Inline house water softeners

Inline house water softeners from Total Water Concepts

By: Total Water Concepts  07-Jan-2011
Keywords: Safe, Water Filters, Carbon Filters

Automatic or Semi-Automatic, the choice is yours.
There are two basic models - automatic and semi automatic. Each is available in two sizes - depending on flow rate required and water hardness in the area of installation. As the names imply, automatic models regenerate automatically - you don't need to do anything other than to top up salt from time to time. Semi-automatic models do require some input - the simple turning of a mechanical time for regeneration to initiate. From thereon all functions operate automatically.

Semi-automatic models require manual input to initiate regeneration. This is achieved by turning a mechanical timer device (similar to a tap timer) to the required setting. Regeneration will then commence and will be completed automatically as the timer counts down through the cycles of regeneration. Semi-automatic models do not need an external power supply.

Automatic models are microprocessor controlled. A “turbine” counts down the volume of water that has been treated. The microprocessor calculates a reserve volume to ensure that sufficient supplies of soft water are always available and automatically regenerates the softener when required. Automatic models require a 240 volts power supply to operate the 24 volts safety transformer that supplies power to the microprocessor.

Keywords: Carbon Filters, Drinking, Purification, Safe, Water Filters, Water Softeners

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