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Re: School me on water softeners...

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Mike M

01-09-2013 07:45:55

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Mom has the Peck twin tank units. Always had problems until she went to these. It always keeps a tank soft ready to go and regenerates with soft water too. With the single units you can run out until it regenerates. I know she won't go back to the single tank ones.

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01-09-2013 09:11:52

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 Re: School me on water softeners... in reply to Mike M, 01-09-2013 07:45:55  
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pretty much all of the single tank systems sold now will be set to regenerate at around 2:AM of the morning following the time when they have used up 95% of their capacity. capacity in gallons is calculated from grains/ gal in your water and number of grains the unit can remove. The independent guys assemble their systems from off the shelf brine tanks, cylinders, and control valve-head assemblies. so even if they go out of business you can still get a new controller and replace one that stops working.

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Mike M

01-09-2013 11:43:13

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 Re: School me on water softeners... in reply to showcrop, 01-09-2013 09:11:52  
That didn't work for Mom. She could be up at any hour doing something !

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