How It works
Hard water is water with a high mineral content. Water becomes hard when it flows through mineral rich rock such as limestone. Minerals which dissolve into the water include calcium and magnesium. Water hardness increases with the concentrations of these minerals. When heated these minerals will solidify. Hard water will create scale build-up in pipes, on the heat elements of appliances and in boilers. This can increase the cost of domestic water heating by about 15-20%. Hard water also prevents soap from lathering. Soft water is kinder to hair and skin, fabrics are softer, last longer and whites stay white.
Test the hardness of your water in a laboratory to determine its hardness.
The hardness is programmed into your water softener ensuring your water is treated efficiently
Our water softeners are metered meaning it will only regenerate when it needs to, minimising salt and water wastage
Most water softeners are timed, meaning they will regenerate every few days, these systems generally use too much salt and waste too much water