Does your area where you live suffer from hard water, caused by either having well water or water from an aquifer? You can correct this by getting your house a water softening system. These devices remove calcium, magnesium and other minerals dissolved in water that cause it to be harsh and unpleasant. When you soften your water you make it more compatible with soap as well as extending the life of your plumbing and fixtures. PlumbersStock proudly carries both Nuvo H2O, as well as salt-free water softeners
The most common type of water softener is the Ion Exchange softener. It exchanges the hard water particles for either sodium chloride or potassium chloride. If you are on a sodium-limited diet then it is suggested that you use a potassium chloride system instead of the sodium chloride. The nuvo H20 water softener is salt-free as well.
Ion Exchange water softeners have two tanks
Here at PlumbersStock, we also have salt-free water softeners. These systems are extremely compact and do not require re-piping in order to get them into place. These systems are unique in that they use Citrus instead of Sodium! The process is called Chelation; it works by turning the hard water minerals soluble. It is thought that you should not drink water that has gone through a sodium softener, especially if you are on a low sodium diet. Well here is your answer; the nuvoH2O water softener is not harmful to your health. These systems may be expensive at first, but they are extremely cost efficient in the long run. These systems can save homeowners up to 80 percent in costs over those who use other softeners. It is suggested that you change the water softener cartridges within the nuvo H2O softener every 6 months depending on the size of your house and water usage.
Over time, the polystyrene beads become full of hard water particles and no longer have salt to exchange them for. When this happens the water going through the system is the normal hard water again. There are three main ways for ion exchange systems to regenerate the polystyrene beads, and clean them of hard water materials and refresh the salt in them. The best way to replenish the beads in your water softener is to flush them with the Brine Solution (salt water) contained in the brine tank. We offer the following tips:
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