Ultimate Hardness Removal of Our Water Softening Systems
Water softening systems remove hard minerals like calcium and magnesium from water, preventing pipe scale buildup and improving soap efficiency. They use a process called ion exchange, where hard water is passed over resin beads that swap hard minerals for sodium or potassium ions. Regular maintenance, such as recharging the resin beads with a salt solution, is required. These systems can prolong the lifespan of appliances, enhance cleaning tasks, and promote better skin and hair health by reducing hard water's drying effects.
CUSTOM ALL-IN-ONE SOLUTION
After Years of dealing with hard water deposits on countertops and a few damaged plumbing fixtures I decided to have a water softener installed in my home. Waterlux tested our water and found a creative way to install the softener in our garage. The next morning my wife and daughters noticed a major difference in the water while showering. The team at Waterlux was knowledgeable and professional and the installation looked amazing. I would strongly recommended working with them.
Parkland, Broward County
Indications of Hard Water
About Whole Home Reverse Osmosis System
Hardness Removal Process
The process of removing hardness involves using soft ions of sodium or potassium to eliminate calcium and magnesium scale, which contribute to hard water, as well as the iron and manganese ions that cause staining.
The resin within your water softener, built to last for many years, allows the softening unit to be straightforward and low-maintenance. Waterlux's water softeners are designed with a self-cleaning feature and merely need the occasional replenishment of pellet salt in the brine tank.
WATER SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
To eliminate the hard water ions, such as calcium and magnesium scale, and the staining ions like iron and manganese, soft ions of sodium or potassium are utilized.