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3m Aqua Pure Ap900 Series Whole House Sanitary Quick Change Filtration System

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Aqua Clear Water Pro Combination Water Softener Iron Sulfur Filter whole house

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Aqua Clear Water Pro Combination Water Softener Iron Sulfur Filter whole house

Aqua Clear Water Pro Combination Water Softener Iron Sulfur Filter whole house
Aqua Clear Water Pro Water Treatment System. Psalm 78:15 He split the rocks in the desert and gave them water as abundant as the seas. Water Softener & Iron/Sulfur/Manganese Filter Metered Fleck 5600 48,000 grain capacity system includes separate brine tank. Providing the quality water you deserve at a price you can afford! Water Pro Water Treatment System. Eliminates White Scale Buildup. Removes Chemicals, Tastes, & Odors. Removes Sulfur (rotten egg odor). Fleck 5600 Metered Control Head. 12″x48″ Structural USA Tank. Large Round Brine Tank. 48,000 Grain Capacity. Maximum Service Flow Rate of 12GPM. ³ Fine Mesh Resin. ½ ft³ Catalytic Carbon. Hard water, iron, sulfur, manganese, and a wide range of other tastes and odors with a single system! The Fleck 5600SXT digital head backwashes automatically, so you don’t have to. By eliminating hard water you extend the life of your homes plumbing and appliances! Hard water causes a white flaky build up (called scale) to form on appliances, faucets, and just about anything that it comes in regular contact with. By removing the hard water, this scale build up is stopped in it’s tracks, so you don’t have to worry about scrubbing it off any more. In addition, without the added wear and tear of scale buildup, your appliances and fixtures will last longer! The calcium and magnesium ions that comprise hard water attract soap molecules, leaving less soap to do the cleaning. With those ions gone, your soap and detergents can focus entirely on cleaning, meaning less soap will be required once the water has been softened. Iron is a common contaminate and is commonly seen as red or orange rust stains on toilets, sinks, and tubs. It can also cause stains in your clothes and even hair! Manganese is commonly seen as a black “slimy” stain or build up. Distinguished by a rotten egg odor in the water, this system uses Catalytic Carbon to remove sulfur odors in the water. The Catalytic Carbon used in this system is capable of removing a wide range of contaminates, including chlorine, chloramines, pesticides, herbicides, most tastes & odors, as well as MTBE’s and THM’s. Removes Heavy Metals & Resists Bacterial Growth. Specially refined KDF55 media helps remove trace amounts of soluble heavy metals in the water such as lead, mercury, copper, nickel, & chromium. It also prevents bacteria growth in the resin tank. This system uses a meter based regeneration process. This means that the water you use is measured and the system only regenerates when it needs to. If water needs increase the system regenerates more often to keep up. If less water is being used, the system regenerates less often to conserve water. This provides a system that is much more efficient and eco-friendly than common time based regeneration systems. Fleck 5600 Metered Control. The basic, low cost controller from Fleck that has been around for generations! Simplicity and function come together at an affordable price. The included stainless steel bypass valve allows for easy connection of the system and provides a quick and easy means to bypass the system and disconnect the system without needing to cut your plumbing. Design & color may vary from the one shown. The brine tanks stores the salt required for regeneration. The round brine tank included with this system is approximately 18″Dx40″H, can hold about 300 lbs. Of pelleted salt, and is larger than the standard square brine tank used on most systems. The included safety float prevents overfilling and the overflow drain acts as an additional backup to avoid water messes. This system is capable of treating a maximum flow rate 12GPM. Please Note: The flow rate indicated is the maximum peak flow rate for the resin alone and is not