Water Softening Systems


Water Softener Systems

Fresh Water Systems offers a variety of different water softening systems for different size homes and budgets. Our whole house water softener systems are easy to install and maintain, and can offer you savings by using less energy and prolonging the life of home appliances, such as your hot water heater. 
Salt-Free Water Conditioner SystemsMore About Water Softening Systems:
Water Softener Size Calculator

How Water Softeners Work

Learn About Hard Water Treatment


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Time ClockTime Clock
The calendar clock control valve will regenerate the water softener at a set fixed interval of days at 2:00am.
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Mechanical MeterMetered On Demand Mechanical Water Softener Systems
Mechanical demand initiated meters save both water and salt by regenerating the softener only when required as determined by the volume of water softened.
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Electronic MeterFleck SXT 5600 Electronic Water Softener
Electronic demand meters can be adjusted at the touch of a button. Regeneration cycles, type, or time of day are adjustable.
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How to Properly Size a Water Softener System for Your Home



If total hardness is expressed in mg/L or PPM, divide by 17.1 to convert to GPG. Use 60 gallons per person for normal usage per person, or 75 gallons per person for high usage. Days to regeneration ranges from 3 days to allow for reserve capacity between regenerations, or 7 days to limit regeneration to once a week.

System Recommendation
 Meter Style 24,000 Grains 32,000 Grains 48,000 Grains 64,000 Grains
 Time Clock  5600TC075  WSFTC100  WSFTC150  5600TC200
 Mechanical 5600MM075 5600MM100 5600MM150 5600MM200
 Electrical 5600EM075  5600EM100 5600EM150 5600EM200

Water Softening Systems Water Consumption for Regeneration

The volume of water used during the regeneration process of a water softener will vary depending on:
  • Amount and type of resin
  • Cycle time setting
  • Flow controllers
  • Salt settings
  • Tank diameter

Generally, water usage for regeneration is based on the cubic feet of resin per water softener from a low of 30 gallons of water per cubic foot, up to a normal of 75 gallons of water per cubic foot, to a maximum of 100 gallons of water per cubic foot.