The most efficient way to eliminate hard water
Softer skin and more manageable hair
Cleaner fixtures, stain-free sinks, tubs and showers
Extends the life of your dishwasher, washing machine and other water-using appliances
No more spotty dishes
Digital display with user friendly electronics
Customize settings to your family’s needs
Variable reserve automatically adjusts to your changing water usage
Full flow bypass valve provides the convenience of bypassing the water softener
Back-lit display makes it easy to read and alerts you of system malfunctions
Corrosion resistant control valve body and tanks for a longer life
All internal components are lead-free and BPA free
What is hard and soft water?
Hard water is water that is high in minerals like calcium, magnesium, and carbonate. It can happen with both city and well water, and takes a huge toll on your home, clogging up your appliances, creating spotty dishes, leaving your skin dry and your clothes dull and scratchy. But with a Hellenbrand single- or twin-tank home water softening system you can reduce the effect these minerals have on you and your home. Softeners remove unwanted contaminants before your water even travels through your pipes, into your water-using appliances, or before you switch on the taps of your bathrooms and kitchen. Giving you softened, mineral-free water to every room in your home. Contact us for a free estimate on a new water softener for your home or business!
I am connected to a city water source. Since they treat the water, does that mean that my water is already soft?
Most municipalities don’t soften water in a central location before providing it to your home. This unsoftened water can cause a buildup of minerals, also called “scale” and can harm the efficiency and lifetime of your water-using appliances and fixtures. Even if your municipality is using surface water, reservoirs, or lake water you may need a softener to help reduce the buildup of minerals in your home. Your local water pro will be able to test and verify if you’ll need a softener to reduce or remove extra minerals from your water supply.
What is the difference between softening water and filtering water?
Softening water involves something called “ion exchange” to remove dissolved minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron, and manganese—particles that can’t be trapped in a filter bed. To remove these particles, softening systems contain hundreds of resin beads charged with sodium. As water enters the tank, dissolved calcium and magnesium are attracted to the resin, forcing the resin to exchange its sodium for the dissolved chemicals, and freeing the water of impurities. Filtering water removes impurities using either physical barriers, chemical processes, or biological processes. Each method cleanses water to a varying degree to suit specific water uses like drinking water, irrigation, aquariums, ponds, and swimming pools. Your local Hellenbrand water pro can help determine the best solution for your specific water profile and application.
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