Water is a necessity. Soft water may not be. Depending on where you live and how you use water, the cost of processing your water may not be worth it.
What is San Antonio residential soft water? Depending on who you ask, it may mean different things. Simply put, “soft” water has been processed so that excess levels of dissolved minerals are removed. Specifically, it is “hard” water (containing calcium, magnesium, bicarbonates, and sulfates) that has been put through a water softener. A water softener, like a fabric softener, works on the principle of cation or ion exchange in which ions of the hardness minerals are exchanged for sodium or potassium ions, effectively reducing the concentration of hardness minerals to tolerable levels and thus making the water softer and gives it a smoother feeling.
Why is soft water desirable? The number one argument for soft water is the ability to get a rich soap lather. Soft water proponents will tell you how much money you’ll save by using less soap, detergents, and how nice and smooth your skin and hair will feel. For those of you who use the same amount regardless, you might find that it is preferable to the soap scummy shower mess and the build-up that can cause havoc to your pipes and the elements of your hot water heaters.
- Ion Exchange resins with high resistance to mechanical shock, longer life, high exchange capacity and low consumption of salt.
- The closely controlled resin bead size minimizes pressure loss.
- User-friendly, low maintenance and easy to install.
- Variety of cost effective standard models.
- Improved aesthetics & rugged design.
- Simpler distribution & collection systems.
- Easily up-gradable for higher output.
- Easy operation & maintenance.
- Quick availability
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