Water Softener

Water Softener

TWA offers a Soft waters  system in the tank “cabinet” singular style and the style of the two-tank. To compare waters softeners style, considering the amount of space that you want the system to take, plus the capacity required waters hardness in your location.

A single tank system requires less space, since nests in the tank softener salt tank

How Single Tank Waters Softeners Work

A “Single Tank Water Softener”, is a system with 1 resin tank and 1 brine tank. The resin or mineral tank contains resin beads that remove the hard water minerals. The brine tank stores the salt.

“On-demand” single tank softeners count how many gallons you use. Once you reach capacity, they regenerate in the middle of the night. During regeneration, the system goes into bypass. No soft waters is available during this time.

If you hit the limit in the middle of the day, you’d run out of soft waters.

To avoid running out of soft waters, most systems are sized with 30% additional capacity. You still run the risk of running out of soft waters during very heavy waters use, but your odds are improved.

Another negative with single tank systems is that they use hard waters to clean themselves out during regeneration. High levels of hardness and iron can make this less effective. Imagine washing dishes in dirty waters – you get the point.

A single tank system requires less space, since nests in the tank softener salt tank.

TWA engineers come to test your waters, you can discuss the benefits of a single tank system.

Water Softener

A “Single Tank Soft waters ”, is a system with 1 resin tank and 1 brine tank. The resin or mineral tank contains resin beads that remove the hard waters minerals. The brine tank stores the salt.

“On-demand” single tank softeners count how many gallons you use. Once you reach capacity, they regenerate in the middle of the night. During regeneration, the system goes into bypass. No soft waters is available during this time.

If you hit the limit in the middle of the day, you’d run out of soft waters.

To avoid running out of soft waters, most systems are sized with 30% additional capacity. You still run the risk of running out of soft waters during very heavy waters use, but your odds are improved.

Another negative with single tank systems is that they use hard waters to clean themselves out during regeneration. High levels of hardness and iron can make this less effective. Imagine washing dishes in dirty waters – you get the point.

Water SoftenerDual tank systems also regenerate on-demand. But they have an immediate advantage.

When you hit capacity on 1 tank, the system immediately switches over to the 2nd tank.

No reserve capacity is required. No delayed regeneration in the middle of the night.

You maintain even, soft waters under all circumstances.

Twin Tank Soft waters also have the luxury of using soft waters for all cycles during regeneration. Again, think of washing dishes in soft, clean waters. Soft waters regeneration is much more effective.