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Water Softeners: Fact vs. Fiction
What does Softened Water really mean?
WQA* defines soft water as any water which has been processed in some manner (like a Conditioner) BUT must be able to reduce the total hardness to 1 grain per gallon or less, expressed as calcium carbonate equivalent. The water softener system also needs to be certified S100 by the WQA in order to be a softener. If you are buying a softener, make sure it is WQA-certified S100 or similar standard.
In other words, unless a Water Conditioner actually reduces the total hardness to 1 grain per gallon or less, it cannot be called a Water Softener.
So Conditioned Water can be Soft Water, but not ALL Conditioners are able to Soften Water.
Consumers are advised to be certain that they understand exactly what benefits are claimed before they purchase any water conditioner device.
Only a Water Softener or a Reverse Osmosis/Water Purifier System can get your water below 1 grain of hardness. Only these two products actually soften hard water. Period.
Water Softeners (Automatic or Portable Exchange)
Reverse Osmosis / Water Purifier
P.S. Our satisfied commercial customers include : Motorola, Rogers Corporation, FHP, Saba’s, Arizona Central College, Arizona State Prison, Matta’s, Landmark Restaurant, Coffee Plantation, Shea Homes, Pulte Homes, and many more. – Contact Us For More Information