Thursday, June 25, 2015

Help! I have very hard well water


Thank you for contacting us.  You wrote:  

“i have a 1 bathroom home, and live on a lake with a well and my water is very hard (35 grains per gallon) what is best system.  Will a no-salt water softener work for me?  We also have a trace amount of iron, about 0.3 PPM”
For water this hard, we recommend a 48K grain softener, not a salt-free water conditioner. We recommend a water softener, not a scale-stopper conditioner because the level of hardness of your water can be better handled by a water softener system. The 48k grain softener is the best treatment system for your water right now. 

Softener 5900 Series

Softener 5900 Series, 48K Size          
Includes 1 inch or 3/4 inch pipe connectors; by-pass valve; 1.5 cubic feet of high-grade softener resin; heavy-duty brine tank with salt-grid; and 165 Series NSF Certified digital metered-regeneration control valve.

Specifications and Features: High-grade softening resin for maximum performance. Filter tank is NSF certified: one piece seamless polyester construction for long life. Max pressure recommended is 100 psi.

More product details here.

Please let me know if you have any questions regarding this recommendation.  I am also available to discuss it further over the phone as well, our hours are 8 to 5, Pacific Time, Monday through Friday.  Thank you again for contacting us, and we look forward to helping you out.