Why Soft Water?

Your Water, The Universal Solvent!

Water is considered the universal solvent. As it passes from a 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

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 tastes 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.

Reverse Osmosis

THE “R.O.” of the system is secret “R.O.” is Reverse Osmosis. This is the natural a process which sets the foundation of R.O. systems, it may sound technical, but osmosis is a natural, organic phenomenon, a process that occurs in nature on a continuous basis. Vegetation, like trees, plants and flowers attain their nutrients by using osmosis to draw water from the soil.

The pressure from a household tap forces water through a semipermeable membrane. This membrane separates the water at the molecular level. The membrane acts like a filter, assuring the Reverse Osmosis water has substantially reduced impurities and dissolved solids. This cleaner, more refined water is then stored in a holding tank, ready at your convenience.

Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System

  • Delicious, sparkling-clear drinking water
  • Convenience: Fresh, clean water at your faucet
  • Pristine, flavorful coffee, tea, and juice
  • Quality water for your aquarium
  • Cleanly rinsed fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Crystalline, harder and clearer ice cubes
  • Prolong the life of your humidifier or steam iron
    Spotless glassware when rinsed with R.O. water
  • Cost-effective: No more bottled water costs
  • Better tasting soups, sauces, and meals
  • Environmentally sound: No chemicals
  • Great for family pets

How the Avanced Water High-Flow System softens water

THE “R.O.” of the system is secret “R.O.” is Reverse Osmosis. This is the natural a process which sets the foundation of R.O. systems, it may sound technical, but osmosis is a natural, organic phenomenon, a process that occurs in nature on a continuous basis. Vegetation, like trees, plants and flowers attain their nutrients by using osmosis to draw water from the soil.

The pressure from a household tap forces water through a semipermeable membrane. This membrane separates the water at the molecular level. The membrane acts like a filter, assuring the Reverse Osmosis water has substantially reduced impurities and dissolved solids. This cleaner, more refined water is then stored in a holding tank, ready at your convenience.

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, and replaced with sodium or potassium ions; and the system is
ready to soften water again.

Computer Initiated Regeneration

Save water and up to 40% in salt usage by adding meter-controlled
regeneration to your unit.

Water…Your Way!

The ADVANCED WATER SYSTEM conditioning system also includes:

  • Up to six fully adjustable cycles tailoring your ADVANCED WATER SYSTEM to your home and families
    water use needs.
  • Flow rates to 27 gpm, ideal for nearly every size home and family.
  • Operating pressure to 125 psi and operating temperatures to 110 F ensure a rugged, reliable system.

Computer-initiated regeneration to reduce salt and water usage during system regeneration.

Demand Initiated Regeneration

  • Alternating twin mineral tanks
    24-Hour soft water
  • Meter (D.I.R.) initiates regeneration
    System flow rates to 28 GPM
  • Regenerates immediately when needed for continuous soft water
  • Salt and water savings by using 100% capacity of the tank in service, before switching to the second tank
  • Corrosion-free fiber-reinforced polymer valve body

Water Softeners 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, coffee makers, humidifiers, and household plumbing by as much as 30%.

Soft water makes a difference you can see and feel, all over the house

In the Bathrooms: Soap and shampoo will lather better. Hair and skin will feel noticeably cleaner,
softer, and not as dry. No soap scum or mineral deposits to clean off sinks, showers, tubs, or toilets.

In the Laundry

Clothes will be softer, cleaner, whiter, and brighter. Plus they will last longer. Using soft
water increases the life of clothing, towels and linens by up to 33%. Without hard water service issues, washing machines last longer too.

In the Kitchen

Dishes will clean more easily and be spot free, without the film glasses getting when etched with mineral-laden water.

Through the House

Water-using appliances will last longer and run better. Why? Because water heaters, washing machines, and dishwashers using hard water can wear out 30% faster.

Water softeners are beneficial because they reduce the amount of scaling and corrosion in pipes. They also reduce the amount of soap needed to wash clothes, dishes, and other surfaces.

The benefits of using a water softener are many. Not only do they reduce scaling and corrosion in pipes, but they also reduce the need for soap when washing clothes.

A water softener is a device that removes the hardness of water by using salt. This reduces the scaling and buildup on pipes and also makes the water more appropriate for use in homes.

Water softeners are not only helpful for households, but they are also used in many industries. For example, they can be used to soften the water in a commercial laundry facility or a car wash. They can also be used to soften the water at an ice rink or golf course.

The benefits of using a water softener are numerous. You can have cleaner, softer water that is better for your skin and hair. You will also be able to save money on your water bill because a water softener will use less salt and reduce the amount of chlorine in your water. If you live in an area with hard water, you may notice that it leaves behind soap scum and mineral deposits on your clothes or dishes.

Some people may think that they don’t need to use a water softener because they only have one person living in their home. However, if you have hard water, you are still more likely to experience some of these problems as well as other issues like dry skin or hair, red eyes after showering, difficulty removing soap from surfaces, or even having soap scum build up on dishes when doing the dishes.

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