|Features Flow Rate||0-1000 Lph|
|Equipments||frp Vessel, Auto Multiport Valve, Pressure Gauges, Feed Pump|
|Resin||Cation Exchange Resin (25ltrs.)|
|Softening Capacity||Max. Hardness Up to 750ppm|
|Operating Mode||Automatic (also Available in Manual System)|
What is Hard Water?
Hard water is a buildup of minerals in the water supply. The buildup of minerals can plug up the pipes and wreak havoc on any water based appliances in the home, such as washing machines, dishwashers, faucets and other fixtures. The best way to remove hardness from the water is with a water softener
What are the advantages of a water softener?
There are numerous reasons why a water softener should be considered a prime investment in your home. The first and most important reason is the removal of hardness from your water. Hard water clogs the plumbing and any water based application that relies on the plumbing. With a water softener, you will no longer need to worry about an increase in energy bills, or expensive repair cost. A water softener will also increase the lifespan of your clothing, and keep them looking like they were shri and new. Soft water will leave a clean feeling on your skin after a shower or bath.
How Much do Water Softeners Cost?
Water softeners can be Vary from Rs 10000 to 1000000. Depending upon the Hardness and Requirement of Quantity. When it comes to a water softening system spending more money does not always mean you are getting a better product. AQUA LIFE GUARD offers the highest quality water softeners, complete with warranties and satisfaction guaranteed for fractions of the cost that big name manufactures charge, with home systems starting at under Rs 10,000/-
Does a water softener actually save money on soaps and detergents?
Consumers can cut back on dish and laundry detergent use by 50 percent or more and lower washing machine temperatures from hot to cold just by using softened water, as shown by two new independent studies that were recently released. By using softened water in washing machines, they can reduce detergent use by 50 percent and save energy by washing in 60ºF cold water instead of 100ºF hot water, achieving the same or better stain removal and whiter clothes compared to results in hard water.
In areas having very hard water, consumers can cut detergent use in dishwashers and washing machines by more than 50 percent after softening, and get the same results.
The results show that softened water might not only save consumers money but could also be environmentally friendly, because they can reduce reliance on polluting fuels because of energy savings and help cut back on harmful detergents going into water streams.
The laundry study looked at stain removal, putting into the machines from half to the entire amount of manufacturers’ recommended levels. Water hardness ranged from none to 30 grains per gallon, and wash temperature was 60, 80 and 100ºF. It was found that soft water is better at removing stains than increased water temperature or more detergent being used. Notably, softened water with the least amount of detergent and lowest temperature actually provides a higher degree of whiteness compared to increased hardness and both high temperature and large amounts of detergent. This was found to be true for all stains and all the detergents tested.
“Better performance and savings can be achieved with softened water,” the report’s authors concluded.