Hard water caused by the presence of calcium and magnesium is a common problem for many homeowners. When hardness minerals are combined with heat, they form troublesome scale build up in your home's internal plumbing, water heater, and other water-utilizing appliances. When combined with soap, the hardness minerals form soap scum, making your skin dry and itchy, your hair lifeless, laundry dull, and building up on the fixtures all around your home. Rid your water of hardness minerals and enjoy the benefits of clean and pure water all across your home.
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Rid your water of calcium and magnesium harness minerals, while you filter out bad taste and odor caused by chlorine, chloramines, or organic matter. The twin tank system keeps the two media beds separate, allowing for more carbon contact; which greatly improves the removal of chlorine, chloramines, and organics. Because the carbon typically needs replaced before the softening resin, the two tank system allows for easy and cost-effective replacement. You get the same benefit as a separate water softener and a whole home carbon filter for a much lower price tag; as the single control valve works to control both systems.
Often ground water supplies have multiple problems that are not only an issue from an asthetic standpoint, but also in terms of cost when pipes become clogged, fixtures stained, and laundry discolored. Combination units use mixed beds of a variety of medias to provide one solution for your water needs. Rid your water of hardness minerals (calcium and magnesium) and enjoy soft skin, silky hair, spot-free dishes, and brighter laundry; all while protecting your plumbing and water using appliances from scale build-up. Removing iron and manganese will keep your fixtures from getting stained, as well as removing the smell and taste from your water.
Incoming raw water passes through a compressed pocket of air contained in the first tank. The air precipitates the iron into a solid form and is then removed when it passes through the filter's media bed contained in the second tank. The media acts as a catalyst in the reaction between iron and oxygen that also causes the iron to precipitate into a solid. As more water passes through the unit, the air becomes depleted and the media becomes overloaded with the iron. Periodic automatic regeneration replenishes the supply of air and cleans the media of the filtered iron.