Salt Free Water Softener

no-saltNo-Salt Conditioner®

Keep your water softener in San Marcos in top shape and running smoothly with the EasyWater No-Salt Conditioner. Hard water causes scale build-up in water handling equipment, which leads to costly repair or replacement, increased energy costs, and reduced water flow. The EasyWater No-Salt Conditioner eliminates hard water build-up without maintenance, salt or chemicals.

The traditional treatment for hard water is a salt-type water softener, which requires on-going maintenance such as heavy salt bags each month and water waste from their regeneration cycle.

Our innovative salt free water softener instead uses electronic scale control technology to not only reduce the hard water scale build-up throughout your home, but it will also remove existing scale from your piping and water-using appliances. Your water can have a more natural feel, and water-using appliances perform as expected — without adding any salt or chemicals to your water.

APPLICATIONS

Domestic Hot & Cold Water Treatment for Commercial Buildings:

  • Water Heaters
  • Ice Makers
  • Dish Machines
  • Laundry Equipment
  • Recirculation Pumps
  • Plumbing
  • Mixing Valves

Industrial Process Applications:

Industrial process applications where scaling is an issue

“Once Through” Applications:

  • Well/Pond/Lake water being used for water cooled condensing or geothermal heat pump
  • Well/pond/lake water used for any cooling application
  • Heating or pre-heating water using waste heat source
Contact Clear Water of San Marcos for more information on our salt free water softener in San Marcos today!
 

1 Comment

 
    1. Doug
      October 24, 2013

       

      At first i was skeptical because I didn’t know anyone who owned this type of water treatment devise ! But after the easy installation I noticed that there wasn’t any calcium sediment in my water or ice. That’s when I realized it was working beautifully ! Thanks so much ! Doug ,San Marcos,TX

       

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