R&S Water has invested in the best of *** SALT-FREE WATER CONDITIONER TECHNOLOGY***
Does not use electricity.
Special Upflow design.
Does not Regenerate like traditional Softening systems.
Never Add Salt or Chemicals!!
Helps to reduce the Harmful effects of Hard Water Scale.
The water maintains it's natural mineral content. Easily wipe off water spots and soap scum. Protect all of your water using appliances. Great for new tankless water heater applications. Never a cross connection to drains.
Featuring Template Assisted Crystallization:
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Water filters and systems: We can provide service and filter replacement on most major brands.
Reverse Osmosis Systems: We carry 4 and 5 stage reverse osmosis systems for the home or office. Do you require larger quantities of reverse osmosis water? Let our expert design a system for your needs. We have designed units from 100gpd to 10,000 gpd. We also design systems for special needs.
Clack WS1TC Backwashing Carbon Filter
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Clack WS1 Metered Water Softener
R&S Water Service has designed a water softener using only the top of the line valves and tanks by Clack Corporation. We also have upgraded our resin to a 10% crosslink to give you the most trouble free softening for years to come.
What does crosslinking mean? The higher the crosslinking, the more exchange sites there are on a resin bead. Resins must be processed properly to make the exchange sites functional. More exchange sites equal more capacity.
A resin with stronger bead integrity will be more resistant to chlorine in municipal applications. Some resins have exchange sites throughout the bead and others have sites on just the outer shell. Resin with just an outer sulfonated shell may not have the same bead integrity even with a 10 percent crosslink, the resin life is sacrificed. Resins sulfonated to the inner core will expand and contract evenly, preventing fracture of the bead.
In reality any 10 percent crosslink resin will perform better than a 7 percent or an 8 percent with functional exchange sites. The most commonly used resin is an 8 percent crosslink. This will hold up well in most applications and keeps the cost down. R&S Water Service uses 10% to give you a more reliable system.