a sustainable rate. Service flow rates for maximum contaminate removal on the Catalytic Carbon media and KDF55 media are much lower. However, most major contaminates will be removed and bacterial growth inhibited at the indicated flow rate. We use a high quality fine mesh resin in our Water Pro systems. The fine mesh resin is specifically designed for iron removal and will provide better results and last longer than standard softening resin in the presence of iron. This system has a capacity of 48,000 (or 48k) grains, meaning it can remove 48,000 grains of compensated hardness. More information on capacity, grains of hardness, flow rates, and sizing can be found at right. Catalytic Carbon is a synthetic carbon specifically designed for removal of low levels of sulfur, lasting far longer than standard activated carbon. It is also capable of removing a wide range of other contaminates including most chemicals, tastes, & odors. KDF55 is a specially refined media that uses an oxidation/reduction process to filter out soluble heavy metals as well as preventing bacteria and algae growth in the media tank. We provide detailed installation instructions that allow most homeowners to install this system themselves. All it takes is some basic plumbing skills and some common knowledge! If you don’t feel confident installing it yourself most plumbers can install it in about 1-2 hours. These systems are designed for low levels of total iron, sulfur, manganese, & hardness levels If you have high levels of any contaminate or require high treatment flow rates we recommend a separate iron/sulfur/manganese filter followed by a standard water softener. What is a water softener? The fine mesh resin is able to remove iron and manganese by the same process. Eventually the media in the softener (called softening resin) has exchanged all of its sodium or potassium ions, at which point it will no longer be able to remove any more contaminates. This is why the system regenerates. During this process the system runs a brine solution (water and either sodium or potassium chloride) backwards through the softening resin. This concentrated solution forces the trapped ions off the resin and down the drain, replacing them with the sodium or potassium ions needed for softening. With the Fleck control heads, this process is automatic, and only as needed! What does the grain capacity mean? Water hardness is usually measured in grains per gallon (gpg). Some places use parts per million [ppm] or milligrams per liter [mg/L]. To convert your ppm or mg/L to gpg simply divide by 17.1 [Example – 200ppm or mg/L is equal to 200 / 17.1 = 11.7gpg] When using a system to remove iron or manganese you will need to calculate the compensated hardness. To calculate your compensated hardness use the following formula: Hardness (in gpg) + (iron x 4) + (manganese x 2) = compensated hardness. For example, if you have 10gpg hardness, 2ppm iron, & 1ppm manganese your compensated hardness would be 10 + (2×4) + (1×2) = 10 + 8 + 2 = 20gpg. The grain capacity of a system is how many grains of hardness your system can remove before it needs regenerated. A 32,000 grain or 32k water softener will remove 32,000 grains of compensated hardness. From that you can determine how many gallons of water you can go through between regenerations. If you have a 32k softener and your water is 20gpg hard, you can go through 32,000/20=1,600 gallons of water before your system is exhausted and needs regenerated. What size system do I need? There are 2 main factors in determining the size you need: water usage and water hardness. Here is a general guideline on sizing your system. 1-2 people, average water use and low hardness (under 15gpg). 