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Residential system treats and conditions water without using salt
Wednesday, March 7, at WQA Aquatech 2012, RainSoft introduced a new residential water treatment system. The system will offer consumers the water treatment benefits of a reverse osmosis system combined with the hardness removal of a water conditioner, without requiring salt.
“The water treatment industry hasn’t seen a major advancement like this in years,” said Andrew Palframan, vice president of RainSoft. “Imagine offering customers the enjoyment of great-tasting, bottle-quality water throughout their entire home. Our new water treatment system is one-of-a-kind in the industry.”
Featuring Pentair CrossCharge technology, this hybrid DI water conditioning system offers consumers the filtering benefits of a reverse osmosis system and presents “green” advantages for eco-minded consumers. Since it treats water without salt, there is no chloride discharge, and it produces 90% less wastewater than conventional reverse osmosis systems.
“For states like California where tougher environmental restrictions are expected, this revolutionary technology will prove to be hugely advantageous,” Palframan said. “We’ve always prided ourselves on providing our dealer family with purely better business solutions. Bringing them new sales opportunities with new technology like this system is the epitome of that commitment.”
Display models of the new water treatment system are being featured in RainSoft’s booth at the WQA Aquatech USA 2012 tradeshow. The product will be available for sale later this year.