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Rid your water of hardness manerals (calcium & magnesium) plus filter out bad tastes and odor caused by chlorine, chloramines or organic matter.
The unique two 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 to be replaced before softening
resin, the two tank system allows for easy cost effective replacement.
You get the same benefit as a separate water softener and a whole-house carbon filter for a much lower price as the single
control valve operates both systems.
Hard water passes through the media tank that contains resin beads coated with sodium ions. The calcium and magnesium ions
exchanged for sodium (or potassium) ions, thus softening the water. When the beads have trapped the hardness and need to be
regenerated, the Hi-Flow’s control valve charges them with the brine from the brine tank.
As regeneration occurs, calcium and magnesium (hardness) ions are freed from the beads, replaced with sodium or potassium ions;
and the system is ready to soften water again.
Capacity is one of the first things you should look for in a water softener. The average family uses 80 to 100 gallons of water
per person per day. That means a household of five requires 400 gallons of soften water daily. If your water has a hardness rating
of 30 grains per gallon (gpg), for example, you would need to remove 12,000 grains per day (400 gallons x 30 grains). With a
water softener that regenerates every 3 days, your minimum softener capacity would be 36,000 grains (12,000 grains x 3 days).