Whole House System
High Tech Water Conditioner
SilverShield® HYgene® Monitor
The Puronics® Hydronex® iGen® whole-house water conditioner provides superior quality water by incorporating the most technologically advanced equipment available today. This cost-effective, hi-tech system utilizes a sophisticated digital control valve to monitor your water usage so you don’t have to. You will be alerted when it is time to change the filter media, ensuring you always have the highest quality water. The multi-layered filter media tank combines an outer cover of stainless steel with the durability and protection of two additional layers so your family will enjoy the highest quality water for years. For more information, please contact us. <manual>
Terminator IQ Series
Stainless Steel Water Conditioner
Series Water Conditioner features exclusive Puronics HYgene® Bacteriostatic
Filter Media. The IQ Series is the only
stainless steel Bacteriostatic water conditioner on the market
that has been certified to NSF/ANSI44 standards. Puronics
exclusive high capacity resin removes hardness and reduces
iron. EPA registered HYgene carbon inhibits bacteria growth
within the system, and provides conditioned fresh water throughout
your entire household! For more information, please contact
|Why do I need a
water treatment system?
indicate that 85 percent of American homes are supplied with
hard water, no matter if they rely on city water or a well.
Hard water costs you money, causes soap scum and scale, and
reduces the efficiency of water-using appliances. Learn more
about water hardness and how to correct it by calling you local
authorized Puronics dealership. For more information, please contact us.
|What Is Hard Water?
from the U.S. Geological Survey indicate that 85 percent of
American homes are supplied with hard water. Hard water contains
dissolved calcium and magnesium ions. Commonly referred to as
"hardness minerals," dissolved calcium and magnesium
can cause numerous problems when present in a water supply.
Whether it's from a well or a municipal water utility, water
usually contains these troublesome elements.
Water hardness is typically measured in "grains
per gallon," an indication of the quantity of dissolved
calcium and magnesium the water contains. In amounts as small
as one grain per gallon, water is classified as "hard"
to a certain degree. Most homes use water that is considerably
harder. To receive a complimentary water test for hardness,
please contact us.
|What are the symptoms
of hard water?
the most recognizable symptoms of hard water are soap scum in
the tub and shower, and hard water spots on faucets and fixtures.
According to an Ohio State University study, the average person
cleaning a home spends more than six hours a month cleaning
tap water spots, streaks and scum alone. Hardness minerals react
with soaps and detergents to form an insoluble, sticky residue
that's difficult to rinse from bathtubs, sinks, faucets and
fixtures. The same soap residue is often left on hair, skin
and clothing, too. Although not highly visible in these instances,
it can cause your skin to dry and itch, and clothing to fade
and wear prematurely.
Hard water causes other problems, as well.
Over time, scale formed from continuous contact with dissolved
minerals in water can collect inside plumbing and on the internal
parts of water-using appliances. Service calls from plumbers
and repairpersons may become necessary as water pressure drops
and mechanical parts stop working.
Hard water scale can also coat the inside
of a water heater and drastically reduce its heating efficiency.
Greater fuel consumption and higher utility bills result when
the appliance has to heat water through a layer of scale.
According to a study commissioned by the Water Quality Research
Council and conducted at New Mexico State University, water
heaters work 22-29 percent less efficiently with hard water,
driving up utility bills unnecessarily. For a complimentary
water analysis to test for hardness, please contact
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