5-7 people with average water use or high hardness (45-65gpg). Other Water Pro listings. Is the maximum amount of water, in gallons per minute (gpm) that a given system can effectively treat. Always size a system based on water usage first, a system undersized for your water usage may not always filter effectively and will wear out faster. Please calculate compensated hardness before comparing with suggested hardness levels shown. Are there systems that don’t use salt? Yes, we have a system that eliminates hard water problems without the use of salt, and there are systems that remove iron & manganese without the use of salt or chemicals, however, the Iron Pro system is the only system we carry that treats both. For salt free water conditioning, our. System utilizes a specialized media to provide the same benefits a standard softener offers without the use of salt. In addition, beneficial minerals are left in the water and existing scale is removed as well! For chemical free iron, sulfur, & manganese removal, we offer a number of. That do not require any chemical regenerates. Should I be concerned about the salt a water softener puts in my water? The amount of salt put into your water by a water softener is minimal. In fact, in most cases it is low enough that water ran through a softener is still considered “low-sodium” by the FDA. If you want to avoid adding additional sodium to the water all our water softeners can be used with potassium chloride instead of the traditional sodium chloride. If you want to safe drinking water, our drinking water. Can turn your ordinary household water into bottled quality drinking water. What are the differences in the Fleck models 5600, 5600SXT and 7000 control heads? Is your basic mechanical control valve. It does it’s job in the most cost effective way possible. It is a metered head so it measures how much water you go through and regenerates based water usage. Due to the mechanical limitations on the head it can only be set to 2100 gallons, at that point it has to regenerate, so some efficiency can be lost depending on the system size and your water hardness. This head is ideal if you are looking for the lowest cost option. Works similar to the standard 5600 but uses a digital interface instead of a mechanical one. This makes setup easier, and with the digital control it can be set to go through up to 9,999 gallons of water between regenerations. The 5600SXT can be more efficient that the 5600 because of this, especially in larger homes with lower hardness levels. The other advantage the 5600SXT has is adjustable regeneration cycles, while in most cases these settings won’t need to be adjusted, with the 5600SXT the option is there should you ever need it. Uses controls similar to the 5600SXT, so it is also in that it is a digital head with backlit LCD display, can be set up to 9,999 gallons, and has adjustable regeneration cycles. The 7000 control is designed as a high flow head, capable of flow rates up to 35gpm, as compared to the 20gpm of the 5600 & 5600SXT models, so it offers minimal flow reduction in larger homes. Finally, it is a modular design, simply remove the retaining screw and the head slides apart, making any required maintenance or cleaning a breeze! What kind of maintenance does this system require? The only regular maintenance a water softener requires is adding salt to the brine tank, and occasionally cleaning the brine tank. 0.8125″ or 1.05″ O. 3/4″ or 1″ NPTF. Flow Rates (50psi Inlet) – Valve Alone. 2-1/2 – 8 NPSM. Height From Top of Tank. 6″ – 12″ diameter. 8″ – 10″ diameter. Time clock – 5lbs. 180 minutes per cycle. 24v, 110v, 220v – 50Hz, 60Hz. 0.25 – 15gpm +/- 5%. Hydrostatic: 300psi Working: 20 – 125psi. 125 – 2,125. 34° – 110° F. Maximum flow rate shown is the maximum the valve is capable of, maximum service flow rates will vary depending on system type & size Standard setup is 60Hz, other setups may be available at an additional charge Specs shown are general specifications for the head and some specs may not be applicable, depending on system configuration. The item “Aqua Clear Water Pro Combination Water Softener Iron Sulfur Filter whole house” is in sale since Friday, October 10, 2014. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Home Improvement\Plumbing & Fixtures\Other Home Plumbing & Fixtures”. The seller is “factory_direct_savings” and is located in Pfeifer, Kansas. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica.
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  • Brand: Abundant Flow Water
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Aqua Clear Water Pro Combination Water Softener Iron Sulfur Filter whole house

