Water Softeners

The Purpose of a Water Softener

The Water Softener is an important part of your water treatment system. The main purpose of a Water Softener is to remove the iron and hardness minerals from your water. As the water flows through the water softener, iron particles attach themselves to the cation resin beads inside of the softener tank. Once your tank filters a certain amount of water, the softener will clean itself by rinsing the tank with salt brine to oxidize the iron particles. This process is called ion exchange, once the softener is cleaned, the backwash water is flushed to an outside sewer line, drywell, or septic system (depending on the setup of your home).  Water Softeners are sized depending on water quality and water usage.

*Water Softeners can also be used to treat radium.

Fleck 5600 Metered 32k sxt (digital) Water Softener

  • Tank Size: 10" X 48"
  • 1 Cubic Foot of Cation Mineral
  • Mineral used: Cation Resin Beads
  • Treats: Iron and Hardness

*Digitally programmed head calculates water through a Meter and backwash based on total water used and help save on salt usage

Fleck 2510 Metered 64k sxt (digital) Water Softener

  • Tank size: 12" x 48"
  • 2 Cubic Feet of Resin Mineral 
  • Mineral used: Cation Resin
  • Treats: Iron and Hardness

Fleck 9100 sxt (digital) Water Softener

  • Twin Tank Alternating Water Softener
  • Available in 32k, 64k, 80k and 120k capacity
  • Tanks Sizes: Range from 10" to 24" in diameter
  • 24 Hours of Treated water for high usage areas
  • Cubic Feet used ranges based on size of tank installed
  • Treats: High iron and hardness

*Great for treating water at homes with irrigation systems or homes that have a lot of water usage.

Fleck 9500 sxt (digital) Commercial Water Softener

  • Twin Tank Alternating Water Softener
  • Tanks Sizes: Range from 10" to 24" in diameter
  • 24 Hours of treated water for high usage areas
  • Treats: High iron and hardness
  • Commercial System using a 1-1/2" inlet/outlet control valve

*Great for high water usage to combine home and irrigation systems. 

*Commercial Brine tanks sold to work in accordance with the larger tanks

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