Alarm

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The Revere wireless low salt alarm is a convenient, simple and affordable way to ensure you will never be surprised by hard water again, ensuring protection of your skin, hair, clothes and appliances.  This product installs in minutes without the need to program or input any data, making it ready to use as soon as you take it out of the box.  The versatile design fits any 3.5- or 4-in. brine well.

Water Conditioners Conserve Salt & Water

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October 5, 2015

Watts Smart ‘N Soft high-efficiency water conditioners use a metered control valve and “smart brining” technique to conserve salt and water. Resin tanks employ the dual-chamber Vortech distribution system to conserve water by reducing backwash duration; the system also keeps media separated.

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Descaling Systems

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Scalewatcher commercial units fit pipe up to and including 8 in. The eco-friendly electronic water treatment products are made in the U.S. and help businesses and industries save water, energy, downtime and maintenance on all water-related equipment. The products offer a full five-year warranty and a one-year performance guarantee.

Water Conditioning System

The ScaleNet anti-scale water conditioning system eliminates hard water scale with virtually no homeowner maintenance, no salt additives and no electricity. The system prevents destructive scale build-up on pipe, valves and other plumbing system components using template-assisted crystallization technology, which attracts hardness minerals and converts them into harmless particles that float freely through the system.

Water Softeners

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W100T Twin Alternating Series water softeners are ideal for residential and light commercial applications ranging from 20,000 to 210,000 grains of hardness removal capacity at flow rates to 24 gpm. The softeners with W110 Series control valves combine reliability and ease of service. 

Quality Considerations

Let’s take a look at three unique softener applications and some of the potential system configurations for each one. The first step is to identify the operating parameters. Does the customer need high-quality, low-leakage soft water? In that case, you likely will want to use a low-salted primary system followed by a high-salted upflow regenerating polisher. Maybe the application has a requirement for continuous softened water.

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Examining three residential softener sizing & configuration options

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May 5, 2015
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All’s Well That Ends Well

A few years ago, a realtor in central Pennsylvania eagerly showed a three-bedroom, “move-in-ready” bi-level home to a young couple who quickly met the offer and moved in. It turned out to be a costly mistake.  

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Pennsylvania home receives water quality & energy efficiency overhaul

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May 5, 2015
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Descaling Systems

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Scalewatcher commercial units fit pipe up to and including 8 in. The eco-friendly electronic water treatment products are made in the U.S. and help businesses and industries save water, energy, downtime and maintenance to all water-related equipment. The products offer a full five-year warranty and a one-year performance guarantee.  

Pentair to Unveil New Technologies at WQA Aquatech USA 2015

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Pentair
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The company will present its Suite of Apps and Partner Center at WQA’s annual convention

Pentair Water Purification will debut new technologies at WQA Aquatech USA 2015, which will take place April 21 to 24 in Las Vegas. Show attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about Pentair’s Suite of Apps and the new Pentair Partner Center, as well as discover what is next in water treatment and filtration solutions at booth #701.

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March 31, 2015

WQA Seeks Volunteers for New Sustainability Working Group

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Water Quality Assn.
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Volunteers are needed to assist with expanding the scope of the S-803 product standard

The Water Quality Assn. (WQA) and the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) are preparing to expand the scope of product standard WQA/ASPE/ANSI S-803 (2014): Sustainable Drinking Water Treatment Systems to include water softeners and ion exchange resin (IER) media. As part of this effort, the organizations are seeking volunteers to assist with drafting the environmental criteria for these additional product types.

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March 13, 2015
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