Aqua Clear Water Pro Combination Water Softener Iron Sulfur Filter whole house

Posted on July 10, 2018 Tag by  , , , , , , , , , Category in  aqua
Aqua Clear Water Pro Combination Water Softener Iron Sulfur Filter whole house

Aqua Clear Water Pro Combination Water Softener Iron Sulfur Filter whole house
Aqua Clear Water Pro Water Treatment System. Psalm 78:15 He split the rocks in the desert and gave them water as abundant as the seas. Water Softener & Iron/Sulfur/Manganese Filter Metered Fleck 5600 48,000 grain capacity system includes separate brine tank. Providing the quality water you deserve at a price you can afford! Water Pro Water Treatment System. Eliminates White Scale Buildup. Removes Chemicals, Tastes, & Odors. Removes Sulfur (rotten egg odor). Fleck 5600 Metered Control Head. 12″x48″ Structural USA Tank. Large Round Brine Tank. 48,000 Grain Capacity. Maximum Service Flow Rate of 12GPM. We are here to assist you and customize all of your specific needs. ³ Fine Mesh Resin. ½ ft³ Catalytic Carbon. Hard water, iron, sulfur, manganese, and a wide range of other tastes and odors with a single system! The Fleck 5600SXT digital head backwashes automatically, so you don’t have to. By eliminating hard water you extend the life of your homes plumbing and appliances! Hard water causes a white flaky build up (called scale) to form on appliances, faucets, and just about anything that it comes in regular contact with. By removing the hard water, this scale build up is stopped in it’s tracks, so you don’t have to worry about scrubbing it off any more. In addition, without the added wear and tear of scale buildup, your appliances and fixtures will last longer! The calcium and magnesium ions that comprise hard water attract soap molecules, leaving less soap to do the cleaning. With those ions gone, your soap and detergents can focus entirely on cleaning, meaning less soap will be required once the water has been softened. Iron is a common contaminate and is commonly seen as red or orange rust stains on toilets, sinks, and tubs. It can also cause stains in your clothes and even hair! Manganese is commonly seen as a black “slimy” stain or build up. Distinguished by a rotten egg odor in the water, this system uses Catalytic Carbon to remove sulfur odors in the water. The Catalytic Carbon used in this system is capable of removing a wide range of contaminates, including chlorine, chloramines, pesticides, herbicides, most tastes & odors, as well as MTBE’s and THM’s. Removes Heavy Metals & Resists Bacterial Growth. Specially refined KDF55 media helps remove trace amounts of soluble heavy metals in the water such as lead, mercury, copper, nickel, & chromium. It also prevents bacteria growth in the resin tank. This system uses a meter based regeneration process. This means that the water you use is measured and the system only regenerates when it needs to. If water needs increase the system regenerates more often to keep up. If less water is being used, the system regenerates less often to conserve water. This provides a system that is much more efficient and eco-friendly than common time based regeneration systems. Fleck 5600 Metered Control. The basic, low cost controller from Fleck that has been around for generations! Simplicity and function come together at an affordable price. The included stainless steel bypass valve allows for easy connection of the system and provides a quick and easy means to bypass the system and disconnect the system without needing to cut your plumbing. Design & color may vary from the one shown. The brine tanks stores the salt required for regeneration. The round brine tank included with this system is approximately 18″Dx40″H, can hold about 300 lbs. Of pelleted salt, and is larger than the standard square brine tank used on most systems. The included safety float prevents overfilling and the overflow drain acts as an additional backup to avoid water messes. This system is capable of treating a maximum flow rate 12GPM. Please Note: The flow rate indicated is the maximum peak flow rate for the resin alone and is not a sustainable rate. Service flow rates for maximum contaminate removal on the Catalytic Carbon media and KDF55 media are much lower. However, most major contaminates will be removed and bacterial growth inhibited at the indicated flow rate. We use a high quality fine mesh resin in our Water Pro systems. The fine mesh resin is specifically designed for iron removal and will provide better results and last longer than standard softening resin in the presence of iron. This system has a capacity of 48,000 (or 48k) grains, meaning it can remove 48,000 grains of compensated hardness. More information on capacity, grains of hardness, flow rates, and sizing can be found at right. Catalytic Carbon is a synthetic carbon specifically designed for removal of low levels of sulfur, lasting far longer than standard activated carbon. It is also capable of removing a wide range of other contaminates including most chemicals, tastes, & odors. KDF55 is a specially refined media that uses an oxidation/reduction process to filter out soluble heavy metals as well as preventing bacteria and algae growth in the media tank. We provide detailed installation instructions that allow most homeowners to install this system themselves. All it takes is some basic plumbing skills and some common knowledge! If you don’t feel confident installing it yourself most plumbers can install it in about 1-2 hours. These systems are designed for low levels of total iron, sulfur, manganese, & hardness levels If you have high levels of any contaminate or require high treatment flow rates we recommend a separate iron/sulfur/manganese filter followed by a standard water softener. What is a water softener? The fine mesh resin is able to remove iron and manganese by the same process. Eventually the media in the softener (called softening resin) has exchanged all of its sodium or potassium ions, at which point it will no longer be able to remove any more contaminates. This is why the system regenerates. During this process the system runs a brine solution (water and