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Water Softener

Water Softener

Our Water Softener systems has been designed to provide you with the most refreshing drinking water right at your fingertips. When you choose our Reverse Osmosis Water System, you're choosing a commitment to healthier living and peace of mind that your family is drinking the highest standard of water.

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- Free 1 Year Warranty

- Free Water Hardness Test

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Our water softener is a device designed to remove or reduce the minerals responsible for water hardness, primarily calcium and magnesium ions. It does this through a process called ion exchange. Here's how a water softener works and how it can address the problems associated with hard water:

Ion Exchange: The core of a water softener is a tank filled with resin beads that are charged with sodium ions. As hard water passes through this tank, the calcium and magnesium ions in the water are attracted to the resin beads because they carry a positive charge. These mineral ions are then exchanged for sodium ions on the resin beads, a process known as ion exchange.


Recharging: Over time, the resin beads become saturated with calcium and magnesium ions and can no longer effectively soften the water. To regenerate or recharge the resin beads, the water softener goes through a regeneration cycle. During this cycle, a brine solution (a highly concentrated saltwater solution) is drawn from a separate brine tank and flushed through the resin tank. The high concentration of sodium in the brine displaces the calcium and magnesium ions from the resin beads, and they are washed down the drain. This restores the resin beads to their sodium-charged state.


Rinse: After the regeneration cycle, the resin tank is rinsed to remove any remaining brine solution and ensure that only softened water flows into the household plumbing.


Ready for Use: Once the regeneration and rinse cycles are complete, the water softener is ready to continue softening the incoming hard water.

The result is water that is much lower in calcium and magnesium ions, which are responsible for water hardness. Softened water has several advantages, including reduced scale buildup in pipes and appliances, increased soap and detergent efficiency, and a reduced need for cleaning products.

It's important to note that while water softeners provide many benefits, they do add a small amount of sodium to the water. This is generally not a concern for most people but may be a consideration for those on sodium-restricted diets.



Softer Skin and Hair: With softened water, you'll experience smoother skin and hair that is less prone to dryness and irritation.

Better Lathering: Soap and shampoo will lather more effectively, leading to a more thorough cleanse.

Extended Appliance Life: Water softeners prevent mineral buildup in appliances and plumbing, increasing their efficiency and lifespan.

Brighter Laundry: Softened water helps clothes maintain their color and texture, reducing the need for excessive detergents.



Sodium Content: While sodium ions are used in the ion exchange process, the increase in sodium content is generally minimal and not a concern for most people. However, those on sodium-restricted diets should consult a doctor.



Resin Regeneration: Over time, the resin beads become saturated with calcium and magnesium ions and need to be regenerated. Additionally, the regeneration process requires the use of salt, which needs to be periodically replenished in the brine tank.


Water softeners can significantly improve the quality of your household water, enhance the effectiveness of cleaning products, and reduce the negative effects of hard water on your health and appliances. If you're experiencing issues related to hard water, considering a water softener installation could be a beneficial solution.

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