magnesium (hardness) ions are freed from the beads, replaced with sodium or potassium ions; and the system is ready to soften water again.
The CWS1 Hi-Flow System also includes:
- Up to six fully adjustable cycles
- Flow rates to 27 gpm
- Operating pressure to 125 psi
- Operating temperatures to 110 F
- Relay can signal modem or call device
- Meter (DIR) or time clock initiated regeneration
HOW WATER SOFTENERS WORK
Are you in an area with hard water? We can help!
Water hardness levels in Wichita and the surrounding areas have measured between 9 – 18 gpg, with the highest we’ve found to be 27 gpg.
We solve those problems too. Ask us how!
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