either sodium or potassium chloride) backwards through the softening resin. This concentrated solution forces the trapped ions off the resin and down the drain, replacing them with the sodium or potassium ions needed for softening. With the Fleck control heads, this process is automatic, and only as needed! What does the grain capacity mean? Water hardness is usually measured in grains per gallon (gpg). Some places use parts per million [ppm] or milligrams per liter [mg/L]. To convert your ppm or mg/L to gpg simply divide by 17.1 [Example – 200ppm or mg/L is equal to 200 / 17.1 = 11.7gpg] When using a system to remove iron or manganese you will need to calculate the compensated hardness. To calculate your compensated hardness use the following formula: Hardness (in gpg) + (iron x 4) + (manganese x 2) = compensated hardness. For example, if you have 10gpg hardness, 2ppm iron, & 1ppm manganese your compensated hardness would be 10 + (2×4) + (1×2) = 10 + 8 + 2 = 20gpg. The grain capacity of a system is how many grains of hardness your system can remove before it needs regenerated. A 32,000 grain or 32k water softener will remove 32,000 grains of compensated hardness. From that you can determine how many gallons of water you can go through between regenerations. If you have a 32k softener and your water is 20gpg hard, you can go through 32,000/20=1,600 gallons of water before your system is exhausted and needs regenerated. What size system do I need? There are 2 main factors in determining the size you need: water usage and water hardness. Here is a general guideline on sizing your system. 1-2 people, average water use and low hardness (under 15gpg). 5-7 people with average water use or high hardness (45-65gpg). Is the maximum amount of water, in gallons per minute (gpm) that a given system can effectively treat. Always size a system based on water usage first, a system undersized for your water usage may not always filter effectively and will wear out faster. Please calculate compensated hardness before comparing with suggested hardness levels shown. Are there systems that don’t use salt? Yes, we have a system that eliminates hard water problems without the use of salt, and there are systems that remove iron & manganese without the use of salt or chemicals, however, the Iron Pro system is the only system we carry that treats both. For salt free water conditioning, our Scale Sentry system utilizes a specialized media to provide the same benefits a standard softener offers without the use of salt. In addition, beneficial minerals are left in the water and existing scale is removed as well! For chemical free iron, sulfur, & manganese removal, we offer a number of iron filters that do not require any chemical regenerates. Should I be concerned about the salt a water softener puts in my water? The amount of salt put into your water by a water softener is minimal. In fact, in most cases it is low enough that water ran through a softener is still considered “low-sodium” by the FDA. If you want to avoid adding additional sodium to the water all our water softeners can be used with potassium chloride instead of the traditional sodium chloride. If you want to safe drinking water, our drinking water RO systems can turn your ordinary household water into bottled quality drinking water. What are the differences in the Fleck models 5600, 5600SXT heads? Is your basic mechanical control valve. It does it’s job in the most cost effective way possible. It is a metered head so it measures how much water you go through and regenerates based water usage. Due to the mechanical limitations on the head it can only be set to 2100 gallons, at that point it has to regenerate, so some efficiency can be lost depending on the system size and your water hardness. This head is ideal if you are looking for the lowest cost option. Works similar to the standard 5600 but uses a digital interface instead of a mechanical one. This makes setup easier, and with the digital control it can be set to go through up to 9,999 gallons of water between regenerations. The 5600SXT can be more efficient that the 5600 because of this, especially in larger homes with lower hardness levels. The other advantage the 5600SXT has is adjustable regeneration cycles, while in most cases these settings won’t need to be adjusted, with the 5600SXT the option is there should you ever need it. What kind of maintenance does this system require? The only regular maintenance a water softener requires is adding salt to the brine tank, and occasionally cleaning the brine tank. 0.8125″ or 1.05″ O. 3/4″ or 1″ NPTF. Flow Rates (50psi Inlet) – Valve Alone. 2-1/2 – 8 NPSM. Height From Top of Tank. 6″ – 12″ diameter. 8″ – 10″ diameter. Time clock – 5lbs. 180 minutes per cycle. 24v, 110v, 220v – 50Hz, 60Hz. 0.25 – 15gpm +/- 5%. Hydrostatic: 300psi Working: 20 – 125psi. 125 – 2,125. 34° – 110° F. Maximum flow rate shown is the maximum the valve is capable of, maximum service flow rates will vary depending on system type & size Standard setup is 60Hz, other setups may be available at an additional charge Specs shown are general specifications for the head and some specs may not be applicable, depending on system configuration. HI, AK and other provinces are additional and an invoice will be sent for the additional amount due. The item “Aqua Clear Water Pro Combination Water Softener Iron Sulfur Filter whole house” is in sale since Monday, August 10, 2009. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Home Improvement\Plumbing & Fixtures\Other Home Plumbing & Fixtures”. The seller is “cleandrink” and is located in Pfeifer, Kansas. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica.
  • Country of Manufacture: United States
  • Brand: AFW Filters
  • MPN: Does Not Apply

Aqua Clear Water Pro Combination Water Softener Iron Sulfur Filter whole house

Aqua Pure Ap903 Whole House Water Filter

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Aqua Pure Whole House Filter

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3m Aqua Pure Ap903 Whole House Water Filter

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