How Do No Salt Water Softener Alternatives Work?

You may have heard of no salt water softener alternatives. In our previous blog post, 3 Common Myths About Whole-House Water Treatment, we talked about why no salt systems don’t soften water. However, these systems are common in areas that have banned the installation of conventional, salt-based softeners. They are great for conditioning water and reducing scale build-up, but how do they actually work? Let’s look at the Puronics® Goodspring™ CWS whole-house water treatment system to find out.

Goodspring CWS cutawayInside the Goodspring™ CWS, there are two types of filter media. The first one is ScaleMax™, a no salt, chemical-free scale inhibiting media. This advanced filter media uses nucleation assisted crystallization to convert hard water minerals into inactive microscopic crystals that will not adhere to any other surface, even hot water tanks. ScaleMax™ minimizes potential scale buildup while preserving the health benefits of calcium and magnesium.

What makes the Goodspring™ CWS different than other water softener alternatives is the second type of filter media, ChloroShield™ Clearess®. It is certified to reduce chlorine, chlorine taste and chlorine odor. It also reduces chloramine, which can have potential side effects for people and fish, and is corrosive to certain types of plumbing. This means you’ll have great-tasting drinking water throughout the home.

The Goodspring™ CWS requires No Salt, No Potassium, No Chemicals and No Electricity to produce high-quality water while reducing scale caused by hard water. The innovative up-flow valve self-backwashes, eliminating the need for special drainage plumbing, while the exclusive JetWhirl™ technology maximizes filter media performance and extends service life.

The Goodspring™ CWS offers consumers a simple solution for great-tasting, crystal clear water. Learn more about our no salt filtration systems or request a free consultation today to find the best solution for your water problems.

The Goodspring™ CWS is not a water softener and does not remove hardness from the water.

 

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  • Shawn rudolph
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    Would like a price

    • Puronics
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      Hi Shawn, please contact us at (844) 787-6642 for more information.

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